Milwaukee

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white light

; On the return trip that night, the brightly lit ''Lady Elgin'' was steaming through Lake Michigan against gale force winds when she was rammed by the schooner ''Augusta of Oswego''. The ''Augusta'' was sailing using only a single white light, mounted on a five foot Samson on the bow, and did not attempt, or was unable, to turn to her in the gale. WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


including leading

game. In 1953 the Braves moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Milwaukee) where he batted .302, hit 47 home runs, and drove in 135 runs. For nine straight seasons he hit at least 30 home runs, including leading the National League twice (1953, 1959). Early life and education Born Jerome Silberman in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on June 11, 1933, Gene Wilder is the son of William J. and Jeanne (Baer) Silberman. He adopted "Gene Wilder" for his professional name at the age of 26


natural food

primarily on nutrition and natural food products. He was hired as catching coach for the Seattle Pilots shortly after they completed their one and only season in Major League Baseball, and remained with the organization when they moved to Milwaukee and were renamed the "Brewers."


book character

) The Joker " due to his resemblance to the comic book character (character (arts)) in ''Batman'' and his ever-present smile, especially during his plate appearances. It was given to him by Tony Muser, the Kansas City Royals manager (manager (baseball)) during Randa's second tour with the ballclub. This had resulted from Muser having to constantly answer questions about why Randa was always smiling. "I'd tell them that's not a smile, it's his normal look


extensive research

a key role in his later career. While working with Charles Eliot, a partner at the firm, on the Boston Metropolitan Park System, Manning was exposed to thorough and extensive research of a site and the method of overlaying sketches of topography, roads, water features, etc. over sketches of vegetation (Karson 2000). This method of resource-planning would be used over and over in Manning’s career. McCook Field closed concurrent with the opening of the new Wright Field. Beginning in March 1927, 4500 tons of its materiel and assets were relocated by truck to the new base, with 85% moved in 1,859 truckloads by June 1. On April 1, 1927, demolition of McCook began with the former enlisted barracks, and by early 1928 all infrastructure at McCook had been completely leveled and cleaned up. The field was closed to landings of U.S. government aircraft on June 30 by order of the Air Corps, but by then all aircraft had shifted to the Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot's field. Ironically, one of the last flights received at McCook occurred after the order, on July 20, when the Atlantic-Fokker C-2 transport (Fokker F.VII) formerly based at McCook flew in from Milwaukee with Lts. Lester J. Maitland and Albert F. Hegenberger, two of its most distinguished alumni. The pair had successfully accomplished the first transpacific flight, flying the ''Bird of Paradise'' (Bird of Paradise (aircraft)) to Hawaii on June 28-29, and were on a triumphant tour whose stops included their hometowns and McCook, where the flight project started in 1919. During a press conference on April 28, 2006, President (President of the United States) George W. Bush commented, "I think people who want to be a citizen (Citizenship) of this country ought to learn English (English language). And they ought to learn to sing the anthem in English." New York Times article However, author Kevin Phillips has noted that " w hen visiting cities like Chicago, Milwaukee, or Philadelphia, in pivotal states, he would drop in at Hispanic festivals and parties, sometimes joining in singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" in Spanish, sometimes partying with a "Viva Bush" mariachi band flown in from Texas." American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush In addition, the Department of State offers several Spanish translations of the anthem on its website. Himno nacional - La Bandera de Estrellas In March 1854, he led a raid that freed Joshua Glover, a runaway slave from Missouri, from custody. Glover, Joshua Glover was being held in a Milwaukee jail, after being subdued the night before by a deputy federal marshal (United States Marshals Service) in Racine (Racine, Wisconsin). Booth, under the instruction of the mayor of Racine, had discovered that there was a legal warrant (warrant (law)) out for Glover, obtained by Glover's owner Bennami Garland. Under the current laws, Glover did not have the right to a fair trial, and, determined to set Glover free, Booth rode through Milwaukee, gathering support. At approximately 8:10 AM CST (w:Central Standard Time) December 6, 2006 a factory owned by the FALK Corporation (w:Falk Corporation) exploded in Milwaukee (w:Milwaukee), Wisconsin (w:Wisconsin). Most of both songs were composed during Lordi's tour of the United States as part of Ozzfest (w:Ozzfest), with the band's lead vocalist saying in an interview with MonsterDiscoHell.com that the main riff of ''Beast Loose in Paradise'' was written in Milwaukee (w:Milwaukee), while the chorus of ''Studs and Leather'' was composed in St. Augustine (w:St. Augustine). WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


setting+based

) – Goofs * ''5000 Miles (5000 Miles (documentary)) (2006 (2006 in film)) * ''Chasing Sound: Les Paul at 90'' (2007) * ''Michael Clayton (Michael Clayton (film))'' (2007 (2007 in film)) * ''Crossed (Crossed (film))'' (2008 (2008 in film)) * ''Up in the Air (Up in the Air (2009 film))'' setting based in Milwaukee (2009)


quot radical

in the year 1910'' (1913) Many concentrations acquired distinctive names suggesting their heritage, such as the "Over-the-Rhine" district in Cincinnati and "German Village" in Columbus, Ohio. A favorite destination was Milwaukee, known as "the German Athens". Radical Germans trained in politics in the old


team bringing

InfoWeb:aggregated5&req_dat aa98cdc331574f0abeaff732b33dc0b2 title Reinsdorf Tackles Bulls By The Horns accessdate 2008-10-08 date 1985-02-10 work Chicago Tribune author Verdi, Bob Reinsdorf acquired his majority interests on March 11, 1985 and that same week Kovler sold his 7% stake in the team, bringing Reinsdorf's interest to 63%.


hits record

The 1948 World Series, which the Braves lost in six games to the Indians (1948 Cleveland Indians season), turned out to be the Braves' last hurrah in Boston. Amid four mediocre seasons, attendance steadily dwindled until, on March 13, 1953, Perini, who had recently bought out his original partners, announced


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Milwaukee

'''Milwaukee''' ( ; Hoocąk (Winnebago language): ''Tešišik'' title Locations work Hoocąk Waaziija Haci Language Division, A Division of The Ho-Chunk Nation accessdate 2014-04-06 url http: hocak.info mysite HTM%20All Locations.htm ) is the largest city in the State (U.S. state) of Wisconsin, the 31st most populous (List of United States cities by population) city in the United States, and 39th most populous (Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas) region in the United States. It is the county seat of Milwaukee County (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin) and is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. According to 2010 census data, the City of Milwaukee has a population of

The first Europeans to pass through the area were French (France) Catholic (Catholic Church) missionaries and fur traders. In 1818, the French-Canadian (French Canadian) explorer Solomon Juneau settled in the area, and in 1846 Juneau's town combined with two neighboring towns to incorporate as the City of Milwaukee. Large numbers of German (German people) and other immigrants helped increase the city's population during the 1840s and the following decades.

Known for its brewing traditions, major new additions to the city include the Milwaukee Riverwalk, the Wisconsin Center, Miller Park (Miller Park (Milwaukee)), an internationally renowned addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and Pier Wisconsin, as well as major renovations to the U.S. Cellular Arena. In addition, many new skyscrapers, condos, lofts and apartments have been constructed in neighborhoods (Neighborhoods of Milwaukee) on and near the lakefront and riverbanks.

There have been five ships (USS Milwaukee) of the United States Navy named after the city, including USS ''Milwaukee'' (LCS-5) (USS Milwaukee (LCS-5)).

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