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  • , Bruxell., Bonon., Ital. Mut., Socc. Reg. Gotting., Et Hafn., Upsal., Harlem. Acad. Amer. Bost., Et Soc. Amer. Philad. Socius, Acad. Panorm., Socc. Georg
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  • find hope amid ninety-seven neighborhood blocks in the heart of Harlem. This is the home of the Harlem Children's Zone - an all-encompassing, all-hands-on-deck
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  • established a color-factory in Harlem, afterward removing it to Norwalk, Conn., where his building was destroyed by fire. In 1842 he founded a chemical
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  • millions—from steamships and invested it in the stock of various railroads. He soon had control of the New York Central, the Harlem, the Erie and other roads, all
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  • which a part of the Hudson river traffic makes its way by the Harlem river. The Harlem is a place of anchorage for small craft. The narrow approaches
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  • Caxton.’ After having spent 1,500 marks in gifts and expenses they succeeded in bringing over from Harlem one of Cuthenburg's (sic) under-workmen, whose
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  • Engineers, 1887, lxxxix. 470-3; Gevers D'Endegeest's Du Dessechement du Lac de Harlem, 1849-61, pt. ii. p.1 2, &c.; Boase and Courtney's Bibl. Cornub. i. 260
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  • in Boston, the American Chemical Society in Cleveland, the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education at Niagara Falls, etc. For a general meeting
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  • age 20 Elections: held every four years (next in 1985) Political parties and leaders: Labor, Gro Harlem Brundtland; Conservative, Jo Benkow; Center, Johan
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  • in a narrow line of hill, which again, on the eastern side, sinks rapidly into a plain bordering on the Harlem and East Rivers, and known as Harlem Flats
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  • Bronx, consisting of all that portion of the city lying N. or E. of the Harlem river, between the Hudson and the East rivers and Long Island Sound, including
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  • Alliance of East Harlem Pc v. Jackson O Llc 04-4493-Cv 430 F.3d 595 (2005) Df Df Nf v. Ramapo Central School District 430 F.3d 600 (2005) In Re: Christine
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 46/March 1895/The Mutual Aid Society of the Senses (category Neurology articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    by giving lessons in mathematics. He lives in New Jersey, and comes to New York every day alone, sometimes going as far as Harlem. The list which is
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  • participants in Texas helped to immunize over 100,000 children. Fifty participants in New York City operated summer day school programs at the Harlem Freedom
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  • in recognition of his gift. His first important railroad venture was in 1863, when he purchased a large part of the stock of the New York and Harlem railroad
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  • named vice president of Chock Full O' Nuts in 1957 and later co-founded the Freedom National Bank of Harlem. (10) Leading by example, Jackie Robinson influenced
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  • represented in the following table: Neighborhoods No. 1. North Bronx District 7 No. 2. South Bronx District 7 No. 3. West Side and Harlem District 7 No
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  • of Manhattan island, and separated from it by Spuyten Duyvel creek and Harlem river. It is bounded N. by the city of Yonkers; E. by the Bronx river, which
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 49/July 1896/Sketch of Jacob Moleschott (category Biographies of scientists in Popular Science Monthly)
    clericum non decimat (Clergy does not take tithes of clergy)." In 1844 the Teyler Society of Harlem offered a prize for the best dissertation on Liebig's theory
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  • Swanton, 118 m. Including Swanton branch to Canada line, 10 m. The Addison, Harlem Extension, Missisquoi, Rutland, Vermont and Canada, Vermont and Massachusetts
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