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  • Nevada. A triangulation party climbed and measured Blanco Peak, near Fort Garland, in Colorado, which, if not the highest, is next to the highest peak
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  •  109 TOMPKINS  v.  LITTLE ROCK FORT S. RAILWAY WILLIAMS John R. Dos Passos, U. M. Rose, Jno. McClure, and A. H. Garland, for appellants. John F. Dillon
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  • Fortaleza Fort Augustus Abbey Bl. Adrian Fortescue Fortitude Fortunato of Brescia Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus Diocese of Fort Wayne Forty
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  • Fort Lincoln Fort Lyon Fort Mackay Fort Mann Fort Orleans Fort Riley Fort Saunders Fort Scott Fort Sill Fort Titus Fort Wakarusa Fort Wallace Fort Wayne
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  • 489 489 U.S. 1 (1989) Texas Monthly, Inc. v. Bullock 489 U.S. 46 (1989) Fort Wayne Books, Inc. v. Indiana 489 U.S. 87 (1989) Blanchard v. Bergeron 489
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  • bill. Lukins appealed, and the case was now here for review. Mr. A. H. Garland, for the appellant, went into an analysis of the evidence to show fraud
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  • Dillon, Winslow S. Pierce, and Harry Hubbard, for plaintiff in error. A. H. Garland, for defendant in error. Mr. Justice GRAY, after stating the case, delivered
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  • K. Garland, Hempstead county. A. H. Carrigan, Hempstead county. Joseph Jester, Hot Spring county. F. W. Desha, Independence county. Urban E. Fort, Independence
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  • Cumberland again fitted out an expedition, consisting of the queen's ship Garland and seven others ; he was again accompanied by Captain Monson, and sailing
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  • (p.471): L. A. Coolidge - Attorney-General Knox, Lawyer (p.474): Hamlin Garland - Hippy, The Dare-Devil (p.480): Cale Young Rice - The Victory (p.482):
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  • decisive. By a movement by the left flank Garland could have led his men beyond the range of the fire from Black Fort and advanced towards the northeast angle
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  • through the subordinate ranks, and on 14 Feb. 1737–8 was posted to the Garland, a 20-gun frigate attached to the fleet in the Mediterranean under the
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  • are to this day. It also finds favour for personal adornment, trailing garlands of this exquisite green being singularly becoming to a clear brown skin
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  • syllables), interrog. pronoun, gen. sing., whose? Nouns corō´na, wreath, garland, crown fā´bula, story (fable) pecū´nia, money (pecuniary) pugna, battle
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  • his assistant, the Rev. Joseph F. Deane; St. Patrick's, the Rev. E. F. Garland; St. Philomena's (German), the Revs. John N. Neuman, Julius P. Saenderl
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  • he successively served, on the Home and Mediterranean stations, in the Garland 28, Capt. John Erskine Douglas, Ville de Paris, flag-ship of Earl St. Vincent
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  • of the Shark sloop – on 18 of the same month, as Acting-Captain, to the Garland frigate – and, on 25 May following, to the Sparrow 16. During the long
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  • Service Allowances and Allotments  • Executive Order 9983 − Exemption of Garland S. Ferguson From Compulsory Retirement for Age  • Executive Order 9984
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  • had accomplished that portion of the journey which lay between Fort Selkirk and Fort Yukon. It had kept at a shorter or a longer distance from it so
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  • Lord Wentworth. In the following May he was sent by Sir W. Raleigh in the Garland ‘to annoy the Spanish fleet’ off the coast of Spain, while Sir John Burroughs
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