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De Forest

Lee. 1873--1961, US inventor of telegraphic, telephonic, and radio equipment: patented the first triode valve (1907)
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De Forest and his wife did not manage to achieve fruitful reconciliation, however, and they spent much of their lives living separately (Hijiya, p.
Autumn de Forest has been a professional painter for more than half her young life and has had an incredible journey.
Le quartier Saint-Antoine de Forest abrite beaucoup d'associations, dont celle-ci, le FC Bouraza Medina, du nom de l'importateur distributeur grossiste marocain de the, sponsor et [beaucoup moins que]mecene[beaucoup plus grand que] du club.
The winner was Denmark's Only Teardrops by Emmelie de Forest, which was predicted to win with odds of 4/6.
Emmelie de Forest was crowned winner for the Danes with the song Only Teardrops.
The favourite to win was Denmark's entry Only Teardrops by Emmelie de Forest, with odds of 4/6.
Denmark's 20-year-old Emmelie De Forest looks set to steal the show with bookmakers putting her as a clear favourite, trailed by Norway, Ukraine, Russia and Azerbaijan.
Danish front-runner Emmelie de Forest claims to be the great great grandaughter of Queen Victoria.
The date of the "Invitation-only" summit is February 29, 2008 in De Forest.
Issues of reconciliation are considered in examinations of John Dryden's Troilus and Cressida or Truth Found Too Late (1679), post-conflict romance in the mid-19th century novels of Rebecca Harding Davis and John William De Forest, British representations of post-colonial India, and questions of identity in the writings of Vietnamese exiles.
Sadly, Dr McCoy didn't live to see the tricorder in action - actor De Forest Kelley died in 1999, aged 79.