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Benjamin Franklin

  1. Benjamin Franklin is a grandchild of a Peter Folger, a brother of Mary Folger.
  2. Benjamin Franklin is a genius and he was a great contributor to journalism. (Web site)
  3. Benjamin Franklin is the most awesome guy to ever have lived. (Web site)
  4. Benjamin Franklin is the most awesome guy to have ever lived. (Web site)
  5. Benjamin Franklin was a hero of Colonial America and remains the most famously multi-talented figure in the nation's history.

China Forbes

  1. And what singer China Forbes lacks in range and dynamics, she more than compensates for in attack, approach, and a clear understanding of the material.
  2. I adored China Forbes' debut album, Love Handle, though, and if I ran a major label she'd be signed to it by now. (Web site)
  3. China Forbes is an American singer and songwriter, and the lead singer of Pink Martini. (Web site)

Aaron Stanford

  1. Aaron Stanford grew up in Westford, Massachusetts, a small town about 30 minutes away from Boston. (Web site)
  2. Will Traveler is played by Aaron Stanford on ABC's drama series Traveler.
  3. On the heels of that film, Aaron Stanford began preparing for roles in Spartan and Rick in 2003, and Winter Solstice (2004). (Web site)


  1. ABELE: Thank you very much. (Web site)
  2. KEENAN: Karl Abele is a very good student, indeed. (Web site)
  3. Abele went on to the University of Vermont where he received his BA in Music Theory, and then to Towson University for his M.Mus. (Web site)

Abigail Williams

  1. Abigail Williams is a less complex character whose motivations are simple; she is a clear villain with straightforward malicious motivation. (Web site)

Agnes Moorehead

  1. Agnes Moorehead - what members say.
  2. Agnes Moorehead was an actress.
  3. Agnes Moorehead was offered a role twice. (Web site)

Alan Kay

  1. Alan Kay - The nearest thing to a personal page, at Squeakland site, biography with tiny photos of some early work. (Web site)
  2. Alan Kay is a brilliant software developer and microcomputer pioneer. (Web site)

Albert Pike

  1. Albert Pike is the only Confederate military officer or figure to be honored with a statue in Washington D.C. The statue sits in Judiciary Square. (Web site)
  2. Albert Pike is the only Confederate military officer or figure to honored with a statue in Washington D.C. The statue sits in Judiciary Square.
  3. Albert Pike was brought into the Supreme Council and, in 1859, Pike was elevated to Commander of the Southern Jurisdiction.


  1. Alden was arrested and brought to Salem to face the girls. (Web site)

Alexander Graham Bell

  1. The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf was founded in 1890 to develop the potential of hearing-impaired children and adults.
  2. The third best known American inventor of the pre-atomic age, after Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell, is probably Eli Whitney. (Web site)
  3. In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell received a patent for his telephone. (Web site)

Alexander Parris

  1. Alexander Parris is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Alison Folland

  1. Claude (Alison Folland) is a raw-boned girl graduating from high school. (Web site)
  2. Alison Folland posters, filmography, news, and forum.
  3. And, at near-end, Alison Folland is shrewdly ambiguous as Lydia, the ambitious embodiment of Suzanne?s unchartable legacy.

Al Davis

  1. Following a series of uncharacteristic losing seasons, Al Davis hired Jon Gruden.
  2. The Raiders would later succeed by going as far as the AFC Championship game, under a primarily foreign offense than that of Al Davis' 'vertical game'.
  3. Al Davis attended Syracuse University, where he played baseball and football. (Web site)


  1. Ames is a character in the alternate history novel Gettysburg, written by Newt Gingrich and William Forstchen.
  2. Ames was another matter. (Web site)
  3. Ames was born in Easton, Massachusetts, the son of Oliver Ames, a blacksmith who had built a business of making shovels. (Web site)
  4. Ames was born in Rockland, Maine, son of a sea captain named Jesse Ames.
  5. Ames was clearly stung by the dissent of two justices: Chief Justice Paul Dudley and Justice Benjamin Lynde, a newcomer to the bench. (Web site)

Amy Johnson

  1. Amy Johnson is a news reporter and anchor for Boston's NBC affiliate, WHDH. Her husband, George Huggins, is a Marine Captain currently serving in Iraq.
  2. On June 24, 2004, after reportedly not having boxed for over a year, Harding was beaten in a match in Edmonton, Alberta by boxer Amy Johnson. (Web site)

Amy Poehler

  1. Amy Poehler: A large number of Star Wars fans in New York posted messages on Craiglist, looking for dates to the movie-s opening night. (Web site)
  2. Amy Poehler: A new book, called The Case of the Female Orgasm, argues that the female orgasm has no evolutionary function. (Web site)
  3. Amy Poehler: An anti-wrinkle facial moisturizer that is made out of semen, is being produced in Mexico. (Web site)
  4. Amy Poehler: The principal of an elementary school in New Mexico kissed a frog as part of a promise she made to her students if they met their reading goal. (Web site)

Anita Shreve

  1. Anita Shreve is a guilty pleasure of mine.
  2. Anita Shreve is a writer I've admired for a long time.
  3. Anita Shreve is also the author of the acclaimed novels Eden Close, Strange Fits of Passion, Where or When, and Resistance.
  4. Anita Shreve is an immensely readable novelist with well-constructed sentences and expertly-chosen words. (Web site)
  5. Anita Shreve was born in Springfield Massachusetts, the birthplace of basketball.

Anson Jones

  1. Anson Jones was a veteran of San Jacinto, minister to the U.S.,Secretary of State and the last President of the Texas Republic. (Web site)
  2. Anson Jones was born in Massachusetts in 1798.

Arthur Gilman

  1. The architect, Arthur Gilman, also designed the Back Bay street plan.
  2. In 1845, Arthur Gilman established and architectural practice in Boston and began to carry out his ideas about the Gothic Revival.
  3. It enjoys national significance as well for being a well preserved representative example of its building type and as an early work of Arthur Gilman.

Ashley Burns

  1. COOPER: As with many people her age this was supposed to be an exciting time for 14-year-old Ashley Burns, the young girl from Medford, Massachusetts. (Web site)
  2. Ashley Burns, 14, complained of abdominal pain and had trouble breathing shortly after the stunt, police Chief Alfred P. Donovan said. (Web site)
  3. ADAORA UDOJI, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Ashley Burns was a cheerleading star in the making, a 4'9", 90-pound dynamo. (Web site)


  1. Azathar is a self-proclaimed geek, an assessment that his cousin Chris would also agree with. (Web site)

Barbara Walters

  1. Barbara Walters is a scabby old octopus. (Web site)
  2. Barbara Walters is a television superstar who broke through the male dominated news broadcasting. (Web site)
  3. Barbara Walters was born on September 25, 1931 in Boston, Massachusetts to Louis Walters, a nightclub owner and theatrical producer and his wife Dena. (Web site)
  4. Barbara Walters was born, however unwillingly, into show business.
  5. Barbara Walters was married and divorced. (Web site)


  1. Josiah Bartlett, one so named is listed as a charter member of King Solomon's Lodge, Charlestown, Massachusetts.
  2. Returning to Richmond, Bartlett saw the rise of the Freedom Party and actively opposed it, supporting instead the Radical Liberals.
  3. We had a headboard suitably inscribed for Bartlett's grave this afternoon.

Bartlett Giamatti

  1. His father, A. Bartlett Giamatti, was a professor of Renaissance Literature at Yale University, and went on to become the university's youngest president.
  2. Son of Bartlett Giamatti, late president of Yale University, major league baseball commissioner and nemesis of Pete Rose.
  3. This article was derived fully or in part from the article A. Bartlett Giamatti on Wikipedia.

Ben Affleck

  1. Ben Affleck was born on August 15th 1972 in California.
  2. BEN AFFLECK is an Oscar-winning screenwriter in addition to being one of the busiest actors in Hollywood.
  3. Ben Affleck is the latest high-powered celeb with sobriety problems. (Web site)
  4. Ben Affleck is the new face of the British deodorant LYNX.
  5. Ben Affleck was out on the town with his 2-year-old daughter, Violet.

Ben Foster

  1. Ben Foster is a great actor, I really do admire that guy. (Web site)
  2. Ben Foster is also the name of an actor.
  3. Ben Foster was born on October 29, 1980 in Boston, Massachusetts to a Jewish American family; he has a younger brother, Jon, who has also become an actor.

Bette Davis

  1. Bette Davis is a piece of Americana living in almost every corner of the world; nobody can forget Betty Davis's eyes.
  2. Bette Davis is an isolated, neurotic woman helped by psychiatrist Claude Rains, and falling in love with Paul Henreid. (Web site)
  3. Bette Davis was 81 years old.
  4. Bette Davis was a fireball on and off screen, and this book does good justice in illustrating that.
  5. Bette Davis was married four times.

Betty Parris

  1. Betty Parris was a normal human. (Web site)


  1. Boston are descendents of Sebastian Cabot who was born in Venice.
  2. Boston is a city of neighborhoods, colleges, and wonderful walking trails designed to help visitors learn about its glorious past. (Web site)
  3. Boston is a major center for arts and culture. (Web site)
  4. Boston is also one of the birthplaces of the hardcore punk genre of music.
  5. Boston is also the United States federal government center for New England.

Candy Cummings

  1. Candy Cummings was later enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, mostly to honor his claim as the inventor of the curveball. (Web site)


  1. Caprice is a graduate of Leadership Cleveland---s Class of 2005.
  2. Caprice is a two storey villa recently completely refitted with marble floors and top quality fixtures and furnishings. (Web site)

Casey Affleck

  1. Ben also has a younger brother, actor Casey Affleck, who was born in 1975. (Web site)
  2. Casey Affleck: Ben Affleck's younger brother, Casey, followed Ben and pal Matt Damon's lead (they all had the same high school drama teacher) and.
  3. The film, expected in theaters next year, stars younger brother Casey Affleck, Michelle Monaghan, Ed Harris, and Morgan Freeman.

Castillo Susie

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Charlie Pierce

  1. Charlie Pierce is a library.
  2. Charlie Pierce is an idealist who would like to paint the world in pastel colors, and live in peace and harmony with others at all times. (Web site)
  3. Charlie Pierce is one of my favorite journalists in all the world. (Web site)


  1. Corwin was one of he judges. (Web site)

Cotton Mather

  1. Cotton Mather is an attractive subject for the psychoanalyst. (Web site)
  2. Cotton Mather was a member of the Royal Society, England's scientific association. (Web site)
  3. Cotton Mather was the son of influential minister Increase Mather. (Web site)
  4. Cotton Mather was used as a character in the Marvel comic book Universe.
  5. The name "Cotton Mather" appears in a number of stories by H. P. Lovecraft, usually when a character is somehow related to the witches of New England.

Creighton Abrams

  1. Creighton Abrams was Army-oriented even then. (Web site)

Crispus Attucks

  1. Crispus Attucks was living in Boston during this time. (Web site)
  2. Crispus Attucks was the first to fall in the celebrated "Boston Massacre" of 1770. (Web site)

David Kelley

  1. David Kelley was born in 1956 and is originally from Maine. (Web site)

David Morse

  1. David Morse is a freelance journalist based in Connecticut and a member of Storrs (CT) Friends Meeting.
  2. David Morse is a senior lecturer in the Computing Department.
  3. David Morse is an American stage, television, and cinema actor.
  4. David Morse was born on 17 June 1765 at Sutton, MA; under the name Morss.

Deborah Sampson

  1. Deborah Sampson was the first known American woman to impersonate a man in order to join the army and take part in combat.
  2. Deborah Sampson returned home, married a farmer named Benjamin Gannett, and had three children.
  3. Deborah Sampson served in the Revolutionary War disguised as a man. (Web site)


  1. DeMille is a master of the seamless blend of plot and character.
  2. DeMille was already showing his interest in the epic since The Squaw Man was the first full length length (six reels) film. (Web site)
  3. DeMille was delighted when she suggested to him the idea of the Book of Exodus, as a source of the prologue. (Web site)
  4. DeMille was married to Constance Adams, and they had four children. (Web site)
  5. DeMille was not the first person to ever shoot a film in Hollywood, but when he arrived in late 1913, he decided to stay. (Web site)

Donnie Wahlberg

  1. Donnie Wahlberg is an actor.
  2. Donnie Wahlberg was a member of the teeny-bopper band New Kids on the Block and had the connections in the industry. (Web site)

Don Orsillo

  1. Don Orsillo is the current play-by-play announcer for the Boston Red Sox. (Web site)
  2. Best quote: Don Orsillo's "Make him stop!" Delivered in a fit of laughter, of course. (Web site)

Doug Flutie

  1. In the final game of the season, Doug Flutie performed the first successful dropkick extra point since 1941. (Web site)
  2. Doug Flutie, the future Canadian Football League and Buffalo Bills star, played one game for the Patriots during a players' strike in 1987.

Doug Stanhope

  1. Doug Stanhope is a Libertarian candidate for pres in '08.
  2. Doug Stanhope is a stand-up comic who claimed his fame with performances on the now defunct, The Man Show.
  3. Doug Stanhope is a stand-up comic.

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