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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.
In the following year her father undertook to give a course in Hebrew theology to Johns Hopkins students, and this brought to the Szold house a group of bright young Jews who had come to Baltimore to study, and who enjoyed being fed and mothered by Mamma and entertained by Henrietta and Rachel, who played and sang for them in the upstairs sitting room on Sunday evenings.
This huge hulk played the guitar and he would take it along on our walks and play for us as we sat alone in the woods or by the stream.
The CTCA program of activities was profuse: William Farnum and Mary Pickford on the screen, Elsie Janis and Harry Lauder on the stage, books provided by the American Library Association, full equipment for games and sports -- except that no `` bones '' were furnished for the all-time favorite pastime played on any floor and known as `` African golf ''.
You'd never guess it from the way they've played so far this spring, but there remains a feeling among some around here that the Orioles still have a chance to battle for the pennant in 1961.
At the end of work one day, the personnel man took the applicants one at a time, asked them to sit behind the receptionist's desk and he then played the role of a number of people who might come to the receptionist with a number of queries and for a number of purposes.
Babe Ruth, as he always did in the Stadium, played right field to avoid having the sun in his eyes, and Tommy Thevenow, a rather mediocre hitter who played shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals, knocked a ball with all his might into the sharp angle formed by the permanent stands and the wooden bleachers, where Ruth could not reach it.
Now a quiet-spoken, middle-aged man, Fiedler is an aeronautical engineer for Lockheed's Missiles and Space Division at Sunnyvale, where he played a key role in the development of the Navy's Polaris missile.
President Kennedy couldn't stay away from his desk for the 75-minute young people's concert played on the White House lawn yesterday by the 85-piece Transylvania Symphony Orchestra from Brevard, N. C..
Music lovers who are not familiar with this literature may hear an excellent example, played for RCA by Emil Gilels.
Accordingly, at the Comedie last year, Jean Meyer played a sympathetic Arnolphe and drew criticism for turning the comedy into a tragedy.
Just to test himself, he played roulette for quarters on his old combination, five and seventeen, and within an hour, he had won, surprisingly, twenty dollars.
She sat down and played two slots at once, looking grim, as if bested by mechanical devices, and Owen felt sorry for the lay-sisters depending on her support.
Performed thousands of times in recent years, Mr. Dragon's arrangement has been played for state occasions such as the memorial services for Presidents Ford and Reagan and at tribute concerts for events such as the Oklahoma City bombing and 9 / 11.
This education, history, and background are hinted at in the Margaret Rutherford films ( see below ), in which Miss Marple mentions her awards at marksmanship, fencing and equestrianism ( although these hints are played for comedic value ).
He played three matches against Kasparov for the title from 1986 to 1990, before becoming FIDE World Champion once again after Kasparov broke away from FIDE in 1993.
In 1893 he played for the French organist Charles-Marie Widor ( at Saint-Sulpice, Paris ), for whom Johann Sebastian Bach's organ-music contained a mystic sense of the eternal.
In the First Test ( the first played at Edgbaston ), after scoring 376 England bowled out Australia for 36 ( Wilfred Rhodes 7 / 17 ) and reduced them to 46 2 when they followed on.
The 1948 series ended with one of the most poignant moments in cricket history, as Bradman played his final innings for Australia in the Fifth Test at The Oval, needing to score only four runs to end with a career batting average of exactly 100.
The formal study of architecture in academic institutions played a pivotal role in the development of the profession as a whole, serving as a focal point for advances in architectural technology and theory.

played and Durham
Several former MLB players have played in the league including Dennis " Oil Can " Boyd, Darryl Strawberry, Jack Morris, Pedro Guerrero, Jermaine Allensworth, Ken Harvey, Mike Caruso, Bo Hart, Leon " Bull " Durham, and Brant Brown.
Dennis Patterson ( played by Tim Healy ) comes from Birtley Co. Durham ; Leonard " Oz " Osborne ( played by Jimmy Nail ) comes from Gateshead ; and Neville Hope ( played by Kevin Whately ) comes from North Shields.
Fixtures between Oxford, Cambridge, Durham and Loughborough against first-class counties are accorded first-class status ; for the first time in 2012 some games played by Cardiff and Leeds against the counties have also been given first-class status.
Blind Boy Fuller ( b. Fulton Allen, Wadesboro, NC, July, 1907 ) was a popular Piedmont blues guitarist, who played for tips outside tobacco warehouses in Durham during the 1930s.
Gary Davis also played in Durham in the 1930s when the city had a thriving black business community and an emerging black middle class.
* 1 January The Rose Bowl not being available for war-related reasons, the Oregon State Beavers played the Duke Blue Devils for that championship at the latter's venue of Durham, North Carolina, beating the Blue Devils 20-16.
The original Gosforth Football Club was founded in 1877 by a group of Old Boys of Durham School, in whose colours of green and white hoops the club played until the mid-1990s.
He has also played English county cricket with Leicestershire and Durham.
Akhtar has played for three English county cricket clubs, including Somerset in 2001, Durham in 2003 and 2004 and Worcestershire in 2005.
The football team, reestablished by Dr. Clarence G. Newsome in 2002, played at the Durham County Memorial Stadium in Durham, North Carolina through the 2008 season.
The 2011 season will be played at Durham County Stadium.
A right-handed batsman and a very occasional off-spin bowler, he played First-class cricket for both his home state Tasmania and English county side Durham.
Famous for his broad Pitmatic ( County Durham pit village ) accent, self-deprecating humour and mastery of the mother-in-law joke, Thompson was affectionately known as The Little Waster due to his short stature, which he often played upon his act, describing himself as " Little Bobby ".
Paul Dixon played hockey at the now defunct Durham Wasps and Newcastle, before moving south to Guildford in 1999. Notable current Guildford players include captain David Longstaff, a member of the Senior GB National Team.
At the time of Bull Durham, both the real Bulls and their movie counterparts played in the High-A Carolina League, two steps below the team's current position in the Triple-A International League.
The Durham Bulls joined the International League in 1998 and were the only expansion franchise joining the league that played in a league below the Triple-A level.
Meanwhile, a team from Wilmington, North Carolina who also played in the Piedmont League and was a Cincinnati Reds affiliate called the Wilmington Pirates relocated to Durham and was going to replace the Bulls.
That season also saw the first Carolina League All-Star game played in Durham.
Danny Gans, a famous Las Vegas entertainer, once played for the Bulls and played the third baseman in Bull Durham before suffering a career ending injury.
De Glanville played for Durham University while an Economics student, then at Oxford University won a Blue with Oxford University RFC and also represented England U21s.

played and Somerset
He went to Milford Junior School in Yeovil, Somerset, where his " love affair " with sport began, and played for Somerset Under-15s.
They played their first-ever County Championship match there in 1921, competing there every season ( except while first-class cricket was suspended during the Second World War ), their last match being against Somerset County Cricket Club in August 1966.
Only one List A game was ever played at the ground, and this was only the second match of its type: Glamorgan's Gillette Cup fixture against Somerset on 22 May 1963.
In 1998, the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball played its inaugural season, with teams in Somerset, Newark, and Atlantic City ( NJ ), Nashua ( NH ), Newburgh ( NY ), and Bridgeport ( CT ).
Joel played for Barbados in the West Indies, for South Australia in the Sheffield Shield and alongside Viv Richards and Ian Botham for Somerset in the English County Championship.
Somerset County also played an important part during both World War I and World War II with weapons depots and the manufacturing of the army's woolen blankets.
She played opposite Rex Harrison in his final acting role in a Broadway revival of W. Somerset Maugham's play The Circle in 1990.
In 1933 he played the title role in W. Somerset Maugham's final play Sheppey at Wyndham's Theatre.
She appeared in W. Somerset Maugham's Home and Beauty in 1919, repeated Dora at His Majesty's Theatre in 1920 and elsewhere thereafter, and played numerous roles at the Playhouse Theatre.
On the 5th September 1848 the first train steamed through Trowbridge as the Wilts, Somerset and Weymouth Railway was established. The Kennet and Avon canal runs to the north of Trowbridge and played an instrumental part in the town's development as it enabled coal to be transported from the Somerset Coalfield and so marked the advent of steam powered manufacturing in the woollen cloth mills.
Montagu Toller played six times for Somerset County Cricket Club, all in 1897, while Alfred Bowerman played for Somerset once in 1900, and again in 1905.
Clyde Cyril Best MBE ( born 24 February 1951 in Somerset ) is a Bermudian former football player who most notably played as a striker for West Ham United, and was one of the first black players in British football.
In 1964, she played a vulgar waitress in a remake of W. Somerset Maugham's drama Of Human Bondage opposite Laurence Harvey ; and replaced the late Marilyn Monroe as a sultry barmaid in Billy Wilder's Kiss Me, Stupid with Dean Martin and Ray Walston.
The club's most famed players are Colin Herbert Dredge, who played county cricket 209 times for Somerset from 1976 1988 and Mark Harmon, who played for both Somerset and Kent.
They first played in the Bristol & District League and progressed through the Bristol Combination, Bristol Premier and Somerset Senior League and won the Somerset Senior Cup in 1951 52 and 1957 58.

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