Agronomy Department Gitaitis, R., G. MacDonald, R. Torrence, R. Hartley, DR sumner, jd Gay and WC Johnson III. 1998. Bacterial streak and bulb rot on onion II. http://agronomy.ifas.ufl.edu/MacDonald2.htm
Extractions: Conduct weed management research in agronomic crops, with emphasis on physiological aspects of herbicides on weeds and crops including transgenic cropping technology. Also conduct studies in the area of weed biology and environmental and physiochemical factors influencing herbicidal activity and persistence.
The Stallion Online - Awards: 2003 Best Editorial or Feature Photograph jd sumner. Best Sports Photograph jd sumner. Best Entertainment Feature Mariana Quiroga jd sumner. 2nd Place http://www.thestalliononline.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2004/02/09/4027f295046c9
Extractions: "The Stallion" was awarded 1st place for General Excellence in the two-year college category for the 2003 calendar year by the Georgia College Press Association. This year, the newspaper matched its previous year's success in general category wins, with six 1st place awards and three 2nd place awards. For the second year in a row, "The Stallion" finished no less than 2nd in each general category. "The Stallion" staff surpassed last year's results in the individual categories with a total of 15 awards. General Category Wins: 1st Place: General Excellence Best Campus Community: News Best Campus Community: Features Best Campus Community: Editorial Excellence Layout and Design General Photography Excellence 2nd Place: Best Campus Community: Sports Advertising Improvement Individual Categories: 1st Place: Best Objective News Article: Johanna Anderson Best News Photograph: JD Sumner Best Editorial or Feature Photograph: JD Sumner Best Sports Photograph: JD Sumner 2nd Place: Best Interpretive News Article: Mary Grace Cary Best Column: Johanna Anderson Best Sports Story: Josh Morey Best Entertainment Feature: JD Sumner Best Objective News Article: John Rodman 3rd Place: Best Sports Story: Jake Martin Best Editorial or Feature Photograph: JD Sumner Best Sports Photograph: JD Sumner Best Entertainment Feature: JD Sumner Best Objective News Article: JD Sumner
Spectra Publications sumner, P. and Mollon, jd (2000). Chromaticity as a signal of ripeness in fruits taken by primates. Journal of Experimental Biology 203, 19872000. http://vision.psychol.cam.ac.uk/spectra/publications.html
Organic Farming Research Workgroup 34) Phatak, SC, RL Bugg, DR sumner, jd Gay, KE Brunson, and RB Chalfant. 1988. 38) sumner, DR, SC Phatak, jd Gay, RB Chalfant, KE Brunson, and RL Bugg. http://www.sarep.ucdavis.edu/Organic/directory.asp?ID=17
Extractions: nonprofit association dedicated to workers' compensation research and education. Program Speaker biographies and resumes and background information will be posted upon receipt, so check this page for regular updates. This page was last updated on August 24, 1998 Viewing and Printing Speaker Biographies To view or print the following PDF (Portable Document Format) versions of speaker biographies, you must have a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.01. Click the button below to obtain your FREE copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.01. (NOTE: Please pay close attention to this software's installation instructions and licensing agreement Get Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.01 for Windows , Macintosh , Sun TM Solaris , SunOS TM , HP/UX TM , Silicon Graphics IRIX TM , IBM AIX , Digital UNIX
Extractions: "Philanthropy has been an important part of my life," says Sumner L. Feldberg '45, MBA '49, retired board chairman of the TJX Companies and BJ's Wholesale Club, Inc. in Framingham, Massachusetts." It's an activity I inherited from my father and uncle, who were very charitable; they had a significant influence on me. Philanthropy is part of our family tradition. Over the years, I have often talked with my children, Ellen and Michael, about giving. I stressed two things to them. First, give to the causes you care about and where you have some involvement. Second, the best tax shelter is the charitable deduction, and the gift of appreciated stock makes a lot of sense." Sumner is active with the Class of 1945 and has been deeply involved in Harvard affairs for many years. He has created a scholarship fund at the College and funded a professorship at the School of Public Health. He has also established a professorship at the College in memory of his parents. Currently, he is on the advisory board of the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Jd Sumner No other person was closer to the King of Rock Roll than jd sumner. This DVD contains an indepth Interview with jd sumner about the life and death of http://www.curtisleeconroy.com/cont/elvis_cont.htm
Extractions: ALSO AVAILABLE FROM SANTA FE RECORDS "Elvis... A Friend ship Revisited " Collector's Keepsake! *Click here to see a sample of the interview (Must have Real Media Video Player) J.D. Sumner says: "I first met Elvis when he was 14 years old. He used to come to our all night gospel sings in Memphis when I was with the Blackwood Brothers Quartet . He didn't have enough money to buy a ticket so I would let him in the back door free. Later he was letting me in the back door of his concerts." "...All I want to do is tell the truth to you about the lies that have been told about my friend, Elvis. This interview is dedicated to Elvis' Fans." From the heart of the man who loved Elvis, to the hearts of those who still love him, comes for the first time the only This DVD collector's keepsake is full of never before heard stories told by J.D. Sumner.
CANTINHO DA JACQUIE Translate this page Suspeito que jd sumner, talvez mais até do que o querido Joe Esposito, Elvis, ardoroso fã de gospel songs and groups, foi devoto de jd sumner desde http://www.elvistriunfal.com/elvisweek/graceland005.htm
Extractions: CANTINHO DA JACQUIE HOMENAGEM A J.D SUMNER ELVIS WEEK EM NOVEMBRO DE 2003 COMPLETA-SE 5 ANOS SEM J.D SUMNER Esta foi a última composição de Mr.J.D.Sumner, dois meses antes de partir. Parecia um presságio. Ele sabia o que estava por vir. No d ia 18/11/2003 completou 5 anos de sua ausência física. Mas o amor que ele transmitia há de viver para sempre. Jacquie Ulmo Jacquie Ulmo (Fan Relations da Gang Elvis) teve a felici- dade de conhecer J.D pes- soalmente e cinco anos de- pois de sua partida o site Elvis Triunfal presta sua homenagem a este que foi um dos maiores cantores gospel que o mundo já viu! Elvis o adimirava e não foi a toa que foi convidado a fa- zer parte de sua banda! Tanto no palco como fora dele Elvis respeitava muito J.D, esse carinho se esten- deu aos fãs de Elvis que também aprenderam a adimirar J.D Sumner!!! Elvis abria espaço em seu show para J.D cantar. Era um momento de muita refle- xão e emoção no show!
J.D. SUMNER jd sumner doskonale przypomina tamta rozmowe jd sumner mial okazje wspóluczestniczyc w wielkim tryumfalnym powrocie Presleya na scene . http://www.kki.pl/elvisal/jd_sumner.htm
Extractions: Dosz³o wreszcie do tego, ¿e Elvis zaproponawa³ nam bymy przejêli pierwsz¹ czêæ jego koncertu. I mymy to naturalnie zrobili. Ku zdumieniu wszystkich piewalimy ca³y blok z³o¿ony z pieni gospel. Zosta³o to przyjête entuzjastycznie przez publicznoæ i podoba³o siê równie¿ Elvisowi. Dla mnie za oznacza³o to spe³nienie marzeñ : piewa³em pieni religijne dla wiêkszej widowni ni¿ ktokolwiek inny na wiecie. A nasz kwartet znalaz³ siê nagle w wietle jupiterów i stalimy siê naprawdê s³awni.
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South Sandy Cemetery sumner, Sarah A., Oct. 20, 1855, Oct. 2, 1932, wife of jd sumner, jd, Apr. 20, 1852, Feb. 28, 1914, Mason 4 unmarked graves http://www.rootsweb.com/~altuscal/cemetery/south_sandy.html
Extractions: ALGenWeb County Index Tuscaloosa County Cemeteries South Sandy Cemetery South Sandy Cemetery is located T 24N, R 6E, S 33, in the Talladega National Forest (Oakmulgee Division). Information is recorded as it appears on the tombstone. Surveyed by Greg and Charesa Hester, October 29, 2000. Surveyed from north to south with rows
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Sea Shepherd Conservation Society - News On Friday, February 13th renowned artist jd Mayhew passed away at his home asked that George sumner read the following at the memorial for jd to be held http://www.seashepherd.org/news/media_040216_1.html
Extractions: J.D. Mayhew On Friday, February 13th renowned artist J.D. Mayhew passed away at his home in Northern California. J.D. was a longtime friend of Captain Paul Watson and a very close friend of Sea Shepherd Advisory Board member George Sumner and his wife Donnalei. Captain Paul Watson asked that George Sumner read the following at the memorial for J.D. to be held in Fort Bragg, California on February 17, 2004: "J.D. Mayhew was a man who shared with only a few others the understanding that dwelling in the sea are beings of deep and profound intelligence and graceful beauty, and whereas I have the honor of defending them at sea, I honor also those few gifted artists who have managed to capture the soul of leviathan and to convey it to humanity in a way that motivates a compassion and an empathy with the monarchs of the seas. The whales and dolphins have lost a champion, an ambassador and a friend and if there is such a thing as reincarnation, J.D. is out there now amongst those he loved and respected and now sees the world through the eyes of his beloved cetaceans. May he be remembered for his talent, for his art and his legacy but most of all may he be remembered as one who was able to bring the mind in the waters to humanity with beauty and honesty.
Sumner County Sheriff's Office Stewart, Sullivan, sumner, Tipton, Trousdale, Unicoi, Union, Van Buren, Warren, Washington sumner County Sheriff s Office Sheriff jd Vandercook http://www.usacops.com/tn/s37066/
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Sumner County, Part 7 jd Kelly, Jr., was appointed City Clerk. In September, 1879, Mayor Dixon died, sumner Lodge, No. 2633, K. of H., was organized on December 14, 1881, http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/sumner/sumner-co-p7.html
Extractions: KANSAS COLLECTION BOOKS William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas On July 22, 1879, Caldwell presented a petition to be incorporated as a city of the third class. An election was ordered for August 7, and resulted in the selection of N. J. Dixon, Mayor; J. D. Kelly, Police Judge; J. A. Blair, F. G. Hussen, H. C. Challes and A. Rhoades, Councilmen. J. D. Kelly, Jr., was appointed City Clerk. In September, 1879, Mayor Dixon died, and C. M. Hollister, was elected to fill vacancy. In 1880, M. Meaglier was elected Mayor, W. N. Hubbell in 1881 and A. M. Colson in 1882. J. D. Kelly has held the office of Police Judge from the organization of the city to the present time. J. D. Kelly, Jr., was City Clerk in 1880; L. M. Lange, in 1881, and J. W. Nyce, in 1882. The City Council for 1882-83, consists of A. McLain, J. W. Dobson, M. H. Bennett, C. W. Willett and William Corsine. A postoffice was established at this point in 1871, and C. H. Stone kept it in his log store building, the first in the town site. Stone was succeeded by G. W. Robinson, John A. Blair, John H. Sain, John A. Blair, a second term and S. Donaldson the present Postmaster. The business of the office has been transacted in the old log store, Sain's drug store, at the corner of Fourth and Main, Fifth and Main, the Hubbell building and a store near Sixth and Main streets, where it remained until November, 1881, when it was removed to its present quarters. The first money order was issued on April 15, 1881, and transferred money from S. W. Dutton, of Caldwell, to Susie Dutton, at El Dorado. The office became a Presidential one, July 1, 1881.
Extractions: by John P. Conomy, M.D., J.D. On what must have been a chilly winter day, February 15, 1872, Dr. Huntington, a young family practitioner of the small Ohio River city of Pomeroy, Ohio, traveled over the bleak countryside five miles to the larger town of Middleport, Ohio to address the local medical society, composed of physicians of sparsely populated Meigs and Mason Counties. His brief, uniformly anecdotal and entirely unreferrenced address, not suffering publication delay, was put eight weeks later in the Medical and Surgical Reporter of Philadelphia (v 26, no. 15, April 13, 1872). This has become one of the classical descriptions of neurological disease. George Huntington dealt with hereditary chorea as a reminiscence of his childhood spent on the eastern extremity of Long Island (New York), where, as the son and grandson of physicians, he recalled patients from his father's practice. The hereditary chorea, as he called it, was a rare but terrible disease. Its essential features, tersely noted by Dr. Huntington in three short paragraphs, included a "hereditary nature," a "tendency toward insanity" and "its manifestation as a grave disease in adult life." He also commented on the grotesque nature of associated abnormal movements and the lack of knowledge of both the cause and cure of the disorder.