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Ruggles and new
As Ruggles attempts to adjust to this rough new community, he learns to live life on his own terms, achieving a fulfilling independence as a result.
The newest administrative additions are Dr. Kyle Ruggles, the new 09-10 principal, and two new 09-10 assistant principals: Bjorn Paige and Mark Van Over.
Ruggles received the first patent granted under the new system ; Samuel Hopkins received the first X-Patent.
Both Lexington Avenue and Irving Place began in 1832 when Samuel Ruggles, a lawyer and real-estate developer, petitioned the New York State Legislature to approve the creation of a new north / south avenue between the existing Third and Fourth Avenues, between 14th and 30th Streets.
The legislation approved, and, as the owner of most of the land along the route of the new street, Ruggles was assessed for the majority of its cost.
Ruggles also brought about the creation by the state legislature of Lexington Avenue and Irving Place, two new north-south roads laid out between Third and Fourth Avenues and feeding into his development at the top and bottom of the park.
With the opening of the new Orange Line in May 1987, the south end of the 43 was truncated to Ruggles, with extensions of the and providing service between Ruggles and Egleston.
In a renovation that took place in 2002 and 2003, a new handicapped-accessible station was built between Museum Road and Ruggles Street.

Ruggles and ',
Home of Benjamin Ruggles Woodbridge, ' Sycamores ', a former dormitory for the college

Ruggles and Americans
Bathsheba Ruggles Spooner ( February 15, 1746 – July 2, 1778 ) was the first woman to be executed in the United States by Americans rather than the British.

Ruggles and Egbert
* Charles Ruggles ... Egbert Floud ( billed as Charlie Ruggles )

Ruggles and Charlie
His many plays included Nobody's Widow ( 1910 ), starring Blanche Bates ; Fair and Warmer ( 1915 ), starring Madge Kennedy ( filmed in 1919 ); The Gold Diggers ( 1919 ), starring Ina Claire ( filmed in 1923 as The Gold Diggers, in 1928 as Gold Diggers of Broadway and also as Gold Diggers of 1933 ); Ladies ' Night, 1920, starring Charlie Ruggles ( filmed in 1928 ); the famous mystery play The Bat ( with Mary Roberts Rinehart ), 1920 ( filmed in 1926, 1930 and 1959 ); Getting Gertie's Garter ( with Wilson Collison ), 1921, starring Hazel Dawn ( filmed in 1927 and 1945 ); The Demi-Virgin, 1921, also starring Hazel Dawn ; The Alarm Clock, 1923 ; The Best People ( with David Gray ), 1924 ( filmed in 1925 and as Fast and Loose in 1930 ), the song-farce Naughty Cinderella, 1925, starring Irene Bordoni and The Garden of Eden in 1927 ( filmed in as 1928 ).
: also sung by Charlie Ruggles and Jeanette MacDonald
Ruggles of Red Gap was adapted as a radio play on the July 10, 1939 episode of Lux Radio Theater, the December 17, 1945 episode of The Screen Guild Theater and the June 8, 1946 episode of Academy Award Theater, all with Charles Laughton and Charlie Ruggles reprising their film parts.
* Charlie Ruggles: March Hare
Hawks got character actors Charlie Ruggles on loan from Paramount Pictures to play Major Horace Applegate and Barry Fitzgerald on loan from the The Mary Pickford Corporation to play the gardener Aloysius Gogarty.
* Charles Ruggles as Viscount Gilbert de Varèze ( as Charlie Ruggles )
* Charlie Ruggles, actor
Charles Sherman “ CharlieRuggles ( February 8, 1886 – December 23, 1970 ) was a comic American actor.
Charlie Ruggles was born in Los Angeles, California in 1886.
He was the headline character in the TV series The Ruggles, a family comedy in which he played a character also called Charlie Ruggles, and The World of Mr. Sweeney.
* Charlie Ruggles fan website
She also appeared in the once controversial Jean Harlow film Red-Headed Woman ( 1932 ), the musical comedy The Big Broadcast ( 1932 ) with Bing Crosby, George Burns and Gracie Allen, and was widely praised for her comedic performance in Ruggles of Red Gap ( 1935 ) opposite Charles Laughton and Charlie Ruggles.
* This Is Your Life ( 1959 ) Charlie Ruggles ( TV episode )
The film moves on to show segments with Paramount players of the 1931-32 season, including George Bancroft, Nancy Carroll, the Four Marx Brothers, Charles Rogers, Clive Brook, Phillips Holmes, Sylvia Sidney, Eleanor Boardman, Frances Dee, Jackie Searl, Kay Francis, Judith Wood, Regis Toomey, Peggy Shannon, Jackie Coogan, Lilyan Tashman, Eugene Pallette, Anna May Wong, Juliette Compton, Stuart Erwin, William Boyd, Miriam Hopkins, Wynne Gibson, Jack Oakie, Ginger Rogers, Robert Coogan, Carmen Barnes, Charlie Ruggles, Richard ' Skeets ' Gallagher, Mitzi Green, Richard Arlen, Carole Lombard, Fredric March, Claudette Colbert, Paul Lukas, Tallulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Ruth Chatterton, Marlene Dietrich, and Maurice Chevalier.
* The Smiling Lieutenant directed by Ernst Lubitsch with Maurice Chevalier Claudette Colbert, Charlie Ruggles, and Miriam Hopkins
Charlie playing an ex-convict finds life on the outside not to his liking and leads him to breaking into a home with another thief ( Wesley Ruggles ).

Ruggles and Mary
Throughout the 1930s he was teamed with comic actress Mary Boland in a string of domestic farces, notably Six of a Kind, Ruggles of Red Gap, and People Will Talk ; Boland was the domineering wife and Ruggles the mild-mannered husband.

Ruggles and ),
* Too Many Husbands ( 1940 ), d. Wesley Ruggles
Stars featured in the film included Charlotte Henry as Alice, W. C. Fields as Humpty Dumpty, Edna May Oliver as the Red Queen, Cary Grant as the Mock Turtle ( Grant's star was still on the ascent at the time ), Gary Cooper as the White Knight, Edward Everett Horton as The Hatter, Charles Ruggles as The March Hare, and Baby LeRoy as The Joker.
These include Viscount Gilbert de Varèze ( Ruggles ), who owes Maurice a large amount of money for tailoring work ; Gilbert's uncle Duke d ' Artelines ( C. Aubrey Smith ), the family patriarch ; d ' Artelines ' man-hungry niece Valentine ( Loy ); and his other 22-year-old niece, Princess Jeanette ( MacDonald ), who has been a widow for three years.
Anderson, moving cockpit trainers by Lender and Heidelberg in France ( patented in 1917 ), and the U. S ." Ruggles Orientator " by W. G.
* Benjamin Ruggles Woodbridge ( 1739 – 1819 ), a doctor, a legislator, a colonel of the Massachusetts militia during the American Revolutionary War
* Nathaniel Ruggles ( 1761 – 1819 ), U. S. representative.
* George D. Ruggles ( 1833 – 1904 ), Adjutant General of the U. S. Army from 1893 to 1897
* Herb Tarlek ( Frank Bonner ), full name Herbert Ruggles Tarlek, Jr., the boorish, tasteless advertising account executive, wears loud plaid suits, with his belt matching his white shoes.
He teutonized his name to ' Carl ' at an early age ( partially due to his great admiration for German composers, especially Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss ), and though he never legally changed it, signed all documents and works in his adult life “ Carl Ruggles ”.
* Sun-Treader ( 1931 ), for large orchestra-at 16 minutes, Ruggles ' longest and best-known work
* Thomas ( Ruggles ) Pynchon (, Jr .) ( born 1937 ), an American novelist
Born August 1, 1835 near Rome, Georgia, Boudinot was the son of Elias Boudinot, a Cherokee National leader, and his wife Harriet Ruggles Gold ( 1805 – 1836 ), a woman of English descent from Cornwall, Connecticut.
Maxwell House was the sponsor of Maxwell House Coffee Time ( 1937 – 1949 ), featuring Baby Snooks, Charles Ruggles, Frank Morgan, Topper, and George Burns and Gracie Allen over the years in a predominately radio comedy and variety format.

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