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on the ''Central Plains Farm Business Association''. He was named Manitoba's Outstanding Young Farmer in 1995,

Chinese Academy of Sciences

of National Outstanding Youth Fund, five national outstanding young and middle aged specialists, three professors selected for the "One Hundred Experts Program" (a national personnel development project organized by the Chinese Academy of Sciences), 25 teachers selected for the personnel construction program sponsored by the Ministry of Education, and two state-level renowned teachers, 14 committee members of the Guiding Committee for Higher Education Instruction and 13 outstanding

Wheeling, West Virginia

at University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1973. In 1978 he was named Outstanding Young Man of America by the U.S. Jaycees. On September 9, 1978, he married Georgia Lee Noble, with whom he had a son (Christopher N. Canfield). They divorced in December 1999. On July 4, 2001, Canfield married Inga Marie Mahoney. In the recently released ''Long Past Stopping'', Canfield's first son, Oran, from a previous marriage, details a troubled childhood with a distant father, as well as his skepticism of the entire self-help genre in which his father became famous. life William Holmes Crosby Jr. was born in Wheeling, West Virginia . Six months later the family moved to Oil City, Pennsylvania. His father was an architect. His mother, Frances Irene Forrester, was a schoolteacher. Crosby was drawn toward medicine at an early age, attaching himself, at age 12 to volunteer physicians who worked at the Boy scout camp he attended. In high school he discovered his love of literature from his sophomore English teacher, Dorothy Mann. Crosby attended University of Pennsylvania under a scholarship awarded to him by the Pennsylvania legislature. During this time, he began his life in research as a volunteer in the local hospital hematology lab. death_date Retrieved on 11-30-2008.

Jackson, Mississippi

. In 1956, Phillips was named an "Outstanding Alumnus" of Millsaps College. In 1959, he and later Lieutenant Governor (Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi) Charles L. Sullivan were named among the "Outstanding Young Men of the Year" by the Mississippi Jaycees (United States Junior Chamber). He was formerly active in Kiwanis International. On the evening of June 22, 1978, Wilson married Rosa Gilbert at home plate of Smith-Wills Stadium in Jackson, Mississippi. Wilson played in the outfield for the Texas League Class AA Jackson Mets at the time. The ceremony was conducted before a hometown crowd of 1200 and included an archway of bats held aloft by Wilson's Mets teammates for the bride and groom's procession. The public was invited to the wedding reception that was held on the field after that night's game. Cake was cut and passed around; fans and teammates chipped in for a bridal suite at a local hotel. Mogg, Larry. "Wedding Bells Ring At Home Plate For Mookie Wilson". The News and Courier, July 2, 1978, Page 1-B. In the early 1980s he moved to Jackson (Jackson, Mississippi), Mississippi, where he recorded a series of records for the LaJam label, Malaco's Waldoxy imprint, and more recently his own Deep Rush label. 2004's ''FolkFunk'' was a return to a more rootsier sound, featuring guitarist Alvin Youngblood Hart. He appeared in the film, ''The Road to Memphis'' which is part of the series ''The Blues (The Blues (film))'', produced by Martin Scorsese. Rush was also a judge for the second annual Independent Music Awards (The Independent Music Awards) to support independent artists' careers. Independent Music Awards - Past Judges **Younkers *'''Southern Department Store Group''', Jackson (Jackson, Mississippi), Mississippi **McRae's islands cities Jackson (Jackson, Mississippi) Brandon (Brandon, Mississippi) Ridgeland (Ridgeland, Mississippi) Madison (Madison, Mississippi) Career Majoring in history and sociology, Donald earned his bachelor degree from Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. Famed Lincoln Scholar David Herbert Donald Dies National Public Radio He earned his PhD in 1946 under the eminent, leading Lincoln scholar, James G. Randall at the University of Illinois (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Randall as a mentor had a big influence on Donald's life and career, and encouraged his protege to write his dissertation on Lincoln's law partner, William Herndon. The dissertation eventually became his first book, ''Lincoln's Herndon'', published in 1948. The effect Randall had on Donald was later illustrated by the fact that he gave his only son the middle name Randall in honor of his former mentor. After graduating, he taught at Columbia University, Johns Hopkins (Johns Hopkins University) and, from 1973, Harvard University. He also taught at Smith College, the University of North Wales, Princeton University, University College London and served as Harmsworth Professor of American History at Oxford University. At Johns Hopkins, Columbia, and Harvard he trained dozens of graduate students including Jean H. Baker, William J. Cooper, Jr., Michael Holt, Irwin Unger, and Ari Hoogenboom. '''Reformed Theological Seminary''' (RTS) is a non-denominational, evangelical (evangelicalism) Protestant (Protestantism) seminary. RTS's first campus remains in Jackson, Mississippi, United States though the school has expanded to include several additional campuses. birth_date


- Edmond Keosayan Award Edmond Keosayan Award for Excellence in Cardiology has been awarded since 2001 to outstanding young investigators who made high quality scientific research in either clinical or fundamental cardiology, during Young Medics International Conference, organized biannually in Yerevan by Armenian Medical Association. The winner for each category receives $ 2,000 from the Edmond Keosayan Foundation. The award was first awarded in 2008 during 4th YMIC, the money

Salt Lake City

The United States Junior Chamber of Commerce honored Phillips in January 2000 as one of the ''Ten Outstanding Young Americans''. Phillips was also chosen to help carry the Olympic (Olympic Games) torch on its relay across the United States for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. He has also donated $2 million to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. http


was useful for silent elimination of sentries by opening the carotid artery on the neck. Thompson, Leroy, ''Survival Fighting Knives'', Paladin Press, ISBN 0-87364-347-X, 9780873643474 (1985), p. 76 Nearby Ford Hall was the home of the Reverend William Bagshaw, the 'Apostle of the Peak', after he was ejected from the vicarage on the Act of Uniformity (Act of Uniformity 1662) in 1662. John Bennet 1714-1759 , described as "one of John Wesley's most outstanding young preachers


pages 6 Alfredo Ticzon Ramirez M.D. is 1973 T.O.Y.M. Ten Outstanding Young Men - Philippines and the 5th chancellor of the University of the Philippines - Manila, 2001-2003 . His parents were: Pedro Bernardo Ramirez M.D. of Bocaue, Bulacan and Josefina Reyes Ticzon-Ramirez M.D. of San Pablo City, Laguna. They are both alumni of University of the Philippines and co-founders of Makati Medical Center - Makati. Philippines Quezon City


, Hollywood, California, and in Poland's Walk of Fame in Łódź, Poland. align right The 1st Youth In Film Awards ceremony was held in November 1979, at the Sheraton Universal Hotel (Sheraton Hotels and Resorts) in Hollywood to honor outstanding young performers of the 1978 (1978 in film) 1979 (1979 in film) season.


Writers Conference Workshop, in Penang, Malaysia. He was named one of The Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) of 1993 for his creative writing. In 2005, he received the ''Premio Cervara di Roma'' in Italy for extensively promoting Philippine literature overseas. In 2007, his second novel, Soledad's Sister, was shortlisted for the inaugural Man Asian Literary Prize in Hong Kong. * England (Football League): Manchester United * Italy: ACF Fiorentina

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