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When and Fred
When Fred wheeled him back into his room, the big one looking out on the back porch, and put him to bed, Papa told him he was very tired but that he had enjoyed greatly the trip downtown.
When I address Fred I never have to raise either my voice or my hopes.
When one of the Peugeot racers remained in the United States during World War I and parts could not be acquired from France for the 1914 season, owner Bob Burma had it serviced in the shop of Harry Miller by a young mechanic named Fred Offenhauser.
By the spring of 1923, original dramatic pieces written specially for radio were airing on stations in Cincinnati ( When Love Wakens by WLW's Fred Smith ), Philadelphia ( The Secret Wave by Clyde A. Criswell ) and Los Angeles ( At Home over KHJ ).
When Clarke first unveiled the character of Fred Dagg in recordings and on New Zealand TV in 1975, he became a national star and icon.
The poem that Fred asks Laura to assist him with is by John Keats: " When I have Fears that I may Cease to Be ".
The actual quote Fred recites is ' When I behold, upon the night's starr'd face, Huge cloudy symbols of a high Romance ....'.
When Fred is killed by Illyria, Spike mourns her death and decides to join Team Angel in her honor.
When vampire Gunn causes Illyria to revert to her monster form, memories of Fred from Spike and Wesley are transplanted into her to restore her humanity.
When Harper demands that Fred produce " further exhibits ", the judge finds his bench inundated with 21 bags of letters, all presumably from the dead letter office.
When Bill counters that he is not the 18th president Fred responds " Duh!
When Fred asks her if she sees people she used to know, her answer proves provocative: " Words like see don't do very well on this side of things.
When George is ten years old, Fred files for bankruptcy and loses everything, but tries to make George realize that money is not important.
When he tried to sell parts of a lethal injection machine and other inventory from Fred Leuchter Associates, much of it items pending work for various states who refused to pay him for previously contracted or agreed work, he was again charged.
* " When The Whip-poor-will Sings, Marguerite " w. C. M. Denison m. J. Fred Helf
* " When You Know You're Not Forgotten By The Girl You Can't Forget " w. Ed Gardinier m. J. Fred Helf
When Wang looked to retire from actively running his company in 1986, he insisted upon handing over the corporate reins to his son Fred Wang.
When she meets a nice man named Fred Archer and believes she is " a little in love " with him, she decides she can no longer withstand with Villeridge and his tyrannical ways.
When the new Happy Harmonies series ran significantly over-budget in 1937, MGM fired Harman and Ising and established its own in-house studio headed by Fred Quimby.
When Lamont quits his job and Fred fires his new man, the two decide to reform their partnership despite the fact that both are too proud to admit that they couldn't make it without each other.
When Julio and his family move in next to the Sanfords, Fred takes an immediate disliking to them and remarks, " There goes the neighborhood.
* That's When Your Heartaches Begin, by William Raskin, George Brown ( Billy Hill ), and Fred Fisher, Fred Fisher Music Co. ( 1940 ) ( an Ink Spots tune recorded in 1957 by Elvis )

When and Powell's
When Thatcher was challenged by Michael Heseltine for the leadership of the Conservative Party during November 1990, Powell said he would rejoin the party, which he had left in February 1974 over the issue of Europe, if Thatcher won, and would urge the public to support both her and, in Powell's view, national independence.
When the quintet came together for the final ensemble section, Powell's piano made its final, sarcastic comment on the proceedings.
When, a quarter of an hour later, the player in the red jersey returned to the field, a cheer went up from the crowd, who — not knowing the seriousness of Powell's injury — were under the impression the injured Welsh wing half was returning.
When his parents separated, Powell's mother was granted custody, and he was raised and educated in Puerto Rico.
These included roles in Kaufman and Moss Hart's Once in a Lifetime, Rachel Crothers's When Ladies Meet and Dawn Powell's Jig Saw.
When some Labour Party members called for his old friend Enoch Powell to be prosecuted under the Race Relations Act ( see Letter-to-the-Editor, Daily Telegraph 22 November 1968 ), John Biggs-Davison leapt to Powell's defence in an acrimonious House of Commons debate during which Harold Wilson was accused of being an enemy of free speech.

When and brother-in-law
When his father drowned in battle, Hannibal's brother-in-law Hasdrubal succeeded to his command of the army with Hannibal serving as an officer under him.
When Maria's eldest sister Alexandra visited Gatchina in July 1894, she was surprised to see how weak her brother-in-law Alexander III had become.
When the Polish army advanced to Meissen, Mieszko II unsuccessfully tried to besiege the castle of his brother-in-law, Margrave Herman I ( husband of his sister Regelinda ).
When store owner Max Levinson was approached by Carter about stocking the device, he called in his brother-in-law Abe Bookman, a graduate of Ohio Mechanics Institute.
The following evening Profumo's brother-in-law, Lord Balfour of Inchrye, remarked on live television that " When a man has by self-indulgence acquired the shape of Lord Hailsham, sexual continence requires no more than a sense of the ridiculous ".
When the childless Philip of Alsace left on his first crusade in 1177, he designated his brother-in-law Baldwin V his heir.
When his kingship is compared with his pagan brother-in-law Æthelfrith, or to Æthelfrith's sons Oswald and Oswiu, or to the resolutely pagan Penda of Mercia, Edwin appears to be something less than a key figure in Britain during the first half of the 7th century.
When his brother-in-law, the emperor Henry, died without sons in 1216, Peter was chosen as his successor, and with a small army set out from France to take possession of his throne.
When Ladislaus was crowned, the counties of Moson and Pozsony, were still under the rule of King Salamon, who could count on the assistance of his brother-in-law, King Henry IV of Germany.
When producer Charles Mintz ended his association with Disney, Harman and Ising went to work for Mintz, whose brother-in-law, George Winkler, set up a new animation studio to make the Oswald cartoons.
When her husband deserted her, she borrowed a male suit from her brother-in-law James Gray, assumed his name, and began to search for Summs ( she was to learn later that her husband had been executed for murder ).
When his resignation was accepted, he accompanied his brother-in-law Richard, Duke of York, to France, taking 1, 300 men-at-arms and archers with him.
When Joseph was sent off to Spain two years later, he was replaced by Napoleon's sister Caroline and his brother-in-law Marshal Joachim Murat, as King of the Two Sicilies.
When Pitt strayed from the Liberal principles of his early days, his brother-in-law severed their political connection and opposed the arbitrary measures which the ministry favoured.
When the Earl arrives ( in his bookie disguise ) he laments having ignored Jeeves ' advice to lay off Captain Biggar's bet, and is shocked to find his sister and brother-in-law have come to visit.
When they returned the king sent him to try to negotiate with Holland's brother-in-law Henry Bolingbroke.
When the locals reported the presence of a lame beggar who looked alike to the great general Xiahou Ba who attacked them years ago, the Shu emperor, Liu Shan, hurriedly sent a rescue team to escort his brother-in-law to his capital of Chengdu.
When his brother-in-law died ( 1167 ), his wife inherited the county of Vermandois.
When Helvidius proposed this idea in the 4th century, Jerome maintained that Mary remained always a virgin, and held that those who were called the brothers and sisters of Jesus were actually children of Clopas, a brother-in-law of Mary.
When she receives word her brother-in-law has died, she and Joe visit her sister Gwen and invite her to spend a couple of weeks with them.
When his brother-in-law Gijsbert d ' Hondecoeter died, he trained his nephew Melchior d ' Hondecoeter, together with his own son Jan Weenix.
When Mursili returned to his kingdom, he was assassinated in a conspiracy led by his brother-in-law, Hantili I ( who took the throne ), and Hantili's son-in-law, Zidanta I.
When his uncle's firm merged with that of Andrew Colvile in 1812 he came in contact with the HBC since Colvile was on the HBC board and was the brother-in-law of Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk.
When German king Otto I had defeated the Magyars, the marchia was re-established in the conquered territories and put under the command of Burkhard, a brother-in-law of Duchess Judith of Bavaria.

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