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Meredith had entered into politics in 1872 as a Conservative, when he succeeded Sir John Carling ( whose daughter, Jessie, married his brother, Thomas ) as London's representative to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.
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* Words and Music: Only four musicals have won the Tony Award for Best Musical when a person had ( co -) written the Book ( non-sung dialogue and storyline ) and the Score ( music and lyrics ): 1958 winner The Music Man ( Meredith Willson – award for Book and Score did not exist that year ), 1986 winner The Mystery of Edwin Drood ( Rupert Holmes – who also won for Book and Score ), 1996 winner Rent ( Jonathan Larson – who also won for Book and Score ), and 2011 winner The Book of Mormon ( Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone also won for Book and Score ).
Robert Goerman wrote in Fate magazine in 1980, that " Carlos Allende " / " Carl Allen " was Carl Meredith Allen of New Kensington, Pennsylvania, who had an established history of psychiatric illness, and who may have fabricated the primary history of the experiment as a result of his mental illness.
On May 31, 1961, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund filed suit in the U. S. District Court, alleging that the university had rejected Meredith only because of the color of his skin, as he had a highly successful record.
The case went through many hearings and finally to the U. S. Supreme Court, which ruled that Meredith had the right to be admitted to the state school.
Though Meredith was legally entitled to register, the Governor of Mississippi, Ross Barnett, tried to block him by having the Legislature pass a law that “ prohibited any person who was convicted of a state crime from admission to a state school .” The law was directed at Meredith, who had been convicted of “ false voter registration .” Since passage of its 1890 constitution, the state had voter registration rules that effectively disfranchised black voters.
After returning to Mississippi to live, in 1972 Meredith ran for the US Senate against the Democratic senator James Eastland, who had been the incumbent for 29 years.
Meredith conceded that he had little chance of winning unless Governor George Wallace of Alabama entered the presidential race and split the white vote.
Faced with criticism from the civil rights community for working for the former avowed segregationist, Meredith said that he had applied to every member of the Senate and House offering his services, and only Helms ' office responded.
During a question-and-answer session, a young white male asked Meredith if he had taken part in a formal rush program.
They had one daughter, Jessica Meredith Knight, and three sons: James, John and Joseph Howard Meredith.
Reports surfaced after the 1870s that Stowe had in mind a wealthy cotton and sugar plantation owner named Meredith Calhoun, who settled on the Red River north of Alexandria, Louisiana.
Many of the era's stars including Ethel Barrymore, Joe E. Brown, Claude Rains, Burgess Meredith, and Joan Bennett made appearances on the show, which had an audience of more than 8 million before it left the air in 1942.
Owen's father Maredudd ap Tudur ( English: Meredith ) had been ( together with his two brothers Rhys and Gwilym ) stalwarts of Owain Glyndŵr's uprising of 1400.
Rocky's trainer Mickey ( Burgess Meredith ) initially wants no part of it and admits to the champion that Lang was right, he had handpicked Rocky's opponents to protect him and to ensure Rocky remained successful and healthy.
The character was written out, along with Meredith MacRae, who had played his fiancee, in a wedding episode that was the premiere of 1965 – 66 on CBS.
" Sheela initiated attempts to murder Osho's caretaker and girlfriend, Ma Yoga Vivek, and his personal physician, Swami Devaraj ( Dr. George Meredith ), because she felt they were a threat to Osho ; she had secretly recorded a conversation between Devaraj and Osho " in which the doctor agreed to obtain drugs the guru wanted to ensure a peaceful death if he decided to take his own life.
Loftus married Sarah Bathow, widow of Richard Meredith, bishop of Leighlin, by whom he had four sons and two daughters:
To much laughter from the audience members, he told of a plan in which Barnett had asked that U. S. marshals point their guns at him while Meredith attempted to enroll so that " a picture could be taken of the event.
The outlet of Lake Waukewan provided water power sites, and by 1859 Meredith village had a sawmill, gristmill, shingle mill, blacksmith shop, harness-maker's shop and tannery.
Situated at the outlet of Wickwas Lake, Meredith Center had a sawmill, gristmill and blacksmith shop.
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After the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held both Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson, Jr. in contempt with fines of more than $ 10, 000 for each day they refused to allow Meredith to enroll, Meredith, escorted by a force of U. S. Marshals, entered the campus on September 30, 1962.
Two months later, Frankenmuth Broadcasting entered into an agreement to sell WKNX to the Meredith Corporation for $ 1. 1 million.
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In 1861 The Spectator was bought by a journalist, Meredith Townsend, who soon went into partnership with Richard Holt Hutton, a theologian whose friend William Gladstone later called ‘ the first critic of the nineteenth century ’.
Other students ostracized him: when Meredith walked into the cafeteria for meals, the students eating would turn their backs.
* Rhoda Dawes is the real killer of Mrs. Benson and causes a rowing accident in which Anne Meredith falls into the water.
As a result of the House Committee on Un-American Activities investigation into Communist influence in Hollywood, Meredith was placed on the Hollywood blacklist, resulting in a seven-year drought of work.
Once the Continent descends into war, Jem Blythe and Jerry Meredith promptly enlist, upsetting Anne, Nan, and Faith Meredith ( who Rilla suspects is engaged to Jem ).
The label has also released unique works that fit into no obvious genre at all ( like the records of composer Meredith Monk ).
In 1969, with the help of Artie's Ivy League-educated wife Meredith Bradford, they fulfilled their ambitions by leasing and renovating a dilapidated two-story building at 895 O ' Farrell Street, which they converted into the O ' Farrell Theatre, a movie theater with a makeshift film studio upstairs.
In 1913, Meredith presented his recommendations and his draft legislation came into effect the following year.
The Brains ' experience toured Australia in early 2005, and spilled over into the band's DJ sets at that year's St Jerome's Laneway Festival and Meredith Music Festival.
This alliance is brought into question later on when Queen Niceven's surrogate, who can become nearly human sized, has sex with Meredith and becomes stuck in his form ( at the same time, Meredith brings Nicca, one of her lovers, the wings that he should have been born with but instead had become a supernatural tattoo on his back ) because of this, Queen Niceven sends to Meredith the Demi-Fey that were born without wings in hopes that she will also give them their wings.
Meredith, a travel author and veteran of distance-driving events, agreed to make the attempt after attending the Asian Highway Treaty's " coming into force " ceremony in Bangkok on July 4, 2005.
Bell has been inducted into the Manchester City FC hall of fame along with Billy Meredith, Tommy Johnson, Sam Cowan, Eric Brook, Fred Tilson, Frank Swift, Peter Doherty, Roy Clarke, Bert Trautmann, Ken Barnes, Roy Paul, Alan Oakes, Neil Young, Mike Summerbee, Tony Book, Francis Lee, Joe Corrigan, Paul Lake and Niall Quinn.
He translated numerous works of poetry, novels and short stories into Serbian and Croatian ( Walt Whitman, Marcel Proust, Joseph Conrad, Benvenuto Cellini, George Meredith, ...).
Other murders include: a drowning in a butt of wine, based on the murder of the Duke of Clarence in Richard III ; the wife of one critic, who was drugged to sleep soundly, awakens next to her husband's decapitated body, as Imogen awoke to find the headless body of Cloten in Cymbeline ; quasi-cannibalism — the effeminate Meredith Merridew is tricked into eating his " babies " ( his beloved poodles ) just as Queen Tamora was fed the flesh of her two sons, baked in a pie, in the climax of Titus Andronicus ; one critic is tricked into believing his wife has been unfaithful, driving him to smother her in a jealous rage ( i. e. Othello ) and spend the rest of his life in prison ; the sole female critic ( played by Coral Browne, shortly to become Price's third and last wife ) is electrocuted by hair curlers as Lionheart recites a passage in which Joan of Arc is burnt at the stake, " Spare for no fagots of sticks, let there be enough ..." ( from Henry VI, part 1 ).
In 1976, Meredith was inducted into the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor at Texas Stadium along with former running back Don Perkins.
Perkins was inducted into the Ring of Honor at Texas Stadium alongside his quarterback Don Meredith in 1976.
On 20 December 1946, Meredith Gardner made the first break into the VENONA code, revealing the existence of Soviet espionage at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Meredith, a friend of Weill's, was to play the romantic young lead Brom Broek, but he left when he saw the villainous Peter Stuyvesant character growing into a more and more lovable and important role, upstaging his.
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