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General Glory - Fictional Character Biography - Donovan Wallace
... a cardiac episode and ended up in the hospital next to New York City policeman Donovan Wallace, who had become paralyzed risking his life to save a child from ... Jones was too weak to change into his alter ego, but he regaled Wallace with inspiring stories about his adventures as Glory (the stories paralleled thematic ... Wallace was known to be estranged from his wife and child, but in Justice Society of America vol ...
Wallace, Nova Scotia
... / 45.8127667 -63.4700778 Wallace is a Canadian rural community in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia ... Wallace and near-by Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia were the first villages in Acadia to be burned because they were the gateway through which Acadians supplied the French Fortress ... Scottish immigrants followed and the village was renamed Wallace in honour of Scottish folk hero William Wallace as well as the first colonial treasurer of Nova Scotia, Michael Wallace ...
William A. Wallace
... William Andrew Wallace (November 28, 1827 – May 22, 1896) was an American lawyer and Democratic party politician from Clearfield, Pennsylvania ... Senate service Wallace was returned to the state senate ... Wallace died while was in New York City on business in 1896 ...
Wallace State Community College
... Wallace State Community College is a community college located in Hanceville, Alabama ... Wallace State offers a variety of associate's degrees ... Wallace, who greatly expanded Alabama's community college system ...
Wallace Art Awards
... The annual Wallace Art Awards are the biggest and longest-surviving art awards in New Zealand ... sculpture and photography and are run by the James Wallace Charitable Arts Trust ...

Famous quotes containing the word wallace:

    Scots, wha hae wi’ Wallace bled,
    Scots, wham Bruce has aften led,
    Welcome to your gory bed,
    Or to victory.
    Robert Burns (1759–1796)

    I ignore all the doomsaying nonsense. I’m in a business where the odds of ever earning a living are a zillion to one, so I know it can be done. I know the impossible can become possible.
    —Marcia Wallace (b. 1942)