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Graham Nash Graham Nash (born 1942) is a British singer-songwriter.
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Eleanor, Fair Maid of Brittany Eleanor the "Fair Maid of Brittany" was the daughter of Corfe Castle.
Fair Haven, New Jersey Fair Haven is a borough located in 2000 census, the borough had a total population of 5,937.
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 Science Fair Projects - James A. Garfield
James Abram Garfield ( November 19, 1831 – September 19, 1881) was the 20th ( 1881) President of the United States, the first left-handed President, and the second U.S. President to be assassinated.
He was named for his older brother James Ballou Garfield, who died in infancy, and his father who died in 1833, when James Abram was 18 months old.
In 1876, when James G. Blaine moved from the House to the Senate, Garfield became the Republican floor leader of the House.
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Fair, of Little Rock, Ark., during the middle of this century probably had the best research on the Fairs, some of which is referred to in Charles Fair's book, and if that rings a bell with any of you, I would like to think that research is out there somewhere.
James G. Fair is described as the young Irishman who had come west to the California gold fields and later became one of the richest men in America through a fortune accumulated relating to part ownership of the Comstock Lode.
One of the people Charles Fair had as a resource served as National Vice-President of the DAR and was a Fair descendent or was married to a Fair.
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 The Sodfather: A Friend of Agriculture in North Carolina (Family)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Jim Graham was born in this house on April 7, 1921 near the town of Cleveland in Rowan County.
Jim Graham met Helen Ida Kirk at this waterfall on the grounds of the NC State Fair in 1941.
The new waterfall at the NC State Fair was dedicated on October 14, 1999 as the Helen Kirk Graham Waterfall.
www.lib.ncsu.edu /archives/exhibits/sodfather/family.html   (328 words)

 James Graham Fair - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Graham Fair ( December 3, 1831 – December 28, 1894) was a United States Senator and financier.
Born near Belfast, Ireland, Graham emigrated to the United States as a child and grew up on a farm in Illinois.
There he received an extensive education in business before moving to California in 1851 to search for gold.
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 History of the N.C. State Fair   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Fair leased to George Hamid for operation on a commercial basis.
On September 14, President Bill Clinton hosts a meeting in the Jim Graham Building to address emergency workers who were using the fairgrounds as an emergency staging area to clean up the disaster caused by Hurricane Fran.
Fair posted an attendance record of 846,724 attendees during a 10-day period.
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 N. C. State Fair History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
The fair yielded in 1884 to a monthlong "North Carolina Exposition" held on the fairgrounds.
James E. Strates Shows has been a regular feature since that time and during this same year Bascom Lamar Lunsford brought the first Folk Festival, a feature that is still going strong.
Under guidance of Graham, the N.C. Board of Agriculture, Pitzer's management and experienced staff the fair has continued to grow and today is considered one of the leading agricultural, industrial and educational fairs in the nation.
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Charlie Fair grinned and said he felt happier with Central Park and its grazing sheep (that was in the 1890s) between his bride and his sisters.
Fair had suffered a fracture of the skull; an injury of such nature that she must have died instantly.
Fair took the three surviving members of the original Big Four railroad tycoons on a comprehensive tour of his South Pacific Coast line, concluding with a dinner at the south end of the New Almaden branch.
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 Amusement Business: Salute: James Graham.(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture James Graham has always understood that "fairs tell the story" of agriculture.
Graham, who is retiring in January 2001 after 36 years as commissioner, is proud that fairs market agriculture, agribusiness and food so well and notes that, too often, that important fact is missed by commissioners of agriculture in other states.
Graham believes so strongly in fairs that every year he moves his office -- lock, stock and personnel -- to the North Carolina State Fair, Raleigh, during the run of the event.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:61558277&refid=ip_encyclopedia_hf   (164 words)

 North Carolina Dept of Agriculture & Consumer Services
The “Footprints of James A. Graham” exhibit celebrates the successful 36-year career of the Rowan County native who is marking his last year as North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner.
Graham is a fixture at the State Fair where every October he sets up a temporary office in the Kerr Scott Building to conduct business and meet with guests.
Graham’s quick humor is evident in stickers, books and photos displayed in his office.
www.agr.state.nc.us /paffairs/release/2000/9-00footprints.htm   (554 words)

 Fair Grounds Racing
Ridden by James Graham, the 3-year-old daughter of South African champion Horse Chestnut used a bold rally in the stretch to move from last to first and post a comfortable 1 3/4-length victory over Sheer Luck, who was also closing well up the fence.
Racing at Fair Grounds resumes on Saturday featuring a trio of stakes, headlined by the $500,000 Grade II Mervin H. Muniz Jr.
Fair Grounds' 133rd season is headlined by the 93rd running of the $600,000 Grade II Louisiana Derby on March 12, 2005.
www.fairgroundsracecourse.com /whatsnew/recaps/031805recap.html   (239 words)

 Netherby Grahams
Sir James was the second son of the late Rev Robert Graham DD, and succeeded to the Netherby estate on the death of his elder brother Charles, which happened in 1782.
April 24th 1824 CJ On Tuesday the remains of the late Sir James Graham Bart were interred in the family vault at Arthuret, in the presence of his numerous and mournful tenantry, and a number of country gentlemen.
During his stay at Netherby, Mr Graham was actively engaged in field sports, and gave the produce of his skill in presents to the tenantry, cottagers and even the poor of the parishes of Arthuret and Kirkandrews.
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 James Graham Fair
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Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, edited by James Grant Wilson, John Fiske and Stanley L. Klos.
FAIR, James Graham, capitalist, born near Belfast, Ireland, 3 December 1831.
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 Fair Grounds Racing
NEW ORLEANS - Parasail gave the prominent Canadian owner-trainer combination of Sam-Son Farms and Mark Frostad their first wins of the Fair Grounds meeting Thursday, drawing off under jockey James Graham to claim the featured $34,000 allowance/optional-claiming event over the Stall-Wilson turf course.
Graham, who rode three winners on the card, guided Parasail from a stalking position to collar pacesetter Wudantunoit early in the stretch run, and cruise home to a 3 1/2-length win over runner-up Forty Milito, stopping the clock in 1:31.30 for about 7 1/2 furlongs over firm going.
Fair Grounds Race Course, the nation's third-oldest Thoroughbred racing facility, has been in operation since 1872.
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 AUTOGRAPHS & MANUSCRIPTS: JAMES G. FAIR - ANNOTATED SIGNATURE(S)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
JAMES GRAHAM FAIR (1831-1894), who had been born near Belfast, Ireland, went to California as a "forty-niner" at the age of 17.
Fair, who spent the next 11 years mining, later moved to Virginia City, Nevada where he formed a partnership with John W. Mackay, J.C. Flood and William S. O'Brien in 1867.
Fair was a Democratic U.S. Senator from Nevada from 1881-1887.
galleryofhistory.com /archive/8_2004/industry/34895-JAMES-G-FAIR.htm   (231 words)

 James Graham CD
We are delighted to say that the debut CD Siubhal from Gaelic singer James Graham has arrived.
James was this year's winner of the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Award and if anyone saw his winning performance at the GRCH in January or his turn at the Scots Trad Music Awards 2 weeks ago you will know that this young man is a real talent.
And that is why I commend James Graham, a learner of the language, who more than satisfies my pedantic standards.
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 Governor Lewis Morris - The Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
James succeeded to his father's estate, and John, it is said, married Isabella Affick, and their son James Graham was Attorney General of the province of New York.
His appointment not being satisfactory, James Graham was again appointed Attorney General in May, 1691, and is said to have been "the mortal enemy of Leisler and Milborne," during the exciting events of that time.
James Graham was the son of Augustine Graham, who was the half brother of Isabella Graham, the mother of Arabella Morris, making James and Arabella half first cousins.
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 Quaequam Blog!: 03/01/2004 - 03/31/2004
This is in and of itself fair enough, but many of those arguments have already been dismissed by the pro-16 lobby.
What is "absolutely extraordinary" is for the governing political party to throw its weight around like this, on an issue regarding the free and fair running of elections (which surely requires at least some degree of cross-party consensus), in the face of an independent commission.
For every Michael "something of the night" Howard forcing children as young as 10 to stand trial in an adult court, there is the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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 The silver kings of Nevada's Comstock Lode
James Graham Fair : the mastermind of the Comstock Bonanza firm
Like Mackay, James Graham Fair was born in Dublin 1831.
Like thousands of other hopefuls he learnt the placer mining techniques and spent several years in the gold camps, working from dawn to dusk for what really was a pittance.
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 Notes on a Lecture by Graham Hancock
Graham Hancock, acclaimed investigative journalist and author of "Message of the Sphinx" and "Fingerprints of the Gods" was a guest on Art Bell last night.
Besides the commercialization aspect Graham is more concerned with the real possiblity that certain objects might be removed ahead of the *big event* and squirled away without the public's knowledge.
I was impressed with Graham's presentation, which went to 'astronomical' lengths to prove that our present combination of intellect and tech HAS (at last) solved the riddle of the sphinx by using ancient starcharts and geological technology, modern technology and ancient writings.
www.luckymojo.com /hancocklecture.html   (4738 words)

 James Purefoy : Vanity Fair Movie : Reese Witherspoon : Purchase DVD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
James Purefoy also enjoyed an earlier collaboration with Vanity Fair screenwriter Julian Fellowes, who wrote and produced a BBC adaptation of The Prince and the Pauper in which Mr.
James Purefoy has starred in are Rose Troche's Bedrooms & Hallways, Patricia Rozema's Mansfield Park, Ben Elton's Maybe Baby (opposite Joely Richardson), and the upcoming Blessed, a modern-day Rosemary's Baby-style tale directed by Simon Fellows and co-starring Heather Graham and the late David Hemmings.
James Purefoy is currently filming his starring role as Mark Antony in HBO's epic historical drama series Rome (the first three segments of which are being directed by Michael Apted).
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 The Accidental Shareholder by James Graham - WriteWords.org.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Hi James, I don't want to get into a protracted debate here, but the Swedes discovered long ago that their system of punitive taxation caused a major brain drain - hardly ideal.
Hi James, I'm totally at odds with your philosophy, I actually believe that the Capitalist system is the best option we've got, and for many years I earned my living in the investment world.
I claim no credit whatsoever for this (other than that, like you, I voted)but, since you have set the confessional tone, I will admit that I was JEALOUS when the Abbey-folk, the Halifaxers and all the other lucky ones got their backhanders.
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 Quaequam Blog!
Looking at the number of people who have confirmed to attend, I think it is fairly safe to say that apart from possibly Birmingham, the Lib Dem meetup is NOT likely to go ahead this month, so I thought I'd get my rebuttal in first.
One can only stand back and gawp at an organisation that recommends lowering the age of candidature to 18 one day and then blocks a 21 year old from standing over a technicality the next.
David Kidney is right to be concerned about the problem of empty homes but wrong to suggest that local authorities should be allowed to rent them out without the consent of the landlord.
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 Quaequam Blog!: 01/01/2004 - 01/31/2004
In fairness, in the original gender balance motion that was debated in 2001, the 7.5% swing figure was mentioned, and the subsequent amendment which removed the all women shortlists did retain that statistic for recording purposes, but it is daft to presume that the Lib Dem targeting strategy is as simplistic as that.
One thing I should have on yesterday's post, is that if all she had done was make that speech, issued a clarifying statement (including an apology for any misunderstanding) when it became clear that the media were baying for her blood, and went to ground for a couple of weeks, she'd have my support.
He is right, to be fair, to say that many leftwing commentators have reacted with outrage over sociobiology in a completely irrational manner, but only because they commit the same naturalistic fallacy that he does here.
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 Press Release - News - UofL Health Care   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
While you’re at the Kentucky State Fair, stop by University Hospital and the Brown Cancer Center booth located in Health Horizons in the South Wing.
Mammograms The James Graham Brown Cancer Center will be offering screening mammograms every day of the fair from 9:30 a.m.
The State Fair runs from August 19 to August 29 and is located at the Kentucky State Fair Grounds in Louisville.
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 Trustee Book of the First Presbeterian Congregation, Town of Stamford - 1820-1840 - Delaware County, NY
James A Grant was elected in the room of William Grant and Duncan Turner in the room of Alexander McDonald We certify the above to have been an open and fair election
James Rich was appointed clerk of the trustee board and paid in the following sums.
James Rich requested a committee to examine his account respecting the building of the new church.
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 Girl in the baker`s shop by James Graham - WriteWords.org.uk
James Graham at 10:08 on 17 February 2003
But I really like this poem; it seems real, I can see it and the use of the lovely word 'grace' and the bit about the bread 'for bread alone' seems bravely self-effacing, as we should be in the face of youth and innocence.
James, I must have read a different poem from fevvers; an illustration that what the mind receives is funneled through the existing contents.
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 James Wolcott: Teevee Tidbits (II)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
His guests were Dem Jane Harmon and Repub Lindsey Graham, the topic the situation in Iraq and the turmoil at the CIA.
Schieffer brought up newspaper reports of high-level resignations and departures from the CIA since the arrival of Porter Goss, how some longtime CIA officers were disgusted by the arrogant treatment they had received by Goss's henchmen.
Both Harmon and Graham thought this was unfortunate, though what seemed to bother Graham most was that this was being played out ugly in the papers instead of being handled behind closed doors.
jameswolcott.com /archives/2004/11/teevee_tidbits_1.php   (396 words)

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