Barons

Some articles on barons:

Cleveland Barons (1937-1973)
... The Cleveland Barons were a minor league professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League ... The most successful team in AHL history, the original incarnation of the Barons played in the AHL from 1937 to 1973 ... to Jacksonville, Florida, where they were known as the Jacksonville Barons they lasted only through the 1973–1974 season before folding ...
List Of Defunct Ohio Sports Teams - Hockey - American Hockey League
... Cleveland Barons (1937-1973) (moved to Jacksonville, Florida and become the Jacksonville Barons for the rest of the team's existence) Cleveland Barons (2001-2006) (moved to Worcester, Massachusetts and are now ...
Barons, Alberta - Infrastructure
... PALL water system delivers water to Barons via a 16 km pipeline that links the two communities ...
Marion Barons
... The Marion Barons were a minor league professional ice hockey team in the International Hockey League during the 1953–54 season ... The Barons were based in Marion, Ohio, played at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and were a farm team of the Cleveland Barons ... The Barons placed second in the league their only season, and featured four players who reached the National Hockey League Armand Delmonte, Ott Heller, Johnny ...
Christopher Williams (soccer) - Career - College and Amateur
... During his college years he also played with the Ocean City Barons in the USL Premier Development League during the collegiate off season, playing play with the Barons each summer from 2004 ... named to the 2004 All-Conference Team while leading the Barons to a rare undefeated regular season (14-0-4) ...

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    We live by our imaginations, by our admirations, by our sentiments. The child walks amid heaps of illusions, which he does not like to have disturbed. The boy, how sweet to him his fancy! how dear the story of barons and battles! What a hero he is, whilst he feeds on his heroes! What a debt is his to imaginative books!
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)