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Albert Meister, Jack C. Ross - 1984 - 268 pages
|The old proverb "a man is known by the company he keeps" describes well these |
affinity groups, born of spontaneous choice ... By rejecting incompatibles,
members come to feel more at ease in informal small groups than in organized
|A local theatre company with a distinguished national reputation and loosely |
associated with the university, the Seattle Repertory Playhouse (no relationship
to the current Seattle ... Among the creeds put forth by the committee was that "a
man is known by the company he keeps. ... The "Left," including its most
organized manifestation, the Communist Party USA, was a notable force during
|Sheds new light on the Bard's life through an examination of the wide variety of friends he cultivated throughout his life.|
|Such a man is Daniel \V. Carmichael. president and general manager of The |
Carmichael Company of Sacramento, realty operator and Democratic leader. He
was born near ... His father was a. Southern planter and a well—known and
respected man of his community. ... In 1899 he Organized the Sacramento Oil
|If a person is known by the company he keeps, then the genteel folk residing in |
the stately mansions of the nouveaux riche ... anticipating the day when their
privileged offspring would cart home blue ribbons in organized show competition.
|Everlasting. Not many sixty-five-year-old men are asked to pose nude. But then |
not many ... time he'd bared his behind. As a supervisor for Mountain Express, the
free local bus company, he organizes what's known in town as the Moon Bus ...
|Burleson organized the men into two companies under his most experienced |
ranger leaders. ... that only half of Andrews' twenty-four man company would
march out to fight, indicating that he must have left half of his men on detached
duty guarding the settlements. ... About ten o'clock that evening, Tom Moore,
known as “Black Tom,” and William M. Robison appeared in the camp and
informed Colonel ...
|When he saw the prospect of reaping a fortune from his son's patents, he |
organized a company to exploit the invention. ... who had won fame as Civil War
governor of Tennessee, and was known as a capable business man and
|The corps which he organized and of which he became the commander, was a |
remarkable one; the strictest abstinence from spirituous liquors and tobacco ...
Jackson was captain of an artillery company in his own county. He was known by
his neighbors as a man who united a dauntless courage with generous impulses.
Steven E. Woodworth - 2002 - 222 pages
|He blamed this state of affairs in part on customary small-town indolence; he also |
blamed the process by which companies were organized — "the officers having
raised their own men and known most of them in civil life.". . . Even soldiers ...