Sherwin

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Sherwin Bitsui
... Sherwin Bitsui is originally from Baaʼoogeedí (White Cone, Arizona), on the Navajo Nation ... Sherwin has published poems in American Poet, The Iowa Review, Frank (Paris), Lit Magazine, and elsewhere ...
Sir Walter Clarges, 1st Baronet - Parliamentary Activity
... to commit a business enemy, William Sherwin, to jail ... Sherwin had been involved in a long-running inheritance dispute over Clarges' estate in Yorkshire at Sutton upon Derwent, which the Clarges had inherited from Clarges ... Sherwin contended that the Duke's mother's first husband, who had disappeared, was still alive making their marriage null and him the rightful owner of the property he had failed to persuade ...
Brian Sherwin - Publications and Blogs
... Sherwin is a reviewer and a contributing writer for Hi Fructose Magazine ... Sherwin’s articles for "Hi Fructose" document topics involving the underground and counter culture art scene ... Sherwin also covered the Kokeshi Project, a series of shows organized by Christina Conway, that involve Kokeshi figurines painted by 74 artists representing 13 countries ...
Belle Sherwin - Accomplishments
... During the first years of this century Sherwin was most active with the Visiting Nurse Association of Cleveland, serving on its board until 1924 ... After World War I, Sherwin became the director of the Cleveland Welfare Federation ... Sherwin died on July 5, 1955 ...
Charles Sherwin
... Charles Bakewell Sherwin (9 August 1877 — 8 June 1950) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire in 1907 ... Sherwin was born in Derby, the son of Samuel Sherwin, a chemist, and his wife Margaret ... Sherwin was a photographer with premises at 10 St James Street Derby ...

Famous quotes containing the word sherwin:

    I try to make a rough music, a dance of the mind, a calculus of the emotions, a driving beat of praise out of the pain and mystery that surround me and become me. My poems are meant to make your mind get up and shout.
    —Judith Johnson Sherwin (b. 1936)