Wa - Real Names Of Famous Folk - Wa Artemus Ward, Reporter/humorist/lecturer, Charles Farrar Browne, (USA, 18341867).Bill Ward, Television Producer, Ivor William Ward (England, 1916-99). http://www.famousfolk.com/real/names-wa.shtml
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Extractions: Home College of Veterinary Medicine Washington State University John Gay, DVM PhD DACVPM ACE Field Disease Investigation Unit VCS Veterinary Medicine and the Philosophy of Science Version 1.2 modified August 30, 2005 initial draft July 25, 1998 Purpose: For definitions of general science terminology, see: Science Terminology http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/courses-jmgay/GlossScience.htm Why the concern about understanding what is science, what is not and distinguishing between the two? Some quotes to convey the reason: Be very careful what you put in that head, because you will never, ever get it out. Cardinal Wolsey (1475-1530) It ain't so much the things we don't know that get us into trouble. It's the things we know that just ain't so. "Artemus Ward" (Charles Farrar Browne, 1834-1867 Man seeks to form for himself, in whatever manner is suitable for him, a simplified and lucid image of the world, and so to overcome the world of experience. . . Albert Einstein (1937) You cannot reason a person out of a position he did not reason himself into in the first place.
WARD, J. - LoveToKnow Article On WARD, J. WARD, ARTEMUS, the penname of Charles Farrar Browne (1834-1867), American humorouswriter, was born in Waterford, Maine. He began life as a compositor and http://71.1911encyclopedia.org/W/WA/WARD_J_.htm
Extractions: WARD, A. W.WARD, E. S. P. paradox, effected no result, in any degree adequate to its power. He was a warm and constant friend, and gave many proofs of gratitude to his benefactors. Warburton's works were edited (7 vols., 1788) by Bishop Hurd with a biographical preface, and the correspondence between the two friendsan important contribution to the literary history of the periodwas edited by Dr Parr in 1808. Warburton's life was also written by John Selby Watson in 1863, and Mark Pattison made him the subject of an essay in 1889. See also I. D'lsraeli, Quarrels of Authors (1814); and especially John Nichols, Literary Anecdotes (1812-1815), vol. v., and Illustrations (1817-1858), vol. ii., for his correspondence with William Stukeley, Peter des Maizeaux, Thomas Birch, John Jortin and Lewis Theobald. His Complete Works, with memoir by E. P. Kingston, were published in London in the same year, and Sandwiches at New York in 1870. Ward compiled an autobiography, of which an abstract was published in the Art Journal in ^849. Beside the article " Psychology " in the Ency. Brit, (gth, loth and nth ed.) he has published Naturalism and Agnosticism (1899, 3rd ed. 1907), besides numerous articles in the Journal oj Physiology, Mind, and the British Journal of Psychology.
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Extractions: Inventor (in metallurgy, mostly) and manufacturer; born in Taunton MA , with little education he became a goldsmith. He had success for a while replicating and manufacturing "britannia ware", a cheap substitute for silver in Taunton, but soon sold the works to their apprentices (it became known as Reed and Barton, which continued in business). In 1834, he went to Boston as superintendent of Alger's Foundry and Ordnance Works, or the South Boston Iron Works, where he achieved great success, casting the first brass cannon made in the United States. His biggest success was the invention of a journal box (for enclosing train axles, ball bearings, and lubrication), U.S. Patent #1252, 7/17/39, for which he received large royalty fees. His suggestion of an alloy to be used for the bearings, made parenthetically, was more important than the invention itself (he is not regarded as the actual inventor or the alloy, and presumably got no royalties from it). Was committed to the McLean Asylum in Somerville, MA
The Reader's Advisor ARTEMUS WARD Charles Farrar Browne American humorist; consumption (18341867;33 years). Artemus Ward, A Biography and Bibliography, by Don Carlos Seitz. http://sachem.suffolk.lib.ny.us/advisor/youngdeath.htm
Definition Of Browne From Dictionary.net Hablot Knight Browne, Phiz 2 United States writer of humorous tales of an itinerantshowman (18341867) syn Browne, Charles Farrar Browne, Artemus Ward http://www.dictionary.net/browne
Project Gutenberg: Authors List Browne, Charles Farrar, 18341867 AKA Ward, Artemus, 1834-1867. Browne, ThomasAlexander, 1826-1915 AKA Boldrewood, Rolf, 1826-1915 http://www.gwd50.k12.sc.us/PG-Authors.htm
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Extractions: Search dictionary for Source: WordNet (r) 1.7 Browne n 1: English illustrator of several of Dickens' novels (1815-1882) [syn: Browne, Hablot Knight Browne Phiz ] 2: United States writer of humorous tales of an itinerant showman (1834-1867) [syn: Browne, Charles Farrar Browne Artemus Ward online dictionary linux docs apt for redhat bush's war lies ... party invitations world sunlight moon phase free online rpg
Extractions: Ruth was the first woman to serve on the Louisiana Mineral Board; a delegate and First Vice-Chairman of the Louisiana Constitutional Convention of 1973; and in 1984 the first woman to be elected Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the Louisiana State University System (Member for 14 years, 1974-1988). In 1983-84 Ruth was named "Woman of the Year" by Delta Zetas National Sorority. Delta Zetas first Woman of the Year was Actress Gail Patrick, and a later Woman of the Year was Hollywood Fashion Designer Edith Head. Articles: (Links open new window. All files in PDF format.) From Guildenstern's 1559 week-long visit to Castle Hedingham (Oxford's heredary home). Click here for Order Form for these Pioneer Works of DiscoVERy deVere/Shakespeare Click for Main Page/Contents of Minos Publishing Company ... Online Catalog DiscoVERY for Listings of deVere/Shakespeare Looney Clark Ward Fowler Ward "Shakespeare" Identified in Edward de Vere & Poems
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Extractions: FAIR PLAY. AJA.1.1 I do not talk religion to you, ye men of the world. AJA.1.2 I say nothing of love or pity or Christianity. AJA.1.3 I speak your own language and conjure you in the name of fair play. AJA.1.4 You who spurn the man that takes an unfair advantage of his competitors in sport or at the card-table, you are at the same time playing the game of life with loaded dice. AJA.1.5