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Weld and anti-slavery
In 1836, Weld invited Rankin to join a group called " the Seventy " who were selected by the American Anti-Slavery Society to travel to churches throughout the Northern states preaching in support of immediate emancipation and forming local anti-slavery societies.

Weld and such
Ransohoff and Peckinpah agreed that Tate's timidity and lack of experience would cause her to flounder in such a large part, and she was rejected in favor of Tuesday Weld.
A few non-Chinese sources such as the advanced Hoidas Lake project in northern Canada as well as Mount Weld in Australia are currently under development ; however, the barriers to entry are high and require years to go online.
Though the Grimké sisters were strongly supported by some male abolitionists such as Weld and Garrison, they were met with a considerable amount of opposition – both because they were female and because they were abolitionists.
Division in the party was evident too at the 1996 convention, at which more moderate party members such as California governor Pete Wilson and Massachusetts Governor William Weld unsuccessfully sought to remove the Human Life Amendment plank from the party platform.
Social liberals such as California Governor Pete Wilson and Massachusetts Governor William Weld loudly argued to remove the Human Life Amendment plank from the convention platform.
Weld's mother was scandalized by her teenage daughter's affairs with older men, such as actor John Ireland, but Weld resisted, saying, "' If you don ’ t leave me alone, I ’ ll quit being an actress — which means there ain ’ t gonna be no more money for you, Mama.
Many evangelical leaders in the United States such as Presbyterian Charles Finney and Theodore Weld, and women such as Harriet Beecher Stowe ( daughter of abolitionist Lyman Beecher ) and Sojourner Truth motivated hearers to support abolition.
An object such as a thumbtack or pen cover can stand on its base by itself, however an object such as a needle will need to be rooted in another stable object such as an eraser, sponge, box, or bottle cap in order to provide it with enough stability to hold the spinning wheel on its tip ; one design even uses a plastic bottle cap filled with an equal amount of J-B Weld, a two-part epoxy, to hold a needle upright in place.

Weld and Stanton
During the Civil War, Stone joined with Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Martha Coffin Wright, Amy Post, Antoinette Brown Blackwell, Ernestine Rose, and Angelina Grimké Weld to form the Woman's National Loyal League in 1863.

Weld and John
Notable Irish trainers include Dermot Weld, John Oxx and Aidan O ' Brien.
On May 19, 1998, all seven members of L0pht ( Brian Oblivion, Kingpin, Mudge, Space Rogue, Stefan Von Neumann, John Tan, Weld Pond ) famously testified before the Congress of the United States that they could shut down the entire Internet in 30 minutes.
Present were Weld Pond, John Tan, Mudge, Space Rogue, Silicosis and Dildog.
* John Weld Peck, federal judge
Gainesboro was the shooting location of John Frankenheimer's 1970 film I Walk the Line starring Gregory Peck and Tuesday Weld.
" Inspired by prior wedding statements made by John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor Mill in 1851, and by Theodore Dwight Weld and Angelina Grimké in 1838, the two wrote up a tract they called " Marriage Protest " and printed a number of copies to hand out at their wedding.
One notable 1968 production starred George C. Scott as John Proctor, Colleen Dewhurst ( Scott's wife at the time ) as Elizabeth Proctor, Melvyn Douglas as Thomas Danforth, and Tuesday Weld as Abigail Williams.
Two years later, the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded in Boston by a group that included George Thorndike Angell, John Quincy Adams II, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry Saltonstall, and William Gordon Weld.
She was born of Dr. John Scudder Jr. and his wife, Sophia ( née Weld ), part of a long line of medical missionaries ( see Scudders in India ).
* John George Weld Weld-Forester, 2nd Baron Forester ( 1801 – 1874 )
Dewhurst appeared opposite her then-husband, Scott, in a 1971 television adaptation of Arthur Miller's The Price, on Hallmark Hall of Fame, an anthology series, and there is another television recording of them together when she played Elizabeth Proctor to his unfaithful John in Miller's The Crucible ( with Tuesday Weld.
He first came to prominence as the stable jockey to Dermot Weld and later was retained by John Magnier and Aidan O ' Brien as stable jockey at Ballydoyle for many years.
: John Weld SJ ( 1813-1816 )
it was the private chapel of the Weld family and designed by John Tasker.
By his second marriage to Anne Philipson he had three sons, Matthew, Thomas and Frederick, and six daughters: Katherine ( wife of Ralph Eure ), Mary, Anne, Frances ( wife of John Talbot, 10th Earl of Shrewsbury ), Margaret ( wife of John Fortescue ), and Clare ( wife of Humphrey Weld ).
It was co-chaired by former Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, John Manley, former Finance Minister of Mexico, Pedro Aspe, and former Governor of Massachusetts and Assistant U. S. Attorney General William F. Weld.
The Rainmaker play was remade as for American television in 1982, directed by John Frankenheimer and starring James Cromwell, Tommy Lee Jones, William Katt and Tuesday Weld.

Weld and Adams
The area has been reduced since November 15, 2001 with the creation of the new Broomfield County from part of Weld County and parts of Adams, Boulder, and Jefferson counties.
Over the next three decades, the city grew through annexations, many of which crossed the county line into three adjacent counties: Adams, Jefferson and Weld.
Consolidated City and County of Broomfield created November 15, 2001, from the incorporated City of Broomfield and portions of Boulder, Adams, Jefferson, and Weld Counties.
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The Archdiocese of Denver is the Catholic Archdiocese of the Roman Rite for the city of Denver, Colorado, and the Colorado counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Jefferson, Larimer, Logan, and Weld.
* In Colorado, Baseline Road in Boulder marks the 40th parallel, or the western extension of the Kansas-Nebraska boundary, which is also the boundary between Adams and Weld counties.

Weld and which
By 2009, the number of wells had fallen to about 200 ; but new discoveries in Weld County, Colorado have prompted interest in exploring the Niobrara shale, which lies beneath western Nebraska, northeastern Colorado, and southeastern Wyoming.
This was built on the site of Weld Chapel, which was demolished in 1861.
Weld County lies within the relatively flat eastern portion of Colorado ; the northeastern portions of the county contain the extensive Pawnee National Grassland and the Pawnee Buttes, which jut above the surrounding terrain.
This project collected and captured Western Slope water, and carried it over to the Front Range Colorado counties of Boulder, Larimer and Weld, along with an extensive water storage and distribution system, which significantly extended the irrigable growing season and brought substantial additional land under irrigation for the first time.
The northward city limits are now contiguous with those of Windsor, which has expanded westward from Weld County across Interstate 25.
In October 1986, Phoenix co-starred alongside Tuesday Weld and Geraldine Fitzgerald in the acclaimed CBS television movie Circle of Violence: A Family Drama, which told the tragic story of domestic elder abuse.
He also served as an Associate Justice and as Chief Justice on the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and was Weld Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School, of which he was an alumnus.
In the segment " Chérie " which most closely follows the film, Tuesday Weld performed the role of Marilyn Monroe, and Gary Lockwood appeared as the Don Murray character.
Recovering from a case of tinnitus that had come about after the recording of 1990's Ragged Glory and its subsequent tour ( which produced 1991's Weld and Arc ), Young was determined to return to the studio.
Weld was an active supporter of " immediate emancipation " abolitionism, as opposed to colonization, which proposed sending blacks home to Africa.
The first one these later films was Sex Kittens Go to College, in 1960, which co-starred Tuesday Weld.
The Weld Blundell ( pronounced " Well Blundell ") pub is opposite Lydiate's village green, which is little more than a few square metres in area and has a bus stop.
At the restoration of Charles II, Arundell, on paying £ 35, 000, was confirmed in all his family estates, many of which had been sold by the Commonwealth to Humphrey Weld.
There are two local pubs, both on the A565 north of the village: the Weld Blundell, on Scaffold Lane ; and the Red Squirrel, which is part of the Harvester restaurant chain, at the junction of Scaffold Lane and Orrell Hill Lane.
The design for the Territorial Seal which served as a model for the State Seal or Great Seal of Colorado has been variously credited, but the individual primarily responsible was Lewis Ledyard Weld, the Territorial Secretary, appointed by President Abraham Lincoln in July 1861.
In 1956, Weld played the lead in Rock, Rock, Rock, which featured record promoter Alan Freed and singers Chuck Berry, Frankie Lymon, and Johnny Burnette.
In her thirties, Weld performed in Looking for Mr. Goodbar ( 1977 ), for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress ; Who'll Stop the Rain ( 1978 ) opposite Nick Nolte ; and Michael Mann's acclaimed 1981 film Thief, opposite James Caan.
Weld has also appeared in a number of television movies, including a remake of the much-filmed tearjerker Madame X ( 1981 ), Circle of Violence ( 1986 ), Reflections of Murder ( 1974 ) ( an American remake of the French film Les Diaboliques ), and A Question of Guilt, in which she plays a woman accused of murdering her children.
Exercise " Italic Weld ", a combined air-naval-ground exercise in northern Italy involving the United States, Italy, Turkey, and Greece, appears to have been one of the first exercises in which the new Italian Army orientation was tested.
In 1878 he began construction of the Larimer and Weld Canal, once known as the Eaton Ditch, which at the time was the largest and longest irrigation canal in the state.

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