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  1. A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Christian Worship by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2010-03-24
  2. The Classical Reader, A Selection Of Lessons In Prose And Verse: From The Most Esteemed English And American Writers (1826) by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, George Barrell Emerson, 2010-09-10
  3. Service Book for the Church of the Savior: With a Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Christian Worship by Robert Cassie Waterston, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2010-02-04
  4. A History of King's Chapel, in Boston: The First Episcopal Church in New England : Comprising Notices of the Introduction of Episcopacy Into the Northern Colonies by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2010-04-20
  5. Sermons to Children by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2010-02-24
  6. An Essay on the Lord's Supper by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2009-12-28
  7. A Sermon Preached In Kings Chapel, November 22, 1835: The Sunday After The Funeral Of James Freeman (1835) by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2010-05-23
  8. A History of King's Chapel in Boston, the First Episcopal Church in New England; Comprising Notices of the Introduction of Episcopacy Into the by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2010-04-01
  9. Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons: Illustrating the Perfections of God in the Phenomena of the Year, Volume 1 by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, Henry Duncan, 2010-02-26
  10. Sermons, Volume 2 by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2010-03-15
  11. Sermons of Consolation by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, 2010-10-14
  12. Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons: Spring by Francis William Pitt Greenwood, Henry Duncan, 2010-04-20
  13. William Archer on Ibsen: The Major Essays, 1889-1919 (Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies) by William Archer, 1984-10-03
  14. Bill Haywood's Book: The Autobiography of William D. Haywood by William D. Haywood, 1983-03

61. Kansas Family History: Abridged: Kansas Heritage Group
s; STEVENS, Dr. Joseph Deweese Chautauqua; STEWART, William Ellsworth Greenwood; STRAUSS Dickinson; STROMQUIST,Stromquist Family History McPherson
Kansas Family History
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63. FDIC: Decisions On Bank Applications - Fidelity Federal Bank, F.S.B.
Part 359 of the FDIC s Rules and Regulations to Pay Golden Parachute Payments for Richard M. Greenwood, William C. Taylor, III, and Stephen J. Austin
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Equity Securities Real Estate Insurance ... Other Applications Fidelity Federal Bank, F.S.B.k Board of Directors Fidelity Federal Bank, F.S.B. Post Office Box 1631 Glendale, California 91209-1631 RE: Request for Ex-Post Facto Approval under Part 359 of the FDIC's Rules and Regulations to Pay Golden Parachute Payments for Richard M. Greenwood, William C. Taylor, III, and Stephen J. Austin Dear Members of the Board: Your applications for ex-post facto approval to pay certain golden parachutes (consisting of severance, release, and consulting agreements) to Richard M. Greenwood, William C. Taylor, III, and Stephen J. Austin has been reviewed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The FDIC understands that the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) intends to give formal written approval for these Golden Parachute payments upon receipt of the FDIC's concurrence. After thorough consideration of the request, supporting documents, and other available information, we have determined that the golden parachute payments were in the best interest of the institution and the insurance fund under the unique circumstances at the time. As such, the FDIC concurs with the OTS's intended formal approval of these golden parachute payments to these three former senior members of management.

64. Letter To Weldon, William C.:  Johnson & Johnson
Tauzin, Greenwood Expand Probe Into Illicit Internet Pharmacies. January 15, 2004. Mr. William C. Weldon Chairman Chief Executive Officer
Committee Correspondence The House Committee on Energy and Commerce W.J. "Billy" Tauzin, Chairman Help How do I find...? Contact Us About The Committee Search Menu Home Action Schedule Members ... Publications Tauzin, Greenwood Expand Probe Into Illicit Internet Pharmacies January 15, 2004
Mr. William C. Weldon
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08933 Dear Mr. Weldon: The Washington Post in a recent series of articles reported on the widespread problems with pharmaceutical distribution. As the Washington Post noted, the U.S. regulatory system for distributing prescription drugs "is undercut by a growing illegal trade in pharmaceuticals, fed by criminal profiteers, unscrupulous wholesalers, rogue Internet sites and foreign pharmacies." The result of this multi-billion dollar shadow market has been that U.S. public health is endangered because of the introduction of counterfeit, unapproved, substandard, or adulterated drugs into the America's medicine supply.
  • Please describe your plans to prevent counterfeiting and diversion of your company's drug products.
  • 65. Black Adam Zumwalt 3 -- Battle Of Salado
    Henry Cleveland, Nereus Dufner, Beverly C. Greenwood, William M. Phillips, Jonathan Scott, John Pius Smith, William Smothers, Oliver H. Stapp,
    Adam Zumwalt Jr.-Index
    Captain "Black" Adam Zumwalt in the Battle of Salado-Dawson Massacre (For more detailed descriptions, see The Battle of Salado On the morning of 11 Sep 1842, the residents of San Antonio were surprised by the sounds of cannon and learned they were under control of a force of 1450 infantry, cavalry and artillery under the French-born General Adrian Woll San Antonio Road above Seguin . Among them were some prisoners involved in the unsuccessful Santa Fe expedition including Colonel Mathew Caldwell who was elected commander of the group. Dr. Caleb S. Brown of Gonzales was named surgeon. Companies included 35 men under Capt. Daniel B. Friar of Cuero, 60 men from Gonzales and Seguin under Capt. James Bird of Gonzales ( James H. Callahan of Seguin was 1st Lt.), 40 cowboys and Victorians under Capt. Ewen Cameron (Lts. John R. Baker and Alfred Allee) and 43 men from the Lavaca River under Captain "Black" Adam Zumwalt ( John H. Livergood

    66. Greenwood Lean Enterprise Center
    William C. Parr is the Faculty Director of the Greenwood Lean Enterprise Center and Professor in the Department of Statistics, Operations, and Management
    Campus Links About the University Academic Programs Administration Research Support UT The University System A-Z Index WebMail Campus Directory People Search Campus Search System Search Advanced Search Page College of Business William C. Parr William C. Parr is the Faculty Director of the Greenwood Lean Enterprise Center and Professor in the Department of Statistics, Operations, and Management Science. Dr. Parr effectively integrates his statistical expertise with other key areas of business management such as lean integration, customer value, systems management, and managerial-leadership. Within U.T.'s College of Business, Bill serves as a member of the core faculty team for the MBA program and Professional MBA program. Bill has extensive practical experience working as a consultant to industry, and in previous full-time employment as Senior Scientist in charge of Statistical Development at the Harris Corporation, Semiconductor Sector. At the Harris Corporation, he managed an organization of statisticians and support staff providing consulting and training to an organization of roughly 12,000 employees. In addition, he consulted with senior management on the management and cultural implications of statistical tools and the philosophy of continuous improvement. Bill has published over 25 papers, and does research in the areas of management and methods for systems analysis. He currently consults with a number of Fortune 20 corporations and government organizations. He received his Ph.D. from Southern Methodist University and is now a professor of statistics at The University of Tennessee.

    67. Greenwood | Alan William | 1897-c1980 | Genetical Physiologist And Director Of T
    Greenwood Alan William 1897c1980 genetical physiologist and director of the Poultry Research Centre, University of Edinburgh
    the project the collections biographies multimedia the project the collections biographies multimedia ... CD Interviews with staff of the Institute of Animal Genetics

    68. Poets' Corner - William Shakespeare - Selected Works
    Under the Greenwood tree; Who loves to lie with me,; And turn his merry note Hark! now I hear them,dingdong, bell. William Shakespeare
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        When icicles hang by the wall
        And Dick the shepherd blows his nail
        And Tom bears logs into the hall,
        And milk comes frozen home in pail,
        When Blood is nipped and ways be foul,
        Then nightly sings the staring owl,
        Tu-whit, tu-who: a merry note,
        While greasy Joan doth keel the pot.
        When all aloud the wind doth blow,
        And coughing drowns the parson's saw,
        And birds sit brooding in the snow,
        And Marian's nose looks red and raw
        When roasted crabs hiss in the bowl,
        Then nightly sings the staring owl,
        Tu-whit, tu-who: a merry note,
        While greasy Joan doth keel the pot.
        William Shakespeare
      Sigh no More
        Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more,
        Men were deceivers ever;
        One foot in sea, and one on shore,
        To one thing constant never.
        Then sigh not so,
        But let them go,
        And be you blith and bonny,
        Converting all your sounds of woe
        Into Hey nonny, nonny.
        Sing no more ditties, sing no mo
        Of dumps so dull and heavy;
        The fraud of men was ever so,
        Since summer first was leavy.
        Then sigh not so

    69. Environmental Behavior Of Mineral Deposits--Prince William Forest Park Study Are
    USGS Environmental Behavior of Mineral Deposits ProjectPrince William Forest Park. of the abandoned Greenwood mine area, Prince William Forest Park,

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    Prince William Forest Park, Virginia - The goals of this research have been threefold, to:
  • Understand the environmental behavior of solid-mine wastes from a volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit and the impact on the ecosystem. Assess the success of the reclamation effort by the National Park Service at the Cabin Branch Pyrite Mine through ground and surface water sampling. Toward this end, ground- and surface-water samples were collected on a quarterly basis for one year, ending in the fall of 1998. In addition, documentation of the relationship of surface water quality in artificial ponds formed during reclamation to amphibian population restoration was conducted in collaboration with a herpetologist from the National Park Service. The project has collected and analyzed monthly water samples for more than two mating seasons. Investigate the environmental impact of historic mercury amalgamation used at the abandoned Greenwood Mine site, which is on a 43-acre tract recently acquired by the National Park Service. The chemical characterization includes dissolved inorganic constituents of waters; stable isotope analysis of waters and solids; and mineralogical studies of ores, country rocks and precipitates. Interpretation includes quantitative modeling of water chemistry to determine the mineralogical controls on heavy-metal solubility and major-element water chemistry.
  • 70. Rescuers And Others
    Caleb Greenwood, 84, Auxiliary. William Johnson, ? Supplier, Host. Edward Meyer Kern, 23, Paymaster. Sebastian Keyser, 36, Fourth Relief
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    Rescuers and Others W hen word got out of the Donner Party's plight, American settlers in Northern California rallied to save them. Some shouldered heavy packs and risked their lives trudging up into the Sierra, braving blizzards, hunger, exhaustion, and frostbite to bring the sufferers out of the mountains. We must not forget, however, that their heroism would have been in vain without the assistance of many others who contributed money, food, clothing, horses, and other supplies, or who transported provisions, maintained supply camps, brought the emigrants from the midway camps to the settlements, and opened their homes to the survivors. For first-hard accounts of the Donner relief, see the First Relief Second Relief , and Fourth Relief diaries. Name Age Relief Party Adolph Bruheim First Relief Charles L. Cady Second Relief Nicholas Clark Second Relief Edward "Ned" Coffeemeyer

    71. William Shakespeare Under The Greenwood Tree
    Under the Greenwood Tree. By William Shakespeare. 15641616. Amiens sings UNDER the Greenwood tree, Who loves to lie with me, And turn his merry note
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    72. BLOUNT, William - Biographical Information
    BLOUNT, William, (father of William Grainger Blount and brother of Thomas William Blount. 1954. Reprint. New York Greenwood Press, 1969; Melton,

    73. William Greenwood - University Of Maryland
    William Greenwood. * Confiscation; an outline University Libraries, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 207427011 (301)405-0800
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    74. Corporate Governance - Board Of Director
    Peter William Greenwood, MA, FCS, FCIS, aged 48 (Appointed as a Director on 7 September 2001) Mr. Greenwood holds an MA degree in law from the University of

    75. GREENWOOD, ROBERT ROY JR. Compiled By Task Force Omega Inc
    For Robert Greenwood and William Wood, the NSA synopsis states Lost on a Robert Greenwood, William Wood and Richard Herold are among the nearly 600
    Name: Robert Roy Greenwood, Jr. Rank/Branch: Lieutenant Colonel/US Air Force
    Unit: 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron
    366th Tactical Fighter Wing
    Takhli Airbase, Thailand
    Date of Birth: 17 October 1936
    Home of Record: Portsmouth, VA
    Date of Loss: 02 September 1972
    Country of Loss: Laos
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    Status in 1973: Missing in Action Category: Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: F4E "Phantom II" Other Personnel In Incident: William C. Wood, Jr. and Richard W. Herold (missing) REMARKS: SYNOPSIS: The low, slow and vulnerable Cessna O1F Bird Dog Forward Air Control (FAC) aircraft were inherited by the Air Force from the Army when the Army lost command of this fix-wing observation fleet during 1965. The aircraft itself usually only carried white phosphorous target marker rockets that were mounted beneath the wings. The aircrews, however, carried their own personal weapons, which added a limited degree of armament to this daring little aircraft. The Bird Dog was not only vulnerable to enemy ground fire, it was also at risk of being accidentally hit by friendly fire because its shape and speed helped it blend into its surroundings. Later in the war the Bird Dog's upper wing was painted white or orange to emphasize the slow-moving FAC's position to friendly strike aircraft. On 2 September 1972, Capt. Richard W. Herold, pilot; and a Royal Lao forward observer comprised the crew of an O1F aircraft (serial #2799); call sign "Raven 23," that departed Vientiane, Laos to conduct a Forward Air Control (FAC) mission for a flight of aircraft striking communist anti-aircraft artillery (AAA) positions located in the Plaine Des Jarres (PDJ), Xiangkhouang Province, Laos. The Bird Dog's call sign was "Raven 23." Capt. William C. Wood, pilot; and then Major Robert R. Greenwood, weapons systems officer, comprised the crew of the #2 F4E (serial #64-0335) in a flight of two, call sign "Tufa 2," that was conducting the strike mission. At approximately 0900 hours, Tufa flight departed Takhli Airbase, Thailand to rendezvous with the FAC.

    76. A Short History Of Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery
    An historical reference of Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery in Canon City, Colorado. in what would become Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery was William M. Davis,
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    A Short History of Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery
    By Mary Ann Thomas
    January 19, 2001
    originally published October 30, 2000
    Canon City Daily Record
    Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery is the second known burial ground in Cañon City and the oldest extant. Historically, it contains the final resting-places of persons of significance to not only the residents of Cañon City, but also the state of Colorado. Genealogically, it is relevant to persons around the world. Cañon City was settled in 1859-1860 and the first known burials were of the Bowen family (1861, 1863, and 1864). Those graves were moved from the original site on their land on Dozier and Van Loo Street to Lakeside Cemetery in 1992, making Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery the oldest extant burial ground in Cañon City. Greenwood Cemetery Sign The first known burial in what would become Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery was William M. Davis, who was buried in 1865 on the William C. Catlin homestead. Another pioneer family, the Griffins, buried two children there in 1866 and several other stones exist from the same time period.

    77. PALINET - Publications - Cooperative Purchasing Watch
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    78. To The Best Of Our Knowledge - 1997-2001 Authors And Titles E-G
    William H. Gass, Reading Rilke Reflections on the Problems of Translation Monique Greenwood, Lynda Johnson, Tracy MitchellBrown, The Go On Girl!
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    1997-2002 Book and Authors List 1997-2002
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    79. The Index Journal -- Obituaries
    Greenwood s Complete News Source. SC he was a son of his late parents William Edward Gambrell, Sr. and Rebecca Anderson Gambrell.
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    District 52 Abbeville ... Clemson Extension Obituaries De’Quarius and De’Asia Watts De’Quarius Jam’al Watts and De’Asia Jan’ea Watts, infant twins of Ulysses Peter Watts and Angel Denise Boozer, of 238 Penn Ave., died at Self Regional Medical Center. De’Quarius died Thursday, Sept. 8, 2005 and De’Asia died Friday, Sept. 9, 2005. They were born in Greenwood. Survivors include the parents of the home; three brothers, Dedrick Bernard Watts, Fredick Lanard Watts and Octavious Savon Watts, all of Clinton; three sisters, Elexias Tiera Watts of Greenwood, Sharjada Quennay Watts of Clinton and Tityana Yevette Watts of the home; maternal grandmother, Roxie Gilchrist of the home; two maternal great-grandmothers, Lillie Mae Gilchrist of Greenwood and Marie Duncan of Belton; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Watts of Cross Hill; paternal great-grandmother, Mamie Lee Williams of Clinton. Graveside services are 11 a.m. Monday at Mount Hermon Baptist Church Cemetery, conducted by the Rev. Anthony Talbert, assisted by the Rev. Arthur Kemp.

    80. Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion : G
    The Greenwood Lee and Gibson Mill estate passed to his brother, William Gibson Greenwood, William 18211864 He lived at Stones which had been rebuilt
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    [18-1?] See Ramsden Mill, Todmorden
    Gaddings Dam, Todmorden
    water-power to the local mills, including Lumbutts Mill In 1824, the Rochdale Canal Company built the eastern dam for the Fielden family and other local mill owners. This was to be filled once a year by water from Langfield Common The western dam was built by the mill owners themselves. The water flowed down Lumbutts Clough to the Calder . There was considerable disagreement between the canal company and local mill owners over the use of the water. When the dam was no longer used, Parliament decreed that it must be made safe by lowering the water level, unless a waterman was employed to maintain the banks. Gaddings Drain fed water to fill the dam. In 200?, the Gaddings Dam Group bought the dam with the aim of keeping it open for people to enjoy. This has never been used as a reservoir for the public water supply. See Warland Reservoir
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