06.03.2012 [Yahoo! Contributors Network] - The tomb, located at Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, is the burial spot for the former president, his wife Mary and three of their four sons, William, Thomas and Edward, noted the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. * Designed by sculptor Larkin
08.03.2012 [NJ.com] - By Linda Ocasio/The Star-Ledger William Thomas Cain/Getty ImagesRadio talk show host Rush Limbaugh appears in this 2003 file photo. Advertisers continue to flee the Rush Limbaugh radio show like rats from a stinking ship, a week after his vicious
05.03.2012 [NJ.com] - By Star-Ledger Staff William Thomas Cain/Getty ImagesRadio talk show host Rush Limbaugh appears in this 2003 file photo. For decades, conservative radio talker Rush Limbaugh has drawn support from his legions of "dittoheads," his loyal listeners who
02.03.2012 [GlobalPost] - (William Thomas Cain/AFP/Getty Images) A drunken man in an SUV briefly closed Philadelphia International Airport by driving through a chain-link fence and onto several runways, according to news reports. A passenger jet was just seconds away from
29.02.2012 [Toledo Blade] - Throughout the gymnasium, the likes of Helen Keller, Cleopatra, Johnny Cash, Michelle Obama, and Hillary Clinton rubbed shoulders with Walt Disney, Prince William, Thomas Edison, Abraham Lincoln, and dozens of other famous people.
11.03.2012 [Peoria Journal Star] - "Throwaway Girl," by David Heinzmann, 6-8 pm March 15, I Know You Like a Book, 4707 N. Prospect Ave., Peoria Heights. Call 685-2665. "The William Thomas Jackson Lecture in Science," given by Mary Crowe, 7:30 pm March 22, Eureka College Cerf Center.
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Obituary for William Clyde Thomas | Dr. William Clyde Thomas passed away on February 18, 2018 in Orange Park, FL. He was born on March 1, 1951 in Battle Creek, MI to the late William M. and Elizabeth M. Thomas.
William Thomas Stead (1849-1912), usually known as "W. T. Stead," was a prominent investigative journalist in Victorian England. He was a friend of Annie Besant before she became associated with the Theosophical Society. He asked her to write a review on H. P. Blavatsky's newly publish magnum opus ...