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Among the notable alumni of AFI are: Darren Aronofsky, Jon Avnet, Keith D. Black, Wally Pfister, Stuart Cornfeld, Bill Duke, Edward James Olmos, Carl Colpaert, Rodrigo García, Steve Golin, Patrick Creadon, Amy Heckerling, Marshall Herskovitz, Janusz Kamiński, Matthew Libatique, Mimi Leder, David Lynch, Terrence Malick, John McTiernan, Paul Schrader, Frank Spotnitz, Mark Waters, Gary Winick, Edward Zwick, and Susannah Grant.
Before Franklin D. Roosevelt, attempts at a third term were encouraged by supporters of Ulysses S. Grant and Theodore Roosevelt ; neither of these attempts succeeded.
He was popular with his classmates, however, and befriended a number of men who would become prominent during the Civil War, including George Henry Thomas, William S. Rosecrans, John Pope, D. H. Hill, Lafayette McLaws, George Pickett, and Ulysses S. Grant of the class of 1843.
Grant met with prominent black leaders for consultation, and signed a bill into law that guaranteed equal rights to both blacks and whites in Washington D. C.
The Wiradjuri language had effectively died out of everyday spoken use, but has recently been reclaimed from early European anthropologist's records and from words contributed by several Wiradjuri families, by elder Stan Grant, a member of the Wiradjuri Elder's Council, and John Rudder Ph. D., who has previously studied Australian Aboriginal languages in Arnhem Land.
* Joe D. Smith, Jr., the publisher of the Alexandria Daily Town Talk from 1962 until his retirement in 1996, was a native of Grant Parish.
Rephlex Records is a record label started in 1991 by electronic musician Richard D. James ( aka Aphex Twin ) and Grant Wilson-Claridge.
As of June 2010, the Bulldogs coaching staff is composed of: Jason Pierce, Head Football Coach ; Ashley Adams, Head Volleyball Coach ; Doug Hyatt, Head Girls Basketball and Softball Coach ; Grant Champagne, Head Boys Basketball Coach ; Joe Tkacz, Head Baseball Coach ; and Matt Peters, A. D.
The name was derived from the surname initials of the eight founding settlers of 1881: John Grant, Matthew Edge, George Robinson, Thaddeus Mead, Dr. W. W. French, Ezekiel Ackley, Oscar ( O. D.
* 1885-Horace Grant Underwood, Presbyterian missionary, and Henry Appenzeller, Methodist missionary, arrive in Korea ; Scottish Ion Keith-Falconer goes to Aden on the Arabian peninsula ; " Cambridge Seven " -- C. T. Studd, M. Beauchamp, W. W. Cassels, D. E. Hoste, S. P. Smith, A. T. Podhill-Turner, C. H. Polhill-Turner — go to China as missionaries with the China Inland Mission
* Bray, D. W., Campbell, R. J., & Grant, D. L. ( 1974 ).
The members of the Borough Council are Howard Berner ( R, 2012 ), Austin Ashley ( D, 2012 ), Dominic Colucci ( R, 2013 ), Randi Duffie ( D, 2014 ), Hedy Grant ( D, 2014 ), Diego Robalino ( R, 2013 ) and Celeste Scavetta ( R, 2011 ).
Three years later, with almost 30 families living in the settlement, it was renamed Grantsville in honor of George D. Grant, the leader of a detachment of the Nauvoo Legion militia sent to control hostile Native Americans in the Tooele Valley.
The album contains appearances by Asher D of So Solid Crew on " Ready Steady Go ", and Grant Lee Philips, founder of the 90's Los Angeles rock band Grant Lee Buffalo is also included with Carmen Rizzo's version of his song " Motion ".
* Jones, Grant D. Maya Resistance to Spanish Rule — Time and History on a Colonial Frontier.
Sheridan was supposed to lead troops in the Grand Review of the Armies in Washington, D. C., but Grant had appointed him commander of the Military District of the Southwest on May 17, 1865, six days before the parade, with orders to defeat Smith without delay and restore Texas and Louisiana to Union control.
* 2001-2005: Grant D. Aldonas
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Notable published authors on chaos magic include John Balance, Peter J. Carroll, Jan Fries, Jaq D. Hawkins, Robert Anton Wilson, Phil Hine, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Jozef Karika, Ian Read, Ray Sherwin, Lionel Snell and Ralph Tegtmeier.
Following his arrival at Halifax, Arthur toured the country for eight weeks and made a visit in January 1870 to Washington, D. C., where he met with President Ulysses S. Grant.

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But General Grant may have been self-victimized.
Grant called it prompt, skillful and brilliant.
Dr. Wilson C. Grant, of the Veterans' Administration Hospital, Coral Gables, Florida, and the University of Miami School of Medicine, set out to discover if avocados, because of their high content of unsaturated fatty acids, would reduce the cholesterol of the blood in selected patients.
The Outing Club also owns a chain of fourteen cabins and several shelters, extending from the Vermont hills, just across the river from the college, through Hanover to the College Grant -- 27,000 acres of wilderness 140 miles north up in the logging country.
The governor's move into the so-called `` blue law '' controversy came in the form of a letter to Miss Mary R. Grant, deputy city clerk of Central Falls.
Mr. Notte was responding to a resolution adopted by the Central Falls City Council on July 10 and sent to the state house by Miss Grant.
The governor wrote Miss Grant that he has been concerned for some time `` with the continuous problem which confronts our local and state law enforcement officers as a result of the laws regulating Sunday sales ''.
Miss Eileen Grant is spending several weeks visiting in Florida.
Last two to be added before the book went to press were the marriages of Meredith Jane Cooper, daughter of the Grant B. Coopers, to Robert Knox Worrell, and of Mary Alice Ghormley to Willard Pen Tudor.
Grant all this -- still, when modern Unitarianism and the Harvard Divinity School recall with humorous affection the insults Parker lavished upon them, or else argue that after all Parker received the treatment he invited, they betray an uneasy conscience.
Lincoln closely supervised the war effort, especially the selection of top generals, including commanding general Ulysses S. Grant.
Each time a general failed, Lincoln substituted another until finally Grant succeeded in 1865.
At the same time, after initial setbacks, Grant laid siege to Vicksburg and the Union navy attained some success in Charleston harbor.
General Ulysses S. Grant's victories at the Battle of Shiloh and in the Vicksburg campaign impressed Lincoln and made Grant a strong candidate to head the Union Army.
Responding to criticism of Grant after Shiloh, Lincoln had said, " I can't spare this man.
" With Grant in command, Lincoln felt the Union Army could relentlessly pursue a series of coordinated offensives in multiple theaters, and have a top commander who agreed on the use of black troops.
Nevertheless, Lincoln was concerned that Grant might be considering a candidacy for President in 1864, as McClellan was.
He obtained Congress's consent to reinstate for Grant the rank of Lieutenant General, which no officer had held since George Washington.
Grant waged his bloody Overland Campaign in 1864.
The high casualty figures of the Union alarmed the North ; Grant had lost a third of his army, and Lincoln asked what Grant's plans were, to which the general replied, " I propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer.
The Confederacy lacked reinforcements, so Lee's army shrank with every battle, forcing it back to trenches outside Petersburg, Virginia, where Grant began a siege.
This allowed the president to confer in person with Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman about the hostilities, as Sherman coincidentally managed a hasty visit to Grant from his position in North Carolina.

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