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  First World War.com - Who's Who - Herbert Asquith
Herbert Henry Asquith (1852-1928) was born in Morley in Yorkshire on 12 September 1852.
Asquith was an outspoken advocate of free trade, a policy that was to greatly assist in the Liberal party's return to power in 1905, where he served as Chancellor of the Exchequer under Henry Campbell-Bannerman, and succeeding him as Prime Minister in 1908.
Asquith's government from 1908 until the outbreak of war is best known for its ambitious social welfare legislation, which including provisions for old age pensions in 1908, and unemployment insurance in 1911.
www.firstworldwar.com /bio/asquith.htm   (633 words)

  
 Welcome to the Best of New Orleans! Theater Review 04 29 03
Asquith, a well-heeled New Yorker whose life is taken up with the personal trainer, the crash diet, the right people and other essentials of the dolce vita, Big Apple style.
A strange tone of menace soon seeps into the queer little tete-a-tete, however, jolting Miss Asquith out of the mist of triviality she normally drifts through.
Miss Asquith eyes her suddenly ebullient guest with a disquieting realization of how little she actually knows her.
www.bestofneworleans.com /dispatch/2003-04-29/thea_review.html   (791 words)

  
 First World War.com - Who's Who - Sir Keith Murdoch
Murdoch quickly came to agree with Ashmead-Bartlett's views and when the latter asked Murdoch to carry a personal letter to London, for hand delivery to the Prime Minister Hebert Asquith, and which contained vehement criticisms of Hamilton's campaign, Murdoch readily agreed.
In due course Asquith and the British Cabinet were passed details of the letter.
Both Murdoch and Ashmead-Bartlett were saved from the potentially unpleasant consequences of their action by the timely - and powerful - support of British press baron Lord Northcliffe who swung the full weight of his newspapers in their favour.
www.firstworldwar.com /bio/murdoch.htm   (526 words)

  
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His first Canadian ancestor, Augustin Hebert, was one of the little band of soldier colonists who, under the leadership of Maisonneuve founded Montreal in 1641.
Hebert's granddaughter married a soldier of the regiment Carignan-Salieres, Francois Cotineau dit Champlaurier.
Asquith at this conference declared that Great Britain could not share foreign policy with the Dominions; and Sir Wilfrid declared that Canada did not want to share this responsibility with the British government.
www.gutenberg.org /files/15509/15509.txt   (19351 words)

  
 Liberals discuss impending loss - Political Forums
Hebert says she plans to be in Calgary on 23 January.
I likened the Canadian Party to that of Asquith and Lloyd George in Britain.
There, the party was destroyed by the personal ambitons and struggle for control of thise two.
www.mapleleafweb.com /forums/index.php?act=findpost&pid=87938   (1695 words)

  
 Keith Arthur Murdoch
Later Murdoch agreed to hand deliver a letter detailing the mismanagement of the campaign from the British reporter Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett to the British Prime Minister Hebert Asquith.
Murdoch's account was in the form of a letter addressed to the Australian Prime Minister, Andrew Fisher.
The letter was later sent to British Prime Minister Asquith, who distributed it to the Dardanelles Comittee.
www.awm.gov.au /people/timeLine_272.asp   (334 words)

  
 Ut Veniant Omnes
The Liberal Imperialists, Grey, Haldane, Asquith have broken with the party, and support the war against the Boers.
Of those, Asquith is the most supportive of the war for the fact that Margot, Henry’s wife, is close friends with Milner, who is determined to conquer the Transvaal.
On the night of the third, the cathedral fell to the Boxers and a few Imperial troops, and the nuns were raped and murdered, the men and converts cut like beef for the market.
seigmajestat.alternatehistory.com /UtVeniantOmnes1.html   (6800 words)

  
 GazetteNET.com | Obituaries » Thursday - April 21, 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
He was born in Mansfield, Ohio, February 7, 1915 the son of the late John P. and Miriam (Tiffany) Asquith.
He and his wife, Ilene Elbert Asquith, were Co-owners of the former Snack Shack on Main Street, Easthampton.
She is survived by her son Andre Huppe; 2 daughters, Jacqueline Molina and Ida Hebert, 18 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren, 3 great- great grandchildren, and several step children.
www.dailyhampshiregazette.com /sectiontmp.cfm?pubdate=2005-04-21&category=Obituaries   (590 words)

  
 Michigan Center for the Environment and Children's Health (MCECH) Community Action Against Asthma - Chemokines in the ...
Acid aspiration-induced lung injury in rabbits is mediated by interleukin-8-dependent mechanisms.
Driscoll, K.E., D.G. Hassenbein, J. Carter, J. Poynter, T.N. Asquith, R.A. Grant, J. Whitten, M.P. Purdon, and R. Takigiku.
Macrophage inflammatory proteins 1 and 2: expression by rat alveolar macrophages, fibroblasts, and epithelial cells and in rat lung after mineral dust exposure.
www.sph.umich.edu /mcech/research/lit_cites.html   (1660 words)

  
 Laboratory Primate Newsletter, Volume 35, Number 1
One of the more famous examples of this approach was that of Beach (1950), who examined the contents of the leading comparative psychology journal(s) between 1908 and 1947, noting that as the number of articles published increased, the number of different species being studied decreased.
Hebert, P. and Courtois, M. Twenty-five years of behavioral research on great apes: Trends between 1967 and 1991.
FACULTY AND THEIR SPECIALTIES: Dr. Pamela Asquith (anthropomorphism and animal behavior studies, history and development of primatology, comparative approaches to Japanese and Western primate studies, culture of science); Dr. Nancy Collinge (social cognition in nonhuman primates in general and the development of the cognitive domain in particular.
www.brown.edu /Research/Primate/lpn35-1.html   (17121 words)

  
 May 2003 Agrichemical & Environmental News
Seventy-six percent (76%) of growers said they used alternate row spraying in 2000; an increase from 1989 when only 28% indicated use of this practice.
Alternate row spraying is a technique frequently used in parts of the eastern United States as a method for decreasing the overall amount of pesticide applied (Asquith and Hull 1979).
Reducing pesticide rates is a common practice in tree fruit pest management and, along with the choice of more selective chemicals, helps conserve certain beneficial species important in controlling secondary pests such as spider mites and leafminers.
www.aenews.wsu.edu /May03AENews/May03AENews.htm   (4371 words)

  
 PNEU Notes
The workers are of tow kinds--(1) the athlete, a healthy if not a high type, assured of a mastership if his desires tend in that direction.
(2) The scholar, either a cadet of a famous house in whom noblesse oblige, as a Cecil or an Asquith, or the son of a professional man or merchant, too often considering the University as a technical school for the manufacture of teacher or parson.
The youth from a public school who has not his own way to make in the world, and from whom not even a minimum of work can now be demanded, is a serious danger to the welfare and progress of the University.
www.amblesideonline.org /PR/PR14p395PNEUNotes.shtml   (2430 words)

  
 M DATA020
Daughter of the late Emmeline and Hebert ASQUITH.
She is survived by her husband, Dr. John R. McCARTHY, her daughter, Judith Ann MANSON, and grandsons, Scott M. and John J. She is also survived by her sister Phyllis PATTYSON and her brother, Douglas ASQUITH and his wife, Alda.
Isabelle was born and raised in Fort William.
www.ogs.on.ca /ogspi/200om/2005m020.htm   (8291 words)

  
 Charlestown Township - 10/98 Archive of The Home Page
On that same subject, today's Philadelphia Inquirer has an article titled "Referendum effects not always foreseen" by Christina Asquith reporting on the lack of candidates for additional supervisor seats in other townships that have passed a referendum similar to that coming up in Charlestown.
I have posted a link to the article on our Neighborhood Issues page, and you can also read it from the paper's web site by clicking here.
The Philadelphia Inquirer has a report on the ratification by Lubna Khan, available by clicking here, and the Daily Local has a report by Darlene Hebert available (for today only) by clicking here.
www.charlestown.org /ct-whats_old/ct_arc_10_98.asp   (1725 words)

  
 John Ratcliff's Weblog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The transition to film was co-directed by Anthony Asquith and Leslie Howard, who also stars as Henry Higgins, the vainglorious snob who claims he can turn a guttersnipe into a Lady.
Wendy Hiller is smart and witty, giving as good as she gets, as Eliza Doolittle, the flower girl Higgins takes from the street and tries to pass off as a Duchess.
So, Brian Hebert (and that ass Anderson who is co-writing this turd crap), has reduced his father's legacy to a slag pile of poorly written fan fiction that does a disservice to his name.
www.jratcliffscarab.blogspot.com /2003_09_07_jratcliffscarab_archive.html   (5733 words)

  
 A DATA049
Also survived by grandchildren Cathy (Bruce) ASQUITH, Cheryl CAMPBELL, Kim GRAHAM, Chet (Michelle) GRAHAM, Corey (Dawn) GRAHAM, greatgrandchildren Ashley, Michelle and Tina ASQUITH, Matthew, Jordan and Melissa ONDERWATER, Payton ROOT, Kevin, Dylan, Bodie and Trinity GRAHAM, Tylor GASPAR-GADD, Paul and Lisa (KOBE) O'BRIEN and great-greatgrandchild Niya.
Devoted and caring mother of Doug McCOLL and Debbie and her husband John ASQUITH.
Fondly remembered by her sister Jackie (and late Walter) HNATIUK and family, her cousin John SIDLE, his wife Nancy and family, and many close Friends.
www.ogs.on.ca /ogspi/200oa/2005a049.htm   (8053 words)

  
 Cell Surface Expression of Calnexin, a Molecular Chaperone in the Endoplasmic Reticulum -- Okazaki et al. 275 (46): ...
Hebert, D. Foellmer, B., and Helenius, A. Cell 81, 425-433
K. Asquith, A. Harman, E. McLaughlin, B. Nixon, and R. Aitken
K. Asquith, R. Baleato, E. McLaughlin, B. Nixon, and R. Aitken
www.jbc.org /cgi/content/full/275/46/35751   (5376 words)

  
 GazetteNET | Obituaries » Thursday - April 21, 2005
Donovan A. (Johnny) Asquith, 90, of Spring Street, Easthampton died Tuesday, April 19, in the Calvin Coolidge Nursing Home, Northampton.
SOUTHAMPTON Leonard P. (Lee) Annis, 82, of East Street, died April 18 in Baystate Medical Center.
EASTHAMPTON Donovan A. ''Johnny'' Asquith, 90, of Spring Street, died April 19 in Calvin Coolidge Nursing Home in Northampton.
www.gazettenet.com /sectiontmp.cfm?pubdate=2005-04-21&category=Obituaries   (576 words)

  
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The entrancing life; address delivered on installation as Chancellor of Edinburgh University © 20Nov30, AI-14558; 13Dec30, A32384.
Lady Cynthia Asquith, Peter Llewlyn Davies & Barclay's Bank, Ltd. (E); 23Oct58; R223548.
BARRON, CLARENCE W. More they told Barron; the notes of the late Clarence W. Barron, edited and arranged by Arthur Pound and Samuel Taylor Moore.
www.gutenberg.org /dirs/1/1/8/1/11818/11818-8.txt   (6104 words)

  
 Deaths since January 01, 2003
CORA E. ESSEX JUNCTION Cora E. (Quintin) Martin, 62, a longtime resident of Essex Junction, passed away peacefully surrounded by her children in Fletcher Allen Health Care on Sunday, May 15, 2005, following a long illness.
Cora was born in Burlington on Sept. 26, 1942, the daughter of the late Ovila and Juliette (Hebert) Quintin.
Ernest was born June 3, 1927, in Stowe, the son of the late Roy Allen and Irene Asquith Latuch.
www.vtgrandpa.com /fhs/raydea03.html   (16464 words)

  
 Faculty Office Hours
ASQUITH, DAVID • DMH 222, 924-5338 • TTh 7:45-8:45, 12-1p, by appt.
GLINER, ROBERT • On leave until Fall 2004
--> HEBERT, CHRISTOPHER • DMH 237A, 924-1363 • M5:15-6:16, TTh 10:45-11:45, 2:45-3:15, 5:45-6:45pm
www.sjsu.edu /depts/sociology/hours.htm   (228 words)

  
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The yoke and the arrows - a report on Spai - Matthews, Herbert Lionel, - Hebert L. Matthews
Fifty years of Parliamen - Asquith, H. - by the Earl of Oxford and Asquith
Fifty years of British Parliamen - Asquith, H. - by the Earl of Oxford and Asquith
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 Direct Analysis of Viral-Specific CD8+ T Cells with Soluble HLA-A2/Tax11-19 Tetramer Complexes in Patients with Human T ...
Differential expression of chemokine receptors and chemotactic responsiveness of type 1 helper cells (Th1) and Th2.
Chuntharapai, A., J. Lee, C. Hebert, K. Kim.
B. Asquith, A. Mosley, A. Barfield, S. Marshall, A. Heaps, P. Goon, E. Hanon, Y. Tanaka, G. Taylor, and C. Bangham
www.jimmunol.org /cgi/content/full/162/3/1765   (4591 words)

  
 Region I Science Pair Winners
(grades 4-6): Ahmed Malik, Leakesville; Tabitha O'Meara, Roseland; Brandon Wilkins, Leakesville; B.J. Hebert, West Side; Tanne Campbell, Franklin School; Jarret Roberts, Rawls Springs; Josie Burks, Oak Grove.
Environmental Science (grades 7-8): Amelia Gamble, Oak Grove; Justin Gough, Oak Grove; Matthew Asquith, Oak Grove; Amy Shows, N.R. Burger Middle School; Nathan Hulsey, North Forrest; Tarrice Washington, Picayune.
Environmental Science: Ameli Gamble, Oak Grove; Justin Gough, Oak Grove; Matthew Asquith, Oak Grove; Amy Shows, Burger Middle; Nathan Hulsey, North Forrest Junior High.
www.usm.edu /pr/prnews/mar03/region103.htm   (1664 words)

  
 For Sale List - PopShops
The Paisley Policy Asquith, H. Lawyer's Wit and Wisdom: Quotations on the Legal Profession, in Brief Nash, Bruce
Handtalk: An ABC of Finger Spelling and Sign Language Charlip, Remy; Beth, Mary
interpretation of Mass Spectra of Organic Compounds Budzikiewicz, Hebert
www.popula.com /st/no_144.htm   (1289 words)

  
 Evaluation of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Typing with Invader on PCR Amplicons and Its Automation -- Mein et al. 10 ...
H. Xu, M. Sha, E. Wong, J. Uphoff, Y. Xu, J. Treadway, A. Truong, E. O'Brien, S. Asquith, M. Stubbins, N. Spurr, E. Lai, and W. Mahoney
Multiplexed SNP genotyping using the QbeadTM system: a quantum dot-encoded microsphere-based assay
K. Ranade, M.-S. Chang, C.-T. Ting, D. Pei, C.-F. Hsiao, M. Olivier, R. Pesich, J. Hebert, Y.-D. Chen, V. au, D. Curb, R. Olshen, N. Risch, D. Cox, and D. Botstein
www.genome.org /cgi/content/full/10/3/330   (5120 words)

  
 My Fozard Tree
D:14-12-1734 was drown'd in the Brook near his House at Batley Carr,Coming from Wakefield Market +CRAVEN Anne B: Abt.1700 Batley
9 FOZARD CHARLES B:21-02-1847 6,Cemetery StLeeds 1881c 19 Asquith St Leeds
+ HUNTER ANN B:16 08 1848 12 Burton St Hunslet 1881c 19 Asquith St Leeds
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