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* Clay, Jenny Strauss, " Immortal and ageless forever ", The Classical Journal 77. 2 ( December 1981: pp. 112 – 117 ).
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Clay and Jenny
At his death he was survived by Thomas, his sister's daughter Jenny Strauss Clay, and three grandchildren.
" Likewise Strauss's daughter, Jenny Strauss Clay, in a New York Times article defended her father against the charge that he was the " mastermind behind the neoconservative ideologues who control United States foreign policy.
Clay and Immortal
Calhoun was one of the " Great Triumvirate " or the " Immortal Trio " of Congressional leaders, along with his Congressional colleagues Daniel Webster and Henry Clay.
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Bessemer licensed the patent for his process to four ironmasters, for a total of £ 27, 000, but the licensees failed to produce the quality of steel he had promised — it was " rotten hot and rotten cold ", according to his friend, William Clay — and he later bought them back for £ 32, 500.
Jackson and his followers immediately labeled Clay and Adams as striking a “ corrupt bargain ", and they continued to lambast the President until the 1828 election.
Henry Clay is credited with introducing the mint julep drink to Washington, D. C., at the Willard Hotel during his residence as a senator in the city .< ref >" Round Robin Bar ", Willard InterContinental Washington
Webster was considered the Northern member of a trio known as the " Great Triumvirate ", with his colleagues Henry Clay from the West ( Kentucky ) and John C. Calhoun from the South ( South Carolina ).
Although the Kansas Constitution was amended in 1986 to allow the sale of alcoholic liquor by the individual drink with the approval of voters, Clay County has remained a prohibition, or " dry ", county.
A drawing of an aptychus which was mistakenly described as a bivalve and given the name " Trigonellites latus ", from the Kimmeridge Clay Formation in England
features a fictitious musical within a film, called " Spectacular Spectacular ", which itself may have been based on an ancient Sanskrit play, The Little Clay Cart.
Many of the popular 1990s Christian bands were initially identified as " Christian alternative rock ", including Jars of Clay, Audio Adrenaline and the later albums of dc Talk.
Lincoln's " Eulogy to Henry Clay ", June 6, 1852 provides the most cogent expression of his reflective patriotism.
In late 1994, Clay Walker reached number one with " If I Could Make a Living ", which Jackson co-wrote.
Clay disc recordings of Crowley's voice can be heard on a handful of Fields of the Nephilim songs, specifically on Elizium ; one of Fields of the Nephilim's biggest hits, " Moonchild ", shares a name with one of Crowley's novels.
A 1943 soil classification had named the volcanic clay known locally as " blacksoil ", being the predominant soil type of the irrigation area, as " Cununurra Clay " and " Cununurra " was put forward as a possible name, among others in 1960.
This area was also home to many legendary musicians: George Jones, Clarence " Gatemouth " Brown, Janis Joplin, Barbara Lynn, Edgar and Johnny Winter, J. P. Richardson aka " The Big Bopper ", country stars Mark Chesnutt, Tracy Byrd, and Clay Walker, and Jimmy and David Lee Kaiser, and rappers Pimp C and Bun B of UGK. Also the Sword
* Horowitz, Wayne, " Trouble in Canaan: A Letter of the el-Amarna Period on a Clay Cylinder from Beth Shean ", Qadmoniot 27 ( 1994 ), pp. 84 – 86 ( Hebrew ).
While not self-identified as a Christian music artist, Aiken was featured in Christian Music Planet as an " American Idol Christian " in 2004, and in a cover story, " Clay Aiken's Balancing Act ", in the January / February 2005 issue.
In his February 25 speech ending the debate on the tariff, Clay captured the spirit of the voices for compromise by condemning Jackson's Proclamation to South Carolina as inflammatory, admitting the same problem with the Force Bill but indicating its necessity, and praising the Compromise Tariff as the final measure to restore balance, promote the rule of law, and avoid the " sacked cities ", " desolated fields ", and " smoking ruins " that he said would be the product of the failure to reach a final accord.
Clay and Classical
Built in Classical Revival style of architecture, it is the only building in Clay County holding county government offices and records.
The Loeb Classical Library and the Clay Sanskrit Library are two examples of dual-language series of texts.
Clay and Journal
His father bought him a cheap printing press ; which, with the help of his younger brother Henry ( Harry ) Clay Baum, with whom he had always been close, he used to produce The Rose Lawn Home Journal.
Following the death of the World Journal Tribune, New York editor Clay Felker organized a group of investors who bought the name and rights, and successfully revived the weekly in 1968.
The Journal was an organ of the Whig Party, founded and edited by George D. Prentice, a New Englander who initially came to Kentucky to write a biography of Henry Clay.
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Such ranchers as Coble and Clay and the Bosler brothers carried him on their books as a cowhand even while he was receiving a much larger salary from parties unknown.
Repeated efforts -- beginning with the Missouri Compromise of 1821 -- were made by such master moderates as Clay and Douglas to resolve the difference peacefully by compromise, rather than clear thought and timely action.
Remembering the step-by-step fate of Danzig and the West German misgivings about `` salami '' tactics, it is to be hoped that the dispatch of General Clay to West Berlin as President Kennedy's representative will mark a stiffening of response not only to future indignities and aggressions but also to some that have passed.
I pay my personal tribute to Sam Rayburn, stalwart Texan and great American, not only because today he establishes a record of having served as Speaker of the House of Representatives more than twice as long as Henry Clay, but because of the contributions he has made to the welfare of the people of the Nation during his almost half century of service as a Member of Congress.
Other sources of information include the National Concrete Masonry Association, 38 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, Ill., the Portland Cement Association, 33 West Grand Avenue, Chicago, Ill., and the Structural Clay Products Association, Washington, D.C..
The Structural Clay Products Institute, Washington, D.C., is working to develop brick and clay products suitable for shelter construction.
Builder Eddie Carr of Washington, past president of NAHB, cut his bricklaying costs $150 a house by adopting the `` SCR masonry process '' worked out after careful time-&-motion studies by the Structural Clay Products Research Foundation to help bricklayers do better work for less.
At Lexington, Kentucky, Palfrey consulted with Cassius M. Clay on the same subject, but with no apparent result.
He said that from his experience of two years with Gen. Clay in West Berlin administration, that `` Russia respects our show of strength, but that presently we're not acting as we should and must ''.
In announcing Jorda's return, the orchestra also announced that the sale of single tickets for the 50th anniversary season will start at the Sherman Clay box office on Wednesday.
Through Jack Hamrick, William fell into the world of automobile promotion and got several accounts for Shoals and Clay.
" He closely followed Henry Clay in supporting the American Colonization Society program of making the abolition of slavery practical by helping the freed slaves to settle in Liberia in Africa.
Realizing Clay was unlikely to win the presidency, Lincoln, who had pledged in 1846 to serve only one term in the House, supported General Zachary Taylor for the Whig nomination in the 1848 presidential election.
* 1873 – The Clay Street Hill Railroad begins operating the first cable car in San Francisco's famous cable car system.
and occupies a small triangular-shaped section of which Randolph and Clay counties, together with the northern part of Tallapoosa and Chambers, form the principal portion.
Henry Clay introduced in the Senate a series of resolutions, the Compromise of 1850, to allow admission while addressing concerns of both sides of the issue ; at the same time Johnson introduced a similar more streamlined version of compromise in the House.
At the suggestion of his friend Benjamin Ruff, Carnegie's partner Henry Clay Frick had formed the exclusive South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club high above Johnstown, Pennsylvania.