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Salathiel Lovell - Career
... Lovell clearly accommodated himself to the changing post-restoration times, but was suspected of radical whig politics by reason of his alleged involvement, in 1684, in the ... Each candidate obtained twelve votes, and Lovell was elected by the casting vote of the Lord Mayor. 1700, when the retirement of Baron Lechmere as a Baron of the Exchequer was expected, Lovell was looked on as his successor, but he continued without reward ...
Lovell Sisters - Band History
... In 2004, the Lovell Sisters Band (LSB) debuted at the Signal Mountain Opry ... The next year, The Lovell Sisters appeared on "A Prairie Home Companion" and won the Prairie Home National Teen Talent Competition ... The Lovell Sisters' song "Distance" won the 2008 John Lennon Songwriting Contest grand prize in the country genre ...
Sidney Lovell - Biography - Mausoleum Years
... Lovell was approached to design a mausoleum for Rosehill Cemetery at 5800 North Ravenswood in Chicago ... The American Cemetery magazine, March 1931, featured an article titled, "The Work of Lovell and Lovell Architects." The article stated that, Lovell Lovell was in a class of architecture that has provided services to ...
Lovell Sisters
... The Lovell Sisters were an acoustic music trio known for their tight harmonies and strong instrumental performances ... The Lovell Sisters consisted of three permanent members Jessica, Megan and Rebecca Lovell ...

Famous quotes containing the word lovell:

    Is that the wind dying? O no;
    It’s only two devils, that blow
    Through a murderer’s bones, to and fro,
    In the ghosts’ moonshine.
    —Thomas Lovell Beddoes (1803–1849)

    Freedom is hunting, feeding, danger;
    that, that is freedom—that it is which makes
    the veins to swell, the breast to heave and glow
    Aye, that is freedom,—that is pleasure—life!
    —Marie Lovell (1803–1877)

    Squats on a toad-stool under a tree
    A bodiless childfull of life in the gloom,
    Crying with frog voice, “What shall I be?
    Poor unborn ghost, for my mother killed me
    Scarcely alive in her wicked womb.
    —Thomas Lovell Beddoes (1803–1849)