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Baldwin

Baldwin is a Germanic name, composed of the elements bald "bold" and win "friend".

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Panic In Year Zero! - Cast
... Ray Milland as Harry Baldwin Jean Hagen as Ann Baldwin Frankie Avalon as Rick Baldwin Mary Mitchel as Karen Baldwin Joan Freeman as Marilyn Hayes ...
Baldwin, Wisconsin - History
... Baldwin was founded in 1871 by Dana Reed Bailey ... depot of the young town, but was later renamed Baldwin after the manager of the Western Wisconsin Railroad (Mr D ... Baldwin), who was responsible for the railroad through the town ...
Warmund, Patriarch Of Jerusalem
... In 1120, with Baldwin II, King of Jerusalem, he convened the Council of Nablus ... The first canon is a promise by Baldwin to surrender the appropriate tithes to the patriarch, namely those from his own royal estates in Jerusalem, Nablus, and Acre ... In the second canon, Baldwin requests forgiveness for the tithes he had previously withheld, and Warmund absolves him in the third ...
Derka - Individuals Parodied
... as puppets, and lampooned, in the film include Michael Moore, Alec Baldwin, Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, Helen Hunt, George Clooney, Liv Tyler, Martin Sheen, Susan Sarandon, Janeane Garofalo, Matt Damon, Samuel L ... In a 2008 video interview with Time, Baldwin related how his daughter's classmates would recite Kim Jong-Il's line to him, "You are useress to me, Arec Bardwin." Sean Penn, who is portrayed making outlandish claims ...
Baldwin High School (Pennsylvania)
... Baldwin High School is in suburban Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ... The district serves the communities of Baldwin, Whitehall and Baldwin Township ... Baldwin currently offers 15 Advanced placement courses ...

More definitions of "Baldwin":

  • (noun): An American eating apple with red or yellow and red skin.

Famous quotes containing the word baldwin:

    The greatest significance of the present student generation is that it is through them that the point of view of the subjugated is finally and inexorably being expressed.
    —James Baldwin (1924–1987)

    It is very nearly impossible ... to become an educated person in a country so distrustful of the independent mind.
    —James Baldwin (1924–1987)

    The American ideal, after all, is that everyone should be as much alike as possible.
    —James Baldwin (1924–1987)