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Rutherford B. Hayes, the 19th President of the United States, and Barack Obama, the 44th and current President of the United States, graduated from HLS.
Ainsley Hayes ( played by Emily Procter ), the conservative lawyer hired to work in the White House Counsel's Office on The West Wing, graduated from Smith.
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the fourth child of Judge John Williamson Herron ( 1827 – 1912 ), a law partner of Rutherford B. Hayes, and Harriet Collins ( 1833 – 1902 ), Nellie graduated from the Cincinnati College of Music and taught school briefly before her marriage.
The family moved to Yonkers in 1944, where Sweeney attended St. Barnabas Elementary School and graduated from Cardinal Hayes High School.
Hayes graduated from DePauw University with a double major in music and English and became a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.
Born in Lafayette, Hayes graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette ( then the University of Southwestern Louisiana ).
Forbes was born on 3 February 1885 in East Hayes, Cheltenham, the only son of Sandford and Alice F. Kilby, He was educated at Bilton Grange near Rugby and Winchester College and later graduated from the Royal Military College at Sandhurst in 1905 when he was commissioned into the Staffordshire Regiment.
Two cardinals of the Catholic Church graduated from La Salle: Patrick Hayes and George Mundelein, Archbishops of New York and Chicago, respectively.

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Not long after moving in she turned up a richly carved desk, hewed from the timbers of the British ship H.M.S. Resolute and presented to President Hayes by Queen Victoria.
John McCarthy and Patrick J. Hayes defined this problem in their 1969 article, Some Philosophical Problems from the Standpoint of Artificial Intelligence.
He returned to town from Burke's house in Beaconsfield and Edmond Malone wrote that " we left his carriage at the Inn at Hayes, and walked five miles on the road, in a warm day, without his complaining of any fatigue ".
Advocates of declarative representations were notably working at Stanford, associated with John McCarthy, Bertram Raphael and Cordell Green, and in Edinburgh, with John Alan Robinson ( an academic visitor from Syracuse University ), Pat Hayes, and Robert Kowalski.
Cornerbacks Mike Haynes ( acquired in a trade from New England ) and Lester Hayes were widely considered to be the best tandem in the NFL.
* Tesla Engine Builders Association, from Jeff Hayes in Milwaukee, WI
In Branzburg v. Hayes,, the Court ruled that the First Amendment did not give a journalist the right to refuse a subpoena from a grand jury.
Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Rutherford Hayes were Whigs before switching to the Republican Party, from which they were elected to office.
Patricia Hayes, who had been seen from time to time previously as next door neighbour Mrs. Reed, was given a first name Min and became a starring character along with her husband Bert, previously played by Bill Maynard and now by Alfie Bass.
Millais painted the picture in Hayes, Kent, from a local oak tree that became known as the Millais Oak.
Sousa led " The President's Own " band under five presidents from Rutherford B. Hayes to Benjamin Harrison.
This interpretation is not helped by the trio of lawyers she gets to defend her from the claims, Burke, Thurtell, and Hayes, named after prominent murders of the time ( although this may have been further commentary aimed at the legal profession ).
Modern schools that claim to train ninjutsu arose from the 1970s, among others those of Masaaki Hatsumi ( Bujinkan ) and Stephen K. Hayes ( To-Shin Do ).
* Jacqui Hayes: Bird wings evolved from biplane dinosaurs, Cosmos ( magazine )
In 1880 Hayes appointed Longstreet as his ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, and later he served from 1897 to 1904, under Presidents William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt, as U. S. Commissioner of Railroads, succeeding Wade Hampton III.
The cast was Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden, Bill Pertwee and announcer Douglas Smith, with music by the Fraser Hayes Four and Paul Fenoulhet and the Hornblowers ( Edwin Braden replaced Fenoulhet from episode 7 of Series 1 ).
Actors Grace George and Herbert Hayes performed an entire play from a San Francisco station in the summer of 1922.
In 1878, the act initially prevented President Rutherford B. Hayes, as part of his effort at civil service reform, from removing Chester A. Arthur and Alonzo B. Cornell from their political patronage jobs at the New York Customs House.
In the Fall of 1860, George Hayes, who was running for Representative from Cherokee County, promised his southeastern constituents to introduce legislation to form a new county.
In honor of Mr. Hayes, the then new county's seat was appointed Hayesville and the newly formed county was named in honor Henry Clay, famous American statesman, member of the United States Senate from Kentucky.
As a result, one set of Electoral Votes from each of these three states had cast their ballots for the Republican Hayes, and another set had cast their ballot for the Democrat Tilden.
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In return for Southern acquiescence regarding Hayes, Republicans agreed to support the withdrawal of federal troops from the former Confederate states, ending Reconstruction.
Aside from Ben Johnson, who ran 9. 79 in the 1988 Olympic final only to be banned from the sport for using performance enhancing drugs, the next to surpass Hayes at the Olympics was the 3 medalists in 1996, led by Donovan Bailey doing 9. 84, 32 years later.

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* 1879 – Women's rights: American President Rutherford B. Hayes signs a bill allowing female attorneys to argue cases before the Supreme Court of the United States.
* 1822 – Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President of the United States ( d. 1893 )
* In the United States, continuation of post-Civil War reconstruction until its conclusion under President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1877
* President Rutherford B. Hayes ( United States )
* June 25 – Lucy Webb Hayes, First Lady of the United States ( b. 1831 )
* January 17 – Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President of the United States ( b. 1822 )
** Rutherford B. Hayes becomes President of the United States, succeeding Ulysses S. Grant as a result of the Compromise of 1877
* President Rutherford B. Hayes ( United States )
* February 15 – Women's rights: American President Rutherford B. Hayes signs a bill allowing female attorneys to argue cases before the Supreme Court of the United States.
* October 4 – Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President of the United States ( d. 1893 )
The first commercially viable CT scanner was invented by Sir Godfrey Hounsfield in Hayes, United Kingdom, at EMI Central Research Laboratories using X-rays.
Lucy Ware Webb Hayes ( 28 August 1831 – 25 June 1889 ) was a First Lady of the United States and the wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes.
In the Lucky Luke comic book Sarah Bernhardt, which is set in the late 19th-century Wild West, President Rutherford B. Hayes ’ wife is portrayed as being one of many who strongly disapproves of the titular actress ' tour of the United States, given her reputation for loose morality.
# redirect Hayes # United Kingdom
* Hayes & Yeading United F. C., an English football club formed from the merger of Hayes F. C.
* Hayes Arboretum, an educational facility and a managed nature preserve in Richmond, Indiana, United States
Football team Hayes & Yeading United F. C.
The United Kingdom office of China Airlines operates from Hyde Park, Hayes.
Hayes & Yeading United F. C.
Hayes & Yeading United F. C.
Hayes Township is a township in Swift County, Minnesota, United States.
Hamlet is a village in Hayes County, Nebraska, United States.

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