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Faraday, Victoria - History
... The former Faraday Primary School is a single-room building constructed in 1869 from local granite ... (see Faraday School kidnapping) The school was closed in 1976, and the building is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register ...
CS Faraday (1874)
... The CS Faraday was a cable ship built by the Siemens Brothers Co in 1874 ... The Faraday was built to William Siemens' specification as he had first hand experience of the unsuitability of chartered vessels for cable laying ... The Faraday incorporated twin screws and a bow rudder amongst other modifications to improve her suitability for this task ...
Charlotte Lewis (Lost) - Arc
... She is confronted by an adult Daniel Faraday, who attempts to persuade her never to return to the island once she leaves, and is seen evacuating the island during the fifth season finale "The Incident" ... Businessman Charles Widmore (Alan Dale) selects Charlotte along with Daniel Faraday, Miles Straume (Ken Leung), and Frank Lapidus (Jeff Fahey), to travel on a freighter to the island where she was born, and ... After reuniting with Faraday, she tests his memory with playing cards, noting he has made progress when he can remember two out of three cards ...
Daniel Faraday - Arc - Season 5
... When Ben causes the island to vanish, Charlotte, Faraday and the remaining survivors begin to travel through time ... After the survivors are sent to the past, Faraday lures Desmond out of the Swan Dharma Initiative station, telling him to find Daniel's mother once Desmond is off the island ... Upon jumping further to the past, Faraday and the group are captured by the Others in 1954 ...
Ann Faraday
... Ann Faraday is a British-born psychologist, who conducted an experimental study of dreams for her PhD thesis at University College, London ... According to the Encyclopedia of Psychology, "writers and psychologists, such as Ann Faraday, helped to take dream analysis out of the therapy room and popularize it by offering ... In addition, Faraday wrote for the Association for the Study of Dreams newsletter ...