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  U.S. Navy Battleships - USS Tennessee (BB 44)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Tennessee was about 7,500 yards from the island when her lookouts reported gun flashes from the beach, quickly followed by shell splashes just off the starboard bow and close to one of her screening destroyers.
Tennessee's station was 3,000 yards from Suribachi at the southern end of the landing area, and the water around her was churned by hundreds of vehicles and landing craft as the successive waves moved in.
Tennessee was one of the older, yet still useful, ships selected for inclusion in the "mothball fleet;" and, during 1946, she underwent a process of preservation and preparation for inactivation.
www.chinfo.navy.mil /navpalib/ships/battleships/tennessee/bb43-tenn.html   (14218 words)

  
 Tennessee (U.S.)
Tennessee is divided into three regions - the Tennessee River divides West Tennessee from Middle Tennessee, and East Tennessee is the area of the Smokey Mountains and east - the "Grand Divisions.
The arrangement of the three stars shall be such that the centers of no two stars shall be in a line parallel to either the side or end of the flag, but intermediate between same; and the highest star shall be the one nearest the upper confined corner of the flag.
The author of the article was apparently not familiar with Tennessee, and, rather than consulting Tennessee sources for an explanation of her flag, he seems to have invented a theory based upon the coincidence that Tennessee was the sixteenth state to be admitted to the American Union, i.e., the third after the original thirteen.
www.hampshireflag.co.uk /world-flags/allflags/us-tn.html   (841 words)

  
 www.UConnHuskies.com Womens Basketball
Tennessee hung around though, as a Brittany Jackson long ball with 9:50 remaining cut the Husky lead to 50-48 and the Lady Vols would not go away until Crockett converted on her back-breaking three point play.
Tennessee won the battle of the boards, as the Lady Vols out-rebounded the Huskies 39-to-31 on the evening, and held a 17-to-7 edge on the offensive glass.
I asked Diana about her 8 and 1 against Tennessee, three in the Final Four, it seems you would have to be more than just a good player to be able to do that, you would have to be really a champion.
uconnhuskies.com /AllStories/WBasketball/2004/04/06/20040406Game.html   (4920 words)

  
 Trophy Catfish Rivers in Tennessee
All three fish were caught within the last decade, as have been numerous other record catfish throughout the country.
The Cumberland River, although it is the smallest of Tennessee's three major rivers, has a big reputation throughout the nation.
Similar to the Cumberland, the Tennessee River serves up great catfishing in all of its tailwaters, and Tennessee Valley Authority recreation areas provide shoreline access to all of the five main-river tailwaters that are located in Tennessee.
www.tennesseesportsmanmag.com /fishing/catfish-fishing/tn_aa085003a   (2540 words)

  
 Tennessee Sends Large Group to U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials :: Tennessee Three Represent Team USA at World ...
Justin Gatlin, the most decorated Tennessee NCAA champion ever, and Leonard Scott, the co-school record holder in the 100, hope to burn up the short track in the 100 and 200.
Tennessee will release a postmeet summary of the Olympic trials and world junior championships after their conclusion.
Tennessee school record holder in the discus with a 202-4 mark from 1992...
utsports.collegesports.com /sports/m-track/spec-rel/070204aaa.html   (2975 words)

  
 VEGETATION RESULTS FROM LAND SURVEYS IN THREE EAST TENNESSEE COUNTIES
The county is bordered on the east by the Tennessee River and, in the west, it extends beyond the Plateau escarpment 4-8 km.
Between the three surveyed areas, 43 taxa were named, 25 to the species level, 12 to the genus level and two were unknown.
DeSelm, H.R. Flora and vegetation of the barrens of the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee.
www.apsu.edu /field_biology/center/sym2001/vegetation.htm   (4168 words)

  
 2005 Tennessee Football Signees ::
Also played safety as a senior with 147 tackles with three interceptions while punting for 44.6 yard average...
As a junior in 2003, tallied 53 tackles with nine interceptions, also had three punt blocks and two blocked field goals.
Caught 32 passes for 1,179 yards with 21 touchdowns as a junior in 2003...
utsports.collegesports.com /sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/020205aaa.html   (4034 words)

  
 Tennessee Rules of the Supreme Court
The provisions of Rule 27, Tennessee Rules of Appellate Procedure, shall apply except that reference to a volume of the trial record which is a videotape or CD-ROM recording shall be to volume number, month, day, year, hour, minute and second at which the reference begins as recorded on the videotape or CD-ROM.
Tennessee's judiciary consists of persons who strive to administer justice to the best of their abilities and to discharge the duties of their offices impartially and efficiently.
Tennessee's judges also share a common commitment to improve their own judicial skills and to improve the quality of justice in all the courts of Tennessee.
www.tsc.state.tn.us /opinions/tsc/rules/tnrulesofcourt/06supct25_end.htm   (13478 words)

  
 TNGenWeb Tennessee's 3 Grand Divisions
Tennessee is divided into Three Grand Divisions: Eastern, Middle, and Western.
The earliest official reference to the three divisions of Tennessee is the Acts of Tennessee 1835-1836 Chapter 3: An Act to establish a Supreme Court in pursuance of the 2nd sec., art.
The 1858 Code of Tennessee, Section 100 (derived from the 1835-1836 acts), lists the three grand divisions: for the administration of justice in the Supreme Court there are three grand divisions of the State: the Eastern, Middle, and Western.
www.tngenweb.org /maps/tngrand3.htm   (1013 words)

  
 James K. Polk
So unknown was Polk outside Tennessee and the Nation's capital, the Whigs, in an effort to further their cause during the campaign, would ask, "Who is James K. Polk?" Running on a platform that called for the re-occupation of Oregon and the re-annexation of Texas, Polk secured a narrow victory in the general election.
Polk was again a candidate for the governorship, although his defeat was a foregone conclusion in view of the political whirlwind that had swept over the country in 1840 and resulted in the election of William Henry Harrison to the presidency.
Polk had been nominated by the legislature of Tennessee as its candidate for vice-president on the ticket with Martin Van Buren, and other states had followed the example: but Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, seemed to be the choice of the great body of the Democratic party, and he was accordingly nominated.
www.jameskpolk.org   (6190 words)

  
 Jackson-Crockett's Tennessee Guide
Your guide is one of the few people to have lived in all three of Tennessee's Grand Divisions, and we'll give you a comprehensive and candid overview of the state with in-depth information on special areas.
Early agriculture in East Tennessee was primarily family farms, which reflects the rock-ribbed self reliance that still typifies the area and which meant few slaves in the 19th Century.
The USS Tennessee is a submarine in the U.S. Navy and is the sixth ship to bear the state's name.
www.hermitage.com /tenn.html   (3127 words)

  
 Tennessee Trivia the Official Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Tennessee law shames drunken drivers (12.31.2005) from CNN A new Tennessee law is enlisting the power of shame to discourage drunken driving -- even the governor, law enforcement officials and various experts are calling it an expensive and bad idea.
Tennessee Woman is oldest Living Person in U.S. Researchers say a Tennessee woman appears to be the oldest living American.
Three Tennesseans on list of richest people...Three Tennessee residents are on the Forbes list of the richest people in the world.
www.tntrivia.com   (651 words)

  
 Tennessee Migrations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
They are known as the three states of Tennessee...The three stars on the flag represent the three different land forms in Tennessee.
Tennessee is located west of North Carolina, and was a natural route for the pioneers as they moved west over the Cumberland Gap.
If your ancestors and relatives moved into, out of, or temporarily resided in Tennessee, this is the place to share your information and view other information shared by your colleagues.
www.geocities.com /tombstone37216   (274 words)

  
 Overton County News - An Award Winning Newspaper - Livingston, Tennessee
Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Matthew Kisber announced recently that Overton County has achieved Three-Star Community status by receiving certification under the redesigned Three-Star program.
Tennessee will recycle more than 60,000 tons of tires during fiscal year 2005, diverting waste tires from landfills and sending them to beneficial end use.
In Tennessee, Bowater Company, Cemex Cement, Gerdau Ameristeel, and TVA Allen Steam Plant are among those generating energy and processing waste tires by utilizing TDF.
www.overtoncountynews.com /archives2005/news07-13-2005.html   (921 words)

  
 Three Way, TN - Tennessee Florists, buy flowers from your local full service retail flower shops and florist serving ...
Three Way, Tennessee Florists have been brought to you by Flower Shop Network, a directory of United States and Canadian florists.
It is vitally important that you provide Three Way, Tennessee Florists with accurate, detailed information regarding the name and address of the person to whom you are sending flowers.
When placing an order for Delivery in Three Way, Tennessee, it is usually wise to keep the order simple, the less specific you are in your request, the less room for error.
www.flowershopnetwork.com /directory/TennesseeFlorists/Three-Way.php   (1008 words)

  
 H-Net Review: Nathan K. Moran on Tennessee Frontiers: Three Regions in Transition
Tennessee pioneers worked hard to find convenient ways to get their goods to the rest of the world, and in turn, to receive the materials they needed.
The development of Tennessee government from the early settlement to statehood is clearly and concisely described.
A constant concern in the early development of Tennessee was the rivalry between political factions, which Finger argues reflected local concerns coupled with political currents of the United States and the world at large.
www.h-net.org /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=8271056723096   (1121 words)

  
 "Tennessee Williams’s Three Plays for the Lyric Theatre"--Allean Hale
Previously unpublished material by Tennessee Williams printed by permission of the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.
In fact, Nureyev once mentioned that Tennessee Williams had asked him to be in a play—no doubt A Cavalier for Milady—but nothing came of the request, which may be why the play was never performed.
As unknown scripts like Three Plays for the Lyric Theatre are published by New Directions and other presses and performed in venues such as Hartford Stage, the Kennedy Center, and The Manhattan Theatre Club, the Hero will continue to be explored, reinterpreted, and reborn.
www.tennesseewilliamsstudies.org /archives/2005/07hale.htm   (5633 words)

  
 No. 12 Georgia Travels To No. 9 Tennessee For Three-Game Series :: Softball Notes
Tennessee enters the weekend with a 47-9 overall record after earning a doubleheader sweep over Austin Peay on Tuesday.
Despite missing the first three weeks with an injury, the junior from Lithonia, Ga., is second on the team with a.400 batting average and 10 doubles and 25 RBI.
Tennessee earned a second-place ranking after receiving four first-place votes and 44 overall points.
www.cstv.com /sports/w-softbl/stories/042105aaw.html   (3384 words)

  
 SI.com - SI 50th - Tennessee - Three-Part Harmony - Wednesday October 29, 2003 10:17 AM
East Tennessee, where I live and work, is a land of mountains (and mountain music) surrounding Knoxville, home to the University of Tennessee, which dominates the sports landscape.
Middle Tennessee, where I grew up, centers on Nashville and the country music industry, loves its NFL Titans and divides its college loyalties among Vanderbilt, Austin Peay and the Volunteers.
West Tennessee, where I went to college, sits by the Mississippi River; its main city is Memphis, its soundtrack is the blues, and it has fans of not only John Calipari's Memphis Tigers and the NBA Grizzlies but also Ole Miss, Arkansas and the Vols.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /magazine/features/si50/states/tennessee/essay   (768 words)

  
 Tennessee Sportsman Magazine
Four tributaries that flow into Tennessee's three biggest rivers are...
If you live in East Tennessee and are looking to fill one last deer tag close to home, (December 2005)...
Tennessee duck hunters are hoping for an upswing in duck numbers this season...
www.tennesseesportsmanmag.com   (382 words)

  
 The Tennessee - The United States Mint
The Tennessee quarter, the first quarter of 2002 and sixteenth in the series, celebrates the state's contributions to our nation's musical heritage.
The fiddle represents the Appalachian music of east Tennessee, the trumpet stands for the blues of west Tennessee for which Memphis is famous, and the guitar is for central Tennessee, home to Nashville, the capital of country music.
A seven-person Tennessee Coin Commission that the Governor created sent its three favorite concepts to the Mint on June 28, 2000.
www.usmint.gov /mint_programs/50sq_program/states/index.cfm?state=TN   (198 words)

  
 No. 12 Georgia Splits Doubleheader With No. 9 Tennessee :: Doucette's three-run home run propels Bulldogs to 4-1 game ...
Tennessee's three-run third inning in game two propelled the Lady Vols to a 3-1 win.
Tennessee took a 1-0 lead in the bottom half of the first inning after Kristi Durant hit a two-out solo home run over the center field fence.
Tennessee took a 3-1 lead in the third inning on Card's two-RBI single and Lindsay Schutzler's RBI triple.
www.cstv.com /sports/w-softbl/stories/042305abm.html   (568 words)

  
 The Timeshare Beat: It's Your World; Tennessee- Three Centuries. Three Days. One Region.
According to The National Tour Association, this popular notion is contributing to a dramatic increase in experiential travel, a tourism trend defined by rapidly retiring baby boomers and families who prefer an active role in their vacation experience.
Vacation destinations in East Tennessee illustrate the popularity of experiential travel that involves "reliving" three centuries in three days.
Also in Oak Ridge, East Tennessee visitors can explore the excitement of 20th and 21st century progress at the American Museum of Science and Energy.
www.thetimesharebeat.com /yourworld/tennessee.htm   (469 words)

  
 AngryCountry.com - Tennessee Three Set to Be One of the Headliners for Rockabilly Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Nashville, TN (July, 27, 2005)-- The legendary TENNESSEE THREE, the men and the sound behind the man in fl, Johnny Cash, and a pioneering group in rockabilly music, are one of the headliners this year at the Rockabilly Festival on August 4th 5th and 6th, at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson, TN.
The distinctive sound of the Tennessee Three resonated through the halls of Folsom Prison and San Quentin and that same sound continues to be the driving force behind their notes.
Tennessee Three Set to Be One of the Headliners for Rockabilly Festival
magazine.angrycountry.com /article.php?story=2005072719174867   (279 words)

  
 Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The application process for the sponsorship included several stringent requirements, such as submitting a formal report outlining the planned use of the funds, holding semi-annual meetings to share ideas and best practices, and participation in the annual Governor’s Conference.
The Technology Development Division within ECD was established in 2003 by Gov. Phil Bredesen and Commissioner Kisber to move forward and support existing and emerging technology resources in Tennessee to create higher paying, better skilled jobs for the future.
The division is currently developing new strategies to support entrepreneurial activity in the technology sector and to increase collaborative efforts between organizations.
www.tnecd.net /news_archive/article.asp?storynum=473   (978 words)

  
 Tennessee State Flag - Blount Web
They are bound together by the endless circle of the blue field, the symbol being three bound together in one-an indissoluble trinity.
Another common problem with the Tennessee flag is the issue of "which way is up," Despite the generally good example of the state government, as often as not Tennesseans will fly their flag upside down.
The arrangement of the three (3) stars shall be such that the centers of no two stars shall be in a line parallel to either the side or the end of the flag, but intermediate between the same; and the highest star shall be the one nearest the upper confined corner of the flag.
www.blountweb.com /government/state_flag.htm   (768 words)

  
 Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development - Community Development: Three Star Program
On behalf of the State of Tennessee, we would like to introduce to you our redeveloped and re-energized Three-Star Program.
We appreciate your dedication to the growth and success of Tennessee’s economy, and we are proud and honored to have your support for this important economic development program.
The goals are to preserve existing employment, create new employment opportunities, increase Tennessee family income, improve quality of life and create a strong leadership base.
www.state.tn.us /ecd/3star.htm   (308 words)

  
 Davidson County, Tennessee Genealogical Records Information
Davidson County is the oldest county in Middle Tennessee.
All three Tennessee presidents lived in Davidson County; both Andrew Jackson and James J. Polk died and were buried there.
But they are just three of many distinguished Tennesseans who called Davidson County home at some time in their lives and careers.
www.mytennesseegenealogy.com /tn_county/da.htm   (1361 words)

  
 Three by Tennessee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Hot, steamy, sweltering… Not only were those the current weather conditions, but it’s also the perfect way to describe the plays of Tennessee Williams.
The trio of one-acts have several other things in common – they are all early works of the playwright, they each show delusional characters conjuring up an imagined reality, and they all end on an unresolved, bittersweet note.
The uncredited costumes were credible, and the lighting and sound were minimal and unobtrusive.
www.oobr.com /top/volEight/twentynine/Tennessee.htm   (441 words)

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