Simpson

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Frederick Alexcee
... carver and painter from the community of Lax Kw'alaams (Port Simpson, a.k.a ... Fort Simpson), British Columbia, Canada ... name has also been spelled Alexie, Alexee, etc.) was born in Lax Kw'alaams, then known as Fort Simpson, in 1853 ...
Ferungulata
... Established by George Gaylord Simpson in 1945, it includes the extant Carnivora, Perissodactyla and Artiodactyla as well as Tubulidentata and a superorder, Paenungulata, plus a number of ... Although Simpson placed whales (Cetacea) in a separate cohort, recent evidence linking them to Artiodactyla would mean that they belong here as well ... Simpson established the grouping on the basis of morphological criteria, but this traditional understanding of Ferungulata has been challenged by a more recent classification, relying ...
Jim Simpson (Australian Politician)
... James Brunton (Jim) Simpson (22 January 1905 - 10 December 1968) was an Australian politician, elected as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for the Australian Labor Party ... Simpson was Shotts, Lanarkshire, Scotland and educated at Dykehead public school ... Simpson was elected as the Australian Labor Party for the member for Lake Macquarie in 1950 and was re-elected in the seat until his death ...
Jerry Simpson - Later Life
... of hard times for farming in general and the death of his child in a sawmill accident drove Simpson to move south, to Barber County, Kansas, where he bought a ranch and a herd of cattle ... hard winter killed his entire herd, and Simpson was reduced to working as the town marshal in Medicine Lodge, Kansas ... It was during this time that Simpson, angry at his plight, first involved himself in politics, becoming an organizer for the Union Labor Party, a local offshoot of the defunct Greenback Party (of which he ...

Famous quotes containing the word simpson:

    In my grandmother’s house there was always chicken soup
    And talk of the old country—mud and boards,
    Poverty,
    The snow falling down and necks of lovers.
    —Louis Simpson (b. 1923)

    The man who married Magdalene
    Had not forgiven her.
    God might pardon every sin . . .
    Love is no pardoner.
    —Louis Simpson (b. 1923)

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