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Ann Weaver Hart
Ann Weaver Hart (born 1948) is the 21st and current president of the University of Arizona. She is the first woman to hold the position, which she assumed
Oct 20th 2016



Phillip Hart Weaver
"The Political Graveyard". Weaver, Phillip Hart. Retrieved February 27, 2006.  "Congressional Bioguide". Weaver, Phillip Hart. Retrieved February 27, 2006
Apr 10th 2017



Ann Hart
Ann or Anne Hart may refer to: Ann Weaver Hart (born 1948), university president of Temple University Ann Hart Coulter (born 1961), American lawyer, conservative
Feb 21st 2017



Archibald J. Weaver
Archibald Jerard Weaver (April 15, 1843 – April 18, 1887) was a Nebraska-RepublicanNebraska Republican politician, best known for being the father of Governor of Nebraska
Aug 1st 2016



Arthur J. Weaver
Weaver Arthur Jerard Weaver (November 18, 1873 – October 18, 1945) was a Nebraska-RepublicanNebraska Republican politician and the 22nd Governor of Nebraska. Weaver was born near
Mar 12th 2017



Sylvester Weaver (executive)
This article is about the former president of NBC. For the country-blues musician, see Weaver Sylvester Weaver (musician). Sylvester Laflin "Pat" Weaver, Jr.
Apr 9th 2017



Finn's weaver
Finn's weaver or Finn's baya (Ploceus megarhynchus), also known as yellow weaver is a species of weaver bird found in the Ganges and Brahmaputra valleys
Nov 11th 2016



Hart (surname)
1621), English printer Angie Hart (born 1972), Australian pop singer Ann Weaver Hart, 21st-century Temple University president Armando Hart (born 1930), Cuban
Apr 1st 2017



Joe Hart
This article is about the English football goalkeeper. For the Arizona state mine inspector, see Joe Hart (politician). For other people with the same
Apr 19th 2017



Gary Hart
For other people named Gary Hart, see Gary Hart (disambiguation). Gary Warren Hart (born Gary Warren Hartpence; November 28, 1936) is an American politician
Apr 15th 2017



Hart Senate Office Building
The Philip A. Senate-Office-Building">Hart Senate Office Building is the third U.S. Senate office building, and is located on 2nd Street NE between Constitution Avenue NE and
Apr 14th 2017



Elizabeth Weaver
Elizabeth Weaver (March 28, 1941 – April 21, 2015) was a justice on the Michigan Supreme Court from 1995 to 2010 and served as Chief Justice from 1999
Apr 5th 2017



William Hart (actor)
This article is about the Jacobean actor. For the silent film star, see William S. Hart. William Hart (died 1650) was an English actor during the reign
Aug 17th 2016



Jane Weaver
Weaver Jane Louise Weaver (born 1972 in Liverpool) is an English singer, songwriter, and guitarist. She runs the record label Bird. Weaver has performed as part
Apr 12th 2017



Jane Briggs Hart
JaneJaney” Hart Briggs Hart (October 21, 1921 – June 5, 2015) was an aviator and widow of the late Senator Philip A. Hart. Hart earned her first pilot's license
Dec 31st 2016



John Hart (actor)
This article is about the American cinema actor. For other people with the same name, see John Hart (disambiguation). John Hart (December 13, 1917 – September
Apr 4th 2017



Jim Hart (American football)
James Warren Hart (born April 29, 1944) is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for the St. Louis Cardinals
Apr 22nd 2017



Doug Weaver
Douglas W. Weaver (born October 15, 1930) is a former American football player, coach, and college athletics administrator. He served as the head football
Dec 26th 2016



Dudley Hart
Hart Howard Dudley Hart (born August 4, 1968) is an American professional golfer with two PGA Tour wins in an injury-riddled career. Hart was born in Rochester
Apr 1st 2017



Three Jolly Rogues
Three Jolly Rogues is an English folk song. A miller, a weaver and a tailor lived in King Arthur's time (or in "Good Old Colonial times"). They were
May 24th 2014



Melody for Two
Melody for Two is a 1937 American musical film directed by Louis King and starring James Melton, Patricia Ellis and Marie Wilson. The film's art direction
Apr 11th 2017



Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine is a 1965 American International Pictures comedy film in Pathecolor directed by Norman Taurog and starring Vincent
Apr 2nd 2017



James H. Nicholson
(1923–Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] June 9, 1972: i11. Tom Weaver, "Susan Hart", Double Feature Creature Attack: A Monster Merger of Two More Volumes
Aug 3rd 2016



NWA Wrestling Legends Hall of Heroes
The National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) Wrestling Legends Hall of Heroes is a professional wrestling hall of fame that honors people who have competed or
Apr 6th 2017



Kryterium
Kryterium is an American metal band from Boise, Idaho. Michael Chaves, John Karber, and Troy Komula started the band in winter of 2005, along with former
Sep 11th 2015



The Wild Weird World of Dr. Goldfoot
(1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 10 Nov 1965: d18. Tom Weaver, "Susan Hart", Double Feature Creature Attack: A Monster Merger of Two More Volumes
Nov 22nd 2016



City Under the Sea
Classic Interviews McFarland, 2003 p 23 accessed 18 April 2014 Tom Weaver, "Susan Hart", Double Feature Creature Attack: A Monster Merger of Two More Volumes
Apr 8th 2017



Stephen D. Dillaye
Stephen Devalson Dillaye (August 31, 1820 – October 3, 1884) was an American lawyer, author, and politician. In 1880, he was briefly the presidential nominee
Feb 12th 2017



1965 PGA Tour
The-1965The 1965 PGA Tour season was played from January 8 to November 28. The season consisted of 40 official money events. Jack Nicklaus won the most tournaments
Sep 18th 2016



She Must Be Seeing Things
She Must Be Seeing Things is a 1987 lesbian feminist film by Sheila McLaughlin. It was the film debut of both Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw. It was highly
Mar 2nd 2017



Ten Man Mop, or Mr. Reservoir Butler Rides Again
Ten Man Mop or Mr. Reservoir Butler Rides Again is the third album by Steeleye Span, recorded in 1971. It was issued on the short-lived Pegasus label and
Mar 28th 2015



Babcock-Hart Award
The Babcock-Hart Award has been awarded since 1948 by the Institute of Food Technologists. It is given for significant contributions in food technology
Mar 15th 2016



Rip Hawk
Harvey Maurice Evers (June 6, 1930 – December 22, 2012) was an American professional wrestler best known by his ring name, Rip Hawk. He began his wrestling
Apr 7th 2017



At It Again
At It Again is an album by The Dubliners and was released on the Major Minor label in 1968. It featured "The Irish Navy", a satirical song with lyrics
Sep 7th 2016



Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1988
The 1988 Democratic presidential primaries were the selection process by which voters of the Democratic Party chose its nominee for President of the United
Apr 14th 2017



Split Britches
Split Britches is an American performance troupe, which has been producing work internationally since 1980. Split Britches was founded by Peggy Shaw
Feb 27th 2017



Pajama Party (film)
(1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 20 July 1964: D1. Tom Weaver, "Susan Hart", Double Feature Creature Attack: A Monster Merger of Two More Volumes
Mar 20th 2017



The Slime People
The-Slime-PeopleThe Slime People is a 1963 horror film directed by Robert Hutton, who also starred in the film. The film was featured on the first season of the television
Oct 5th 2016



Starrcade (1983)
Starrcade '83: A Flair for the Gold was the first annual Starrcade professional wrestling event. It was produced under the National Wrestling Alliance
Mar 4th 2017



Parcel of Rogues (album)
This article is about the album by Steeleye Span. For the album by The Dubliners, see Parcel A Parcel of Rogues (album). Parcel of Rogues is an album by the Electric
Sep 25th 2016



Gary Wright
For the former mayor of New Denver, British Columbia, see Gary Wright (politician). For the racing driver, see Gary Wright (racing driver). For the ice
Feb 15th 2017



List of women presidents or chancellors of co-ed colleges and universities
year. This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. Add to Ann Weaver Hart: University of New Hampshire 2002-2006; then Temple and Arizona Emma
Apr 17th 2017



Gerald T. Whelan
Gerald T. Whelan (May 14, 1925 – January 2, 1993) was an American politician who served as the 30th Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska from 1975 to 1979.
Feb 7th 2017



Monitor (NBC Radio)
Monitor was an American weekend radio program broadcast from June 12, 1955, until January 26, 1975. Airing live and nationwide on the NBC Radio Network
Apr 16th 2017



1911 Brigham Young University modernism controversy
the most significant event in Utah'sUtah's recent educational history. Ann Weaver Hart wrote that the 1911 BYU controversy made Utah comparatively less emotional
Nov 17th 2016



List of people from Urbana, Illinois
The following list includes notable people who were born or have lived in Urbana, Illinois. For a similar list organized alphabetically by last name, see
Mar 26th 2017



Johnny (Johnny Mathis album)
Johnny is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on July 15, 1963, by Columbia Records and later described on Allmusic as "a nice
Feb 7th 2017



Compass Records
Compass Records is a Nashville-based independent record label founded in 1995 by musicians Garry West and Alison Brown. Currently home to nearly 100 folk
Apr 12th 2017



Tedi Thurman
Theodora "Tedi" Thurman (born Dorothy Ruth Thurman; June 23, 1923 – September 17, 2012) was a fashion model and actress who found fame in the 1950s as
Apr 16th 2017



Ride the Wild Surf
Surf Boom. Santa Monica Press. p. 169. ISBN 1-59580-035-2.  Tom Weaver, "Susan Hart", Double Feature Creature Attack: A Monster Merger of Two More Volumes
Mar 7th 2017





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