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Barton was relieved to see that Carl Dill and Emmett Foster had brought extra mounts.
It was to him that Barton had sent Carl Dill on Dill's release from the prison.
Carl Dill was neither a rancher nor a valley man.
Barton's voice was rougher than Dill had ever heard it.
Walter Dill Scott, who was elected President of the American Psychological Association ( APA ) in 1919, was arguably the most prominent I – O psychologist of his time, although James McKeen Cattell ( elected APA President in 1895 ) and Hugo Münsterberg ( 1898 ) were influential in the early development of the field.
The Dill White Bill was proposed and sponsored by Senator Clarence Dill and W. H.
However the Dill White Bill was the first bill actually considered by the Senate to start regulating the radio waves.
Douglas was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the first child of actor Kirk Douglas and Bermudian-born actress Diana Dill.
His mother was from Devonshire Parish, Bermuda ; Douglas's maternal grandfather, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Melville Dill, served as Attorney General of Bermuda, as a Member of the Parliament of Bermuda ( MCP ), and as commanding officer of the Bermuda Militia Artillery.
While serving as Ambassador to Thailand, Martin's foster son, Marine 1LT Glenn Dill Mann, was killed near Chu Lai, South Vietnam, in November 1965 while attacking enemy positions at Thach Tru with his UH-1 helicopter gunship.
He knew the terrain to be crossed ( a steep ravine containing a creek named Dill Branch ) was extremely difficult and Grant's defensive line was heavy with massed artillery.
It was founded in 1830 and named after James Dill, a general in the war of 1812 who beforehand had achieved limited success as a hotel clerk.
W. H. Dill was vice president and served as cashier.
J. E. Galloway was the first mayor ; Perry Rodkey, first postman ; E. D. Dexter, first hotel operator ; W. H. Dill ran the first telephone company ; John D. Richards had the first hardware store ; McGee Brothers put in the first cotton gin and E. E. Shook established the first lumber yard.
Red Bud Park-located at the intersection of Beard and Dill streets, this small park was constructed in the 1920s.
From records of the Hamilton and Dill families, we find that General George Washington and his wife Martha did spend some time at the Springs during the summer of 1799 when John Hamilton was proprietor of the place.
Records show that the Hibblertown Hotel ( present Ackerson house on State Street ), the Dill ’ s Tavern ( oldest tavern, was located on the south side of Emery ’ s, now torn down ) and the What Cheer Inn ( present Duckloe Showroom at the corner of Delaware Avenue and Main Street ) all prospered because of loggers.
Scout's friend Dill was inspired by Lee's childhood friend and neighbor, Truman Capote, while Lee is the model for a character in Capote's first novel, Other Voices, Other Rooms.
In December 1944, following the death of Field Marshal Sir John Dill, Wilson was relieved as Supreme Commander, promoted field marshal and sent to Washington to be Chief of the British Joint Staff Mission, a post he took up in January 1945.
During World War II, I Corps ' first assignment was again to the British Expeditionary Force where it was commanded by General Dill, and then Lieut-Gen Barker from April 1940.

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Dill is best when used fresh, as it loses its flavor rapidly if dried ; however, freeze-dried dill leaves preserve their flavor relatively well for a few months.
* " Dill Hai To Mango Aur " (" if you have a heart ask for more ") ( 2000s )

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It had drawn them together, and since his release from prison Dill had worked tirelessly to effect this night's escape.
Dill had come up also.
Senator Dill and Representative White had several attempts at creating regulation laws prior to the Dill White Bill.
Both Archibald Wavell in the 1930s and Sir John Dill as CIGS in 1941 ( who commented that he no longer condemned Wilson ” so heartily as one used to ”) commented that Wilson had illustrated that a general must be able to work effectively with politicians, and his modern biographer Keith Jeffery comments that this, rather than Robertson ’ s acrimonious insistence on military autonomy, has been the model since Wilson ’ s time.
" One staff officer, Lieutenant Colonel Dudley Clarke, had already submitted such a proposal to General Sir John Dill, the Chief of the Imperial General Staff.
One staff officer, Lieutenant-Colonel Dudley Clarke, had already submitted such a proposal to General Sir John Dill, the Chief of the Imperial General Staff.
Wilson was in command for just under a year, until he was sent to Washington in December 1944 to replace Field Marshal Sir John Dill of the British Joint Staff Mission who had died suddenly.
Wilson was in command for just under a year, until he was sent to Washington in December 1944 to replace Field Marshal Sir John Dill, head of the British Joint Staff Mission, who had died suddenly.
Prior to beginning the show, he had recently begun a relationship with Paul Dill, a US Army captain stationed in Vicenza, Italy.
In November 2006, Roberts announced in The Advocate magazine that he and Dill had split up but remained friends.
Dill had a 0. 12 percent blood-alcohol level when his Honda Accord struck Ewing and sent her into a parked Oldsmobile Achieva.
Wilson was in command for just under a year, until he was sent to Washington in December 1944 to replace Field Marshal Sir John Dill of the British Joint Staff Mission who had died suddenly.
Jennifer Dill and Theresa Carr's research on bicycle transportation in 35 U. S. cities also suggests that " higher levels of bicycle infrastructure are positively and significantly correlated with higher rates of bicycle commuting "; and a 2010 study comparing streets in Copenhagen that had had cycle tracks and bicycle lanes added to them found that cycling volume increased 20 %.
" One staff officer, Lieutenant-Colonel Dudley Clarke, had already submitted such a proposal to General Sir John Dill, the Chief of the Imperial General Staff.

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He wanted a careful, uninterrupted report from Dill on the conditions in the valley.
They squatted on their heels in the deep mud and Dill found a cigar in his breast pocket, passing it over silently.
`` The road's washed badly '', said Dill, `` but there's a trail you can get over with a horse.
Again Dill hesitated.
Dill ( Anethum graveolens ), depending on where it is grown, is either a perennial or annual herb.
Dill grows to, with slender stems and alternate, finely divided, softly delicate leaves long.
Dill originated within an area around the Mediterranean and the South of Russia.
Dill seed is used as a spice, with a flavor somewhat similar to caraway, but also resembling that of fresh or dried dill weed.
Dill oil can be extracted from the leaves, stems and seeds of the plant.
Dill is the herb most often added to fish.
Dill is the eponymous ingredient in dill pickles: cucumbers preserved in salty brine and / or vinegar.
Dill is found practically anywhere in Santa Maria, and curiously rare in the other Azorean Islands.
Dill seeds can be used as a herbal tea in the amount of two teaspoons for one glass of boiling water.
With help from supporters Senator Dill and Representative White, Hoover brought the issue of radio control to the Senate floor.
With help from Dill and White, Hoover promoted the Dill-White Bill which eventually would become the Radio Act of 1927.
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