Cornell

  • (noun): United States actress noted for her performances in Broadway plays (1893-1974).
    Synonyms: Katherine Cornell
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Cornell, Ontario - Education
... Cornell Village P.S accepts students mostly from Cornell ... Little Rouge P.S located just in Upper Cornell ... Students living in Grand Cornell, Cornell Rouge, Cornell and Upper Cornell and students from the farmlands northeast of Markham attend Little Rouge Public ...
Cornell Companies
... Cornell Companies (NYSEGRN) was an American corporation that operates correctional facilities, contracting them to state and local governments ... On August 12, 2010, Cornell and the GEO Group merged ...
Lydia Cornell - Early Life and Family
... Cornell was born as Lydia Korniloff in El Paso, Texas, the eldest daughter of concert violinists Irma Jean Stowe, a great granddaughter of Harriet Beecher ... old fourth grade student at Mesita Elementary School, Cornell was chosen as El Paso's Little Miss Cotton in March 1963 ... In 1966 Cornell and her family moved to Scarsdale, New York, where she attended both Scarsdale Junior High School and Scarsdale High School, graduating in 1971 ...
Lydia Cornell - Acting Career
... Cornell's first screen appearance was as Lydia Kornillof in a walk-on as a girl in a car in the 1979 film Steel, produced by and starring Lee Majors ... In the summer of 1980, Cornell spent nine weeks filming in the Greek Isles for her appearance the mythological horror film Blood Tide, which featured Oscar ... Cornell's first major role was as Sara Rush, "a ditzy big-breasted blond", on the ABC television situation comedy Too Close for Comfort which screened from November 11, 1980 to 1986 ...
David Kozier - Career Stats
... Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM 1997-98 Prince George Spruce Kings BCHL 71 ... - - - - - 1998-99 Cornell University NCAA 32 ... - - - - - 1999-00 Cornell University ...

More definitions of "Cornell":

  • (noun): United States businessman who unified the telegraph system in the United States and who in 1865 (with Andrew D. White) founded Cornell University (1807-1874).
    Synonyms: Ezra Cornell