1. William Duncan (actor) of home bar
William Duncan (December 16, 1879 February 7, 1961), born in Dundee, Scotland was an actor, producer, writer, and director of film serials. He was a leading star, becoming one of the highest paid actors in the early film industry.
Many of the films he starred in did not survive to the present day. Duncan, who was Hollywood's first Scottish movie star, worked with the major studios of the day including the Selig Polyscope Company and Vitagraph
2. Personal life and legacy of home bar
In December 1947, she married George Elliott Marsh Sr.
; he died in 1989. They had four children: Brad, Blake, Sherry, and Elliott. During her lifetime, Marsh received multiple recognitions and awards, including the WSB Radio 750 Award (1973), South Fulton's Influential Top 10 (1986), and the Elbert County Chamber's Native Citizen Award (2004).
In 2020, Marsh was inducted into the Georgia Women of Achievement Hall of Fame. Marsh died on February 9, 2013 at Piedmont Hospital, following a hip fracture and ensuing complications.
Mollie Fontaine Taylor House of home bar
The Mollie Fontaine Taylor House is a historic Victorian architecture residence at 679 Adams Avenue converted into a bar a restaurant in the Victorian Village section of Memphis, Tennessee. Built circa 1886 it was a wedding present for a wealthy daughter of Nolan Fontaine. The father's home where she grew up, the Woodruff-Fontaine House, is across the street and is now a museum.
4. Lena Giudici of home bar
Lena Giudici (/ddisi/ juu-DEE-see; November 7, 1898 January 8, 1995) was an American lawyer and clubwoman.
Giudici was the third woman admitted to the Vermont Bar Association (1921) and a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association (1920). She was active in civic and community affairs, serving on the board of the Office of Price Administration and presiding over the Vermont Federation of Professional and Business Women's Clubs.
Doug Combs of home bar
Douglas L. "Doug" Combs (born October 17, 1951) is an Associate Justice of the Oklahoma Supreme Court. He was appointed by Governor of Oklahoma Brad Henry to the Oklahoma Supreme Court, effective January 1, 2011, filling a vacancy created by the retirement of Justice Rudolph Hargrave.
Combs was selected to become Chief Justice of the Oklahoma Supreme Court, effective December 1, 2016 and served until December 31, 2018. .
Writings of home bar
He is also an historian and author, his recent books include Ministering Justice Administration of Justice in Nigeria (Qbooks 2019); Platter of Gold: Making Nigeria (2016); Possessed A History of Law & Justice in the Crown Colony of Lagos (2014); Commercial Arbitration Arbitration Law & International Practice in Nigeria (Lexis Nexis 2011) Johnson and Shasore;; Jurisdiction & Sovereign Immunity in Nigerian Commercial Law (Practice and textbook) (2007 NIIA)
7. Notable alumni of home bar
Nene Amegatcher, active Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana (2018). Chuka Umunna, Change-UK, The Independent Group (formerly Labour) MP for Streatham since 2010.
Paul Carr, Writer, journalist and commentator. Thomas Brennan, barrister involved in the widely publicised bank charges case of Brennan v National Westminster Bank EWHC 2759 (QB). Iain Naylor, noted industrialist, philanthropist, and author of The Importance of Good Chat.
Alyn Smith, SNP MEP for Scotland. His Honour Judge Avik Mukherjee, full-time judge at Birmingham Crown Court.
Harry C. Stuttle of home bar
Harry Conrad Stuttle (February 25, 1879July 14, 1947) was an American lawyer, judge, and politician. Stuttle was born in Litchfield, Illinois.
He went to the Litchfield public schools and to the University of Illinois. Stuttle was admitted to the Illinois bar and practiced law in Litchfield. He served as state's attorney for Montgomery County, Illinois and as judge for the Litchfield City Court.
Stuttle was a Democrat. He served in the Illinois Senate from 1933 to 1941. Stuttle died suddenly at his home in Litchfield, Illinois.
9. FilmographyLawsuit of home bar
Carrillo and Andrew Gruver filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court, naming Lisa Vanderpump, "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills", and her husband as defendants and alleging breach of fiduciary duty, constructive fraud, breach of contract, and misrepresentation and deception, according to court documents. Carillo and Gruver claim the couple "unfairly snatched the West Hollywood venue" where they intended to open a gay sports bar called Bar Varsity.
10. Early days of home bar
Edwin Aloysius Perera Wijeyeratne of Buddenipola Walauwa, Kegalle was born on 8 January 1889 in Rambukkana, Sri Lanka. He was the eldest son of Gabrial Perera Wijeyeratne, a notary public.
The family are from Kotte. His mother, Catherina Wickremasinghe Jayasekera ne Tennekoon, was the daughter of Jayasekera Tennekoon, a notary from the Four Korales in Kegalle. The family had arrived in Kegalle early in the 16th century, fleeing the Portuguese, however remained closely associated with the Walauwes of Kandyan, Kotte, Madapatha and Matara
Timeline of home bar
Entrekin is a graduate of Montgomery Bell Academy, Stanford University and the Radcliffe Publishing Course. He began his career at Delacorte Press. In 1982 he moved to Simon & Schuster.
In 1984, he started his own imprint at Atlantic Monthly Press. In 1993 he merged this company with Grove Press to create Grove/Atlantic Inc. In 2015, he launched Literary Hub with editor Terry McDonell and publisher Andy Hunter.
He was the recipient of the 2017 Maxwell E. Perkins Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Field of Fiction. .
12. Economy and infrastructure of home bar
In 1998, the fields of agriculture and forestry employed no workers on the social insurance contribution rolls. In industry it was 68 and in trade and transport none.
In other fields of work there were 152. Also, 345 people on the aforesaid rolls worked from their homes. There were nine processing businesses.
There were six businesses in contracting. Furthermore, in 1999, there were 61 agricultural businesses with a total productive land area of 1Â 546Â ha, of which 466Â ha was cropland and the other 1Â 078Â ha was meadowland
13. Bram Stoker Dracula Experience of home bar
In 2003, the Bram Stoker Dracula Experience opened at Clontarf Road.
Stoker, author of the classic Dracula novel, was born close by on the Crescent in what is now Fairview. The visitor centre is aimed at children and families and provides information about the author and his works. The exhibit, along with Barcode have closed as of October 31, 2010.
14. Baiern of home bar
Baiern is a community in the district of Ebersberg, Upper Bavaria, Germany. It is a member of the administrative community (Verwaltungsgemeinschaft) of Glonn.
The community's name is pronounced the same way as the German name for Bavaria ("Bayern"), although it is spelt differently. This is most likely derived from the old way of spelling Bavaria in German ("Baiern"). The constituent communities of Antholing, Berganger and Netterndorf are to be found within Baiern, as is the Jugenddorf Piusheim ("Youth Village of Piusheim").
15. Skolegade of home bar
Skolegade (Lit.: School Street) is a street in Aarhus, Denmark which runs north to south from Mejlgade to Mindebrogade.
The street is situated in the Midtbyen neighborhood. Skolegade is home to two listed buildings and runs past the Aarhus Theater. Skolegade is an area with many bars and eateries and it has a lively nightlife.
The street is from at least medieval times with many historic buildings.
16. Adam Mickiewicz Library and Dramatic Circle of home bar
The Adam Mickiewicz Library and Dramatic Circle is a non-profit membership-based organization founded in 1895.
It is the oldest Polish American organization in Western New York and is the oldest surviving Polish library in Buffalo. The library holds approximately 12,000 volumes with 400 hand copied plays. The bar serves over 50 different imported beers with a large Polish selection.
The "Circle" is home to most of Torn Space Theater's productions and a large annual Dyngus Day party, as well as other cultural events
17. Noah Harlan of home bar
Noah Harlan is an independent film producer and Founder of Two Bulls. He produced six feature films, three with director Raphael Nadjari.
Noah received an Emmy Award in "Advanced Media Interactivity" in 2008. Harlan grew up in Cranbury, New Jersey. graduated from Williams College in 1997 with a degree in Computer Science.
He also studied at Trinity College (University of Melbourne) and the British American Drama Academy. He lives in Manhattan with his wife, author Micol Ostow.
Legal career of home bar
After school, Stearns studied law in the office of John Wells in Chicopee, Massachusetts. He was admitted to the Hampden County bar on April 24, 1852 and soon thereafter became Wells' partner. After Wells moved to Springfield, Massachusetts, Stearns continued to practice law in Chicopee for several years.
He eventually moved to Springfield himself, where he practiced with E. D. Beach and later with Marcus Perrin Knowlton.
19. Early years and education of home bar
Jones was born near Waynesboro in Burke County, Georgia in 1824 to Seaborn Henry Jones (1798-1859) and Margaret Walker Jones. He attended Waynesboro Academy and graduated from Emory College in Oxford, Georgia, (current-day) Oxford College of Emory University in 1845.
He studied law, gained admittance to the state bar in 1848 and became a practicing attorney in Waynesboro. Jones married Evaline Toombs (1829-1900) and had a son named Seaborn Henry Jones (1861-1921).
Eti Atiya of home bar
Hava Eti Atiya (Hebrew: .mw-parser-output .script-hebrew,.
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Upper Saxondale of home bar
Upper Saxondale is a residential area mainly in the parish of Radcliffe on Trent, in the Nottinghamshire borough of Rushcliffe. A section also falls within the parish of Cropwell Butler. Upper Saxondale lies in an upland area between the River Trent and the Vale of Belvoir, and between the A52 and A46 roads, close to their junction at Saxondale Roundabout near Bingham.
The nearby hamlet of Saxondale was the site of an Anglo-Saxon fort and earthworks, visible from the A52
22. Julius C. Gilbertson of home bar
Julius Charles Gilbertson (June 28, 1875 February 24, 1933) was an American jurist and politician.
Born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Gilbertson graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1896 and was also admitted to the Wisconsin bar in 1896. Gilbertson practiced law in Eau Claire. In 1898, Gilbertson was elected Eau Claire municipal court judge.
He also served as Eau Claire County district attorney. In 1911, Gilbertson served in the Wisconsin State Assembly and was a Republican. Gilbertson died at his home in Eau Claire, Wisconsin from a heart ailment.
23. Awards of home bar
Shaham was the winner of several literary awards, including the Bialik Prize (1988), the National Jewish Book Award for Fiction for Rosendorf Quartet (1992), the Newman Prize (1993), the ADAI-WIZO Prize for The Rosendorf Quartet (Italy, 2005), and the Prime Minister's Prize (2007). In 2012, he won the Israel Prize for Hebrew Literature and Poetry; the prize jury called Shaham one of the outstanding authors of Israels generation of founders and noted the lively and rich style of his plays, fiction and nonfiction works.
24. Edwin B. Bederman of home bar
Bederman (August 24, 1895 October 3, 1934) was an American politician. Bederman was born in Chicago, Illinois and went to the Chicago public schools. Bederman served in the United States Navy during World War I.
He went to DePaul University and was admitted to the Illinois bar in October 1917. Bederman served in the Illinois House of Representatives from 1929 until his death in 1934. He was a Republican.
Bederman died at his home in Chicago, Illinois from heart problems and a streptococcal infection.
25. Francis Lacey of home bar
Sir Francis Eden Lacey (19 October 1859 at Wareham, Dorset 26 May 1946, Sutton Veny, Wiltshire) was the first man to be knighted for services to cricket (and the first person to be knighted for services to any sport), on retiring as Secretary of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), a post which he held from 1898 to 1926.
As Secretary, he initiated many important reforms. He was subsequently a Trustee of the club from 1926 until his death.
International matches of home bar
UEFA Intertoto Cup June 22/23 1996 - PFC Spartak Varna 2-1 TSV 1860 Mnchen July 6/7 1996 - PFC Spartak Varna 0-1 Kaucuk Opava June 28/29 1997 - PFC Spartak Varna 0-2 F.C. Groningen July 12/13 1997 - PFC Spartak Varna 1-1 Montpellier HSC June 1998 - PFC Spartak Varna 1-1 Baltika Kaliningrad July 1999 - PFC Spartak Varna 1-2 K.
Sint-Truidense V.V. 24 June 2001 - PFC Spartak Varna 4-0 Dyskobolia Grodzisk 1 July 2001 - PFC Spartak Varna 2-0 Tavriya Simferopol
Motion of home bar
Motion is an album by jazz saxophonist Lee Konitz, recorded in 1961 for Verve Records. It features drummer Elvin Jones and bassist Sonny Dallas. It is regarded by many as Konitz's finest album.
The 1990 CD issue expanded the number of tracks from five to eight; a 1998 release then expanded this to 38, although most of the additional tracks were from different recording sessions with drummer Nick Stabulas instead of Elvin Jones.