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  George Turner and the Judiciary Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
George Turner was the most outspoken, articulate and controversial delegate to the 75 member Constitutional Convention of 1889.
George Turner was born in Missouri on February 26, 1850 to a hard-working frontier family with neither formal education nor the means to educate their own children.
Turner resigned from the Court in early 1888, presumably to embark in the private practice of law and to engage in politics.
www.appeal-law.com /constitution/turner.html   (5047 words)

 George Turner (Australian politician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Turner was born in Melbourne: he was the first Premier of Victoria born in the colony.
A liberal, Turner was elected to the Victorian Legislative Assembly for St Kilda in 1889.
Turner was elected to the first Australian House of Representatives in 1901 as a Protectionist member for the Division of Balaclava.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/George_Turner_(Australian_politician)   (689 words)

 George Turner
Turner honed his skills as a jazz guitarist while he was a student at Virginia Tech, as a member of the Virginia Tech Jazz Orchestra under the direction of legendary jazz violinist Joe Kennedy.
In 2002, George recorded with the electrifying saxophonist/vocalist Hope Clayburn on her newest CD as a leader, and contributed two originals to the project.
George has also been performing and recording with Hammond organist Greg Nossaman and drummer Phil Riddle, in a new incarnation of the trio featuring soul jazz classics and exiting new original compositions, and he plans to release a new CD with this group later this year.
www.georgeturnerjazz.com /bio.htm   (779 words)

 George Turner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
George Turner was born in Melbourne in 1916, but spent the first six years of his life in the gold mining city of Kalgoorlie in Western Austrealia at the height of its boom.
Turner’s vision of Melbourne is gripping, especially to readers familiar with the geographical areas he is describing, and this strange picture of the familiar altered only slightly is more startling than any alien world full of strange creatures, and much more disturbing.
And Turner himself was throughout this time involved not only in the science fiction scene, as a critic, and very often as the father figure who young writers would send their manuscripts to, but now gave lectures on science and the future to conferences and groups outside science fiction circles, indeed outside writing circles.
www.aussiecon3.worldcon.org /turner.html   (1381 words)

 Turner research group papers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Turner, G.F., Robinson, R.L., Shaw, P.W. and Carvalho, G.R. Identification and biology of Diplotaxodon, Rhamphochromis and Pallidochromis.
Turner, G.F., Robinson, R.L., Ngatunga, B.J., Shaw, P.W. and Carvalho, G.R. (2001) Pelagic cichlid fishes of Lake Malawi/Nyasa.
Turner, G.F. and Stauffer, J.R. (1998) A description of three deep water cichlids of the genus Diplotaxodon (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from Lake Malawi, Africa, with a redescription of Diplotaxodon ecclesi Burgess and Axelrod.
www.hull.ac.uk /cichlids/papers.html   (1549 words)

 The Turner Family of England and Australia
A William Turner was christened in Glasgow to James Turner and Mary Craig on June 30, 1745.
George Turner, merchant, is mentioned in records as eldest son of James Turner, merchant, 23 May, 1828.
James Turner died May 20, 1858 at the age of 90 and was buried at the High Church burying ground in Glasgow.
homepage.mac.com /johnwion/turner.html   (1015 words)

 Commissioner Stacy George hires fired Morgan sheriff employee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Turner's duties will include driving a van to transport state work-release inmates to and from District 4 for work, George said.
George said commissioners were setting up the county for a lawsuit that Turner would win.
George said he had already advertised the job, so he had the personnel director complete the appropriate forms for Turner to begin working today.
www.decaturdaily.com /decaturdaily/news/051025/hire.shtml   (504 words)

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Turner (Stephen A.), born 12 Jul 1846 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 19 Oct 1870 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.
Turner, born 5 Jul 1881 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., Il; died 23 Jan 1922 in Il; buried 26 Jan 1922 in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il.
Turner (Stephen A.), born 23 Oct 1861 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 24 Apr 1939 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO. She married (1) on 14 Nov 1879 in Moultrie Co., IL Charles Clark McCune, born Sep 1856 in IL; died 17 Jul 1901 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; (2) James M. Allen.
doig.net /Turner.htm   (4708 words)

 George Turner
This brief biography of George Turner's life was condensed from the speech given by Bruce Gillespie at the presentation of The Chandler Award to George.
George Turner richly deserves the Chandler Award for 'Outstanding Achievement in Australian Science Fiction', as he is Australia's most distinguished science fiction writer and critic.
George now retired from the daily job that had paid his bills during all the years of writing.
home.vicnet.net.au /~asff/george.htm   (1117 words)

 Amazon.com: Down There in Darkness: Books: George Turner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
I wondered why George Turner is unknown when he writes great books such as "Down There in Darkness." I recommend it to anyone who enjoys stories about the near future and the social decay that is predicted with it.
Turner's dark vision of a future Earth is well rendered and gives considerable pause to reflect.
George Turner was a superb writer, and this novel brings together many themes explored in his earlier novels.
www.amazon.com /Down-There-Darkness-George-Turner/dp/0312868294   (1226 words)

 George Turner Band - traditional/modern jazz with latin, soul, and funk - BOOK THE BAND   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Often, Turner invites a funky organist or a sophisticated jazz pianist into the mix of The GEORGE TURNER BAND, producing intriguing variety and intensity in the performances.
Turner has been an active member of the area jazz scene, and the trio has played extensively throughout the state of Virginia for clubs, restaurants, and private functions, and as far away as New York City and Cape Cod, MA.
The George Turner Trio is a versatile ensemble, drawing material from a variety of styles, ranging from traditional to modern jazz, as well as latin, soul, and funk and rhythm and blues influences.
samhillbands.com /bands/george_turner_band/index.shtml   (266 words)

 Heritage Gardens Trust - Senator George Turner
Senator George Turner was born in Edina, Missouri in 1850 and studied law in Mobile, Alabama.
Turner was elected to the United States Senate in 1897 and served until 1903.
In 1910 Turner was appointed to sit at The Hague as one of the United States Counsels for the northeastern fisheries arbitration between the United States and Great Britain.
www.heritagegardens.org /SenatorTurner.htm   (275 words)

 Turner Family Genealogy
Mary Ann Turner was born in Monroe County, Missouri 1840.
Margaret A. Turner was born in Cooke County, TX October 29, 1878.
George Gabriel Turner was born August 9, 1884.
ophelia.rowden.net /norm/turner.htm   (11443 words)

 Amazon.com: The Destiny Makers: Books: George Turner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
George Turner's *The Destiny Makers* is set in the same future as his award-winning novel *Drowning Towers* (aka *The Sea and Summmer* in Australia/UK).
Turner's portrayal of a near-future Australia is compelling: he was writing about global warming and climate change before many scientists even recognised there was a problem.
But Turner's particular strength is in characterisation - each of his characters is a well-formed individual - and subtly enough drawn that it's impossible to find any character who is entirely "good" or "bad".
www.amazon.com /Destiny-Makers-George-Turner/dp/068812187X   (670 words)

 Australian Authors - George Turner (1916-97)
George Turner was born in Melbourne, Victoria in 1916 although his family lived in the Western Australian goldfields between Kalgoorlie and Boulder.
Turner co-won the Miles Franklin Award in 1962 for The Cupboard Under the Stairs, sharing the award with Thea Astley.
George Turner died in Ballarat, Victoria in 1997.
www.middlemiss.org /lit/authors/turnerg.html   (1271 words)

 Charles Turner Family Genealogy
Jasper Alexander Turner was born in Knox County, Missouri December 5, 1852.
Virginia Turner was born in Marion County, Missouri January 20, 1859.
Charles Lee Turner was born in Marion County, Missouri December 16, 1861.
www.rowden.net /norm/turner_2.htm   (10580 words)

 A Sample of Arkansas Turners is Now Available - CD and Printed - Please Scroll Down
George Eli Turner was born march 24, 1856 at White Oak, Franklin County, Arkansas.
Hoyt Eli Turner was born December 21, 1905 and married Helena Elizabeth McGinnis at Mena, Polk County, Arkansas on December 31, 1933.
Helena was born February 8, 1916 at Cherry Hill, Polk County, a daughter of Robert Marion and Addie Faye O'Reilly McGinnis of Arkansas and Texas.
www.eturner.com /turner   (1156 words)

 Issue Sixteen: Interview with George Turner
I was asked by the editors of Eidolon to interview Turner in September 1994, well into the third year of my work on his biography.
During the course of time we have become friends and developed the habits of conversation that always go beyond the bounds of interview; we find it difficult to stick to 'the point', thus the result is a conversation, and not an interview.
George as usual had some new and interesting things to say about his work and the world, and had avoided the questions he didn't want to (or couldn't) answer.
www.eidolon.net /old_site/issue_16/16_turnr.htm   (4558 words)

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George III of England Depicted at the End of His Reign by C. Turner Giclee...
George III of England Depicted at the End of His Reign available at Art.com.
King George and Mary Attend Ascot, They Ride Along the Course in a Carriage...
www.shopping.com /xGS-Turner_George   (782 words)

 Turner Photo Gallery
Glenn Turner and Verbena Hurst were married on Sept 21, 1921.
This was used at the wake of George Thomas Turner.
Madison Turner was born July 24, 1828 and died June 11, 1912.
www.angelfire.com /ia2/hgturner/turnergallery.htm   (270 words)

 Learn more about the University of Miami's Dept of Physiology & Biophysics
George Turner, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Martinez, L., Thurmond, R., Jones, P., and Turner, G.J. Subdomains in the F and G helices of bacteriorhodopsin regulate the conformational transitions of the reprotonation mechanism.
Turner, G.J. G protein-coupled receptor expression in Halobacterium salinarum, Perspectives on Solid State NMR in Biology, S.Kiihne and HJM de Groot, eds.
pirate.shu.edu /~turnerge   (642 words)

 Turner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Turner is a common English surname meaning "one who works with a lathe".
A turner is also a kitchen utensil closely related to a spatula.
Professor William Ernest Stephen Turner (1881-1963), Professor of Glass Technology at the University of Sheffield adn founder of the academic discipline of glass technology in 1916
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Turner   (533 words)

 George Benson Turner, Private, United States Army
Turner held off the enemy so that the crews of the disabled vehicles could extricate themselves.
He ran through a hail of fire to one of the tanks which had burst into flames and attempted to rescue a man who had been unable to escape; but an explosion of the tank's ammunition frustrated his effort and wounded him painfully.
Turner and his magnificently heroic initiative contributed materially to the defense of the French town and inspired the troops about him.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /gbturner.htm   (359 words)

 TURNER, George R. - personal data   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
George's SF contributions occurred in the last 40 years of his life.
He preferred to work in the novel format, although a collection of eight shorter works, A Pursuit of Miracles, was published in 1990 by Aphelion.
Turner's health began to fail in 1993 with a stroke, which when coupled with advancing age, never allowed George to recover.
www.gwillick.com /Spacelight/turner.html   (170 words)

 George Turner (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
"George Turner combines the gentlemanly, harmonic sophistication of Jim Hall and the soul-jazz invention of Wes Montgomery on a laid-back, 75-degree afternoon.
His command of the jazz repertoire is impressive, touching all the bases from bop to Latin to RandB, and his original compositions are arresting and memorable.
Turner's combo sounded honed but not overly tightened, like three old friends reissuing a groove they had long ago shared and never forgotten...
www.georgeturnerjazz.com.cob-web.org:8888   (144 words)

 George Turner - Victorian Paintings Online Art Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
George Turner was born in Cromford, Derbyshire in 1843.
Turner or G.Turner and inscribed on the back with the title and his address at the time.
Turner exhibited frequently at the Derby Art Gallery, and paintings by both George Turner and his son can be seen in their collection.
www.victorian-paintings.com /artist.cfm?start=37   (112 words)

 Turner family Generation 11, genealogy, Toronto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
George, s/o Joseph Turner and Emily Knox; born Michigan, 1835; attended school at Detroit; became cadet in the Surveyor-Generals Department, United States Survey; continued in this department after school; became County Surveyor of Midland County and Michigan Register of Deeds; married Julia Ann Smith, of Midland, 22Mar.
Hulda, d/o Harold K. Turner and Maria Dingman; born 14 Oct, 1910 of Wayne; married David; lived at Englewood and was a registered nurse at Englewood Hospital until 1976; died 18 Jun, 2001; interred George Washington Cemetery, Paramus, NJ.
I have a marriage in Berrien of Edwin Turner married Susan M. Lloyd in Niles, Berrien County, MI on 8 May 1863 both were from Buchanan, Berrien County, MI.
www.paulturner.ca /Turner/Turner/Turner-Dossiers.htm   (4073 words)

 George Turner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Australian writer and sf critic Georg Turner died on Sunday, June 8th.
Turner first became known in the science fiction world for his stern criticism appearing in Science Fiction, Australian Science Fiction Review, SF Commentary, Foundation, and elsewhere.
In 1987, Turner produced what was probably his finest work at novel length, The Sea and Summer which won the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1988 and was nominated for the Nebula.
www.bucconeer.worldcon.org /PR2/g_turner.htm   (135 words)

 eBay - george turner, Nonfiction Books, CDs items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Turner and George the Fourth in Edinburgh, 1822 Book
Beloved Son by George Turner (1996) -PPBK- VGC
George Turner's Book of American Indians True Tales of
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 George Turner Posters Prints - Haystacks Near a River, Near Harford, Warwickshire, 1872 Art Giclee Print - Artist: ...
George Turner Posters Prints - Haystacks Near a River, Near Harford, Warwickshire, 1872 Art Giclee Print - Artist: George Turner - Poster Size: 24x18
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www.shop.com /op/aprod-p33688452   (256 words)

 George Turner Models: Model planes, model boats, model cars and model figures.
George Turner Models presents a superb range of radio control model boat kits in high impact styrene and highly detailed resin.
George Turner Models presents a range of fully finished professionally handbuilt collector's models of historic aircraft.
George Turner Models presents its ever widening range of 1.16th, 1:19th (16mm), 1:24th (G scale/gauge 3), 1:32nd (Gauge One), 1.40th & 1.48th scale figures.
www.georgeturnermodels.com   (177 words)

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