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Defoe's next novel was Captain Singleton ( 1720 ), a bipartite adventure story whose first half covers a traversal of Africa and whose second half taps into the contemporary fascination with piracy.
His father was a friend of John Singleton Mosby, the noted cavalry leader of the Confederate Army in the American Civil War who served first under J. E. B.
Dillinger was unable to find a job and began planning a robbery with his friend Ed Singleton.
En route to Mooresville to testify against Singleton Dillinger briefly escaped his captors but was apprehended within a few minutes.
It is credited to " Ike & Tina Turner ", but it is now well known that Ike Turner was paid $ 20, 000 to stay away from the sessions ; the backing track was in fact performed by the Wrecking Crew, and the backing vocals were provided by a chorus of 21 singers — Ikettes Janice Singleton and Diane Rutherford and most of the female singers on Spector's roster, including Ronnie Spector, Darlene Love and Cher.
* Henry Singleton ( 1682 – 1759 ) the eminent judge and friend of Jonathan Swift, was a lifelong resident of Drogheda.
The youngest nominee is John Singleton who was 24 years old when he was nominated in 1992 for Boyz N the Hood.
It was platted and surveyed by Thomas Singleton, county surveyor, December 18, 1840, the first home being built in 1849.
For more than a decade before Bishopville got its name in the honor of Jacques Bishop, it was known as Singleton ’ s Crossroads.
Daniel Carter later purchased the property and it was once again sold to William Singleton in 1790.
This was where the name Singleton ’ s Crossroads originated.
The tavern owned by Singleton and his wife sat at the intersection of what was once known as Mecklenburg Road, now named Church Street, and McCallum Ferry Road, now known as Main Street.
The film was directed by W. S. Van Dyke and also featured Elissa Landi, Joseph Calleia, Jessie Ralph, Alan Marshall, and Penny Singleton.
* Doris Singleton as Caroline Appleby ( she was originally named Lillian Appleby ; but after Singleton's first appearance on the show, the producers felt that the names Lillian and Lucy sounded too similar, so her name was changed to Caroline )
Singleton was born in Los Angeles, the son of Sheila Ward-Johnson, a pharmaceutical company sales executive, and Danny Singleton, a real estate agent, mortgage broker, and financial planner.
Singleton was always present in the Apple computer writing lab, working on his screenplays during late nights and early mornings.
It was nominated for both Best Director and Original Screenplay during the 1991 Academy Awards, making Singleton the youngest person ever nominated for Best Director and the first African – American to be nominated for the award.
* John Singleton was 23 when he directed the movie.
John Bigham also left the band to pursue his own career, later founding the band The Soul of John Black ; Bigham was replaced by former Sound Barrier and Mother's Finest guitarist Tracey " Spacey T " Singleton.
Gore was given first shot at recording " A Groovy Kind of Love ", but Shelby Singleton, a producer for Smash Records, a Mercury subsidiary, recommended that she not record a song with the word " groovy " in it.

Singleton and University
* Earlier graduates include J. C. R. Licklider, pioneer in artificial intelligence ; Charles Nagel, founder of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce ; Julian Hill, co-inventor of nylon ; Clyde Cowan, co-discoverer of the neutrino ; James R. Thompson, Governor of Illinois ; David R. Francis, Governor of Missouri ; William H. Webster, former Director of the FBI ; Edward Singleton Holden, President of the University of California ; Nathan O. Hatch, president of Wake Forest University ; Thomas Lamb Eliot, President of Reed College ; and Abram L. Sachar, founding President of Brandeis University.
* Siepel, Kevin H. Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2008.
The church stands among olive groves on the Via San Leonardo, a country road on the southern outskirts of Florence, next to Villa Spelman, seat of the Johns Hopkins University Charles S. Singleton Center for Italian Studies.
Worked at Radio City 1386AM-The ABM University Health Boards Radio Service in Singleton Hospital, Swansea.
Worked at Radio City 1386AM-The ABM University Health Boards Radio Service in Singleton Hospital, Swansea.
In that year, Fauria was also a first team All-Big 8 choice, a third team Associated Press All-American choice, and he won the Derek Singleton Award, which is given to the University of Colorado football player who displays the most enthusiasm, dedication, and spirit.
* Congress and The Income Tax, Barber B. Conable, Jr. and Arthur L. Singleton, Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1989, ISBN 0-8061-2195-5.
Wigle and Singleton at the University of North Carolina have shown that small molecules interfering with RecA function in the cell may be useful in the creation of new antibiotic drugs.
Singleton Hospital is a 550-bed hospital located in Sketty Lane, Swansea, Wales, operated by Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board.
The hospital adjoins Singleton Park and the main campus of the Swansea University where there is a nursing school and a school of medicine.
Singleton Hospital hosts one of the teaching centres for Swansea University School of Medicine ; the other teaching centre is based at the nearby Morriston Hospital.
During his college career, Singleton attended Pearl River Community College and Murray State University.

Singleton and Southern
Singleton joined the Guangdong Southern Tigers for the 2011-12 season and helped lead the team to the CBA Finals.

Singleton and Writing
* Nominee, Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, John Singleton

Singleton and program
During her sixty year career Singleton appeared as the comic strip heroine Blondie Bumstead in a series of 28 motion pictures from 1938 until 1950 and the popular Blondie radio program from 1939 until 1950.
Singleton and Lake reprised their film roles for radio ; the Blondie radio program had a long run spanning several networks.
* Lawrence Singleton in 1987 " earned an early release CMC through a work program and good behavior " after having served 8 years of a 14-year sentence.
Officer Candidate School was first proposed in June 1938, as the Army began expanding in anticipation of hostilities when a plan for an officer-training program was submitted to the Chief of Infantry by Brigadier General Asa L. Singleton, Commandant of the Infantry School.

Singleton and under
She began to publish poems under different pseudonyms — Ruth Stanhope, Edgar Stanhope, and Anne Singleton.
In 1878, Benjamin " Pap " Singleton chose Dunlap as the site for his second Singleton Colony, a community of freedmen who had migrated from Tennessee, because of land available under the Homestead Act.
As well, under the pseudonym of " Mary Singleton, Spinster ," she edited thirty-seven issues of her own weekly periodical, Old Maid ( 1755 – 1756 ).
Finding that he had a talent for painting, especially portraiture, Peale studied for a time under John Hesselius and John Singleton Copley.
In 2006, Manitoba Auditor General Jon Singleton released a report that was strongly critical of the management of the Manitoba Workers Compensation Board under its former chairman, Wally Fox-Decent.
Catawba is also known under the synonyms Arkansas, Captraube Rot, Catawba Rosa, Catowba Tokay, Cher Kee, Cherokee, Fancher, Francher Kello White, Francher Kells White, Keller's White, Lebanon, Lebanon Seedling, Lichigan, Lincoln, Lincolun, Mammoth Catawba, Meads Seedling, Mecleron, Merceron, Michigan, Muncy, Muncy Pale Red, Municipale Red, Omega, R'd Muncy, Red Muncy, Rose Of Tennessee, Rote Captraube, Sarato A, Saratoga, Singleton, Tekomah, Tokay, Virginia Amber, and White Catawba.
After the release of Superman Returns, Routh signed on to play CIA agent John Clark in Without Remorse under the direction of John Singleton with a screenplay by Stuart Beattie.
Singleton will eventually come to own the Daily Breeze under a 2007 plan to acquire ownership of the paper as part of a swap with Hearst in which Hearst would trade some California papers and the St. Paul Pioneer Press for an increased stake in Singleton's non-California operations.
Designed under the supervision of John Whitton, Singleton Railway Station is listed on the Register of the National Estate.

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