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# REDIRECT Clan McDuck # Sir Stuft McDuck
Sir Stuft was born in 1190 Under his leadership the Clan suffered from financial problems.

Sir and McDuck
# REDIRECT Clan McDuck # Sir Swamphole McDuck
# REDIRECT Clan McDuck # Sir Roast McDuck
# REDIRECT Clan McDuck # Sir Quackly McDuck
# REDIRECT Clan McDuck # Sir Eider McDuck
Sir Eider McDuck is mentioned in the story " The Old Castle's Secret " by Carl Barks and later appeared in Don Rosa's Duck Family Tree.
Sir Quackly McDuck is mentioned in the story " The Old Castle's Secret " by Carl Barks and later appeared in Don Rosa's Duck Family Tree.
Sir Quackly's remains and the treasure chest were found by Scrooge McDuck in 1948.
Sir Roast McDuck is mentioned in the story " The Old Castle's Secret " by Carl Barks and later appeared in Don Rosa's Duck Family Tree.
Sir Swamphole McDuck is one of the ancient McDucks, created by Carl Barks.
Sir Swamphole was born in Scotland in 1110, and later became the leader of The Clan McDuck.
Sir Donald McDuck is mentioned in " The History of The Clan McDuck " by Don Rosa, a chapter created for The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck though it never got a place in the story at the end.
Sir Donald McDuck, nicknamed " Black Donald " because of his foul temper, is said to have invented Golf, Hammer Throw and Caber Toss in 1440.
Sir Simon McDuck is mentioned in A Letter From Home by Don Rosa.
In The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck, Howard acts as one of Scrooge McDuck's many early mentors-others include Sir Quackly McDuck's ghost and a young Theodore Roosevelt.
The treasure once belonged to Sir Quackly McDuck, but both the treasure and its owner disappeared during the siege of 1057.
However, they then remember the tale of Sir Swamphole McDuck, who sealed the dungeons ( due to the costly price of running a dungeon ) and find a secret passageway into the dungeons and castle through his fake grave site ( while his skeleton was located inside of his armor ), which had been made in case there was a need of emergency evacuation of the castle.

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The most famous document that comes out of this dispute is perhaps Sir Philip Sidney's An Apologie For Poetrie, published in 1595.
As Sir Charles Oman once said, `` it is no longer fashionable to declare that we can say nothing certain about Old English origins ''.
In the main stream of historical thinking is a group of scholars, H.M. Chadwick, R.H. Hodgkin, Sir Frank Stenton et al. who are in varying degrees sceptical of the native traditions of the conquest but who defend the catastrophic type of invasion suggested by them.
In his letter mentioning Shakespeare on January 24, 1597/8, Sturley asked Quiney especially that `` theare might ( be ) bi Sir Ed. Grev. some meanes made to the Knightes of the Parliament for an ease and discharge of such taxes and subsedies wherewith our towne is like to be charged, and I assure u I am in great feare and doubte bi no meanes hable to paie.
Sir Ed. Gre. is gonne to Brestowe and from thence to Lond. as I heare, who verie well knoweth our estates and wil be willinge to do us ani good ''.
Sir -- Your editorial, `` Housing Speedup '', is certainly not the answer to our slum problems.
Sir -- An old man is kicked to death by muggers.
Sir Robert Watson-Watt's `` rebuttal '' of Sir Charles Snow's Godkin Lectures is marred throughout by too forceful a desire to defend Lindemann and apparently himself from Sir Charles' supposed falsehoods while stating those `` falsehoods '' in an unclear incoherent argument.
As Sir Giles Overreach ( how often had he had to play that part, who did not believe a word of it ), he raised his arm and declaimed: `` Where is my honour now ''??
Sir Henry Sumner Maine, a hundred years before Communism was a force to be reckoned with, wrote his brilliant legal generalization, that `` the progress of society is from status to contract ''.
At the same time, however, I availed myself of the services of that great English actor and master of make-up, Sir Gauntley Pratt, to do a `` quickie '' called The Mystery of the Mad Marquess, in which I played a young American girl who inherits a haunted castle on the English moors which is filled with secret passages and sliding panels and, unbeknownst to anyone, is still occupied by an eccentric maniac.
Fing, a lean, chiseled, impeccable gentleman of the old school who was once mistaken on the street for Sir Cedric Hardwicke, is responsible for the rediscovery of Verdi's earliest, most raucous opera, Nabisco, a sumptuous bout-de-souffle with a haunting leitmotiv that struck me as being highly reminiscent of the Mudugno version of `` Volare ''.
Sir Julian Huxley in his book Uniqueness Of Man makes the novel point that just as man is unique in being the only animal which requires a long period of infancy and childhood under family protection, so is he the only animal who has a long period after the decline of his procreativity.
Sir John Tenniel's illustration of the Caterpillar ( Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ) | Caterpillar for Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is noted for its ambiguous central figure, whose head can be viewed as being a human male's face with a pointed nose and pointy chin or being the head end of an actual caterpillar, with the first two right " true " legs visible.
" Eleanor Audeley ", wife of Sir John Davies, is said to have been brought before the High Commission in 1634 for extravagances, stimulated by the discovery that her name could be transposed to " Reveale, O Daniel ", and to have been laughed out of court by another anagram submitted by Sir John Lambe, the dean of the Arches, " Dame Eleanor Davies ", " Never soe mad a ladie ".
* 1305 – Sir William Wallace is executed for high treason at Smithfield in London.
* 1799 – The entire Dutch fleet is captured by British forces under the command of Sir Ralph Abercromby and Admiral Sir Charles Mitchell during the Second Coalition of the French Revolutionary Wars.
The Sir Alexander Fleming Building on the South Kensington campus was opened in 1998 and is now one of the main preclinical teaching sites of the Imperial College School of Medicine.
Sir Alan Ayckbourn CBE ( born 12 April 1939 ) is a prolific English playwright.

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" In addition to the various works of Brewster already mentioned, the following may be added: Notes and Introduction to Carlyle's translation of Legendre's Elements of Geometry ( 1824 ); Treatise on Optics ( 1831 ); Letters on Natural Magic, addressed to Sir Walter Scott ( 1832 ); The Martyrs of Science, or the Lives of Galileo, Tycho Brahe, and Kepler ( 1841 ); More Worlds than One ( 1854 ).
In addition to Sir Walter Scott's The Monastery, a hand-fast marriage is mentioned in William Shakespeare's Cymbeline ( act I, scene vi ).
Sir Roger de Coverly, mentioned by Charles Dickens, is the ancestor of America's Virginia Reel.
The first time I heard it mentioned was in the 1980s and I immediately consulted Sir John Gielgud whose own performance of Jack Worthing in the same play was legendary and whose knowledge of theatrical lore was encyclopaedic.
His curiosity was aroused, however, by organic chemistry, and especially by a course of organic biochemistry, given by F. von Wessely, in which Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins ' work at Cambridge was mentioned.
The concept of carbon-arc lighting was first demonstrated by Sir Humphry Davy in the early 19th century ( 1802, 1805, 1807 and 1809 are all mentioned ), using charcoal sticks and a 2000-cell battery to create an arc across a gap.
The duo would use characters similar to Richie and Eddie in The Young Ones ( Rick and Vyvyan, 1982 – 1984 ); The Dangerous Brothers ( Richard Dangerous and Sir Adrian Dangerous, 1985 ); Filthy, Rich and Catflap ( Richie Rich and Eddie Catflap, 1987 ); Mr. Jolly Lives Next Door ( names not mentioned, 1988 ); and finally in their adaptation of Waiting for Godot ( 1991 ).
Sir Thomas de la More, describing the Battle of Battenberg ( 1321 ), mentioned that baronets took part, along with barons and knights.
* Lady Appleby, Sir Humphrey's wife, is mentioned on occasion and seen only briefly in " Big Brother ".
Walthamstow is mentioned in the Paul McCartney and Wings song Old Siam, Sir from the 1979 album Back to the Egg.
* A Man for All Seasons ( 1960 )-as mentioned above, involves Sir Thomas More's conflict with Henry VIII over his break with the Catholic Church.
* The Sir Thomas Browne Page at the University of Chicago, a comprehensive site with the complete works — all the works mentioned above, plus the minor works ; Samuel Johnson's Life of Browne, Kenelm Digby's Observations on Religio Medici, and Alexander Ross's Medicus Medicatus ; and background material, such as many of Browne's ancient sources.
It is unknown when the first spectacles were made, but the British scientist and historian Sir Joseph Needham stated in his research that the ancient Chinese invented the earliest eyeglasses 1000 years ago and were also mentioned by the Venetian Marco Polo in his account of his travels in ancient China.
The Carbonari are mentioned prominently in the Sherlock Holmes short story " The Adventure of the Red Circle " ( 1911 ), written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The original medieval court was first mentioned in 1585 ; it was next to the older Newgate Prison, and seems to have grown out of the endowment to improve Newgate prison and rooms for the Sheriffs, made possible by a gift from Sir Richard Whittington.
In 1901, Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose filed for a US patent for " A Device for Detecting Electrical Disturbances " that mentioned the use of a galena crystal ; this was granted in 1904, # 755840.
A school in Wellingborough is named after Sir Christopher Hatton, and Edward Mannock is mentioned on the Wellingborough War Memorial.
At its first publication in 1597 or 1598 the play was titled The History of Henrie the Fourth and its title page advertised only the presence of Henry Percy and the comic Sir John Falstaff ; Prince Hal was not mentioned.
The change of names is mentioned in seventeenth-century works by Richard James (" Epistle to Sir Harry Bourchier ", c. 1625 ) and Thomas Fuller ( Worthies of England, 1662 ).

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