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  • 84774Q22279Susan CollinsSusanCollinsCollins,_Susan1952 A U.S. Senator from Maine elected in 1997. Some or all works by this author are in the
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  • seek to uphold. E. Benjamin Nelson. Mike DeWine. Joe Lieberman. Susan Collins. Mark Pryor. Lindsay Graham. Lincoln Chafee. John McCain. John
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  • Act of 2004 (IRTPA) is an Act of Congress introduced by U.S. Senator Susan M. Collins of Maine. The Senate approved the bill 89-2, and President George W
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  • Tenet, FBI Director Mueller, and TTIC Director Brennan to Senators Susan Collins and Carl Levin on April 13, 2004.The letter did not mention any element
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  • Susan Collins & William Frist's Republican Response/ George W. Bush's First State of the Union Address→
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  • Coleridge, Sara Colet, John Collier, Jeremy Collins, John Collins, John Churton Collins, Mortimer Collins, William Collins, William Wilkie Colman, George, The
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  • Hugh Cockburn, Catharine Coleridge, Samuel Taylor Collier, Arthur Collins, Anthony Collins, William (1721-1759) Combe, George Concanen, Matthew Congreve,
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  • Susan Coolidge
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  • according to Collins on 23 April 1603, according to Doyle on 4 March 1607 (Collins, Peerage, ed. Brydges; Doyle, Official Baronage). He married Susan Villiers
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  • the Conqueror, and had long been settled at Brooksby in Leicestershire (Collins, Peerage, iv. 172-7, s.v. 'Jersey, Earl of '). He served as sheriff of
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  • edition  (1804)  by David Collins 1047933An account of the English colony in New South Wales, 2nd editionDavid Collins1804 Engraved by A. Cardon
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  • PORTER ("O HENRY") Two Renegades 363   ESSAYISTS AND DESCRIPTIVE WRITERS SUSAN DABNEY SMEDES A Southern Planter's Ideals of Honor 373 BASIL LANNEAU GILDERSLEEVE
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  • March 1804, by his marriage in 1775 with Sarah third daughter of Benjamin Collins of Milford, Salisbury, who died 7 Jan. 1847. He early chose law as a profession
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  • London, in September 1581, was the eldest son of Richard Isaacson, by Susan, daughter of Thomas Bryan (Visitation of London, 1633–5, Harl. Soc., ii
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  • eldest son of Sir William Hervey, knt., M.P., of Ickworth, Suffolk, by Susan, daughter of Sir Robert Jermyn, kt., of Rushbrook, Suffolk. Robert Sidney
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  • Evangelical Lutheran Church in America by Edward McGlynn Gaffney, Jr., Susan D. Reece Martyn, Henry J. Bourguignon, and Phillip H. Harris; for the Family
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  • himself a strenuous advocate of the conservative cause. In 1844 he married Susan, daughter of George Bennett, Q.C., and on her death in 1858 he withdrew
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  • Bristol, and he died during the succeeding summer vacation. He married Susan, daughter of Edmund Prideaux, by whom he left four daughters. The manor
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  • My aunt Susan. Frederic, H.
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  • of Edward Howard [q. v.], and of Lady Elizabeth, who married Dryden (Collins, Peerage of England, ed. Brydges, 1812). He was the author of two comedies
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