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  Truman State University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The aforementioned Kirk Memorial is a small, domed structure near the geographic center of the campus.
The structure is a memorial to John Kirk, fifth president of the university.
The weathervane atop Kirk Memorial is welded in place so that it always points northeast, in honor of the school's previous name and identity.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pickler_Memorial_Library   (2884 words)

  
 Memorial Inscriptions - Kirk Arbory
In memory of Elizabeth, the beloved wife of W. Stevenson, of Balladoole, Arbory, died 12 March 1881.
Sacred to the memory of George Augustus Woods of Balladoole, Esquire, Justice of the Peace and acting Speaker of the House of Keys, formerly Lieutenant of the Royal Marines.
Sacred to the memory of Robert Cuninghame of Ballanorris, Esq.
www.isle-of-man.com /manxnotebook/famhist/mis/ay.htm   (605 words)

  
 Kirk Gregory
Kirk Gregory, Reference Librarian for the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in St. Louis, passed away on June 18, 1999, after a long illness.
Kirk received his BS from Washington University in St. Louis in 1979, and his Masters in Library Science from the University of Missouri at Columbia in 1981.
Kirk always extended himself to serve others, to be certain that the library's client received all the material, from whatever source, that was important for the project at hand.
www.ca8.uscourts.gov /library/kirk.html   (721 words)

  
 Virtual Tour
Inside Kirk Memorial Atrium facing the east wing of the building where the squad's computer room and directors' offices are located.
Kirk Memorial 204 is a Language and Literature Division classroom by day, but the room serves as a practice facility for the team in the evenings.
The from steps of Kirk Memorial provide a wonderful view of the quadrangle and the Memorial Flame for the Second Century.
forensics.truman.edu /Virtualtour.htm   (266 words)

  
 Avendale Old and Drumclog Parish - History of Drumclog Memeorial Kirk
The construction was of corrugated iron, but with the agreement of the Avendale Kirk Session and the support not only of the local community but also of the Avendale Congregation this was replaced in 1912 by a most attractive stone built church.
It was named Drumclog Memorial Kirk in remembrance of the Battle of Drumclog fought in 1679 when the Covenanters defeated the Government troops.
On the first Sunday of June each year a memorial service is held at the monument erected at the site of the battle about 1.5 miles to the north west of the church.
www.garrion.co.uk /avendale/drumclog.htm   (220 words)

  
 Quincy Foundation of Quality Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Kirk became a stay-at-home mom and now lives in Florida with her son.
This circle was established by Carson Kirk in memory of his father, Houston Kirk.
Kirk taught advanced mathematics courses from 1949 to 1972 at Quincy Senior High and is credited with introducing calculus into the high school curriculum.
www.qhsalumni.org /circlesofinvestment.asp   (473 words)

  
 Sheryl's Star Trek Site - Memorial to DeForest Kelley - Dr. Leonard H. McCoy
In 2253, some 12 years before he signed aboard with Kirk, he had developed a neural grafting procedure employing the creation of axonal pathways between the graft and a subject basal ganglia that was still the practice over a century later.
From saving Spock and Kirk in both "Amok Time" and "Journey to Babel" to his blow for medical diplomacy in "Friday's Child" and medical intelligence in "The Trouble With Tribbles," McCoy was in the thick of what made the U.S.S. Enterprise's voyages legend.
From his opening grouchfest as a bearded "draftee" with old friend Kirk amid the crew reunion of Star Trek The Motion Picture, to the housing of Spock's katra and a bare bones admission of friendship in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, McCoy has been a character that grew throughout.
www.sherylfranklin.com /trek_bones.html   (1433 words)

  
 Church Monuments
Indeed Kirk was destined to execute several such lofty heroes for monuments throughout the country, and became one of the most important Irish sculptors working in Ireland in the first half of the century.
The memorial was erected by the citizens of Dublin and the inscription records that Abbott led 'a life universally devoted to active benevolence, his time and thoughts were dedicated to the service of the utterly forlorn and destitute.
The memorial to Thomas Dillon (d.1828), also in the Pro-Cathedral, has a relief of the Good Samaritan, and may safely be attributed to Kirk; and nearby the William and Ann Bayly memorial is also probably by him.
freespace.virgin.net /mp.hearth/Monuments.html   (1096 words)

  
 Russell Kirk Web Site
The Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal The primary mission of the Center, founded by Mrs.
Kirk, is to identify, educate, and mentor thoughtful young men and women interested in Kirk's ideas and principles.
Russell Kirk's Economics of the Permanent Things By the late John Attarian in The Freeman, a publication of The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc., April 1996, Vol.
users.etown.edu /m/mcdonaldw/kirk.html   (925 words)

  
 Awards [report]
The Branch awards are the Dr. W.J. Wright Award; the John Kirk Worth Memorial Award, the George Neumann Award; and the Director's Award (Friends of the Institute Award).
The John Kirk Worth Memorial Award is presented periodically to someone who has made a significant contribution to the potash and/or industrial minerals industry.
There is a John Kirk Worth Memorial Award committee which is suppose to propose names to the Branch executive and directors.
www.cim.org /newbrunswick/CIMAWARDS.htm   (851 words)

  
 KIRK FAMILY PAPERS
When Mrs John R Kirk turned her husband’s papers over to the College Archives shortly after his death, she included some family photos and documents among the professional documents.
John Robert Kirk (1851-1937), the son of George W and Mary Jane (Reid) Kirk, was President of the First District Normal School for 26 years, 1899-1925.
Robert L Kirk (1877-1969) was a high school teacher, football coach and principal in South Dakota, Kansas and Oregon before retiring in 1949.
library.truman.edu /manuscripts/K3-Kirk_Family.htm   (984 words)

  
 An unique and priceless memorial to Highlander's Achievements   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
A Gallery of Scottish Clan armorial shields and military regimental insignia was built into the Highlanders Memorial Church in Glasgow.
In this way it combined a war memorial with a rememberance of what the clanspeople had contributed to the city.
After the demolition of the Highlander's Memorial Church the crests that survived were given to the care of the Highlander's Institute and when they ceased to own property they were returned to St Columba as being the most fitting place for permanent display.
www.highlandcathedral.org /index.php?section=shields&page=4   (467 words)

  
 Kirk McCarthy Memorial Award Established To Help Young Australian Racers News Article // RoadracingWorld.com
“Kirk showed many fine qualities during his racing career, and this is a great way of continuing on his legacy.”
Full details of the Kirk McCarthy Memorial Award, co-sponsored by Alan and Margaret McCarthy, Suzuki Australia, Monza Imports and Motorcycling Australia, will be made available next week, together with an inaugural application form.
Kirk McCarthy, 35, passed away following an incident in the penultimate round of the ASC at Queensland Raceway on August 15, 2004.
www.roadracingworld.com /news/article?article=23594   (258 words)

  
 The Kirk Report : Memorial Holiday
Following inflation data that was in-line with expectations, premarket futures are indicating a positive open on hope that the bounce will continue.
The Friday before Memorial Day tends to be one of the lightest trading days of the year and I suspect this one will be no different.
In fact, historically the days that follow Memorial Day tend to produce relatively large scale market moves so we have that to look forward to after we return.
www.thekirkreport.com /2006/05/memorial_holida.html   (220 words)

  
 The Gypsy Memorial, Kirk Yetholm, Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Description: Unveiled in 2003, this piece of stone from Blinkbonny Quarry, stands as a memorial to the Gypsies of Kirk Yetholm, and at the same time to Tom Tokely, a renowned local historian with a special interest in and knowledge of the Kirk Yetholm Gypsies.
By car: In the village of Kirk Yetholm some 8 miles south of Kelso.
The memorial Stone is beside the road up from Kirk Yetholm Green heading south to Halterburn.
www.discovertheborders.co.uk /places/213.html   (86 words)

  
 "First Principles in the Public Arena" -- Heritage
Michigan Governor Engler delivered the first Russell Kirk Memorial Lecture on Tuesday, September 26, 1995, at The Heritage Foundation, Washington D.C. This weekend, Michigan Republicans held a leadership conference on Mackinac Island.
After listening to the various presidential candidates and to Speaker Gingrich, it was clear that many of the ideas Russell had written about since the 1950s not only had taken root, but had blossomed.
I am honored to be in this redoubt of conservative thought to inaugurate the Russell Kirk Memorial Lectures.
users.etown.edu /m/mcdonaldw/LECT543.HTM   (2772 words)

  
 Beyond Indigo- Death and Dying: Beyond Memory:Kirk Matthew Balthazor
Reading Kirk's memorial and your comments from time to time makes me feel connected to someone.
I lost my two young Sons, Brian 27, and Tim 25 in an Auto Accident on 3/22/0l, and the lives of my Husband Jim and their younger Brother will never be the same, we are missing Them Both so very much.
Pat, Mom of Brian and Tim in Heaven (with Your Son Kirk) and Sean on Earth.
www.beyondindigo.com /memorials/guestbook/index.php?dID=229   (832 words)

  
 Kirk, McGill Memorial Services Are Set. Columbia University Record, January 23, 1998   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
A service for McGill, who died Oct. 19 at the age of 75, will be held in St. Paul's Chapel on Feb. 9.
A service for Kirk, who died Nov. 21 at the age of 94, will be held in St. Paul's Chapel on Feb. 23.
Following each service will be a reception in the Faculty Room of Low Library, open to all.
www.columbia.edu /cu/record/23/12/32.html   (87 words)

  
 Inflammatory Breast Cancer - Florence 'Flo' S. Kirk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Flo was diagnosed on January 12, 1996 and became a Pathfinder on November 30, 1998 at the age of 41.
If it is ok, I would like to post the poem that I wrote for her last night.
I noticed on January 1, 1996 that the nipple of my left breast was receded a little, and there was a lump in the upper portion of my breast.
www.ibcmemorial.org /flo.html   (1225 words)

  
 Norman Kirk Memorial Trust   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Norman Kirk, Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1972 to 1974.
The Trust's capital comes from donations made in Norman Kirk's memory by individuals and the Governments of New Zealand, Australia and several South Pacific nations.
The current Trustees of the Norman Kirk Memorial Trust are:
www.spc.org.nc /youth/leadership_zone/norman_kirk_memorial_trust.htm   (244 words)

  
 Peter Kirk European Travel Scholarships   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Each year up to twelve Peter Kirk travel scholarships are awarded to promote understanding of Europe amongst young Britons, and of Britain amongst young people from other European countries.
You should, therefore, be confident that you will be able to talk to the people you meet in the country(ies) you visit.
The scholarships were endowed to commemorate the work of the late Sir Peter Kirk MP, who died in 1977, aged 49, while leader of the first British team in the European Parliament.
www.kirkfund.org.uk   (318 words)

  
 Apply for funding from Trust and Fellowship Grants - www.govt.nz
The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust assists New Zealanders to travel overseas to learn more about other people and cultures and to investigate topics that will help them to increase their contribution to the community and their trade, industry, profession...
The Trust seeks to promote the welfare and progress of the people of New Zealand and the South Pacific, especially those who have the capacity to benefit from further education, study or training, but who need financial assistance in realising their...
Department of Internal Affairs, Norman Kirk Memorial Trust
www.govt.nz /record?recordid=609   (326 words)

  
 Indiana State University: Music Dept: Resources: Scholarships
Scholarship Name: C. Weir & Etta Kirk Memorial Scholarship
Description: The C. Weir and Etta B. Kirk Memorial Scholarship was established in 1972 at the time of Mr.
Selection Criteria: The scholarship is open to an incoming freshman ranking in the upper 10% of his/her high school class in addition to being an outstanding performer.
www.indstate.edu /music/resources/scholarships/kirk.html   (98 words)

  
 BRAVO Cards
The Flame to the Second Century in front of Kirk Memorial
Send It A campus landmark, the weather vane atop Kirk Memorial always points to the northeast in honor of the former name of the University
Send It A view of Kirk Memorial from the Quadrangle
greetings.truman.edu /cat.asp?cat=Scenic   (163 words)

  
 Kirk McCarthy.com.au
Welcome to the official website of Australian motorcycle racing legend Kirk McCarthy
After months in the works, I can finally announce that kirkmccarthy.com.au is now live..
Application form is now available in the Australian Racer Sponsorship Program section..
www.kirkmccarthy.com.au   (50 words)

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