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  Greenwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Under the Greenwood Tree
Dick’s slumbers, through the three or four hours remaining for rest, were disturbed and slight; an exhaustive variation upon the incidents that had passed that night in connection with the school-window going on in his brain every moment of the time.
Dick knew that Fancy, by the law of good manners, was bound to dance as pleasantly with one partner as with another; yet he could not help suggesting to himself that she need not have put quite so much spirit into her steps, nor smiled quite so frequently whilst in the farmer’s hands.
Dick wondered how it was that when people were married they could be so blind to romance; and was quite certain that if he ever took to wife that dear impossible Fancy, he and she would never be so dreadfully practical and undemonstrative of the Passion as his father and mother were.
www.gutenberg.org /dirs/2/6/6/2662/2662-h/2662-h.htm   (17661 words)

  
 Will Greenwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William John Heaton Greenwood MBE (born October 20, 1972 in Blackburn, Lancashire) is a former English rugby union player.
His father Dick Greenwood played at flanker for and later coached the England Rugby Union team.
In 2005 Greenwood was injured for the Six Nations, but was selected for the British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand, his third Lions tour.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Will_Greenwood   (771 words)

  
 History.html
In the early days of Greenwood Cemetery, there was no regular sexton, but patrons cared for their own family lots, a good many maintaining fences around them to keep cattle from trampling the graves.
Greenwood Cemetery has one area designated for imbedded stone markers, the Oaklawn Addition, Blocks B and C. Other than those blocks, Greenwood Cemetery allows the family to place any acceptable style of memorial in the other areas.
The first burial in what is now Greenwood Cemetery was a daughter of Dempsey Overman who died in 1849, and was buried in the Overman family cemetery.
www.uni.edu /connors/history.html   (3751 words)

  
 Ragged Dick
Dick might readily have taken advantage of his unsteadiness, and knocked him down; but he was not vindictive, and chose to act on the defensive, except when he could not avoid it.
Dick dressed himself with scrupulous care, giving his shoes a "shine" so brilliant that it did him great credit in a professional point of view, and endeavored to clean his hands thoroughly; but, in spite of all he could do, they were not so white as if his business had been of a different character.
Dick thereupon told all he knew as to the general character and suspicious conduct of Jim Travis, and the cashier agreed with him that he was probably the thief.
www.albany.edu /history/history316/RaggedDick-2.html   (22653 words)

  
 A family's community ties
Dick and Ginger Van Valer moved to Greenwood after World War II with Joe and his brother, Pat.
Ginger Van Valer was the first full-time executive director of the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, while Dick Van Valer became a volunteer fire chief and a member of numerous community organizations.
Dick Van Valer died in 1978; Ginger Van Valer died in 2000.
www2.indystar.com /articles/6/112505-4866-P.html   (1114 words)

  
 Official Website of the RBS 6 Nations 2006
Greenwood made three Lions tours and was a crucial member of England's 2003 World Cup win when he finished joint-top tryscorer for the tournament with five.
Greenwood told the Daily Telegraph: "As hard as it has been for me to admit, the time has come to retire from the game that has always been part of my life.
Greenwood added: "For a Blackburn lad who was only ever after a run-around with the lads, rugby has taken me on one hell of a journey.
www.rbs6nations.com /news_archive_4250.htm   (331 words)

  
 WAG: Thomas Hardy's Under the Greenwood Tree
The rest of the novel is primarily occupied with getting one of the choir’s younger members—Dick Dewey—close enough to the village’s new schoolteacher to make her fall in love with him and accept his marriage proposal.
(Dick fell in love with her when she came to the window to thank the carolers on Christmas Eve.) There’s nothing particularly new here, but Hardy nicely captures the pleasures and woes of first love and wooing.
Under the Greenwood Tree is set thirty years before its publication, and for all its comedy, it exudes an elegiac sadness for a rural world which had disappeared by the time Hardy sat down to write its story in an era of trains and rampant urbanization.
www.thewag.net /weekly_classics/under_the_greenwood_tree.html   (531 words)

  
 Dick Greenwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Richard Greenwood (born September 11, 1940) is a former England Rugby international flanker, captain of Waterloo, Lancashire and England as well as national coach.
He is the father of England centre Will Greenwood.
He was for many years a coach with Preston Grasshoppers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dick_Greenwood   (83 words)

  
 BBC SPORT | Rugby Union | World Cup star Greenwood to quit
Greenwood, a veteran of three Lions tours, scored 31 tries for England including five in their World Cup triumph, finishing as the tournament's joint top try-scorer.
Greenwood came to prominence with Leicester before moving to Harlequins in 2000.
The son of former England flanker and coach Dick Greenwood, he toured South Africa in 1997 - where he swallowed his tongue on the pitch after a collision - and Australia in 2001, where injury again wrecked his Test hopes.
news.bbc.co.uk /sport1/hi/rugby_union/4773442.stm   (373 words)

  
 Philip K. Dick — www.greenwood.com
The essays reveal the extent to which Philip K. Dick's personal obsessions pre-figured postmodernist concerns with humanity's self-alienation, cultural and personal paranoia, and the politics of simulation, deceit, and self-deception.
The contributors reveal how Dick's ontological concerns, stated in his repeated questioning of "What is real?," are also political concerns.
His cultural critique also receives significant exposition, as the contributors reveal how Dick's fiction enacts the larger cultural struggles of cold war America, with its conflicting private visions and public realities, and its personal and political loyalties.
www.greenwood.com /catalog/GM9295.aspx?print=1   (325 words)

  
 MINUTES for Meeting #99-04 of Space Accommodation Team
Dick Greenwood should be consulted to get Physics interest in this situation if the room need still exists.
Dick Greenwood reported by telephone proxy just before the meeting that the Physics faculty is divided on whether to retain or remove the risers in CTH237.
Dick expressed the wish that Space Team would make a presentation to Physics Team to help to break the stalemate.
www.chem.latech.edu /~snowchem/9904sami.htm   (888 words)

  
 Selected Bibliography on Moby Dick
Dillingham, William B. "The Narrator of Moby Dick." English Studies 49 (Feb. 1968): 20-29.
Goering, Wynn M. "To Obey Rebelling: The Quaker Dilemma in Moby Dick." The New England Q 54.4 (Dec. 1981): 519-538.
"The Composition of Moby Dick." in Herman Melville: A Biography.
guweb2.gonzaga.edu /faculty/campbell/enl413/melville1.htm   (1473 words)

  
 Masterpiece Theatre | Under the Greenwood Tree
Amongst the surrounding farms and woodlands of the idyllic village of Mellstock, Dorset, a bond grows between local boy Dick Dewy and a new arrival, the beautiful schoolteacher Fancy Day.
Through a maze of intrigue and passion across four seasons, Fancy is torn; she must make a decision of either head or heart.
Hardy treats this subplot as playfully as he does Fancy's romantic quandary, but it also has a poignant edge: The pump organ, or harmonium, was a new invention of the day that symbolized the passing of ancient village customs, as does the arrival of steam power and new farm machinery.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/masterpiece/greenwood/index.html   (383 words)

  
 Official Website of the British & Irish Lions Rugby Tour - player profile
Former England and British & Irish Lions centre Will Greenwood is to hang up his boots at the end of the season.
Greenwood’s top-flight playing career began with Leicester before he moved to Harlequins in 2000.
The son of former England flanker and coach Dick Greenwood, he toured South Africa in 1997 and Australia four years later with the Lions but did not play a Test.
www.lionsrugby.com /archive_news_1531.html   (312 words)

  
 Will Greenwood MBE — A Career in Rugby Union || ComeAllWithin.co.uk - Unofficial Harlequins News and Views   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It is fitting that Will Greenwood should contemplate the end of his rugby career at Twickenham against a team who still hold the old amateur ethos dear.
Will Greenwood was born in Blackburn, Lancashire, the son of former England Captain and England Head Coach Dick Greenwood.
Greenwood initially looked for support but with defenders fanned out to take likely recipients of the pass, he just kept going.
www.sportnetwork.net /main/s98/st94155.htm   (2488 words)

  
 Energy Citations Database (ECD) - Energy and Energy-Related Bibliographic Citations
Fujimonto, N. Boggs, S.A. Dick, E.P. ; et.al.
Dick, E.P. Ford, G.L. Fujimoto, N. ; et.al.
Dick, E.P. Fischer, D. Marttila, R. ; et.al.
www.osti.gov /energycitations/searchresults.jsp?Author=Dick,+E.P.   (165 words)

  
 Carousel 1/18 1969 Greenwood Corvette #48 L88 Race Car, Carousel, Road · Rally Racing, Auction, Diecast, ...
The "Stars and Stripes" Corvette seen here that raced by John Greenwood and Dick Smothers was sponored by B.F. Goodrich and was very popular.
It could cover the quarter mile in 11 seconds flat on a road racing suspension at 130 MPH and was reported to have a top speed of over 220 MPH.
Under Greenwood's wrench, this car made close to 800 HP reportedly and was very competitive.
www.gomotorbids.com /LotImageList.cfm?Lot_ID=9883   (478 words)

  
 Corporate Comedian - Dick Hardwick - Comedy entertainment for your convention, corporate meeting, special event. A ...
Corporate Comedian - Dick Hardwick - Comedy entertainment for your convention, corporate meeting, special event.
In this day and age of "blue" humor, Dick Hardwick proves there is great demand for a comedian
"Dick Hardwick is the funniest person I have ever heard.
www.dickhardwick.com   (142 words)

  
 Dick Greenwood - England Rugby Player - Rugby-Heroes.net
Dick Greenwood - England Rugby Player - Rugby-Heroes.net
(Dick is pictured above in action during the
This photograph is the copyright © of George Herringshaw and sporting-heroes.net
www.sporting-heroes.net /rugby-heroes/displayhero.asp?HeroID=1334   (37 words)

  
 A. F. Greenwood Co Inc - About Us
An alliance of independent gemstone businesses built on a foundation of over 125 years of experience.
Our goal is to become the only source you need for colored gemstones and diamonds.
is the jewelry arm of the Greenwood Group.
www.afggems.com /home.htm   (135 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Philip K. Dick: Contemporary Critical Interpretations (Contributions to the Study of Science Fiction and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
SAMUEL J. UMLAND is Associate Professor of English at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
The form of wood, for instance, is altered if a table is made out of it.
High Castle, Phil Dick, The Crack, Horselover Fat, Timothy Archer, Counter-Clock World, Philip Dick, Gregg Rickman, Louis Rosen, Bill Laws, Fragments West, Long Beach, Angel Archer, Joe Chip, Richard Kongrosian, Jack Bohlen, Martian Time-Slip, Rick Deckard, Scanner Darkly, Anarch Peak, Los Angeles, The Valentine, George Walt, Jack Hamilton, Lawrence Sutin
www.amazon.com /Philip-Dick-Contemporary-Interpretations-Contributions/dp/0313292957   (848 words)

  
 Greenwoods Web Design   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
My web site, "Greenwood on the Web," is more than simply a strange place to be...It is a proving ground.
In these pages, I have applied a large variety of effects and gimmicks based on HTML and Javascript, the basic languages used to build web sites.
If you need a web site, or even just one page on the net, but don't want to tackle the job yourself, contact me, Dick Greenwood, at Greenwood's Web Design, and let me do the tackling for you.
www.greenwood.iwarp.com /design.html   (743 words)

  
 Fun With Dick And Troy
Hehe........quick Dick sneaked through and made my way down the restricted area....determined to find that goddamn VTR.
People were running around everywhere, then I realised that the first leg of the WSB was starting in 15 mins.
Taking control of my camera with one remaining photo left, Evil Dick urged me to get the shot, of Haga doing a wee.
www.michiganimaging.com /WSB/right.htm   (1485 words)

  
 GREENWOOD SET TO CALL TIME: Sporting Life - Rugby Union | Guinness Premiership Live, Heineken Cup, International News, ...
England head coach Andy Robinson has paid tribute to World Cup winner Will Greenwood, who will retire at the end of this season.
The Harlequins centre won 55 caps and made three Lions tours, and he is set to become the latest member of England's victorious World Cup squad to hang up his boots.
Greenwood, currently playing National League One rugby with Quins, told the Daily Telegraph: "As hard as it has been for me to admit, the time has come to retire from the game that has always been part of my life.
www.sportinglife.com /rugbyunion/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=rugby/06/03/04/RUGBYU_Greenwood.html   (443 words)

  
 Obit: Syth, Reynold E. (1916 - 2004)
Reynold Edward Syth was born Sept. 7, 1916, in the town of Eaton, to Jack and Emma [nee Wollenberg] Syth.
He was raised and educated in the Greenwood area, graduating from Greenwood area, graduating from Greenwood High School, as valedictorian, in 1934.
Survivors include two daughters, Luanne (Dilip) Nandwana, Castro Valey, Calif., and Colleen (Dick) Adler, Greenwood: three sons, Dennis (Joyce) Syth, Greenwood, Kevin (Diane Opelt) Syth, Greenwood, and Kent (Linda) Syth, Oregon; 13 grandchildren; and on great-grandchild.
www.usgennet.org /usa/wi/county/clark/webbbs/records/index.cgi?read=12932   (331 words)

  
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After the show we all met at the bar across from the stage door, and Don thought that his wig had crawled up the back of his neck.
“ Stacy Greenwood _______________ Donald B. Webster Reports In I was very pleased to learn of the archival project after having put the Japanese Language School out of my mind for all of these fifty-five years.
My experience at Boulder commences in April 1945, and it was abruptly and disappointingly terminated about three months later when the Japanese Language School portion of the Naval School of Oriental Languages was transferred in its entirety to what was then Oklahoma A&M College, where I completed the course in August of 1946.
ucblibraries.colorado.edu /archives/collections/jlsp/interpreter84.doc   (1486 words)

  
 Syth, Helen M. (1920-1996)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
They farmed for 33 years in the town of Eaton before retiring and moving to Greenwood in 1979.
Survivors include her husband two daughters, Luanne (Dilip) Nandwana, Castro Valley, Cal. and Colleen (Dick) Adler, Greenwood three sons, Dennis (Joyce) Syth, Greenwood Kevin Syth (Diane Opelt), Greenwood and Kent (Linda) Syth, Oshkosh 11 grandchildren one great-grandchild one sister, Joan (Jim) Butterfield, Beaver Dam and one brother, Gerald (Frances) Schmidt, Neillsville.
She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters and seven brothers.
wvls.lib.wi.us /ClarkCounty/clark/data/obits1/1749.htm   (245 words)

  
 CoES Space Accommodation Team Meeting Minutes
Dr. Dick Greechie formally submitted a request that Bogard 108 and 108A be made available for the graduate students of Dr. Nassar and Dr. Dai.
A member of the team observed that there was "underutilized" space on the 1st floor of Bogard especially in the mezannine area.
It was noted by the Team that Rob Keynton had sent an email to the team in which he stated that he and Dick Greechie had agreed that BioMed PhD students and ACAM PhD students could both be based in Bogard 108 and interact.
www.chem.latech.edu /~snowchem/9702SAMI.HTM   (2293 words)

  
 Protecting America's Critical Infrastructures: How Secure Are Government Computer Systems?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Ron Dick, Director, National Infrastructure Protection Center of the FBI; and Mr.
We have made a lot of progress, but much work remains to be done.
[The prepared statement of Ronald L. Dick follows:] Prepared Statement of Ronald L. Dick, Director, National Infrastructure Protection Center, Federal Bureau of Investigation Representative Greenwood, Members of the subcommittee, thank you for inviting me here today to speak to the important issue of intrusions into government computer networks.
energycommerce.house.gov /107/hearings/04052001Hearing153/print.htm   (19292 words)

  
 CNN.com - Wilkinson insists best yet to come - Mar 4, 2006
England World Cup-winning centre Will Greenwood is retiring at the end of the season.
The 33-year-old, who won 55 England caps, will hang up his boots at the end of Harlequins' National League One campaign.
Greenwood made three Lions tours and was a key member of England's 2003 World Cup win when he finished joint-top tryscorer for the tournament with five.
edition.cnn.com /2006/SPORT/03/04/rugby.wilkinson   (480 words)

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