Grand Master

Some articles on grand master, grand:

Manvel H. Davis
... During the General Election Truman was named Grand Master (Masonic) of the Grand Lodge of Freemasonry in Missouri in September 1940 ... Truman was to say later that the election to become Grand Master was to be the deciding factor in the election over Davis I had a Catholic friend in St ... Donnell was just behind me in the Grand Lodge line and would be Grand Master in a year or two ...
List Of M.I. High Characters - Antagonists - S.K.U.L. Agents
... She works for the Grand Master and is sponsored by S.K.U.L ... He works for the Grand Master ... Little knowing, Sonya had sold her idea to the Grand Master and S.K.U.L ...
Lady Rowena - Plot Summary - Rebecca's Trial and Ivanhoe's Reconciliation
... However, Lucas de Beaumanoir, the Grand-Master of the Templars is unexpectedly present there ... who had hoped to fight as her champion incognito, is devastated when the Grand-Master orders him to fight against Rebecca's champion ... contending passions," which is pronounced by the Grand Master as the judgment of God and proof of Rebecca's innocence ...
List Of Historical Sites Related To The Illinois Labor Movement - Downstate Labor History Sites - Bloomington Labor Leaders
... Wilkinson, the new organization's Grand Master, and Morrissey became the BRT's clerk, editing the union's "Journal." In 1889, Morrissey was elected Vice-Grand Master, traveling the country helping establish new ... Wilkinson retired and in 1895 Morrissey was elected BRT Grand Master ...
List Of Chronicles Of The Cursed Sword Characters - Sages - Grand Master - Chang Munin
... Louran's sister-in-the way (much like Louen and Mao) and the Grand Master of the Great Azure Pavilion ...

Famous quotes containing the words master and/or grand:

    I marvel thy master hath not eaten thee for a word, for thou art not so long by the head as honorificabilitudinitatibus.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The grand principles of virtue and honor, however they may be distorted by arbitrary codes, are the same the world over: and where these principles are concerned, the right or wrong of any action appears the same to the uncultivated as to the enlightened mind.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)