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Madison and Blue
Duos of equal importance on TV such as Kate McArdle and Allie Lowell ( Kate & Allie ), Oscar Madison and Felix Unger ( The Odd Couple ), Bret Maverick and Bart Maverick ( Maverick ), Captain Scarlet and Captain Blue ( Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons ), or Laverne De Fazio and Shirley Feeney ( Laverne & Shirley ), are sometimes both called sidekicks to each other, although the usual sense of the term denotes inequality.
Its signature brands were Butternut and Blue Seal breads, and Dolly Madison cakes.
Madison Lake is a city in Blue Earth County, Minnesota, United States.
In 2005, Cates Kline opened her own boutique called Blue Tree on New York's Madison Avenue.
The village is adjacent to the Town of Blue Mounds, and although in a rural area, is part of the Madison Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Blue Mounds is located west of Madison in Dane County near its border with Iowa County.
Modern unisex names may derive from nature ( Lake, Rain, Willow ), colors ( Blue, Grey, Indigo ), countries or states ( Dakota, India, Montana ), surnames ( Jackson, Mackenzie, Murphy ), and politicians ( Kennedy, Madison, Reagan ).
The firm's clients include the Brooklyn Brewery, Jet Blue, Target, Coach, Trump, Eleven Madison Park, Alessi, Juilliard, the Rubin Museum of Art, Theatre for a New Audience, the School of Visual Arts, Bread Alone, ADV Magazine's Philly Gold Awards, Philip Roth, Clay Felker, and numerous periodicals.
Old Rag Mountain is a popular hiking destination with a summit elevation of, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia's Madison County, near Sperryville.
In 1971, at the urging of Cavaliers founder Don Warren and Troopers founder Jim Jones, the Blue Stars, Cavaliers, Madison Scouts, Santa Clara Vanguard, and the Troopers formed the Midwest Combine.
In 1971, at the urging of Don Warren and Troopers founder Jim Jones, the Blue Stars, Cavaliers, Madison Scouts, Santa Clara Vanguard, and the Troopers formed the Midwest Combine.
After the DCI Championships in Denver, the Cavaliers, The Cadets, Madison Scouts, Phantom Regiment, Blue Devils, and Santa Clara Vanguard, the winners of all but two DCI Championships made a four show tour through California.
In 1971, at the urging of Troopers founder Jim Jones and Cavaliers founder Don Warren, the Blue Stars, Cavaliers, Madison Scouts, Santa Clara Vanguard, and the Troopers formed the Midwest Combine.
* Amy Madison turns herself into a rat to escape the stake ; she will be restored again by Willow in a brief moment in the episode " Something Blue ," before being turned into a rat again, and then fully restored two years later in the Season Six episode " Smashed.
SR 16 then goes through Rumsey, Guinda, Brooks, Capay, Esparto, and Madison, intersecting with County Route E4 and passing by the Blue Cliffs and Bald Mountain in the process.
( A similar group of Midwestern corps, the Midwest Combine, was formed by the Blue Stars, Cavaliers, Madison Scouts, Santa Clara Vanguard, and the Troopers.
The Blue Meanie ( left ) and Velvet Sky | Talia Madison ( right ) at an independent show in 2005.
; Madison " Maddie " Rocca: The Blue Mystic Ranger ; the self-dubbed " sister with the common sense ".
Madison traveled to Blue Lick Springs for his health soon after the election, but was too weak to travel back to Frankfort for the inauguration.
The cave is located 20 miles west of Madison, off U. S. Highways 18 / 151 in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin.

Madison and Springs
Advertisement for Warm Springs Hotel, Madison County, ca.
Madison County's largest river is the French Broad River, which flows north-northwest through the county, first past the county seat of Marshall, then past the resort town of Hot Springs.
Only three Republicans won election to the 100-member Arkansas House of Representatives at the time of Rockefeller's first victory: George E. Nowotny, Jr., of Fort Smith, Danny L. Patrick of Madison County, and James " Jim " Sheets of Siloam Springs in Benton County.
The Republicans were reduced to a single member of each legislative chamber, Preston Bynum of Siloam Springs, Danny Patrick, elected with Rockefeller, went down to defeat in Madison and Carroll counties at the hands of Stephen A. Smith, who at twenty-one became Arkansas ' youngest-ever state legislator, a designation that Patrick himself had taken only four years earlier.
: Adams Center, Adams, Alder Creek, Alexandria Bay, Altmar, Alton, Annsville, Antwerp, Apulia Station, Auburn, Aurora, Ava, Baldwinsville, Barneveld, Beaver Falls, Belleville, Bernhards Bay, Black River, Blossvale, Boonville, Bouckville, Branchport, Brantingham, Brasher Falls, Brewerton, Bridgeport, Bridgewater, Brier Hill, Brookfield, Brownville, Calcium, Camden, Camillus, Canastota, Canton, Cape Vincent, Carthage, Cassville, Castorland, Cato, Cayuga, Cazenovia, Central Square, Chadwicks, Chase Mills, Chaumont, Chippewa Bay, Chittenango, Cicero, Clark Mills, Clay, Clayton, Clayville, Cleveland, Clifton Springs, Clinton, Clockville, Clyde, Cold Brook, Colton, Constableville, Constantia, Copenhagen, Cranberry Lake, Croghan, De Kalb Junction, De Peyster, De Ruyter, Deansboro, Deer River, Deferiet, Delphi Falls, Dewitt, Denmark, Depauville, Dexter, Dolgeville, Dresden, Durhamville, Eagle Bay, Earlville, East Syracuse, East Williamson, Eaton, Edwards, Elbridge, Ellisburg, Erieville, Evans Mills, Fabius, Fair Haven, Fayette, Fayetteville, Felts Mills, Fine, Fishers Landing, Forestport, Fort Drum, Frankfort, Franklin Springs, Fulton, Geneva, Genoa, Georgetown, Glenfield, Gouverneur, Great Bend, Greig, Hailesboro, Hamilton, Hammond, Hannawa Falls, Hannibal, Harrisville, Hastings, Helena, Henderson Harbor, Henderson, Herkimer, Hermon, Heuvelton, Hinckley, Hoffmeister, Holland Patent, Hubbardsville, Ilion, Inlet, Jamesville, Jordan, Jordanville, Keuka Park, King Ferry, Kirkville, Knoxboro, La Fargeville, La Fayette, Lacona, Lawrenceville, Lee Center, Leonardsville, Limerick, Lisbon, Little Falls, Liverpool, Locke, Lorraine, Lowville, Lycoming, Lyons Falls, Lyons, Macedon, Madison, Madrid, Mallory, Manlius, Mannsville, Maple View, Marcellus, Marcy, Marietta, Marion, Martinsburg, Martville, Massena, Mc Connellsville, Memphis, Meridian, Mexico, Middleville, Minetto, Minoa, Mohawk, Montezuma, Moravia, Morristown, Morrisville, Mottville, Munnsville, Natural Bridge, Nedrow, New Hartford, New Haven, New Woodstock, New York Mills, Newark, Newport, Newton Falls, Nicholville, Norfolk, North Bay, North Brookfield, North Lawrence, North Pitcher, North Rose, Norwood, Oaks Corners, Ogdensburg, Old Forge, Oneida, Ontario Center, Ontario, Oriskany, Oriskany Falls, Orwell, Oswegatchie, Oswego, Oxbow, Palmyra, Parish, Parishville, Penn Yan, Pennellville, Peterboro, Phelps, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pierrepont Manor, Plainville, Plessis, Poland, Pompey, Poplar Ridge, Port Byron, Port Gibson, Port Leyden, Potsdam, Preble, Prospect, Pulaski, Pultneyville, Pyrites, Raquette Lake, Raymondville, Red Creek, Redfield, Redwood, Remsen, Rensselaer Falls, Richfield Springs, Richland, Richville, Rodman, Rome, Romulus, Rooseveltown, Rose, Russell, Sackets Harbor, Salisbury Center, Sandy Creek, Sangerfield, Sauquoit, Savannah, Schuyler Lake, Scipio Center, Seneca Castle, Seneca Falls, Sherrill, Skaneateles Falls, Skaneateles, Sodus, Sodus Point, Solsville, Solvay, South Butler, South Colton, South Otselic, Springfield Center, Star Lake, Sterling, Stittville, Stratford, Sylvan Beach, Syracuse, Taberg, Thendara, Theresa, Thousand Island Park, Three Mile Bay, Tully, Turin, Union Springs, Utica, Van Hornesville, Vernon Center, Vernon, Verona Beach, Verona, Waddington, Walworth, Wampsville, Wanakena, Warners, Washington Mills, Waterloo, Watertown, Waterville, Weedsport, Wellesley Island, West Eaton, West Edmeston, West Leyden, West Monroe, West Stockholm, West Winfield, Westdale, Westernville, Westmoreland, Whitesboro, Williamson, Williamstown, Winthrop, Wolcott, Woodgate and Yorkville
Following the western half of Yellowstone's " Great Loop ", the highway passes Yellowstone Lake, the Old Faithful Geyser, Madison Junction, the Norris Geyser Basin, and the Mammoth Hot Springs -- before exiting at the northern gateway of the National Park.
It began east of the village of Skaneateles and ran east across southern Onondaga and Madison counties to Richfield Springs in northern Otsego County.
Along with his wife, he stopped in Chicago and Yellow Springs, Ohio, as far west as Madison, Wisconsin, and also took a steamboat down the Mississippi River to St. Louis, Missouri, and returned through Cincinnati, Ohio and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Near the railroad, in the 1890s, a lodge, known as Madison Hot Springs, was built to accommodate seekers of these mineral baths who arrived by train from Seattle.

Madison and State
The active sponsor of Jefferson's measure for religious liberty in Virginia, Madison played the most influential single role in the drafting of the Constitution and in securing its ratification in Virginia, founded the first political party in American history, and, as Jefferson's Secretary of State and his successor in the Presidency, guided the nation through the troubled years of our second war with Britain.
State Street ( Chicago ) | State and Madison Street ( Chicago ) | Madison Streets, the busiest corner in Chicago ( 1897 )
While in Wisconsin, he conducted multiple interviews with Ed Gein, the infamous serial killer who was a resident at Mendota State Hospital in Madison.
As Jefferson ’ s Secretary of State ( 1801 – 1809 ), Madison supervised the Louisiana Purchase, which doubled the nation ’ s size.
Dolley Madison put her social gifts to use when the couple lived in Washington, beginning when he was Secretary of State.
Madison appointed Robert Smith for Secretary of State, Jefferson's former Secretary of Navy.
After Jackson accused Madison of duplicity with Erskine, Madison had Jackson barred from the State Department and sent packing to Boston.
During the War of 1812, Monroe held the critical roles of Secretary of State and the Secretary of War under President James Madison.
James Madison University ( also known as JMU, Madison, or James Madison ) is a public coeducational research university located in Harrisonburg, Virginia, U. S. Founded in 1908 as the State Normal and Industrial School for Women at Harrisonburg, the university has undergone four name changes before settling with James Madison University.
At a site simply named " The Sinks " in Sinks Canyon State Park, the river flows into a cave in a formation known as the Madison Limestone, and then rises again a half-mile down the canyon in a placid pool.
Madison wrote: " But it follows, from no view of the subject, that a nullification of a law of the U. S. can as is now contended, belong rightfully to a single State, as one of the parties to the Constitution ; the State not ceasing to avow its adherence to the Constitution.
" Madison explained that when the Virginia Legislature passed the Virginia Resolution, the " interposition " it contemplated was " a concurring and cooperating interposition of the States, not that of a single State .… he Legislature expressly disclaimed the idea that a declaration of a State, that a law of the U. S. was unconstitutional, had the effect of annulling the law.
The original handwritten proclamation signed by President Thomas Jefferson and Secretary of State James Madison, that informed the American public of the landmark deal of the Louisiana Purchase, was acquired in 1996 by Walter Scott Jr. of Omaha, Nebraska, who holds it in his private collection.
A statue of St. Louis by the sculptor John Donoghue stands on the roofline of the New York State Appellate Division Court at 27 Madison Avenue in New York City.
Marbury petitioned the Supreme Court to force the new Secretary of State James Madison to deliver the documents.
As these appointments were routine in nature, Marshall assumed the new Secretary of State James Madison would see they were delivered, since " they had been properly submitted and approved, and were, therefore, legally valid appointments.

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