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* " Linwood ", written and performed by Jon Chandler on The Grand Dame of the Rockies – Songs of the Hotel Colorado and the Roaring Fork Valley ; winner of the 2009 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Song
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Northfield calls itself the " Gateway to the Shore ", just over the bridge from the beaches, and is located about west of Atlantic City, bordering the municipalities of Pleasantville, Egg Harbor Township, Linwood and Margate.
On June 28, 1882, the name was changed to Linwood, derived from a combination of the words " line " and " wood ", since it was on the line between two different townships and it was also heavily wooded.
Charles Linwood Williams ( born March 8, 1960 in Rocky Mount, North Carolina ), better known as " Buck ", is a retired American professional basketball player and current assistant coach for the Portland Trail Blazers.
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Though Wise worked only as editor on Citizen Kane, it is likely that while working on the film he became familiar with the optical printer techniques employed by Linwood Dunn, inventor of the practical optical printer, to produce effects for Citizen Kane such as the image projected in the broken snowglobe which falls from Kane's hand as he dies.
In May 1860, a treaty was signed at Sarcoxieville, northeast of Linwood, by Chief Sarcoxie of the Delaware and by the United States.
But, according to the Kansas Historical Collections, the town of Stranger had its name changed to Linwood by Senator William A. Harris because of his great appreciation for the linwood trees that were abundant in the vicinity of Stranger Creek.
The Township is bounded by Hamilton Township and Galloway Township to the west and north, respectively, the cities of Absecon, Pleasantville, Northfield, Linwood and Somers Point to the east, Longport and Ocean City to the southeast and the city of Estell Manor to the south.
Linwood was originally incorporated as a borough by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 20, 1889, from portions of Egg Harbor Township, based on the results of a referendum held the previous day.
Linwood operates under the City form of New Jersey municipal government, led by a Mayor and a seven-member City Council.
He was sired by the first Rin Tin Tin and his mother was Champion Asta of Linwood, also owned by Lee Duncan.
The club were formed in 1956, in response to an article in the " Johnstone & Linwood Gazette " newspaper from a journalist that had been ordered out of the newspaper's office on the corner of Johnstone's Rankine Street by the office manager with instructions not to return until he had a story.
After Chrysler UK was bought by Peugeot Talbot, a review of the plant and associated models decided to close the Linwood plant in favour of retaining the Ryton plant near Coventry.
This state of the town was immortalised in the December 1987 song Letter from America by The Proclaimers, the lyrics " Linwood no more " referring to the car factory being demolished and the resultant need to leave your Scottish home.
There are three primary schools, two non-denominational ; Woodlands Primary School, and East Fulton Primary School and one Roman Catholic ; Our Lady of Peace, and by two nearby secondary schools ; one Roman Catholic, St Benedicts, one non-denominational ; Linwood High School, newly rebuilt on its former site.
Malcolm in the Middle was an American television sitcom created by Linwood Boomer for the Fox Broadcasting Company.
The Linwood, Scotland, body plant of manufacturer Pressed Steel was in turn contracted by Jensen to create the unibody shell, which then taken by rail to be assembled at Jensen in West Bromwich, England.
The Linwood car plant manufactured the Hillman Imp, a competitor to BMC's Mini, and provided up to 9, 000 jobs during peak production but was closed by Peugeot-Citroen in 1981.
The move to Linwood was forced upon the company by the British government, which had introduced the principle of " industrial development certificates " ( IDCs ).
Lost production caused by constant strike action by the Linwood workforce only added to the problems, and the mess was further exacerbated by crippling warranty claims.
Following the Hillman Avenger's move to Linwood in 1976, the very last European Hunters were assembled in the Santry plant, Shanowen Road, Ireland from " complete knock down " ( CKD ) kits until production ended in 1979 – but no evidence exists to suggest that the Talbot badge was applied to any production Hunter following Chrysler Europe's 1978 takeover by Peugeot, and the application of that badge to other Chrysler models sold on or after 1 August 1979.
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Vannevar Bush was born in Everett, Massachusetts, on March 11, 1890, the third child and only son of Perry Bush, the local Universalist pastor, and his wife Emma Linwood née Paine.
When the name Stranger became a problem for the Postal Service who confused Stranger with a nearby town also named Stranger ( referred to as " Big " Stranger ), the town was renamed Linwood on December 20, 1877.
Much of Linwood ’ s commerce came from the saw mills on the river, so the town had grown very near the banks of the Kansas River ( affectionately known as the “ Kaw ” River ) that flows eastward to the Missouri.
Over the ensuing centuries, portions of the township were taken to create many new municipalities: Hamilton Township on February 5, 1813 ; Atlantic City on May 1, 1854 ; Absecon on May 1, 1854 ; South Atlantic City ( now Margate City ) on September 7, 1885 ; Pleasantville on January 10, 1889 ; Linwood on February 20, 1889 ; Somers Point on April 24, 1886 ; Longport on March 7, 1898 ; Ventnor City on March 17, 1903 ; and Northfield on March 21, 1905.
Following the War, Holt spent an increasing amount of time at his plantation Linwood, located southwest of Lexington, where he operated a scientific farm on his, and where, as President of the North Carolina Agricultural Society, Holt was among the first to introduce purebred breeds of livestock to North Carolina.
The expansion and economy of Linwood from 1961 onwards relied heavily on the Rootes, later Chrysler then Peugeot Talbot car plant, and the associated Pressed Steel Company body parts pressing facility.
Paul Linwood was brought in from Chester City, should hugely targeted Ryan Bennett be on his way, but after rejecting 2 offers from Peterborough United, the club tied the young skipper on an improved 4 year contract.
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* May 31 – Mecklenburg Correctional Center-6 inmates-including James and Linwood Briley escape from a death row facility, the first and only occasion this has ever happened in the US.
At RKO, Linwood Dunn used a travelling matte to create " wipes " – where there were transitions like a windshield wiper in films such as Flying Down to Rio ( 1933 ).
One of the many problems was that Linwood was over away from Ryton, and the engine castings although made in Linwood, would have to be sent to Ryton to be machined and assembled, and then sent back up to be put on the cars – a round trip.
In the end a complex schedule of trains shifting completed cars and raw castings down south and trains loaded with engine – gearbox assemblies and many other Ryton sourced goods ran north for the duration of Linwood Imp production.
John " Tiger " Linwood Fox ( April 2, 1907 – April 6, 1954 ), or Tiger Jack Fox as he was better known, was a colorful, hard punching, American light heavyweight boxer.