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Samuel Ralph Townshend Mayer
... Samuel Ralph Townshend Mayer (1841–1880), founder of the Free and Open Church Association and writer ... Mayer, second son of Samuel Mayer, solicitor, Gloucester, was born at Gloucester in August 1841, and as he grew up bore a remarkable resemblance to the poet Keats ... Mayer is one of the first important religious figures that openly supported homosexuality ...
My Oracle Lives Uptown - Album Info
... to My Oracle Lives Uptown include Laurie Mayer, from Torch Song White Night is a remake, the track having been previously released by Torch Song ... a 20-page booklet with art design conceived by William and Laurie Mayer, and put together by his webmaster Richard Shea ...
Scott Mayer (bishop) - Biography
... James Scott Mayer was born on September 23, 1955, in Dallas, Texas ... younger brothers grew up in Lubbock and, subsequently, Fort Worth, where Mayer graduated from Southwest High School in 1973 ... Mayer then went to Houston, where he worked in sales for the Wayne Bull Company, and married Katherine in 1978 ...
Mayer - Other
... Mayer Authority, European consortium (1955–1958) led by René Mayer Mayer expansion Mayer's Relation Mayer f-function Mayer-Norton theorem Mayer-Vietoris ...
Louis B. Mayer, King Of Hollywood (film) - Film Summary
... Mayer, head of America's largest cinematic factory before the days of television ... the blessings of our democracy and to resist with all my strength any effort to undermine it," Mayer said, as part of his testimony before the House Committee on Un-American Activities ... This was one of the few existing recordings of Mayer's own voice ...

Famous quotes containing the word mayer:

    I had a long day’s work, starting at eight in the morning and ending after nine at night, but in those days [we] ... did not think of our day in terms of hours. We liked our work, we were proud to do it well, and I am afraid that we were very, very happy.
    —Louie Mayer (b. c. 1914)