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  1. Elementary school mathematics: Activities and materials by George F Green, 1974
  2. An Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and Magnetism by George Green, 1958
  3. Kelvin's instruments and the Kelvin Museum, by George Green, 1970
  4. Operations & Technology Express (Express Exec) by George Green, 2002-04-17
  5. The Caveman's Valentine by George Dawes Green, 1995-03-09
  6. Some say "it couldn't have happened to a nicer fellow" by George Green, 1994
  7. Purple Cat #1 by Jay and Darby Holmes, Skip Williamson, Daniel Clyne, Jim Siergey, Bruce Griffith, Willem, B LaCrey, Justin Green, George Hansen (Contributors) Lynch, 1973
  8. Cervical Adenocarcinoma: A Colposcopic Atlas by Minoru, M.D. Ueki, Takashi Sano, et all 1985-07
  9. Green-Function Theory of Chemisorption by Sydney G. Davison, Kenneth W. Sulston, 2006-10-05
  10. Terrace Talk: Play by George MacEwan Green, 1979-12-31
  11. Surgical Revascularization of the Heart: The Internal Thoracic Arteries by George E. Green, Ram N. Singh, et all 1991-02
  12. Oliver Cromwell; an historical play. To which is prefix'd an Extract or journal of the rise and progress of Oliver Cromwell by George Smith Green, 2010-08-16
  13. A book of story poems by George Green Loane, 2010-09-07
  14. Editor Looks Back: South African and Other Memories, 1883-1946 by George Alfred Lawrence Green, 1970

81. St. George Utah Hotel At Green Gate Village
george, Utah, the green Gate Village Historic* Inn offers our visitors theunique opportunity to step back in time to the latterhalf of the 1800s.
CHECK ROOM AVAILABILITY or BOOK ON LINE Why Stay Anywhere Else If There's Room At The Inn? Gently nestled on the "Historic Walk" of old town St. George, Utah, the Green Gate Village Historic* Inn offers guests the opportunity to step back in time to the latter-half of the 1800s. Nine fully restored, upscale pioneer and early Victorian homes make up this quaint village, providing you with a wide selection of beautifully decorated guest rooms and executive and bridal suites, some with over 1,000 square feet of spacious luxury. All have TV/VCRs, and microwaves. Many have fireplaces, jetted tubs and kitchenettes. Also at the Village, the world famous Judd's Store has been the favorite malt and snack shop for generations of children and parents alike for nearly 100 years. The Victorian-style Bentley House Restaurant serves hearty pioneer meals "family-style". The Carriage House banquet and meeting hall, the Gazebo Courtyard, the Village Green, and of course the heated pool and hot tub all round out the Village facilities making this the perfect site for your wedding, reception, honeymoon, romantic getaway, business retreat, golfing junket, home base for daily visits to the National Parks, or just relaxing away from it all with a good book. All of this takes place in Southern Utah's Color Country, truly a vacation paradise for golfing, hiking, biking or just taking in the incredible vistas found no where else on earth. St. George is the gateway to Zions and Bryce Canyon National Parks, the north rim of the Grand Canyon, Cedar Breaks, Kolob Canyon and dozens of other locations offering unbelievable scenic wonders.

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84. The Green Party Response To George Bush's State Of The Union Address
Published on Wednesday, January 29, 2003 by The green PartyResponse to george Bush's State of the Union Address. by Natalie Johnson Lee.
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Published on Wednesday, January 29, 2003 by The Green Party Response to George Bush's State of the Union Address by Natalie Johnson Lee Greetings from the Green Party, the party of peace! Tonight the President promised America a policy of war. War on Iraq. War on minorities. War on the poor. War on regular working people. In response, the Green Party, America's only growing political party, offers an alternative of peace. Tonight, in Washington D.C., I must ask:
I know that America did not dial that number. Someone else did. Like 169 other Green city council members, mayors, county supervisors, school board members, and state representatives, my phone is ringing off the hook. Our constituents are calling us. The President promised a policy of war on Iraq. In response, the Green Party offers the only national security policy that really works: A policy whose goal is peace, not war. America can make peace, not war, by helping the economies of the poorer countries of the world. Exploitation breed poverty, poverty breeds hatred, and hatred breeds terror. Unrestricted corporate power has caused massive unemployment across Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and today threatens the United States as well. In its place, we need a global economic policy whose primary goal is the elimination of poverty, the creation of sustainable industries, and support for real democracy based on the empowerment of working people.

85. Additional Case Details On GREEN, GEORGE CURTIS JR (from PMSEA)
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86. George Green And Mathematics - St Peter's Church, Nottingham, England On-line Ma
george green and mathematics. by Rev. george green web pages. Mathematicians george green green's Mill, information about the mill and its miller.
George Green and mathematics
by Rev. Dr. John Polkinghorne FRS George Green (1793-1841) was the son of a baker who left school after only four terms to work in his father's mill at Sneinton, Nottingham. He continued to study mathematics alone, and in 1828 published his first and greatest work "An Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and Magnetism". At the age of forty he entered Gonville and Caius College in Cambridge, took his degree with high honours in 1837, and then resumed his research. His health failed and he returned to Nottingham where he died at 3 Notintone Place, Sneinton (the street where William Booth had been born some twelve years earlier).
Green's Mill has been restored to fully working order, and there is a small science museum for children at its base.
A civic service of thanksgiving was held in St Stephen's Church, Sneinton on 13th July 1993, at which the following address was given. But the work of George Green illustrates an even more remarkable principle than that of the irresistible assertion of mathematical talent. In his celebrated essay of 1828 Green wrote that

87. Scientific Justice For George Green
Scientific Justice for george green. Robert E. O'Malley, Jr. Mary Cannell's biographyof george green describes the structure of 19thcentury English society.
SIAM News Quick Search: The 1828 essay that introduced Green's functions and Green's theorem was most likely written at least in part in the now famous windmill, shown here after its restoration, which was completed in 1993, the bicentenary of George Green's birth.
Scientific Justice for George Green
Robert E. O'Malley, Jr.
Mary Cannell had lots to teach us about George Green, weaving her fascinating tale on a limited warp of specific facts about Green but with a thorough understanding of Victorian life in Nottingham and Cambridge as her very solid weft. Indeed, Cannell, who died earlier this year, confessed that she'd had a "mystic marriage" with GG (1793-1841) for her last twenty years. Her 1993 Athlone Press biography of Green was recommended to me by Lady Bertha Jeffreys, who was the collaborator and wife of the late Sir Harold Jeffreys (the "J" of the WKBJ method, which the authority Frank Olver convincingly argues should more appropriately be named after Liouville and Green). Most applied mathematicians know of Green's theorem and Green's functions and use his term "potential" without attribution, but have no knowledge of Green and his important essay of 1828. Although Boyce and DiPrima's book on differential equations includes a short biography of Green, the Green's functions books of Bergman and Schiffer, Roach, and Stakgold, for example, include no details about him. In the unusual 1995 book

88. Ccm Composers-classical-music Com Green, George Hamilton Green
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89. Genealogy Data
Gasperson, Nancy Birth ABT. 1809 Burke Co., NC Death 7 NOV 1889 Haywood Co,NC Gender Female Family Spouse green, george Washington Birth ABT.
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Crisp, John Bennett
Gender: Male
Family: Spouse: Cable, Margaret
Birth : 14 APR 1826 Tennessee
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Parents: Father: Cable, Samuel A.
Mother: Jones, Elizabeth Clarrissa
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Birth : 3 MAR 1828 Tennessee
Gender: Male
Parents: Father: Cable, Samuel A. Mother: Jones, Elizabeth Clarrissa Family: Children: Cable, John Baker , Jr.
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Morgan, Esther Eliza Gender: Female Family: Spouse: Cable, Thomas J. Birth : 10 APR 1829 Gender: Male Parents: Father: Cable, Samuel A. Mother: Jones, Elizabeth Clarrissa Children: Cable, Joel
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Picklesimer, Martha Elizabeth Birth : 22 MAY 1891 Death : 19 MAR 1985 Macon Co., N.C. Gender: Female Family: Spouse: Chastain, Ezekel Franklin Birth : 10 JUN 1884 Macon Co., N.C. Death : 7 JUN 1938 Macon Co., N.C. Gender: Male Parents: Father: Chastain, Thomas Andrew Mother: Rogers, Martha Jane
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Upton, Samantha Gender: Female Parents: Father: Upton, Joseph Crawford

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green, Cordelia Palestine Birth 7 MAR 1867 Jackson Co., NC Death 8 DEC 1959 JacksonCo., NC Gender Female Parents Father green, george Washington , Jr.
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Butler, Gene
Birth : 1933
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Spouse: Cook, Dolores Flora
Birth : living Hamilton, Washington
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Children: Butler, Bradley Allen Birth : living Gender: Male Butler, Lori Lynn Birth : living Gender: Female
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Page, Jeanette Elaine Gender: Female Family: Marriage: living Spouse: Cook, Richard Raymond Birth : living Gender: Male Parents: Father: Cook, Raymond Floyd Mother: Williams, Elsie Marie Children: Cook, Tammy Susette Cook, Vickie Lynn
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Kerr, Robert Gender: Male Family: Marriage: living Spouse: Cook, Betty Lou Birth : living Gender: Female Parents: Father: Cook, Raymond Floyd Mother: Williams, Elsie Marie Children: Kerr, Kenneth Ross Kerr, Robert Kenneth Kerr, Anita Marie
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Badgley, William Adam Gender: Male Family: Marriage: living Spouse: Cook, Tammy Susette

91. Authors: George Dawes Green
Critical Praise. george Dawes green eorge Dawes green is the authorof the highly acclaimed novel The Caveman's Valentine, as well
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eorge Dawes Green is the author of the highly acclaimed novel The Caveman's Valentine , as well as a poet whose work has appeared in The Ontario Review Carolina Quarterly , and other literary publications. He lives in Key West, Florida.

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92. George Green (1793-1841)
george green (17931841) By Dr. Dan Kidger High Performance Computing Group, ManchesterComputing. Early Life. george green was born in 1793 to george green snr.
George Green (1793-1841) By Dr. Dan Kidger
High Performance Computing Group, Manchester Computing
George Green was an English Mathematician who published work in the fields of hydrodynamics, electricity and magnetism, although he is perhaps best known for 'Green's Theorem' which is used in almost all computer codes that solve partial differential equations.
Early Life
George Green was born in 1793 to George Green snr. - a baker in central Nottingham and his wife Sarah. They also had a daughter two years later. At the age of eight, he started school at Robert Goodacre's Academy. Mr Goodacre acquired many scientific instruments for his school, including a barometer and an orrery. George Green's father's business started to prosper, and in 1807 his father established a windmill on the village of Sneinton, 2 miles east of Nottingham. Ten years later, Mr. Green had a large house built next door, and the family moved in.
Green the Miller
In 1829, George Green snr. died and left the mill and business to George. In 1831, there was a riot where angry mobs attacked the mill. George Green fired his musket at the crowd, whilst his sister passed him ammunition. George Green spent his days working at the mill. However every day he continued to study mathematics late at night in the uppermost room of the mill
The mill manager was William Smith who lived in a cottage next to the mill. He had a daughter, Jane Smith (born 1802). Jane and George had a relationship that lasted for sixteen years. They had a daughter in 1824, and subsequently six more children together, but strangely never married.

93. VEDA
13.8. MATEMATIKOVÉ V HISTORII george green Jirí Svršek Otec george greena,který se jmenoval také george green, byl pekarem v Nottinghamu.
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94. Old Dominion University Monarchs - General Releases - Official Athletic Site
george green (Track Field) 2001 Hall of Fame. george green competedfor Old Dominion from 19611965 in track and field and cross
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2001 Hall of Fame George Green competed for Old Dominion from 1961-1965 in track and field and cross country, under the tutelage of Hall of Fame coaches Scrap Chandler and Lou Plummer. In his four years in outdoor track, the team was undefeated and won 29 straight dual meets. As a senior in 1965, Green won three events in the Little Eight Conference Championships. He took first in the half-mile in 1:57.8, the mile in 4:28.7 and two mile in 9:43.4. Green established school records in the half-mile and mile. His mile time of 4:19 broke Hall of Famer Buzz Sawyer's existing mark. In dual competition over four years with indoor and outdoor track, Green lost only three times in the 880, mile and two-mile events. Green was five-time conference cross country champion in the Little Eight and Mason-Dixon Conferences. As a senior, Green received the Tom Scott Award from the Norfolk Sports Club as the school's outstanding senior athlete. That year he co-captained the cross country squad and won the Little Eight title, losing only once in dual competition. In outdoor track, Green set the school record in the mile and the 880 (1:57.4). In the two-mile, his time of 9:48.7 was one-tenth of a second off the school record. He graduated from Old Dominion with a B.S. degree in geology. After graduation, Green went through Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training in Coronado, CA, and served in Vietnam as a Navy Frogman. After four years in the Navy he acquired MBA degrees from National University in both accounting and computer information systems.

95. Who's Who In Musicals: G
and green remained active collaborators, writing together almost daily until green'sdeath in Grey triumphed portraying george M. Cohan in george M! (1968) and History of Musicals
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by John Kenrick Gallagher , Helen - actress, singer, dancer b. July 19, 1926 (Brooklyn, NY)
This versatile performer made her Broadway debut as a dancer in Seven Lively Arts (1944), followed by appearances in the dance ensembles of Billion Dollar Baby (1945) and Brigadoon (1948). She proved her acting ability as Nancy in High Button Shoes (1947), and won further attention in the New York and London productions of Touch and Go After playing Poupette in Make a Wish (1951) and Gladys in a revival of Pal Joey (1952), Gallagher created the title role in Hazel Flagg (1953). After the painful failure of Portofino (1958), she took an extended leave from the stage, returning as the cynical Nicky in Sweet Charity (1966). She played Bessie Legg in the ill-fated

96. (Jennifer GREEN - George Richardson GRIFFIN )
Index of Persons Jennifer green george Richardson GRIFFIN 5311 individuals, 1750families from file C\ftw\Genealogy2003\AllThree02_08_03\Mystery.GED (9 Feb

97. All Kinds Of TV And Movie Stuff
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Stuff? What's Stuff?
Well, the official term is "merchandise" - "media merchandise" to be precise. But nobody calls it that really do they? It's the products that are produced to promote TV, movies, bands - or to satisfy the demands of their fans. Collectibles, figurines, badges and buttons, magnets, clothing, housewares - anything you can imagine with a famous logo or other identifiable identity on it. Lunchboxes and shot glasses, hair clips and cuff links, life-size stand-ups - the list is endless. You know - stuff So, if you like that kind of "stuff", we have it here ...
Minty Fresh Stuff
Every new movie and TV series, as well as many theatrical and other performance events are launched these days with a whole bunch of stuff. Our suppliers are hooked directly into the companies that produce these merchandising campaigns to ensure we always have the latest stuff. For a complete list of the shows, movies and more we have stuff for - see the list of Stuffegories
Classic Stuff
Although there was relatively little stuff produced alongside these shows when they were current, you can now get loads of stuff carrying iconic images and themes from shows like

98. Roman Policier - Green, George Dawes
par Robert Pépin. Paris Editions du Seuil, 1995. 459 p. ; 24 cm.
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La jurée / George Dawes Green ; traduit de l'américain par Robert Pépin. Paris : Editions du Seuil, 1995. 459 p. ; 24 cm. ISBN 2-02-022803-3. SDM: 9504966 [A 5] [Titre original: The juror.] Une jeune mère célibataire, jurée dans un procès d'un mafioso, est "choisie" par l'organisation pour influencer le jury. Un "thriller" rigoureux, implacable et réussi. [Yvon Allard] La jurée : roman / George Dawes Green ; traduit de l'américain par Robert Pépin. Paris : Editions du Seuil, 1996, c1995. 469 p. ; 18 cm. (Points ; 295) ISBN 2-02-030544-5. SDM: 9708598 [A 5] [Titre original: The juror.] Une jeune mère célibataire, jurée dans un procès d'un mafioso, est "choisie" par l'organisation pour influencer le jury. Un "thriller" rigoureux, implacable et réussi. [Yvon Allard] La Saint-Valentin de l'homme des cavernes : roman / Georges [i.e. George] Dawes Green ; traduit de l'américain par Robert Pépin. Paris : Editions du Seuil, 1996. 374 p. ; 23 cm. (Seuil policiers) ISBN 2-02-022201-9. SDM: 9700355 [A 4] [Titre original: The caveman's valentine. Ed. originale, 1994.] Ancien pianiste de concert, devenu clochard, un Noir quinquagénaire trouve un cadavre et appelle sa fille policière... début d'une enquête étrange. [Yvon Allard]

99. Green Valley Spa - Saint George - Reviews Of Green Valley Spa
green Valley Spa, Saint george The web's best unbiased reviews,travel articles and guidebook listings about green Valley Spa.

100. Green Gate Village Historic Inn - Saint George - Reviews Of Green
green Gate Village Historic Inn, Saint george The web's best unbiased reviews,travel articles and guidebook listings about green Gate Village Historic Inn.

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