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The Life of Johnson, Volume 3 of 6

By: Birkbeck Hill

...THE LIFE OF JOHNSON by BIRKBECK HILL Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org VOLUME... ...UME 3 OF 6 Title: THE LIFE OF JOHNSON, VOLUME 3 OF 6 Author: BIRKBECK HILL Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Publ... ...Title: The Life Of Johnson, Volume 3 of 6 Author: Boswell, ed. Birkbeck Hill Release Date: October, 2005 [EBook #9180] [Posted: September 11,... ...son came to London.] [Footnote 3: 'Owen MacSwinny, a buffoon; formerly director of the play-house.' Horace Walpole, _Letters_, i. 118. Walpole re... ... of him as one of 'the Jesuits of the Treasury' (_Ib._ p. 110), and 'the director or agent of all the King's secret counsels. His appearance was ab... ...hip,) are better than most people's _Certainties_[1]. [Footnote 1: Sir Walter Scott, in a note to _Redgauntlet_, Letter 1, says:--'Sir John Nisbe... ...th a face of flippant assurance, 'Are these words your own?' BOSWELL. Sir Walter Scott shows where the humour of this motto chiefly lay. 'The counse... ...ous passion of the mind, The softest refuge innocence can find; The safe director of unguided youth, Fraught with kind wishes, and secured by truth...

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Walter Hill

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...Walter Hill may refer to: Walter Hill (garden curator) (1820–1904), Scottish-born Australian botanist... ...Walter Hill may refer to: Walter Hill (garden curator) (1820–1904), Scottish-born Australian botanist, found... ...ian botanist, founder of Brisbane Botanic Gardens Walter Barnard Hill (1851–1905), American lawyer, Chancellor of the Univers... ...ounder of Brisbane Botanic Gardens Walter Barnard Hill (1851–1905), American lawyer, Chancellor of the University of Georgia ... ...Chancellor of the University of Georgia 1889–1905 Walter Hill (footballer) (before 1891–after 1899), English footballer ... ...lor of the University of Georgia 1889–1905 Walter Hill (footballer) (before 1891–after 1899), English footballer ... ...), American Medal of Honor recipient Walter Hill (director) (born 1942), American film director Se...

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The Life of Johnson, Volume 3 of 6

By: Birkbeck Hill

...THE LIFE OF JOHNSON by BIRKBECK HILL Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org VOLUME... ...UME 3 OF 6 Title: THE LIFE OF JOHNSON, VOLUME 3 OF 6 Author: BIRKBECK HILL Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Publ... ...Title: The Life Of Johnson, Volume 3 of 6 Author: Boswell, ed. Birkbeck Hill Release Date: October, 2005 [EBook #9180] [Posted: September 11,... ...son came to London.] [Footnote 3: 'Owen MacSwinny, a buffoon; formerly director of the play-house.' Horace Walpole, Letters, i. 118. Walpole reco... ...ks of him as one of 'the Jesuits of the Treasury' (Ib. p. 110), and 'the director or agent of all the King's secret counsels. His appearance was ab... ...dship,) are better than most people's Certainties[1]. [Footnote 1: Sir Walter Scott, in a note to Redgauntlet, Letter 1, says:--'Sir John Nisbett... ...th a face of flippant assurance, 'Are these words your own?' BOSWELL. Sir Walter Scott shows where the humour of this motto chiefly lay. 'The counse... ...ous passion of the mind, The softest refuge innocence can find; The safe director of unguided youth, Fraught with kind wishes, and secured by truth...

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Herbert Hill (labor director)

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...Herbert Hill (January 24, 1924 – August 15, 2004) was the labor director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People... ...rred their reputations, before and after the Jim Crow era. Biography Hill earned a B.A. from New York University in 1945 and attended the New... ...r the distinguished political theorist, Hannah Arendt . During the 1940s, Hill was a member of the Socialist Workers Party . Hill (although white) w... ...f the Socialist Workers Party . Hill (although white) was appointed Labor Director of the NAACP in 1951 where he worked until 1977 when he departed... ...actice of nepotism in many unions whereby relatives of members were hired. Hill criticized labour relations practises in numerous industries including... ...ader Al Shanker and Nelson Lichtenstein, an academic and biographer of Walter Reuther . Hill was especially sharp against Lichtenstein's support f... ...prominent NAACP officials, Phelps states, including Thurgood Marshall, Walter White, and Roy Wilkins are known to have cooperated with the FBI i...

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The War Romance of the Salvation Army

By: Evangeline Booth; Grace Livingston Hill

...nce of the Salvation Army Author: Evangeline Booth and Grace Livingston Hill Release Date: April, 2005 [EBook #7811] [Posted: May 19, 2003] ... ...mander-in-Chief, The Salvation Army in America and Grace Livingston Hill Author of "The Enchanted Barn"; "The Best Man"; "Lo Michael"; "The... ...stablished worth and national fame in the person of Mrs. Grace Livingston Hill came to my assistance; and having for many days had the privilege of ... ...omparatively clean. [Illustration: Lieutenant-Colonel William S. Barker Director of War Work in France] [Illustration: "Introduced to French Ra... ...ion, American Expeditionary Forces, July 26, 1918. _Memorandum._ To Directors, Y.M.C.A., Red Cross, Salvation Army Services, 1st Division. 1... ...pril 22, 1919. The following cable received, Colonel William S. Barker, Director of the Salvation Army, Paris: My dear Colonel Barker--I wish to e... ...e that the campaign will be very successful. Cordially yours, (Signed) WALTER B. EDGE, Mr. George Gordon Battle, Governor. General Chairman, 3... ...as. Damon, Col. Alexander M., Parker, Col. Edward J., Jenkins, Lt.-Col. Walter F., Stanyon, Lt.-Col. Thomas, Welte, Brigadier Charles WEST Es...

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Walter Pauk

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... Walter Pauk, Cornell University's reading and study center director,[1] is author of the best-selling How To Study In Co... ...sociation.[3] Select bibliography Pauk, Walter (1962). How to study in college. Boston: Houghton Miff... ... How to study in college. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.  Pauk, Walter (1974). Six-Way Paragraphs - 100 Passages for Developi... ...vidence, RI: Jamestown Publishers, Inc. ISBN .  Pauk, Walter; Josephine M. Wilson (c. 1976). Readings in English. L... ...uk, Walter; Josephine M. Wilson (c. 1976). Readings in English. London; New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN .  Pauk, Walter...

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The Lady of the Lake

By: Sir Walter Scott

...THE LADY OF THE LAKE by WALTER SCOTT 2 *This eBook has certain copyright impl... ...tenberg, www.gutenberg.net. 3 The Lady of the Lake By Sir Walter Scott Preface When I first saw Mr. Osgood's beauti... ...d linn, And silence settled, wide and still, On the lone wood and mighty hill. 10 IV. Less loud the sounds of sylvan war Disturbed t... ...et broader floods extending still 17 Divide them from their parent hill, Till each, retiring, claims to be An islet in an inland sea. X... ...eplied, That Highland halls were open still To wildered wanderers of the hill. 'Nor think you unexpected come To yon lone isle, our desert home; ... ...ke of Albany, Duncan Earl of Lennox, his father-in-law, and his two sons, Walter and Alexander Stuart, were executed at Stirling, in 1425. They wer... ...r legal rights. INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold the Project, its directors, officers, members and agents harmless from all liability, cost ...

...im; and our fathers used to draw breath thick if ever they heard him named. He was out wi' the Hielandmen in Montrose's time; and again he was in the hills wi' Glencairn in the saxteen hundred and fifty-twa; and sae when King Charles the Second came in, wha was in sic favour as the Laird of Redgauntlet? He was knighted at Lonon court, wi' the King's ain sword; and being a ...

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Benny Hill

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... Alfred Hawthorne Hill, better known by his stage name Benny Hill (21 January 1924 – 20 April 1992) was an English comedian and a... ...an and actor, notable for his long-running television programme The Benny Hill Show . Early life Alfred Hawthorne Hill was born in Eastleigh . ... ...arly life Alfred Hawthorne Hill was born in Eastleigh . After leaving school, Hill worked at Woolworth 's, as a milkman, a bridge operator, a driv... ...s such as Burt Reynolds, Michael Caine, John Mortimer, Mickey Rooney and Walter Cronkite, among others, expressed their appreciation of and admi... ...y 19 June 2011. Retrieved 22 June 2011. In a 2011 interview British actor and director Mark Noyce stated that Benny Hill was his all-time favourite...

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Chronicles of the Canongate

By: Sir Walter Scott

...a Center Bringing the world's eBook Collection Together http://www.Gutenberg.us Walter Scott: Chronicles of the Canongate ========================... ... beg leave to subscribe myself his obliged humble servant, WALTER SCOTT. Abbotsford, _October_ 1, 1827. -----... ...sir, Your obedient servant, Walter Scott. _Edinburgh, Monday_. ------ The ... ... give 36 Scotland, the Land of Cakes. He would give every river, every loch, every hill, from Tweed to Johnnie Groat's house--every lass in her cotta... ... was my general view of the matter. Of particular places, I recollected that Garval-hill was a famous piece of rough upland pasture, for rearing young... ...he merit---scenes of silent loneliness, where extensive moors, undulating into wild hills, were only disturbed by the whistle of the plover, or the cr... ...iety, be termed princes. It was about the middle of the eighteenth century, and the directors in Leadenhall Street were silently laying the foundation... ...nce, requires some short explanation. Our story took place at a period, when the Directors of the East India Company, with that hardy and perseveri... ...ngerous mutinies on the passage. To remedy the first of these evils, the Court of Directors sent down to the island several of their medical servant...

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Walter Ratliff

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...lgrims on the Silk Road: A Muslim-Christian Encounter in Khiva. He was also the producer/director of the documentary Through the Desert Goes Our Journ... ...imes, Washington Post, USA Today and Yahoo News. Prior to joining AP, he covered Capitol Hill for Christianity Today, produced a documentary on Muslim... ...t Georgetown University. External links Walter Ratliff at the Internet Movie Database ...

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Ivanhoe

By: Sir Walter Scott

...ed in ancient times a large forest, covering the greater part of the beautiful hills and valleys which lie between Sheffield and the pleasant town of ... ...been dedicated to the rites of Druidical superstition; for, on the summit of a hillock, so regular as to seem artificial, there still remained part of... ... and lay, some prostrate near their former site, and others on the side of the hill. One large stone only had found its way to the bottom, and in sto... ... which they expected from the approaching scene, than any reluctance to be its directors or agents. The Jew then looked at the glowing furnace, over ...

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Walter Walsh

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...h Walter Walsh, aged 101, attends the Federal Bureau of Investigation's 100th... ... Walter Walsh Medal record ... ...Center-Fire Pistol Individual Colonel Walter Rudolph Walsh (May 4, 1907 – April 29, 2014) was an FBI agent, USMC ... ... Walsh was born in West Hoboken, New Jersey, which merged with Union Hill to become Union City in 1925.[1] He joined the Civilian Military Train... ...joining the FBI, he had been presented with two marksmanship trophies from director J. Edgar Hoover.[5] In 1939, at Camp Ritchie, he set the world rec... ... Walsh was born in West Hoboken, New Jersey, which merged with Union Hill to become Union City in 1925.[1] He joined the Civilian Military Train... ...joining the FBI, he had been presented with two marksmanship trophies from director J. Edgar Hoover.[5] In 1939, at Camp Ritchie, he set the world rec...

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Ivanhoe

By: Sir Walter Scott

...nter Bringing the world's eBook Collection Together http://www.Gutenberg.us Walter Scott: Ivanhoe =============================== a machine-re... ...xtended in ancient times a large forest, covering the greater part of the beautiful hills and valleys which lie between Sheffield and the pleasant tow... ...have been dedicated to the rites of Druidical superstition; for, on the summit of a hillock, so regular as to seem artificial, there still remained pa... ...nity, and lay, some prostrate near their former site, and others on the side of the hill. One large stone only had found its way to the bottom, and i... ...asure which they expected from the approaching scene, than any reluctance to be its directors or agents. The Jew then looked at the glowing furnace, ...

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Walter Goodman

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...n Walter Goodman B... ... Born Walter Goodman (1838-05-11)11 May 1838 London, Englan... ...e Keeleys on Stage and at Home (1895) Walter Goodman (11 May 1838 – 20 August 1912) was an English painter, ... ...s moved from its premises at the Worshipful Company of Skinners on Dowgate Hill, to the old law courts at The Guildhall[37] and Goodman submitted Idle... ...e Cotswolds to paint two landscapes of the valley below from the brow of a hill at Cowcombe Woods overlooking the village. He stayed in Chalford for a... ...gs at numerous central London addresses. Around 1888 he moved from Notting Hill, London, to Brighton, where he opened a studio on the premises of The ... ...nsington, London,[72] a necessity no doubt due to his appointment as press director of the International Horticultural Exhibition at Earls Court, Lond... ...nsington, London,[72] a necessity no doubt due to his appointment as press director of the International Horticultural Exhibition at Earls Court, Lond...

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Ivanhoe

By: Sir Walter Scott

... Scott A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Po... ... or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott, the Pennsylvania State University, Electronic Classics Series... ...e Pennsylvania State University is an equal opportunity university. 3 Sir Walter Scott Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott CHAPTER I Thus communed these; whi... ...n ancient times a large forest, covering the greater part of the beautiful hills and val- leys which lie between Sheffield and the pleasant town of Do... ...edicated to the rites of Druidical su- perstition; for, on the summit of a hillock, so regular as to seem artificial, there still remained part of a c... ... lay, some prostrate near their former site, and others on the side of the hill. One large stone only had found its way to the bottom, and in stopping... ...ch they expected from the approaching scene, than any reluctance to be its directors or agents. The Jew then looked at the glowing furnace, over which...

...strict of merry England which is watered by the river Don, there extended in ancient times a large forest, covering the greater part of the beautiful hills and valleys which lie between Sheffield and the pleasant town of Doncaster. The remains of this extensive wood are still to be seen at the noble seats of Wentworth, of Warncliffe Park, and around Rotherham. Here haunted...

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John Cromwell (director)

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... Occupation Actor, director, producer Years&nbs... ...– September 26, 1979), known as John Cromwell, was an American film actor, director and producer. Contents ... ...omwell was signed to a Paramount Pictures contract as an actor and student director. Career Film and television... ...and television He made his motion picture debut playing Walter Babbing in the George Bancroft, in which he also played the part of ... ... the title role; Sinclair Lewis's Ann Vickers (1933) starring Irene Dunne, Walter Huston, Conrad Nagel, Bruce Cabot, and Edna May Oliver; and Somerset... ...an (1936), which was directed by Guthrie McClintic; and as Freddy Eynsford Hill in Cedric Hardwicke's revival of Pygmalion (1945) starring Gertrude La... ... Yes Walter Babbing Close Harmony...

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The War Romance of the Salvation Army

By: Evangeline Booth; Grace Livingston Hill

...nce of the Salvation Army Author: Evangeline Booth and Grace Livingston Hill Release Date: April, 2005 [EBook #7811] [Posted: May 19, 2003] ... ...mander-in-Chief, The Salvation Army in America and Grace Livingston Hill Author of "The Enchanted Barn"; "The Best Man"; "Lo Michael"; "The... ...stablished worth and national fame in the person of Mrs. Grace Livingston Hill came to my assistance; and having for many days had the privilege of ... ...omparatively clean. [Illustration: Lieutenant-Colonel William S. Barker Director of War Work in France] [Illustration: "Introduced to French Ra... ...ion, American Expeditionary Forces, July 26, 1918. _Memorandum._ To Directors, Y.M.C.A., Red Cross, Salvation Army Services, 1st Division. 1... ...pril 22, 1919. The following cable received, Colonel William S. Barker, Director of the Salvation Army, Paris: My dear Colonel Barker--I wish to e... ...e that the campaign will be very successful. Cordially yours, (Signed) WALTER B. EDGE, Mr. George Gordon Battle, Governor. General Chairman, 3... ...as. Damon, Col. Alexander M., Parker, Col. Edward J., Jenkins, Lt.-Col. Walter F., Stanyon, Lt.-Col. Thomas, Welte, Brigadier Charles WEST Es...

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Walter Heitler

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...of the hydrogen molecule. Their valence bond treatment of this problem, Walter Heitler and Fritz London Wechselwirkung neutraler Atome und homöopo... ...ation under his wing. The younger generation of Jewish physicists included Walter Heitler, Lothar Nordheim, Fritz London, and Edward Teller . See G... ...y developed the Bethe-Heitler formula for Bremsstrahlung . Hans Bethe and Walter Heitler On the Stopping of Fast Particles and on the Creation of Po... ...itute for Advanced Studies, which was arranged there by Erwin Schrödinger, Director of the School for Theoretical Physics. – Irish University Scienc... ...Chemistry in 1956, as well as in German in 1961. Schrödinger resigned as Director of the School for Theoretical Physics in 1946, but stayed at Dubli... ...heoretical Physics in 1946, but stayed at Dublin, whereupon Heitler became Director. Heitler stayed at Dublin until 1949, when he accepted a position... ...79-2 Jammer, Max The Conceptual Development of Quantum Mechanics (McGraw-Hill, 1966) Moore, Walter Schrödinger: Life and Thought (Cambridge, 1992)...

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The Talisman

By: Sir Walter Scott

...t A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The Talisman by Sir Walter Scott is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Po... ...or the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. The Talisman by Sir Walter Scott, the Pennsylvania State University, Electronic Classics Series... ...e Pennsylvania State University is an equal opportunity university. 3 Sir Walter Scott The T alisman by Sir Walter Scott Introduction to the T alisma... ...rode together for some time in silence, the Saracen performing the part of director and guide of the journey, which he did by observing minute marks a... ...now turning to the eastward, and had reached the range of steep and barren hills which binds in that quarter the naked plain, and varies the surface o... ...casm often outran his policy and discretion; “swearest thou by that on the hill of Zion, which was built by King Solomon, or by that symbolical, emble... ... paused for a few minutes, threw from him his helmet, then strode down the hill, and took the road to King Richard’s pavilion. CHAPTER XV. The feather... ...f-suffi- cient, the impeccable!—I was the counsellor of councils—I was the director of prelates. How should I stumble?—where- fore should I fear tempt...

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Bernard Hill

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...of San Quentin Prison in the Clint Eastwood film True Crime . Early life Hill was born in Blackley, Manchester, Lancashire . He was raised in... ...06/07/the-oxstu-talks-titanic-daniel-day-lewis-and-more-with-film-star-bernard-hill/ Hill attended Xaverian College, and then Manchester Polytechnic ... ...aduated with a diploma in theatre in 1970. Career Boys from the Blackstuff Hill first came to prominence in Britain through his Yosser Hughes, a ... ...sed on Tolkien's novel of the same name. Before casting him as King Théoden, director Peter Jackson considered Hill for the part of Gandalf . When ... ...al of the German Afrika Korp X Panzer Division, and as a voice actor for Sir Walter Beck in Fable III (2010). Hill has been the narrator in many ...

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Redgauntlet

By: Sir Walter Scott

...tt A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Redgauntlet by Sir Walter Scott is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Po... ...for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Redgauntlet by Sir Walter Scott, the Pennsylvania State University, Electronic Classics Series... ... in my ears. It seemed to say, ‘Happy dog! you can ramble at pleasure over hill and dale, pursue every object of curiosity that presents itself, and r... ...nance forbid such a suspicion, I might think myself the son of some Indian director, or rich citizen, who had more wealth than grace, and a handful of... ...ou know my father considers every moment taken from the law as a step down hill; and I owe much to his anxiety on my account, although its effects are... ... He was out wi’ the Hielandmen in Montrose’s time; and again he was in the hills wi’ Glencairn in the saxteen hundred and fifty-twa; and sae when King... ...o to http://www.hn.psu.edu/faculty/jmanis/jimspdf.htm To return to the Sir Walter Scott page, go to http://www.hn.psu.edu/faculty/jmanis/walter-scott....

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Walter Matthau

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... Born Walter John Matthow (1920-10-01)October 1, 1920 New Y... ... Website Walter Matthau Walter Matthau (;[1] Oc... ... Early life Matthau was born Walter John Matthow[2][3] in New York City's Lower East Side on October 1, ... ...ramatic Workshop of The New School in New York with the influential German director Erwin Piscator. He often joked that his best early review came in ... ... Jack Martin Also director 1960 ... ... In Any Language Charlie Hill 195... ... Arthur Hill (1963) ...

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Wizard of Crime

By: Walter Gibson

... WIZARD OF CRIME by WALTER GIBSON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.... ...e Collection World Public Library.org Title: WIZARD OF CRIME Author: WALTER GIBSON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher:... ...... ...sider them worth five thousand dollars −" "No longer. I needed them for the directors' meeting, day after tomorrow. But the directors have heard of ... ...their jobs. Paxton suggested that Fred go to the outer office and usher the directors into the conference room when they arrived. Alone, Paxton kep... ...t burn to crisp ashes. Fred was knocking at the door, to announce that the directors of Chemicana, Inc., had arrived and were waiting in the confer... ...of the embankment's bite. To Harry, it looked like a motorcycle finishing a hill−climbing test. One big roar and the vehicle had come from nowhere, ...

...Table of Contents: WIZARD OF CRIME, 1 -- Walter Gibson, 1 -- Chapter I. MURDER BAIT, 1 -- Chapter II. BELOW AND ABOVE, 4 -- Chapter III. FORGOTTEN TRAILS, 8 -- Chapter IV. COVERED CRIME, 12 -- Chapter V. OUT OF THE PAST, 16 -- Chapter VI. TANGLED TRAILS, 20 -- Chapt...

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Walter Ciszek

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... December 8, 1984 Rev. Walter Joseph Ciszek, S.J. (November 4, 1904–December 8, 1984) was a Polish... ... books, including the memoir With God in Russia, and served as a spiritual director. Since 1990, Ciszek has been under considerati... ...sville, Pennsylvania. Walter Ciszek's grave at the Jesuit Center in Wernersville, Pennsylvania. ... ...ed his legacy by the founding of a Catholic elementary school named Father Walter J. Ciszek School, later renamed Trinity Academy. ... ...h God in Russia, (with Daniel L. Flaherty, S.J.), memoir (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964). He Leadeth Me, (with Daniel L. Flaher...

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Public Opinion

By: Walter Lippmann

...PUBLIC OPINION by WALTER LIPPMANN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.... ... Collection World Public Library.org Title: PUBLIC OPINION Author: WALTER LIPPMANN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher:... ...... ...ernational planning to reconstruct the whole of human society, a board of directors confronted with a set of their employees' demands, a boy choosin... ... inside prisoner. A little later the French who were on the slopes of the hill were horrified at being shot at from the fort. There had been no bat... ...om the creation of a mental picture of endless Germans slaughtered on the hills about Verdun. By putting the dead Germans in the focus of the pictur... ...r and client, doctor and patient, priest and communicant, are privileged. Directors' meetings are generally private. So are many political conferenc... ...ne 11, 1918, and the appeal to America on May 5, 1918, by Mr. A. J. Sack, Director of the Russian Information Bureau: "If Germany were in the Allied... ...tion. In the coatrooms, the hotel lobbies, the boarding houses of Capitol Hill, at the tea-parties of the Congressional matrons, and from occasional...

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Walter Winterbottom

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... Full name Walter Winterbottom Date of ... ... † Appearances (Goals). Sir Walter Winterbottom CBE (31 March 1913 – 16 February 2002) was the fir... ...002) was the first manager of the England football team (1946–1962) and FA Director of Coaching. He resigned from the FA in 1962 to become General Sec... ...of the Central Council of Recreation (CCPR) and was appointed as the first Director of the Sports Council in 1965. He was knighted for his services to... ... of English football. Walter Winterbottom ... ... 3 World Cup Competitions 4 FA Director of Coaching 5 Publishing ... ...Greenwood, Dave Sexton, Malcolm Allison, Joe Mercer, Vic Buckingham, Jimmy Hill and Bobby Robson. Over time a new breed of managers emerged in the Lea... ...37 3 October Hillsborough, Sheffield  France ...

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The English Constitution

By: Walter Bagehot

...THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION by WALTER BAGEHOT Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.o... ...n World Public Library.org Title: THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION Author: WALTER BAGEHOT Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: ... ...... ...ew. The transition is so gradual that we hardly perceive it. The board of directors of the political company has a few slight changes every year, an... ...es there IS an abrupt change. It occasionally happens that several ruling directors who are about the same age live on for many years, manage the co... ... been given. It is said to be sometimes like a rather disorderly board of directors, where many speak and few listen--though no one knows. [Footnote... ...uld terrify them, if she used it, like a volcanic eruption from Primrose Hill. The last analogy to it is not one to be coveted as a precedent. In 1...

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Walter Pierce (impresario)

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...Society for the Performing Arts in 1976 and 1977.[1] Walter Pierce ... ...l links Education and early employment Walter Pierce graduated from Rindge Technical High Scho... ...ierce joined the South Shore Music Circus, a summer tent theater in Cohasset, MA, as publicity director.[6] During Cohasset’s off-season, he free-lanc... ... Following Aaron Richmond’s death in 1965, Pierce briefly shared co-managing directorship of the Boston University Celebrity Series ... ...12] Following Mrs. Richmond’s retirement, Pierce assumed the sole managing directorship of the Celebrity Series and continued in t... ...ociation in Portland, Maine, the Temple Beth-El Series in Providence, Rhode Island, the Castle Hill summer concert series in Ipswich, Massachusetts, t... ...1 in Symphony Hall was endowed in Pierce’s name, and that the Celebrity Series inaugurated the Walter Pierce Annual Performance Fund to support main s...

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The English Constitution

By: Walter Bagehot

...THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION by WALTER BAGEHOT The English Constitution Walter Bagehot Copyright © ... ...new. The transition is so gradual that we hardly perceive it. The board of directors of the political company has a few slight changes every year, and... ...mes there IS an abrupt change. It occasionally happens that several ruling directors who are about the same age live on for many years, manage the com... ...r been given. It is said to be sometimes like a rather disorderly board of directors, where many speak and few listen—though no one knows. [Footnote: ... ...would terrify them, if she used it, like a volcanic eruption from Primrose Hill. The last analogy to it is not one to be coveted as a precedent. In 18...

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Beneath Hill 60

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... Budget A$8,140,500[1] Beneath Hill 60 is a 2010 Australian war film d... ...ten by Captain Oliver Woodward,[3] who is portrayed by Brendan Cowell in the film. Beneath Hill 60 was released in Australia on 15... ...ers, Woodward receives word that they are to be moved up the lines to the Belgium front. Upon arrival, Tiffin, Walter, and Bacon are separated from th... ... runner, volunteers to distract the Germans while the others make a run for British lines. Although Tiffin and Walter make it, Bacon is killed mere in... ...ffin and Walter make it, Bacon is killed mere inches from safety. The unit continues on to Hill 60. During an inspection, it is re... ...s Oliver Woodward Alan Dukes as Jim Sneddon Alex Thompson as Walter Sneddon ... ... so a tense environment could be achieved while facilitating the film's tight budget.[3] While searching for a director, Leimbach viewed Jeremy Sims's...

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Chronicles of the Canongate

By: Sir Walter Scott

...e to subscribe myself his obliged humble servant, WALTER SCOTT. Abbotsford, _October_ 1, 1827. --------- Su... ... Your obedient servant, Walter Scott. _Edinburgh, Monday_. ------ The Theatrica... ...the Assembly Rooms, was conducted with admirable spirit. The Chairman, Sir Walter Scott, among his other great qualifications, is well fitted to enliv... ... Scotland, the Land of Cakes. He would give every river, every loch, every hill, from Tweed to Johnnie Groat's house--every lass in her cottage and co... ...eneral view of the matter. Of particular places, I recollected that Garval-hill was a famous piece of rough upland pasture, for rearing young colts, a... ...--scenes of silent loneliness, where extensive moors, undulating into wild hills, were only disturbed by the whistle of the plover, or the crow of the... ...termed princes. It was about the middle of the eighteenth century, and the directors in Leadenhall Street were silently laying the foundation of that ... ...ires some short explanation. Our story took place at a period, when the Directors of the East India Company, with that hardy and persevering policy... ...utinies on the passage. To remedy the first of these evils, the Court of Directors sent down to the island several of their medical servants, amongs...

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Squirrel Hill (Pittsburgh)

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...United States. The city officially divides it into two neighborhoods, Squirrel Hill North and Squirrel Hill South, but it is almost universally treate... ...it is almost universally treated as a single neighborhood. Geography Squirrel Hill is located at . Squirrel Hill has zip codes 15217 and 15232, and... ...niversity are technically located just within the official border of Squirrel Hill North, although they are almost always popularly considered to be ... ...ax No. 3, on Forward Avenue, became Forward Avenue School and was named after Walter Forward, who was appointed U.S. Secretary of the Treasury by Pre... ...mer residentsMarty Allen – stand-up comedian and actorRob Marshall – theater director, film director, and choreographerSophie Masloff – Mayor of Pi...

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Public Opinion

By: Walter Lippmann

... PUBLIC OPINION by WALTER LIPPMANN Classic Literature Collection World Public Librar... ...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: PUBLIC OPINION Author: WALTER LIPPMANN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publishe... ...... ...International planning to reconstruct the whole of human society, a board of directors confronted with a set of their employees' demands, a boy choosi... ...one inside prisoner. A little later the French who were on the slopes of the hill were horrified at being shot at from the fort. There had been no bat... ... from the creation of a mental picture of endless Germans slaughtered on the hills about Verdun. By putting the dead Germans in the focus of the pictu... ...wyer and client, doctor and patient, priest and communicant, are privileged. Directors' meetings are generally private. So are many political conferen... ... June 11, 1918, and the appeal to America on May 5, 1918, by Mr. A. J. Sack, Director of the Russian Information Bureau: “If Germany were in the Allie... ... nation. In the coatrooms, the hotel lobbies, the boarding houses of Capitol Hill, at the tea−parties of the Congressional matrons, and from occasiona...

...Table of Contents: Public Opinion, 1 -- Walter Lippmann, 1 -- PART I. Introduction, 2 -- Chapter I. THE WORLD OUTSIDE AND THE PICTURES IN OUR HEADS, 2 -- PART II. APPROACHES TO THE WORLD OUTSIDE, 13 -- Chapter II. CENSORSHIP AND PRIVACY, 13 -- Chapter III. CONTAct ...

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Society Hill, Philadelphia

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...ntury residential architecture of any place in the United States. Society Hill is noted as a charming district with cobblestone streets bordered by ... ...tury Free Society of Traders, which had its offices at Front Street on the hill above Dock Creek. Located close to both the Delaware River and Phila... ...d the area lost its appeal. Houses deteriorated, and by the 1940s, Society Hill had become a slum neighborhood, one of the worst in the city., p.119 ... ...... ..., built in 1829 as a Baptist church by Philadelphia architect Thomas U. Walter, one of the architects of the United States Capitol in Washington...

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The Scale (Or Ladder) of Perfection

By: Walter Hilton

... THE SCALE (OR LADDER) OF by WALTER HILTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.... ...rary.org PERFECTION Title: THE SCALE (OR LADDER) OF PERFECTION Author: WALTER HILTON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher:... ...... ...n Westminster Abbey. It is probable that these holy men were often spiritual directors, while, as we shall presently see, many souls in sorrow and tro... ...ys make an honourable exception of the sons of St Bruno. They were spiritual directors of Gerard Groot in the Low Countries, and of Colet, More and Fi... ...charity, I am right nought; and if I have so great faith that I can overturn hills and bear them away, and have not charity, I am right nought. And al... ... (that is Thy Son Jesus), and He shall lead me (by desire in me) to Thy holy hill and to Thy tabernacles . [187] That is, to the feeling of perfect lo... ...ophet Ezechiel saw in his visions. [195] He saith that he saw a city upon a hill towards the south, that to his sight when it was measured was no mor...

...Table of Contents: THE SCALE (or LADDER) of PERFECTION, 1 -- WALTER HILTON, 1 -- Chapter II, 17 -- Chapter III, 17 -- Chapter IV, 18 -- Chapter V, 18 -- Chapter VI, 19 -- Chapter VII, 20 -- Chapter VIII, 20 -- Chapter IX, 21 -- Chapter X, 21 -- Chapter XI, 22 -- Chapter XII, 22 -- Chap...

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Walter A. Maier

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...man immigrants Emil William and Anna Katherine 'Grossie' Maier.The life of Walter's mother, 'Grossie' (a diminutive of the German Grossmutter, ) was ... ... Woman Everyone Loved, the life story of Anna K. Maier, the mother of Dr. Walter A. Maier. (Grand Rapids, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1949) Maier... ...the Christian Old Testament . A Man Spoke, a World Listened: the Story of Walter A. Maier, by Paul L. Maier, McGraw-Hill, 1963, pp. 1-18 After gradu... ..., a World Listened: the Story of Walter A. Maier, by Paul L. Maier, McGraw-Hill, 1963, pp. 1-18 After graduating as valedictorian of the Concordia ... ...r, one of the founders of Lutheranism in America was in need of a national director. Among other responsibilities, this office included editorship of ... ..., a World Listened: the Story of Walter A. Maier, by Paul L. Maier, McGraw-Hill, 1963, Pp.81-83 Entry into radio broadcasting In March 1923 the Me... ..., a World Listened: the Story of Walter A. Maier, by Paul L. Maier, McGraw-Hill, 1963, Pp.70-73, 110 Although KFUO was well received and well support...

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The English Constitution

By: Walter Bagehot

... THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION by WALTER BAGEHOT Classic Literature Collection World Public Library... ...ion World Public Library.org Title: THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION Author: WALTER BAGEHOT Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher... ...... ...y new. The transition is so gradual that we hardly perceive it. The board of directors of the political company has a few slight changes every year, a... ...times there IS an abrupt change. It occasionally happens that several ruling directors who are about the same age live on for many years, manage the c... ...ver been given. It is said to be sometimes like a rather disorderly board of directors, where many speak and few listen though no one knows. [Footnote... ...t would terrify them, if she used it, like a volcanic eruption from Primrose Hill. The last analogy to it is not one to be coveted as a precedent. In ...

...Table of Contents: The English Constitution, 1 -- Walter Bagehot, 1 -- NO. I. Introduction TO THE SECOND EDITION, 1 -- NO. II. THE CABINET, 21 -- NO. III. THE MONARCHY, 31 -- NO. IV. THE HOUSE OF LORDS, 49 -- NO. V. THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 62 -- NO. VI. ON CHANGES OF MINISTRY,...

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Laurel Hill Cemetery

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...isks dot the rolling terrain, which is highlighted by elaborately sculpted hillside tombs and mausoleums. Overall, Laurel Hill contains more than 33, ... ...e increasingly industrialized city center. The city later grew past Laurel Hill, but the cemetery retained its rural character. Famous Revolutionar... ...rural character. Famous Revolutionary War figures were moved to Laurel Hill Cemetery to increase its cachet, including Continental Congress secret... ...ugh Mercer, hero of the Battle of Princeton; and David Rittenhouse, first director of the U.S. Mint. During and after the American Civil War, Laure... ...69), ornithologist George William Childs (1829–1894), newspaper publisher Walter Colton (1797–1851), Chaplain, Alcalde of Monterey, author, publishe... ...d Vaux (1816–1895), U.S. Congressman, mayor of Philadelphia Thomas Ustick Walter (1804–1887), architect Peter A. B. Widener (1834–1915), business t... ...1 (Adobe .pdf format) Digital facsimile of 1876 Illustrated Philadelphia Directory with description of cemetery (Adobe .pdf format) Laurel Hill Ce...

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Pinocchio in Africa

By: Walter Moore

...3. Pinocchio Breaks The Cage And Makes His Escape This eBook was produced by Walter Moore and formatted by James Linden and James Nugen. Translated by... ...in the play: "'A dog was roaming about the fields, when from behind a little hill jumped a rabbit, which had been nibbling the tender grass.' "Roaming... ... mounted upon their snow−white horses, again stood at the entrance. Then the director, the man with the loud voice, came out, hat in hand, and began t... ...nvitation, felt a sudden shock on hearing these last words. He looked at the director in a dazed fashion, as if to say to him, "What are you talking a... ...wild beasts." He wanted to say something pleasant to them, but just then the director of the company began to shout at the top of his voice. 5. Pinocc... ...lked on very sadly, without knowing where. Presently he found himself upon a hill, from which he could see a vast plain crossed by a wide highway. A l... ...or Pinocchio. Not far off he thought he saw a group of huts at the foot of a hill. He felt that besides getting rest and shelter, he might also find s...

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Pork Chop Hill

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...:: For the Korean War battles, see Battle of Pork Chop Hill. Pork Chop Hill (1959), directed by Lewis Milestone, is a Korean War... ...ll, an eyewitness, depicting the bitterly fierce first Battle of Pork Chop Hill between the U.S. Army's 7th Infantry Division, and Chinese and Korean ... ...ilmed partially on location in California's San Fernando Valley. Pork Chop Hill marked Landau's feature film debut. Plot In April 1953, during the Ko... ...nsHarry Guardino – as Private ForstmanRip Torn – as Lieutenant Walter RussellGeorge Peppard – as Corporal Chuck FeddersonJames Edwar... ...s Private SaxonHarry Dean Stanton – BAR man (uncredited)According to director Lewis Milestone, Pork Chop Hill was cut by nearly twenty minutes, ...

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