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  1. The Airway Epithelium : Physiology, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology - Vol 55 of Lung Biology in Health and Disease by Stephen G. ; Hay, Douglas W. P. (editors) Farmer, 1991

41. Carter Revard
working in the Hay and harvest fields, training greyhounds, The RiversideAnthology of Literature , Douglas Hunt (Editor), Houghton Mifflin Co.
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Point Riders Press in Oklahoma: Ponca War Dancers (1980) and Cowboys and Indians Christmas Shopping (1992). More recently, An Eagle Nation and Family Matters, Tribal Affairs have been published by the University of Arizona Press. Carter's poems and stories have appeared in many journals and such anthologies as Talking Leaves (Dell, 1991) and New Worlds of Literature (Norton, 1989). Among the organizations to which Carter belongs are the Modern Language Association, the American Indian Center of St. Louis, where he was a board member in 1980-81 and 1984, secretary, 1986-90, and president, 1990, the Association for Studies in American Indian Literature, the River Styx Literary Organization, the Association of American Rhodes Scholars, the University of Tulsa Board of Visitors, the St. Louis Gourd Dancers and Phi Beta Kappa. A short biography from the Internet Public Library 's Native American Author's Project is available.
Carter is the 2005 Lifetime Achievement Award winner from the Native Writers' Circle of the Americas . The Spring 2003 issue of the journal SAIL (Studies in American Indian Literatures) was devoted to Carter's work. In 2000, Carter was named

Roger delivered the first version of his talk at the Hayon-Wye literary festivallast May (read Charles Douglas-Home was Editor of The Times 1982-85.
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  • 43. Douglas County, Part 6
    SN Wood was associated with Mr. Speer as Editor of the Kansas Tribune. This pole roof is thatched upon the outside with prairie Hay and is all Hay and
    KANSAS COLLECTION BOOKS William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas
    During October, 1854, two Kansas Free-state newspapers were established. John and J. L. Speer, the pioneer editors and publishers of Lawrence, arrived in that place, September 29, 1854. Mr. John Speer prepared the copy for the first number of his paper, which was to be called the Kansas Pioneer and took it to the office of the Kansas City Enterprise (Judge Story) to have it printed, according to previous arrangement. On finding it a pronounced Free-state paper, Mr. Story refused to print it, and Mr. Speer then took his copy to the office of the Leavenworth Herald , where he met with a similar experience. He then returned to his old home at Medina, Ohio and issued his paper dated October 15, 1854, from that place, under the name he had selected. Following are a few extracts from the paper: "LAND FOR THE LANDLESS The general interests of the pioneer - the industrious, frugal and honest emigrant who seeks here a home for his family - shall not be neglected. Our aim shall be to advocate and urge such treaties with the Indians as shall bring the lands of the Territory within the reach of the poor as well as the rich; laboring to create a public sentiment which shall demand of the General government such a disposition of the public domain as shall open it to the free occupation of actual settlers in preference to favoritism to speculators. the true interests of the Territory, its speedy settlement, its general intelligence, all demand that its soil shall be subject to occupancy by the now landless and homeless freemen of the entire Union.

    44. Browse By Author: J - Project Gutenberg
    Johnson, Douglas W. (Douglas Wilson) (18781944). Plain Words from America Selections from the Prose Works of Matthew Arnold (English) (as Editor)
    Project Gutenberg Online Book Catalog Quick Search Author: Title Word(s): EText-No.: Advanced Search Recent Books Top 100 Offline Catalogs ... In Depth Information
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    Jackson, Helen Hunt, 1830-1885
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    45. C. Douglas Hay - Osgoode Hall Law School
    C. Douglas Hay. C. Douglas Hay Professor Hay has been crossappointed toOsgoode Hall Law School and York s Department of History since 1981,
    Advanced Search Home Faculty C. Douglas Hay C. Douglas Hay
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    BA, MA (Toronto), PhD (Warwick), (cross-appointed with the Faculty of Arts) Professor Hay has been cross-appointed to Osgoode Hall Law School and York's Department of History since 1981, having taught previously at Memorial University of Newfoundland. One of Canada's leading legal historians, Professor Hay's research has dealt primarily with the history of criminal procedure, punishment, and crime in England and Canada, and also with the comparative history of labour law. He is currently involved in an international project on the evolution of the contract of employment throughout the common law world over four centuries. He has a forthcoming book with Staffordshire Record Society called Crown Side Cases in the Court of King's Bench and is co-editor of Masters, Servants and Magistrates in Britain and the Empire, 1562-1955

    46. CIAO Contributors
    Lao Mong Hay is Executive Director of the Khmer Institute of Democracy in Phnom Lim is the founder and Editor of the refereed Journal of Asian Business,
    Contributors to CIAO A B C D ... Z A Morton I. Abramowitz is Senior Fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations. He was Ambassador to Turkey and served as Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research. Herbert L. Abrams is Professor Emeritus of Radiology and Member-In-Residence at the Center for International Security and Arms Control, Stanford University. Abigail Abrash is Program Director for Asia and the Middle East at the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center for Human Rights. As`ad AbuKhalil is an associate professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus, and a research fellow at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Richard Ackerman Titus Adeboye , African Technology Policy Studies Network, Nairobi, Kenya. Howard Adelman is a professor at York University Centre for Refugee Studies, Ontario Canada. Marcy Agmon. John F. Ahearne is Director of the Sigma Xi Center, and Lecturer in Public Policy at Duke University. Samina Ahmed is a fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

    47. RASC KC Benefits Of Membership
    President, VP, Secretary, Treasurer, Editor, Librarian, NCR. 2005, Kim Hay,Norm Welbanks, Steve Hart, Kevin Kell, Doug Angle, David Maguire, John Hurley
    RASC Kingston Executive Council
    Page Updated: 2005 April 19 If you have any questions, concerns or comments, please do not hesitate to contact any one of the following people. Elections are held each fall for the following calendar year.
    Honorary President - David Levy Way's to Contact the Executive Telephone : ( 613 ) 377-6029
    Email: kingston (at) rasc (dot) ca
    Mail: PO Box 1793 Kingston Ontario K7L 5J6 Canada
    VP Secretary Treasurer ... NCR Kim Hay Norm Welbanks Steve Hart Kevin Kell Doug Angle David Maguire John Hurley Peggy Hurley Doug Angle Diane Torney John Hurley None David Maguire Peggy Hurley Hank Bartlett Doug Angle Brian Hunter John Hurley Kevin Kell David Maguire Peggy Hurley Laura Gagne Paul Winkler Susan Gagnon John Hurley Kevin Kell David Maguire Peggy Hurley Laura Gagne Paul Winkler Susan Gagnon John Hurley Kevin Kell David Maguire Tom Dean Doug Angle Laura Gagne Susan Gagnon John Hurley Kevin Kell David Maguire Susan Gagnon Doug Angle Laura Gagne Kim Hay John Hurley Kevin Kell Brenda Shaw Susan Gagnon Peggy Hurley Bill Broderick Laura Gagne John Hurley Kevin Kell Brenda Shaw Susan Gagnon Peggy Torney Christine Kulyk Laura Gagne Kim Hay Kevin Kell Jim Towgood Kim Hay Peggy Torney David Stokes John Baker Kim Hay Kevin Kell Kevin Kell Cathy Hall Walter MacDonald Leo Enright Ruth Hicks Kim Hay Peter Kirk Kevin Kell Cathy Hall Walter MacDonald Leo Enright Ruth Hicks Kim Hay Bill Broderick Kevin Kell Walter MacDonald Christine Kulyk Leo Enright Kim Hay Kim Hay Bill Broderick David Stokes Walter MacDonald Ian Levstein Leo Enright Kim Hay Peter Kirk Bill Broderick

    48. 1897 (portraits) - Isle Of Man Examiner Annual
    In 1896. when Douglas was incorporated, Mr Nesbitt was unanimously selected as And in his seventeenth year, young Hay broke his hometies and sailed for
    Examiner Annual
    1897 - Portraits
    Lord Henniker
    RIGHT REV. NORMAN DUMENIL JOHN STRATON, D.D. BISHOP STRATON was consecrated lord Bishop of Sodor and Man 25th March, 1892, in York Cathedral. He succeeded Bishop Bardsley, who is now Bishop of Carlisle, and is in receipt of an income of £2,000 gross, and residence, but which, on account of the agricultural depression, has been reduced to £1,650. In the see there are 31 benefices, 14 curates, and 17,210 church sittings.The Bishop has a seat in the House of but no vote. died 1918
    MAJOR ROBERT SWAN STEPHEN, V.D. J.P., H.K., MA., is the only son of the late John Clowes Stephen, who for 25 years filled the office of second Deemster of Man. Major Stephen graduated at Cambridge, and afterwards was called to the English Bar. He also qualified as a Manx advocate, and has practised in Douglas. In 1881 he was elected to the House of Keys as one of the members for Douglas, and has ever since retained his seat as one of the members for the town. In April, 1896, he was appointed to the mayoralty of Douglas, which had become vacant by the death of the late Mr Alderman Keig. Upon the 9th November, 1896, Major Stephen was unanimously re-elected as mayor. (later served in Boer War
    MR. SAMUEL WEBB, Deputy-Mayor of Douglas, was born at Latchford, Cheshire, in the year 1831. Early in life he became connected with the jewellery and fancy goods trade and was for some years engaged in that business at Scarborough along with Mr William Stansfield. In 1858 Mr Webb came to Douglas, and commenced business in a modest way in Strand-street, afterwards in that portion of Duke-street which was swept away to allow of the formation of Victoria-street. His enterprise caused his business to develop by leaps and bounds, until it culminated in the magnificent establishment in Strand-street, known as the Lounge. Nearly seventeen years ago Mr Webb was appointed a member of the board of Town Commissioners for Douglas, and since then be has faithfully and independently served the ratepayers of Douglas at the town board. When the town was incorporated Mr Webb was elected as one of the aldermen, and was appointed to the position of deputy-mayor. He is a distinguished

    49. UCHSC Department Of Pediatrics: Neonatology - Awards And Honors
    Associate Editor, European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 19712001 William W. Hay, Jr., MD. Accreditation for Working under the Animals


    Clinical Services


    Research Funding
    The Children's Hospital
    Awards and Honors
    Frederick C. Battaglia, MD
    • John Howland Medal, American Pediatric Society,
      Honorary Degree, University of Colorado,
    Jacob E. Friedman, PhD
    • Ad Hoc Study Section Member, Metabolism Study Section, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health,
      Ad Hoc Committee Member, Advancing Research Opportunities in Obesity/Nutrition Centers, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Ad Hoc Study Section Member, Endocrinology Sciences Study Section, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, External Reviewer, USDA Children's Nutrition Research Center, Baylor University, Grant Review Panel Member, RFA on Diabetes in Pregnancy, Review Panel PPG: "Central and Peripheral Interactions in Energy Balance," National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Molecular Endocrinology Study Section, National Institutes of Health

    50. Books-Affirmations
    Sarah MountbattenWindsor York, (Editor), Sarah The Duchess of York Jon Merritt,Douglas Positive Self-Talk for c Bloch, Douglas, MA Bloch
    We offer the following selection of “ Affirmation” books to help you further your understanding of this subject. Click on the “More Details” link to view details. BookTitle Author Feeling Strong: The Achievement of Authentic Power Ethel Spector, MD Person Creative Visualization: Use the Power of Your Imagination to Create What You Want in Your Life Shakti Gawain The Game of Life and How to Play It Florence Scovel Shinn, Florence Scovel-Shinn When God Winks: How the Power of Coincidence Guides Your Life Squire D. Rushnell Self-Esteem: Motivational Affirmations for Building Confidence and Recognizing Self-Worth (The Subliminal Mastery Series/Audio Cassette/706) Louise L. Hay Dear Mom Thank You For Everything Unknown (Author) The Life Strategies Self-Discovery Journal: Finding What Matters Most for You Phillip C. McGraw Bringing Out the Best in People Aubrey C. Daniels Clutter's Last Stand: It's Time to De-Junk Your Life! Don Aslett Rachel Naomi Remen Pocketful of Miracles: Prayers, Meditations, and Affirmations to Nurture Your Spirit Joan, Ph.D. Borysenko The Circle: How the Power of a Single Wish Can Change Your Life Laura Day Finding Your Way Home: A Soul Survival Kit Melody Beattie 101 Ways to Talk to God Dandi Daley MacKall Healing Mantras: Using Sound Affirmations for Personal Power, Creativity, and Healing

    51. The Capital Times
    Letter to the Editor Tell us what you think My dad took me to Elkhart Lake,and we sat on the Hay bales next to the road and watched the race, Gurney

    52. Economic Principals
    Economic Principals, David Warsh, Editor. Harvard then fired Hay and relievedShleifer, a tenured professor, of his project duties.
    New Feature: Economic Principals introduces an rss feed at
    /ep.rss If you don't know what rss is, click here.
    July 4 David Warsh, Editor
    contents next Judge Finds Against Shleifer, Hay and Harvard The US government's long-running wrangle with economist Andrei Shleifer and Harvard University over Harvard's ill-fated Russia Project in the 1990s was resolved last week, in the government's favor. A Federal judge ruled that, by quietly investing on their own accounts while advising the Russian government, Harvard professor Shleifer and his Moscow-based assistant Jonathan Hay had conspired to defraud the US Agency for International Development (USAID), which had been paying their salary. Hay was faulted for violating three counts of the False Claims Act, Shleifer for one, with two other counts against him pending a possible jury trial on what it means to have been "assigned" to Russia under the contract's terms. (Shleifer asserts that the conflict-of-interest rules didn't apply to him since, though directing the project, he had continued to reside outside of Russia, in Newton, Mass.)

    53. Economic Principals
    Economic Principals, David Warsh, Editor. The lawyer Hay, a former RhodesScholar and Harvard Law School graduate, is viewed as relatively impecunious.

    54. Douglas Daily News
    Douglas — As it most often happens, the rulings that come out of a court are Hay experts will tell you quickly that you should never ever stack rolled courts and Canadian beefhtm
    Classifieds Americus Cordele Douglas ... Valdosta Updated: 10 Sep 2005 - 12:26:56 AM Search News and Opinion Frontpage Local News Sports Opinions ... Public Notices National News Top Stories U.S. News World News Politics ... Multimedia Customer Service Contact Us Subscribe Archive Rack Locations Douglas Area Americus Cordele Live Oak,FL Moultrie ... Write a letter to the Editor
    The courts and Canadian beef Author: Randy Roberts
    Publication Date: 2005-07-28
    DOUGLAS — As it most often happens, the rulings that come out of a court are about as easy to understand and interpret as trying to read a old newspaper laying on the bottom of a bucket of mud. Unless, of course, you are a lawyer. This has appeared to have happened with a ruling by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle, Washington. In a ruling on July 20, Federal District Judge Richard Cebull “vacated” a hearing scheduled for July 27. From the information that I have received, the hearing was to deal with why the 9th Court chose to overturn Cebull’s preliminary injunction against the USDA. The injunction had been granted based on a lawsuit brought by the beef cattle producer group, R-CALF. They wanted the USDA to be restrained from re-opening the Canadian border for the importation of feeder cattle and also slaughter cattle.

    55. Douglas Daily News
    Douglas — Plans are well underway for the 2005 Georgia Junior Beef Futurity This contest is open to any Hay or baleage producer in Alabama, Florida, Beef Futurity in Perry in July.htm
    Classifieds Americus Cordele Douglas ... Valdosta Updated: 10 Sep 2005 - 12:26:56 AM Search News and Opinion Frontpage Local News Sports Opinions ... Public Notices National News Top Stories U.S. News World News Politics ... Multimedia Customer Service Contact Us Subscribe Archive Rack Locations Douglas Area Americus Cordele Live Oak,FL Moultrie ... Write a letter to the Editor
    Ga. Beef Futurity in Perry in July Author: Randy Roberts
    Publication Date: 2005-06-29
    DOUGLAS — Plans are well underway for the 2005 Georgia Junior Beef Futurity to be held July 7, 8, and 9 in Perry at the Georgia Ag Center. And who was it that said 15 years ago that no one would ever attend a mid-summer show in July? They said, “It is too hot to have a summer show in Georgia.” In a change from past shows, the showing of older heifers has been eliminated. That means that this past years show heifers will no longer be eligible to show. Now, the Georgia Junior Beef Futurity will now be a true prospect show. Even with the elimination of the older heifers, it has been reported by the show organizers that this year’s show has attracted a record number of entries. As of June 20, the show had received 722 entries from 409 exhibitors.

    56. PH At A Glance...
    Private Dealer, Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art Halpert is a collector, curator, andauthor, Kunitz is also a contributing Editor to The Paris Review.
    Panel of Experts About powerHouse powerHouse Books Portfolio Review
    powerHouse Books, the premiere conceptual publisher of art photography and innovative illustrated books, proudly presents the powerHouse Portfolio Review.
    The powerHouse Portfolio Review is a platform for all levels of aspiring and professional photographers to present their body of work to be reviewed and critiqued by leading experts in the fields of photography, art, and media, and to offer guidance and mentorship for future artistic and commercial career development.
    The first powerHouse Portfolio Review was held on Sunday, February 20th, 2005 at the powerHouse Gallery , located at 68 Charlton Street (two blocks south of Houston, between Hudson and Varick). The Review was an astounding success, with 113 attendees and a 37-member *panel of experts. Each attendee was assigned four to five one-on-one reviews with members of our panel.
    Our panel of experts included the publisher and principals of powerHouse Books, a range of photo editors from Aperture to Vice, commercial photography agents, gallery directors, photography critics, and art book packagers and designers. To view the full list click here
    Tim Barber

    Photo Editor

    57. The Partial Observer - Letters To The Editor
    Letters to the Editor » Write a General Letter to the Editor A Quick Ten Daysin France by Michael H. Thomson (1), Phala Partin Hay, 05/26/2005

    58. Multi-Million Dollar Harvard University Scam Exposed By US Court
    Two senior Harvard University advisors, Andre Shleifer and Jonathan Hay After extensive summary judgment briefings, US District Judge Douglas P.

    59. Corner Gas The Web Site Executive Producers Brent Butt David
    Ron Hay Stohn Hay LLP Legal Counsel for Three ThirtyFive Productions Lance Douglas Lead Designer Karen McKinnon Project Manager Jason Korte
    Corner Gas The Web Site
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    Brent Butt
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    Kelly Phelan Business and Legal Affairs Shawn McGrath Basis Applied Technology, inc CEO Scott Fearnley Designers Scott Fearnley Katherine Inksetter Danielle Gallagher Technical Director Alexander Lamm Project Manager Jacquie Parry Graphic Artist Katherine Inksetter Programming and Implementation Team Doug Plant Bryerton Shaw James "Jimmy Jazz" Sas CTV Television CTV Executives in Charge of Production Louise Clark Brent Haynes ITV Specialist for CTV Andrew Cochran Manager, Business Affairs Kathy Scianitti Scott Henderson Produced in association with CTV and the BCE-CTV Groundbreaker Benefit Corner Gas The TV Series Season Two CAST Brent Brent Butt Lacey Gabrielle Miller Hank Fred Ewanuik Oscar Eric Peterson Emma Janet Wright Karen Tara Spencer-Nairn Davis Lorne Cardinal Wanda Nancy Robertson Produced By Prairie Pants Productions II Inc Created By Brent Butt Executive Producers Brent Butt David Storey Virginia Thompson Supervising Producer Mark Farrell Paul Mather Produced By Virginia Thompson David Storey Brent Butt Written By Brent Butt Mark Farrell Paul Mather Kevin White Andrew Carr Chris Finn Directed By David Storey Rob de Lint Trent Carlson Wendy Hopkins Jeff Beesley Senior Story Editor Kevin White Production Designer Hugh Shankland Director of Photography Anton Krawczyk csc Editors Jackie Dzuba Jason Nielsen Line Producer Mark Reid Unit Publicist Kim Nakrieko Holmes Creative Communications

    60. Xbox Mailbag - March 7, 2005
    I was the first Editor to start working an IGN site, the first to launch an IGN site Take er easy, she s my lady and that s what I say Hay that was Xbox GameCube PC Games ... My Wishlist Find Game SECTIONS CHANNELS Insider Members Games Entertainment IGN Services GET GAMES Compare Prices PARTNERS Saturn Guide to Extreme Games Dream Crib IGN Games ... Mailbag Mailbag From Mar 7, 2005 Mar 4, 2005 Mar 1, 2005 Feb 23, 2005 Feb 22, 2005 ... Jan 4, 2005 Mailbag 03.07.05 Your stuff in text, answered by me, in words of hefty weight and import (not). Founder
    Doug, are you the founder of IGN as we know it today? I read a piece on your site and it mentioned you as the one who started and then spun into IGN from there.
    I'm considered "a" founder. Not the founder. I was the first editor to start working an IGN site, the first to launch an IGN site (, and the most senior of all IGN editors, having been at IGN since August 1996. When I started there was a staff of seven people, including myself (Editor,, Adam Douglas (Editor,, Jeff Chen (Editor,, Eric Marcoullier (Webmaster), Eugene Wang (artist), Jonathan Simpson-Bint (publisher), and Chris Charla (Editor-in-chief of all sites).
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