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- Ferguson (1896), the Court upheld a Louisiana Jim Crow law requiring the segregation of blacks and whites on railroads and mandating separate railway cars.
- Ferguson, the Court held that separate but equal was inherently unequal in the context of public education.
- Ferguson, the Court rules that "separate but equal" facilities for different races are acceptable.
- Ferguson was a child prodigy who first soloed with the Canadian Broadcasting Company Orchestra at the age of 11.
- Ferguson is the brother of the current Manchester United manager, Alex Ferguson.
- Plaintiff has responded in opposition to these motions, and the president and Ferguson have each filed a reply to plaintiff's response to their motions.
- It is a little known fact that Chris Ferguson was president of his college ballroom dance club.
- Ferguson was born in Auckland, New Zealand, the son of four-times Olympic gold medal winning canoeist Ian Ferguson.
- Ferguson previously managed East Stirlingshire and St. Mirren, before a highly successful period as manager of Aberdeen.
- In 1999, Peter joined Maynard Ferguson and Big Bop Nouveau, touring and recording for three years before returning to Las Vegas.
- In 1945, at age 17, Ferguson became the leader of his own Big Band.
- I thought you would love Craig Ferguson, considering he worked in Cleveland for years.
- William Ferguson (Ind) rejoined the NDP caucus on June 21, 1994, having been cleared of all charges.
- Man Utd boss Sir Alex Ferguson accuses Real Madrid of lacking morals in their bid to sign Cristiano Ronaldo.
- Man Utd boss Sir Alex Ferguson has re-iterated his belief that Liverpool will not sign Gabriel Heinze.
- Fergie (born Stacy Ann Ferguson on March 27, 1975 in Whittier, California), is an American pop and R and B singer, songwriter, and actress.
- Adam Ferguson, also known as Ferguson of Raith (June 20, 1723 (O.S.) - February 22, 1816) was a philosopher and historian of the Scottish Enlightenment.
- Adam Ferguson is the author of When Money Dies, which is about hyperinflation during the Weimar Republic.
- He took over as manager of Ipswich Town in the summer of 1987 following the departure of Bobby Ferguson.
- Otis Ferguson (1907-1943) was an American writer most famous for his music and film reviews in The New Republic in the 1930s.
- Ferguson should have never aired all of those "Linda Stender is Spender" ads.
- By the way, Apl.de.ap's real name is Allen Pineda Lindo, Taboo's real name is Jamie Gomez, and Fergie's real name is Stacy Ferguson.
- Initially Ed Cassidy, Randy California, Jay Ferguson and Mark Andes use to jam together in a band called the Red Roosters the year before.
- Jesse Ferguson is an American boxer who fought in several noteworthy boxing matches in the 1980's and 1990's.
- He went on to play with trumpeter Maynard Ferguson, where he first met Wayne Shorter after having had an influence in hiring him.
- Fortuna is the name of a cryptographically secure pseudo-random number generator design by Niels Ferguson and Bruce Schneier.
- Schneier is now referring people trying to implement actually secure systems to his new book with Niels Ferguson, Practical Cryptography.
- David Ferguson,[ 37] it was found in small claims court that Ferguson personally did owe him money, resulting in a settlement under $500.
- The world economy, money, and the great depression 1919-1939 (1976) Hall Thomas E. and J. David Ferguson.
- During Juanda's win in that event, he outlasted Phil Ivey, Chris Ferguson and Robert Williamson to win the title.
- Phil Ivey: I was involved from the very beginning when Chris (Ferguson) told me he was working on a site.
- Therefore, the Ferguson Rifle probably was not practical mechanically when invented, or for years to come.
- Ben Ferguson (born 1982) hosts a nationally syndicated, talk-radio show, The Ben Ferguson Show.
- Callum Ferguson, age 20, SA: Had a very good season last summer, averaging nearly 40 at first-class level.
- South Australia, who cannot reach the final, have taken the opportunity to return Callum Ferguson to the side for his first game since before Christmas.
- MacDonald won a gold medal in the K2 500m with Ian Ferguson,a silver medal in the K2 1000m also with Ferguson, and a bronze medal in the K1 500m.
- Ian Ferguson is a former track and field athlete from New Zealand.
- Ian Ferguson is an award-winning playwright and humorist whose commentaries have been widely broadcast on radio and television.
- Walter Maynard Ferguson (May 4, 1928 – August 23, 2006) was a Canadian jazz trumpet player and bandleader.
- Walter Maynard Ferguson, best know for his extreme high register control on trumpet, was a Canadian jazz trumpet player and bandleader.
- He missed the remainder of the season and officially announced his retirement on September 8, 2003 after John Ferguson, Jr.
- John Ferguson - Though he was far more than a simple goon, everyone remembers the physical exploits of this key Montreal Canadiens rugged winger.
- His favourite game during his three-year Bay Area stay came in November against the Canadiens and his old friend, John Ferguson, a 2-1 home-ice victory.
- The Duchess of York, formerly Miss Sarah Ferguson, is the second daughter of the late Major Ronald Ferguson and his former wife, the late Mrs.
- Media coverage of the royal family only increased after Prince Andrew married Sarah Ferguson in July of 1986.
- Elsie Ferguson eventually followed the move west and bought a home in the hills of Hollywood, California.
- You can also catch her in an episode of Doc on PaxTV; and alongside Don Ferguson and Kathryn Greenwood in the new CBC comedy XPM.
- Walt Terrell beat the Cubs and Ferguson Jenkins at Shea on this date in 1983.
- Ferguson is best-known for his work on the comedy series "The Drew Carey Show" where he played Carey's boss, Nigel Wick.
- Craig Ferguson is a Scottish celebrity who starred on The Drew Carey Show as Mr. Wick, Drew's British boss, for several years.
- Craig Ferguson is a CPA in both Texas and California with 8.5 years experience in public accounting.
- Craig Ferguson (born May 17, 1962) is a Scottish - American comedian, television host, actor, and writer.
- Paisley's achievement remained unsurprassed in English football until Sir Alex Ferguson won the Premiership title with Manchester United in 2001.
- Sir Alex Ferguson has suggested that Manchester United will prioritise the Champions League this season.
- Redknapp is the second oldest manager in the Premiership after Sir Alex Ferguson, but he still has another five to ten years left in management.
- Ferguson and Barlow (2001) estimate a total abundance of 32,678 beaked whales in the genus Mesoplodon in the eastern Pacific (corrected for missed animals).
- Two milestone papers are cited, in which Ferguson plots were used to estimate the effective pore size of agarose and polyacrylamide gels.
- When Alex Ferguson stunned everyone in English football with the deal of the decade that aquired him from Leeds, few knew the impact Eric would make.
- Mike Ferguson, the de jure organizer of the conference, is scrambling to deal with a crush of new media requests.
- Fourth, I won't be writing too much tomorrow night as I'll be at a reading of Will Ferguson 's new book, Beauty Tips from Moose Jaw.
- All of which is simply an excuse for me to tell you about Miff Mole, and to reproduce a rather good (IMHO) piece of writing by Otis Ferguson.
- Mourinho's win over Manchester United foreshadowed a move to the English league, where he and manager Alex Ferguson would compete in the Premier League.
- However, while he is admired by Sir Alex Ferguson, sources at Old Trafford believe Raul is too old to make a significant impact on the Premier League.
- Director Bobby Charlton was knighted for his services to football and Alex Ferguson received a CBE in the Honours list.
- Ferguson case that in 1896 had established the principle of separate but equal facilities.
- The rationale offered for the revised outcome was that the fight was actually stopped because Ferguson could not (rather than would not) continue boxing.
- Sir Alex Ferguson is well known for his ability to protect his superstars and curb their partying lifestyle.
- Still, hardly a game passed without Ferguson being involved in a fight.
- Bloody hell.' On 12 June 1999, Alex Ferguson received a knighthood in recognition of his services to the game.
- In the Olympic Games in Los Angeles, 1984 he earned two gold medals (K2 500m with and K4 1000m with Grant Bramwell, Alan Thompson and Ferguson).
- Ronaldo's precocious talent caught the attention of Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson and he signed the 18-year-old for £12.24 million in 2003.
- When United lost their first league match 3-1 to Aston Villa, the media swooped upon Ferguson with undisguised glee.
- This action caused a lot of controversy within fans and in the media, but the player declined claims that he had had a rift with manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
- This seems a quaint attitude when historians such as Simon Schama, Niall Ferguson, Norman Stone and Martin Gilbert are media stars.
- He began his career in animation in 1928, when he joined the Walt Disney Studio, becoming an assistant to animator Norman Ferguson.
- The year was 1999 and Chris Ferguson was looking for a career.
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