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Other Revolutionary War heroes who became figures of American folklore include: Benedict Arnold, Benjamin Franklin, Nathan Hale, John Hancock, Andrew Jackson, and John Paul Jones and Francis Marion.
Her collaborators included Laurindo Almeida, Harold Arlen, Sonny Burke, Cy Coleman, Duke Ellington, Dave Grusin, Quincy Jones, Francis Lai, Jack Marshall, Johnny Mandel, Marian McPartland, Willard Robison, Lalo Schifrin and Victor Young.
According to historian and Herald for Wales, Major Francis Jones, 1908 – 1993, the introduction of the recipe can be attributed to Captain Henry Lewis Edwardes 1788 – 1866.
In October 1660, at Charing Cross or Tyburn, London, ten were publicly hanged, drawn and quartered: Thomas Harrison, John Jones, Adrian Scroope, John Carew, Thomas Scot, and Gregory Clement, who had signed the king's death warrant ; the preacher Hugh Peters ; Francis Hacker and Daniel Axtell, who commanded the guards at the king's trial and execution ; and John Cooke, the solicitor who directed the prosecution.
Apart from this, and allowing several poor-quality tenements to be erected, the Russells did little with the land until the 4th Earl of Bedford, Francis Russell, an active and ambitious businessman, commissioned Inigo Jones in 1630 to design and build a church and three terraces of fine houses around a large square or piazza.
The square was originally laid out in 1630 when the 4th Earl of Bedford, Francis Russell, commissioned Inigo Jones to design and build a church and three terraces of fine houses around the site of a former walled garden belonging to Westminster Abbey.
St Paul's, commonly known as the Actors ' Church, was designed by Inigo Jones as part of a commission by Francis Russell in 1631 to create " houses and buildings fitt for the habitacons of Gentlemen and men of ability ".
Other prominent transcendentalists included Louisa May Alcott, Charles Timothy Brooks, Orestes Brownson, William Ellery Channing, William Henry Channing, James Freeman Clarke, Christopher Pearse Cranch, Walt Whitman, John Sullivan Dwight, Convers Francis, William Henry Furness, Frederic Henry Hedge, Sylvester Judd, Theodore Parker, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, George Ripley, Thomas Treadwell Stone, Emily Dickinson, and Jones Very.
Stoke Bruerne Park in Northamptonshire was built by Sir Francis Crane, “ receiving the assistance of Inigo Jones ”, between 1629 and 1635.
Francis Jones ( DR )
Many notable actors appeared on the series, including Ed Asner, Mary Astor, Roscoe Ates, Gene Barry, Ed Begley, Barbara Bel Geddes, Charles Bronson, Edgar Buchanan, Macdonald Carey, Art Carney, John Cassavetes, Jack Cassidy, Dabney Coleman, Tom Conway, Joseph Cotten, Bob Crane, Hume Cronyn, Robert Culp, Bette Davis, Francis De Sales, Bruce Dern, Brandon deWilde, Angie Dickinson, Diana Dors, Robert Duvall, Denholm Elliott, Peter Falk, John Forsythe, Anne Francis, Lorne Greene, Edmund Gwenn, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Charles Herbert, Dame Wendy Hiller, Skip Homeier, Lou Jacobi, Joyce Jameson, Carolyn Jones, Don Keefer, Brian Keith, Jack Klugman, Jessie Royce Landis, Peter Lawford, Christopher Lee, Cloris Leachman, Peter Lorre, John McIntyre, E. G. Marshall, Herbert Marshall, Walter Matthau, Darren McGavin, John McGiver, Lee Majors, Jayne Mansfield, Steve McQueen, Tyler McVey, Audrey Meadows, Joyce Meadows, Vera Miles, Elizabeth Montgomery, Joanna Moore, Roger Moore, Vic Morrow, Leslie Nielsen, Robert Newton, Fess Parker, George Peppard, James Philbrook, Sydney Pollack, Judson Pratt, Robert Redford, Michael Rennie, Burt Reynolds, William Shatner, Dan Sheridan, Henry Silva, Barbara Steele, Jan Sterling, Dean Stockwell, Stella Stevens, Beatrice Straight, Jessica Tandy, Torin Thatcher, Rip Torn, Dick Van Dyke, Robert Vaughn, Richard Waring, Dennis Weaver, Estelle Winwood, Joanne Woodward, Fay Wray, and Keenan Wynn.
** Al Schmitt, Bruce Swedien, Francis Buckley & Tommy Vicari for Q's Jook Joint performed by Quincy Jones
* Francis, R. Douglas, Richard Jones, Donald B. Smith.
Short was in Pure Luck, directed by Nadia Tass, with Danny Glover and Sheila Kelley and in Three Fugitives, directed by Francis Veber, with Nick Nolte and James Earl Jones.
From then until he died twenty years later Hines recorded endlessly both solo and with jazz notables like Cat Anderson, Harold Ashby, Barney Bigard, Lawrence Brown, Dave Brubeck ( they recorded duets in 1975 ), Jaki Byard ( duets in 1972 ), Benny Carter, Buck Clayton, Cozy Cole, Wallace Davenport, Eddie " Lockjaw " Davis, Vic Dickenson, Roy Eldridge, Duke Ellington ( duets in 1966 ), Ella Fitzgerald, Panama Francis, Bud Freeman, Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Paul Gonsalves, Stephane Grappelli, Sonny Greer, Lionel Hampton, Coleman Hawkins, Johnny Hodges, Peanuts Hucko, Helen Humes, Budd Johnson, Jonah Jones, Max Kaminsky, Gene Krupa, Ellis Larkins, Marian McPartland ( duets in 1970 ), Gerry Mulligan, Ray Nance, Oscar Peterson ( duets in 1968 ), Russell Procope, Pee Wee Russell, Jimmy Rushing, Stuff Smith, Rex Stewart, Maxine Sullivan, Buddy Tate, Jack Teagarden, Clark Terry, Sarah Vaughan, Joe Venuti, Earle Warren, Ben Webster, Teddy Wilson ( duets in 1965 & 1970 ), Jimmy Witherspoon, Jimmy Woode and Lester Young.
* Major Francis Jones, Wales
* De Mortuis — Adapted by Francis M. Cockrell for Alfred Hitchcock Presents, October 14, 1956 ( Season 2, Episode 3 ), starring Robert Emhardt, Cara Williams, and Henry Jones.
Corby, Crisp, Feetham, Finlayson, Francis, Hook, Holmes, Jones, Randall, Richardson, Tewkesbury
Born Again, Colson's personal memoir reflecting on his religious conversion and prison term, was made into a 1978 dramatic film starring Dean Jones as Colson, Anne Francis as his wife Patty, and Harold Hughes as himself.
( She was the daughter of Robert Boyle-Walsingham by his wife Charlotte, daughter of Sir Charles Hanbury Williams by his wife Frances, daughter of Thomas Coningsby, 1st Earl Coningsby by his wife Frances, daughter of Richard Jones, 1st Earl of Ranelagh by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Willoughby, 5th Baron Willoughby of Parham, son of William Willoughby, 3rd Baron Willoughby of Parham by his wife Frances, daughter of John Manners, 4th Earl of Rutland who was younger brother of the 15th Baron de Ros.
Fogg Building, Francis Bancroft Building, G. O. Jones Building, Joseph Priestley Building, Lock-keeper ’ s Graduate Centre, and the Mathematical Science Building, are all located within the Mile End campus.
Comedians and actors use this comedic method as part of their act, e. g. Rodney Dangerfield, Bruce Campbell, Steven Wright, Emo Philips, Tommy Cooper, Mark Linn-Baker, Henny Youngman, Mitch Hedberg, Dan Mintz, Zach Galifianakis, Demetri Martin, Jimmy Carr, Anthony Jeselnik, Tim Vine, Milton Jones, Shmuel Breban, Stewart Francis etc.
So since the 1960s and with further collecting in the 1970s by people like Dave Jones ( late of Silurian Morris ( founded 1969 ) and later the Not For Joes ) and Keith Francis ( of Silurian Morris ) a distinctive " Border Morris " style has grown.

Jones and Clifford
A widely related story, attributed to Richard ( Prophet ) Jennings was that Davis, while in Detroit playing at the Blue Bird club as a guest soloist in Billy Mitchell's house band along with Tommy Flanagan, Elvin Jones, Betty Carter, Yusef Lateef, Barry Harris, Thad Jones, Curtis Fuller and Donald Byrd stumbled into Baker's Keyboard Lounge out of the rain, soaking wet and carrying his trumpet in a paper bag under his coat, walked to the bandstand and interrupted Max Roach and Clifford Brown in the midst of performing Sweet Georgia Brown by beginning to play My Funny Valentine, and then, after finishing the song, stumbled back into the rainy night.
These groups ( ranging from quartets to sextets ) included tenor saxophonists Bobby Jaspar and Clifford Jordan, cornetist Nat Adderley, trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, pianists Tommy Flanagan and Cedar Walton, and drummers Elvin Jones, Albert " Tootie " Heath, and Max Roach.
Gene Palmer, Randle Walker ; 1971, Mike Buchanan, Lindsey Roberts ; 1972, Rueben Bussey, Bobby Price, Avery Downing ; 1973, Maurice Jones ; 1974, Coach Ben Pannel, Roy Green, Bobby Hunt, Stanley Lawrence ; 1975, James Brack, Bobby Mowrey, Jerry Malone ; 1976, Pres Young, Rex Scroggins, Dick Ford ; 1977, Robert Knight ; 1979, Jackie Walker, Gregg McNeal ; 1980, Windy Haggard, Syd Keasler, Zell Roberts, Wilber Ingram ; 1981, Kenny Rowe, Martin Luther King Jr, Danny Malone ; 1982, Jimmy Killion, Gene Grammer ; 1983, David Powell, Jerry Bunt ; 1984, Doug Floyd, Ken Jones ; 1985, Mike Trice, Scooter Taylor ; 1986, Brian Koechel, Bryon Lawrence ; 1987, Donald Taylor ; 1988, Jimmie Tallant ; 1989, Tommy Roberts ; 1990, Chris Shafer, Larry Gideon ; 1991, Randy Clark, Clifford Shaw ; 1992, Jimmy Lynn Grimes, Ricky Lawrence ; 1993, Linty Ingram ; 1995, Jeff Brownlee, Ron Gideon ; 1996, John Martin ; 1997, Rob Floyd ; 1998, Steve Green, Patrick Gill ; 1999, J. B. Rodgers ; 2000, Les Langley ; 2001, Rodney Flake ; 2002, Donnie Muckleroy
The Masters was started by Clifford Roberts and Bobby Jones.
* Clifford Franklin # 81 ( WR ) ( Orlando Jones ) — A stockboy in a mini mart who can outrun anyone, but cannot catch anything.
As the 60's progressed, he recorded some twenty additional albums as a leader, and continued to record as a sideman on the albums of other artists, including Wayne Shorter's Night Dreamer ; Stanley Turrentine's Mr. Natural ; Freddie Hubbard's The Night of the Cookers ; Hank Mobley's Dippin ', A Caddy for Daddy, A Slice of the Top, Straight No Filter ; Jackie McLean's Jackknife and Consequence ; Joe Henderson's Mode for Joe ; McCoy Tyner's Tender Moments ; Lonnie Smith's Think and Turning Point ; Elvin Jones ' The Prime Element ; Jack Wilson's Easterly Winds ; Reuben Wilson's Love Bug ; Larry Young's Mother Ship ; Lee Morgan and Clifford Jordan Live in Baltimore 1968 ; Andrew Hill's Grass Roots ; as well as on several albums with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers.
In June 1960 Hubbard made his first record as a leader, Open Sesame, with saxophonist Tina Brooks, pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Sam Jones, and drummer Clifford Jarvis.
In 1953, he also recorded sessions with the trumpet virtuoso Clifford Brown, and Philly Joe Jones.
He joined Lionel Hampton's orchestra around 1953, sharing the trumpet chairs within the organization with Clifford Brown and Quincy Jones.
His friend Clifford Roberts, a New York City investment dealer, knew of Jones's desire, became aware of a promising property for sale in Augusta, Georgia, where Jones's wife had grown up, and informed Jones about it.
The tournament, jointly run by Jones and Clifford Roberts, made many important innovations which became the norm elsewhere, such as gallery ropes to control the flow of the large crowds, many scoreboards around the course, the use of red / green numbers on those scoreboards to denote under / over par scores, an international field of top players, high-caliber television coverage, and week-long admission passes for patrons, which became extremely hard to obtain.
Some of Gray's better known voice roles include Charley on Clifford the Big Red Dog, A. J. on The Fairly OddParents ( replacing Ibrahim Haneef Muhammad in that role ), Sam on Rocket Power, Mitch in Whatever Happened to Robot Jones ?, and Bobby the Inquisitive Boy on The Weird Al Show.
On flight day two, the Red Team crew of Commander Gutierrez, Pilot Chilton and Linda M. Godwin began its sleep shift about 5 pm Central time, to awaken at 2 am The Blue Team crew members, Jay Apt, Michael R. Clifford and Thomas D. Jones, awakened about 4 pm to begin their third flight day on orbit, and would go to bed about 5 am
The Blue Team — Jay Apt, Rich Clifford and Tom Jones — reported several visual observations including fires burning in Africa and a line of thunderstorms over northeastern Brazil.
Following the news conference, Commander Sid Gutierrez, Pilot Kevin Chilton and Flight Engineer Rich Clifford checked the orbiter systems while the payload crew of Mission Specialists Linda Godwin, Jay Apt and Tom Jones documented activity with the payload.
Founded by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts on the site of a former indigo plantation, the course was designed by Jones and Alister MacKenzie and opened for play in January 1933.
A single, " Circlesquare " was released shortly after, and just before Paul Clifford replaced Jones on the bass in the spring of 1990.
In the 1950s Hallberg played with leading visiting American players, including the trumpeter Clifford Brown and the tenor saxophonist Stan Getz and also Quincy Jones.
Basic's list of authors includes Christopher Andrew, Anthony Appiah, Isaac Asimov, Robert Axelrod, Susan R. Barry, Daniel Bell, John Bradshaw, Allan Brandt, Richard Brookhiser, Zbigniew Brzezinski, William F. Buckley, Stephen Carter, Iris Chang, George Chauncey, Stephanie Coontz, Dinesh D ’ Souza, Devra Davis, Richard Dawkins, Hernando de Soto, Jared Diamond, Michael Eric Dyson, Thomas B. Edsall, Richard Evans, Graham Farmelo, Niall Ferguson, Richard Feynman, Richard Florida, Robin Lane Fox, Sigmund Freud, Howard Gardner, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Clifford Geertz, George Gilder, Barry Glassner, Robert Harms, Judith L. Herman, Christopher Hitchens, Douglas Hofstadter, Samuel P. Huntington, Jacqueline Jones, June Jordan, Leszek Kołakowski, Lawrence Krauss, Irving Kristol, George Lakoff, Edward Larson, Christopher Lasch, Mary Lefkowitz, Lawrence Lessig, Claude Levi-Strauss, Bernard Lewis, Robert Jay Lifton, Jeff Madrick, Nelson Mandela, Benoit Mandelbrot, Ernst Mayr, Walter A. McDougall, John McWhorter, Dana Milbank, Alice Miller, Walter Mosley, Charles Murray, Richard John Neuhaus, Donald Norman, Robert Nozick, Joseph S. Nye, Jr., James T. Patterson, Orlando Patterson, Jean Piaget, Steven Pinker, Karl Popper, Samantha Power, Diane Ravitch, Eugene Rogan, Juliet Schor, Brent Scowcroft, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Lee Smolin, Timothy Snyder, Thomas Sowell, Ian Stewart, Cass Sunstein, Beverly Daniel Tatum, Lester Thurow, Sherry Turkle, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Michael Walzer, Elizabeth Warren, George Weigel, Steven Weinberg, Cornel West, Frank Wilczek, A. N.
During the events of that story, Jo falls in love with Professor Clifford Jones ( Stewart Bevan ), a young, Nobel Prize-winning scientist leading an environmentalist group.
Jo's romantic interest, Clifford Jones, in The Green Death is posited both as " a younger counterpart to the Doctor " and " his ' appropriate ' replacement within the heteronormative order ".

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