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Phillips and Verner
Benga had been freed from slave traders in the Congo by the missionary Samuel Phillips Verner, who had taken him to Missouri.
The American businessman and missionary Samuel Phillips Verner was sent to Africa in 1904 under contract from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition ( St. Louis World Fair ) to bring back an assortment of pygmies to be part of an exhibition.

Phillips and Bradford
Arshad Ali received 1, 245 votes, 3. 1 %, in Bradford West, and Kay Phillips received 996 votes, 2. 9 %, in Blackley and Broughton.
Featured Jack Kevorkian, Al Sharpton, NAMBLA, the Kids of Widney High, Boyd Rice, Suzanne Muldowney, 100 suicides ( including Colleen Applegate, Diane Arbus, Linda Marie Ault, Craig Badiali & Joan Fox, Thomas Barker, Raymond Belknap & James Vance, The Bergenfield Four, William Lee Bergstrom, Anilia Bhundia, Felix Bourg, Thomas Lynn Bradford, M. Jay Briggs, Buddhist Monks in Vietnam, Dan Burros, Chris Chubbuck, William Corcoran, Inocencia Rosa Cortes, Dennis & Lindsay Crosby, Ian Curtis, Carl Czerny, Jeffrey Davis, Jeanine Deckers, The " Deer Hunter " suicides, Giuseppe Dolce, The " Dungeons and Dragons " suicides, R. Budd Dwyer, Sergei Esenin, Donald C. Forrester, the " Gloomy Sunday " suicides, James Green, Charles Haefner, William Gordan Hall, Ernest Hemingway, Ann Hemmingway, Andrew L. Hermann, Dr. Albert Herschman, Adolf Hitler, Abbie Hoffman, Danny Holley, Derek Humphry's wives, the Ingersoll suicides, Jack the Bum, Joe, the Boy with Elastic Skin, Roop Kanwar, Doug Kenny, Thomas Kenny, the Kevorkian suicides, Mike Keys, David Koresh & Friends, Veronique Le Guen, Diane Linkletter, Mattrew Lovat, Paul Lozano, Tina Mancini, Donald Manes, Masada, Rich & Jamie Masters, Leanita McClain, Albert Medrano, the Mount Mihara suicides, Karl Miller, Yukio Mishima, Marilyn Monroe, Donnie Moore, Lillie Norwalk, the Old Believers, Frank R. Olson, Gerald Olson, the " Ozzy Osbourne " suicides, John Parks, Peregrinus, Scott Phillips, Sylvia Plath, Freddie Prinze, George Reeves, Rufus Ripley, Edgar Rosenberg, Gregg Sanders, Sappho, William Sexton, Del Shannon, Stephan Simon, Mitch Snyder, Stockbrokers during the Great Depression, Charles Stuart, Harry Swart, Jacques Vaché, Vincent Van Gogh, Vatel, Popo Walker, Doodles Weaver, John Webster, George C. Wheeler, Dan White, Dennis Robert Widdison, Mary Woodson, Wrzesinaski, John B.
Umpire Phillips was unimpressed, saying that " if that light was bad, then cricket had better be given up entirely at Bramall Lane, Bradford, and Old Trafford.

Phillips and grandson
There are four Canadian citizens within the Canadian Royal Family: Two married into it: In 1988, Sylvana Jones ( née Tomaselli in Placentia, Newfoundland ) wed the Earl of St. Andrews, a great-grandson of King George V, and, on 18 May 2008, Autumn Kelly, originally from Montreal, married Queen Elizabeth II's eldest grandson, Peter Phillips.
Prior to college, he was the roommate of David Eisenhower ( grandson of President Dwight D. Eisenhower ) at Phillips Exeter Academy and later was best man at Eisenhower's wedding to Julie Nixon.
It is revealed her lawyer Justus Ward ( then-Joseph C. Phillips ), who was the illegitimate grandson of Edward Quartermaine ( now John Ingle ), was the killer.
The Phillips Collection is an art museum founded by Duncan Phillips in 1921 as the Phillips Memorial Gallery located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D. C. Phillips was the grandson of James H. Laughlin, a banker and co-founder of the Jones and Laughlin Steel Company.
Born in Pittsburgh — the grandson of James Laughlin, a banker and co-founder of the Jones and Laughlin Steel Company — Phillips and his family moved to Washington, D. C., in 1895.
Following Lady Zia's death in 1977, the estate passed to her grandson Nicholas Harold Phillips, whose untimely death in 1991 caused the sale of the Mansion House.
This claim was later inherited by his grandson, David Phillips, who re-settled Crow Village with his family in 1994.

Phillips and Samuel
Based on his industry experience on Air Force missile projects, Mueller realized some skilled managers could be found among high-ranking officers in the US Air Force, so he got Webb's permission to recruit General Samuel C. Phillips, who gained a reputation for his effective management of the Minuteman program, as OMSF program controller.
After attending Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, Samuel Morse went on to Yale College to receive instruction in the subjects of religious philosophy, mathematics and science of horses.
* Phillips Academy, the most prestigious secondary boarding school in the United States, is founded by Samuel Phillips Jr.
Samuel Cornelius Phillips ( January 5, 1923 – July 30, 2003 ), better known as Sam Phillips, was an American businessman, record executive, record producer and DJ who played an important role in the emergence of rock and roll as the major form of popular music in the 1950s.
Leslie Samuel Phillips, CBE ( born 20 April 1924 ) is an English actor with a highly recognisable upper class accent.
He was born in Tottenham, North London, England, the son of Cecelia Margaret ( née Newlove ) and Frederick Samuel Phillips, who worked at Glover and Main, manufacturers of cookers in Edmonton, London ; the " filthy, sulphurous " air of the factory gave him a weak heart and edema, leading to his death at the age of 44.
New Ipswich Academy, later renamed Appleton Academy after benefactor Samuel Appleton, was chartered in 1789, the second oldest in New Hampshire after Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter.
Among those soldiers was their regimental surgeon, Dr. Anthony Emery, a friend of Samuel Phillips, Jr., who in 1778 founded the Phillips Andover Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.
The merchants at that time were: Phillips and McConnell, Stile and Fisher, Phillip Bentel, John Donnan, J. W. Mead, three innkeepers: Samuel Furnier, J. W. Snead, and Thomas G. Kerr and two physicians: Drs.
Two miles north of Haight's original settlement, Samuel Holmes built a cabin in 1849 and was soon joined by other settlers from Salt Lake, namely Edward Phillips, John Green, and William Kay.
One was signed by Albion W. Tourgée and James C. Walker and the other by Samuel F. Phillips and his legal partner F. D. McKenney.
Phillips Academy is the oldest incorporated academy in the United States, established in 1778 by Samuel Phillips, Jr. Phillips's uncle founded Phillips Exeter Academy three years later, starting a rivalry that has continued through the centuries.
A view of Samuel Phillips Hall and the Bicentennial Statue
Phillips Academy was founded during the American Revolution as an all-boys school in 1778 by Samuel Phillips, Jr., a member of the revolutionary war family, the Phillipses.
Phillips Academy's traditional opponent is Phillips Exeter Academy, which was established three years later in Exeter, New Hampshire by Samuel Phillips ' uncle, Dr. John Phillips.
In 1859, Blair built a house for his daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth Blair Lee and Captain Samuel Phillips Lee, at 1653 Pennsylvania Avenue, next door to Blair House at 1651 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Phillips and wrote
Peirce did some scientific and engineering consulting and wrote much for meager pay, mainly encyclopedic dictionary entries, and reviews for The Nation ( with whose editor, Wendell Phillips Garrison, he became friendly ).
Most notably, he wrote Poème Électronique for the Phillips pavilion at the Brussels World Fair in 1958.
Guralnick wrote the script for A & E's documentary, Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock ' n ' Roll, narrated by Billy Bob Thornton, and he also scripted Sam Cooke-Legend, narrated by Jeffrey Wright.
Sam Phillips remembered being much more impressed with Orbison's mastery of the guitar than his voice ; a ballad Orbison wrote called " The Clown " was met with lukewarm appreciation at best.
Phillips wrote in a letter to Blumenschein, " I began to feel as if this was the real ' border life ', and only wish old Kit Carson was here with us.
Phillips recorded what some — notably music historian Peter Guralnick — consider the first rock and roll record: " Rocket 88 " by Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats, a band led by 19-year-old Ike Turner, who also wrote the song.
At age fourteen years, using the I IV V chord progression common to country songs of the day, he wrote what came to be known around Jackson as " Let Me Take You To the Movie, Magg " ( the song would convince Sam Phillips to sign Perkins to his Sun Records label ).
In her book You'll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again, producer Julia Phillips wrote highly profane remarks about Spielberg, Zsigmond, and Truffaut, because she was fired during post-production due to a cocaine addiction.
William Phillips, a New Zealand born economist, wrote a paper in 1958 titled The Relation between Unemployment and the Rate of Change of Money Wage Rates in the United Kingdom, 1861-1957, which was published in the quarterly journal Economica.
The couple divorced in 1979, and Phillips wrote about this tempestuous period of her life in the second volume of her autobiography, Public Places.
Henry died on 13 May 1878, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in the Georgetown section of northwest Washington, D. C. John Phillips Sousa wrote the Transit of Venus March for the unveiling of the Joseph Henry statue in front of the Smithsonian Castle.
Drudge wrote a book with Julia Phillips in 2000 titled Drudge Manifesto.
Phillips wrote many occasional essays on the fine arts, especially for Rees's " Cyclopaedia ", and also a memoir of William Hogarth for John Nichols's edition of that artist's " Works ", 1808-17.
One was Henry Phillips, who wrote in 1823
Journalist David Graham Phillips wrote a series of articles decrying corruption and subservience to corporate interests within the body entitled Treason of the Senate.
Fellow King's Man Augustine Phillips bequeathed him twenty shillings as a " fellow "; John Davies of Hereford wrote Armin a complimentary epigram.
In a Daily Telegraph article he wrote on Israel ( 10 June 2007 ), Berkoff expressed his support for the Melanie Phillips book Londonistan, calling it " gripping " and " quite overwhelming in its research and common sense.
Janet Maslin, writing for The New York Times, was impressed with Lou Diamond Phillips ' performance, and wrote, " A film like this is quite naturally a showcase for its star, and as Valens, Lou Diamond Phillips has a sweetness and sincerity that in no way diminish the toughness of his onstage persona.
In fact, in his seminal article " How Sherwood Anderson wrote Winesburg, Ohio ," William L. Phillips wrote that the manuscript of " Hands " contained "... almost two hundred instances in which earlier words and phrases are deleted, changed, or added to ..." though no major structural changes to the story were detected.
It also featured such colorful columnists as Pauline Phillips, who wrote under the name " Dear Abby ," " Count Marco " ( Marc Spinelli ), Stanton Delaplane, Terence O ' Flaherty, Lucius Beebe, Art Hoppe, Charles McCabe, and Herb Caen.
According to the researchers ' official version, Phillips also wrote to Randi to ask for a tape of fake metal-bending, which was to be shown alongside the recording of Shaw and Edwards.
* William Phillips ( director ), Canadian filmmaker who wrote and directed the film Gunless
Ryan also indicated that he didn't know Phillips was necessarily dead when he wrote: " I hoped to God that was doing the same.

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