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  • Edward Twitchell Hall, Jr. (May 16, 1914 – July 20, 2009) was an American anthropologist and cross-cultural researcher. He is remembered for developing
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  • television series, to "stop evil". Association was established between Mark Twitchell, of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, during his first-degree murder trial, and
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  • Roy Barcroft as Monks William Hall as Slim J. Farrell MacDonald as Scotty MacKronish Archie Twitchell as Ramsey Edward Gargan as Dolan Chester Clute as
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  • the Cowardly Dog. Murray voiced the villainous corporate executive Mr. Twitchell on the Christmas special Frosty Returns. "Murray Brothers - Caddyshack
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  • Twitchell Memorial Chapel and the Wolverine Den (student center; actually the renovated North Bridgton Church). The residence halls are: Cleaves Hall
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  • notable Hall of Famers like tennis legend Billie Jean King, two‒time Olympic track and field gold medalist Mal Whitfield.  Alumni Kent Twitchell Retrieved
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  • Larry Twitchell. In addition to pitching 15 games for the Wolverines, Twitchell played 44 games in left field and 9 games in center field. Twitchell had
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  • most creative periods of his life as a composer. After marrying Harmony Twitchell in 1908, they moved into their own apartment in New York. He had a remarkably
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  • Max Theon Edred Thorsson Johannes Trithemius Paul Twitchell Mellie Uyldert Doreen Valiente Arthur Edward Waite Samael Aun Weor William Wynn Westcott Colin
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  • Mark Twitchell, of Edmonton, Alberta, during his first-degree murder trial. After weeks of testimony and evidence presented in court, Twitchell was found
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  • 1914 John W. Hyatt 1915 Edward Weston 1916 Leo H. Baekeland 1917 Ernst Twitchell 1918 Auguste J. Rossi 1919 Frederick G. Cottrell 1920 Charles F. Chandler
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  • New York Historical Society. 1955. p. 127. Retrieved 9 March 2012.  Twitchell, James B. (18 March 2011). Look Away, Dixieland: A Carpetbagger's Great-Grandson
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  • Sy Sutcliffe Billy Taylor Sam Thompson β Sam Trott Dasher Troy Larry Twitchell Walt Walker Joe Weber Jake Wells Deacon White Will White Art Whitney
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  • Lou Gehrig (category College Baseball Hall of Fame inductees)
    September 1933, Gehrig married Eleanor Twitchell (1904–1984), the daughter of Chicago Parks Commissioner Frank Twitchell. In a 1936 World Series cover story
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  • Mexico. William T. Thornton (1891–1892) Manuel Valdez (1892–1893) Ralph E. Twitchell (1893–1894) J.H. Sloan (1894–1895) Charles F. Easley (1895–1896) Pedro
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  • Service was appointed the chief medical officer of the prison and Edward W. Twitchell became a consultant in psychiatry for Alcatraz in January 1934. The
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  • least as vampire like personalities in "Heathcliff as Vampire," James Twitchell argues that heathcliff is meant to be seen as vampire like, without actually
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  • McCoy (1992) Edward McGrath (1949) Bill Prevey (1952) Lou Roe (1995) Al Skinner (1974) John Stewart (1936) Billy Tindall (1968) Rodger Twitchell (1964) Harper
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  • accusing him of mutiny and other crimes, and the Captain, the Honorable Edward Fairfax Vere, brings them together for an informal inquiry. At this encounter
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  • and recognition given to male artists at that time. The muralist Kent Twitchell painted an 11,000-square-foot mural in Downtown Los Angeles to honor Ruscha
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