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Give a brief biography of ten of the following people, and describe their contribution to Quakerism: Susan B. Anthony George Fox Rufus Jones Elton Trueblood

Anthony Benezet Elizabeth Fry R. J. Macy John Greenleaf Whittier

Robert Barclay Stephen Grellet Lucretia Mott John Wilber

Daniel Boone Nathaniel Greene James Naylor John Woolman

Henry Cadbury Joseph John Gurney William Penn

Mary Dyer Elias Hicks Isaac Pennington

Margaret Fell Elizabeth Hooten Betsy Ross

Quirkyalone is a term used to refer to someone who enjoys being single (but is not opposed to being in a relationship) and generally prefers to be alone rather than dating for the sake of being in a couple.

It was coined by To-Do List magazine publisher Sasha Cagen who wrote a magazine article in 2000 and a book Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics (2004) ISBN 006057898X.

A website includes more information as well as an online quiz: Are you a quirkyalone? An online community internet forum is active with a few thousand registered users.

International Quirkyalone Day is February 14 and was chosen as an alternative to "the marketing barrage" of St. Valentine's Day. It started in 2003 as a "celebration of romance, freedom and individuality".

The Quirkys are annual awards similiar to the Oscars Academy Awards in such categories as Best Quirkyalone Movie of 2004, Best Quirkyalone TV Show of 2004, Best Quirkyalone Book of 2004, Lifetime Quirkyalone Achievement Award, and others.

Examples of people who are Quirkyalones as listed on the website include: Ally McBeal, Angelina Jolie, Cher, Cleopatra, Joan of Arc, Katharine Hepburn, Oprah Winfrey, Oscar Wilde, Ralph Nader, and Walt Whitman.

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Oakland Chinatown
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37°47'57" N (37.799252)
122°16'17" W (-122.27145)
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 • Mayor Ron Gonzales
 • Total 461.5 km2 (178.2 sq mi)
 • Land 452.9 km2 (174.9 sq mi)
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List of mayors of Oakland, California

  • 45 1977 - 1991 Lionel Wilson city's first black mayor
  • 46 1991 - 1999 Elihu Harris
  • 47 1999 - Date Jerry Brown

48 Standard Tai Chi Chuan Commencing Qishi) 1. White Crane Spreads Its Wings (Baihe Liangchi) 2. Left Brush Knee and Step Forward (Louxi Aobu) 3. Left Single Whip (Zuo danbian) 4. Left Lute Posture (Zuo Pipashi) 5. Roll Back and Press Posture (Lujishi) 6. Left Deflect, Parry, and Punch (Zuo Banlanchui) 7. Left Ward Off, Roll Back, and Push (Zuo Penglujian) 8. Lean on a Diagonal (Xieshenkao) 9. Fist Under Elbow (Zhoudichui) 10. Reverse Reeling Forearm (Daojuan Gong) 11. Turn Body and Thrush Palm (Zhuanshen Tuizhange) 12. Right Lute Posture (You Pipashi) 13. Brush Knee and Punch Down (Louxi Caichui) 14. White Snake Spits Poison (Baishe Tuxin) 15. Slap Foot and Tame the Tiger (Paijian Fuhu) 16. Left Diagonal Back Fist (Zupoie Shenchui) 17. Piercing Fist and Lower Body (Chuanquan Xiashi) 18. Stand on One Leg and Prop Up Palm (Duli Chengzhang) 19. Right Single Whip (You Danbian) 20. Right Wave Hands Like Clouds (You Yunshou) 21. Left and Right Part the Horse's Mane (Zuoyou Fenzong) 22. High Pat on Horse (Gaotan Ma) 23. Right Heel Kick (You Dengjiao) 24. Strike to Ears with Both Fists (Shuangfeng Guaner) 25. Left Heel Kick (Zuo Dengjiao) 26. Cover Hand and Strike with Fist (Yanshou Liaoquan) 27. Needle at Sea Bottom (Haidizhen) 28. Fan Through Back (Shan Tong Bei) 29. Right and Left Toe Kick (Zuoyou Fenjiao) 30. Brush Knee and Step Forward (Louxi Aobu) 31. Step Forward, Grab and Punch (ShangbuQinda) 32. Appears Closed (Rufeng Sibi) 33. Left Wave Hands Like Clouds (Zuo Yunshou) 34. Right Diagonal BackFist (Youpie Shenchui) 35. Left and Right Shuttle Back and Forth (Zuoyou Chuansuo) 36. Step Back and Spear Palm (Tuibu Chuanzhang) 37. Insubstantial Stance and Press Palm Down (Xubu Yazhange) 38. Stand on One Leg and Lift Palm (Duli Tuozhange) 39. Lean in Horse Stance (Mabukao) 40. Turn Body and Large Roll Back (Zhuanshen Dalu) 41. Scoop Palm and Lower Body (Liaozhang Xiashi) 42. Step Forward and Cross Punch (Shangbu Shiziquan) 43. Stand on One Leg and Ride the Tiger (Duli Kuahu) 44. Turn Body and Sweep Lotus (Zhuanshen Bailian) 45. Pull and Bow land Shoot the Tiger (Wangong Shehu) 46. Right Deflect, Parry, and Punch (You Banlanchui) 47. Right Ward Off, Roll Back, Press, and Push (You Pengiujian) 48. Cross Hands (Shizishou) Closing (Shoushi)

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