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Harding

Warren G(amaliel). 1865--1923, 29th president of the US (1921--23)
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The next evening, at about the same hour, accompanied by two others whose names are not recalled, they were again on the porch of the Harding house, and again the mysterious phenomenon occurred: the vine was violently agitated while under the closest scrutiny from root to tip, nor did their combined strength applied to the trunk serve to still it.
By day and by night crowds of persons assembled at the Harding house "seeking a sign.
Harding had never visited her relatives in Iowa, nor did they know that she was supposed to have done so.
Of Robert Harding and the rest of his family nothing is known.
In the run-up to the 1994 Olympics, my cousin and I rooted for Harding over fellow American figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, an allegiance that only became stronger after the attack on Kerrigan and the firestorm of media coverage that ensued.
And Stephen Harding groaned as he heard his act of violence could have earned him a maximum five-year ground ban.
The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) has issued an alert for the financial services community and the public about false claims made by Mr David Harding and Harding Capital Group.
Hall, 44, of Chestnut Avenue, Wrexham, was said to have been walking his Patterdale terrier called George when he passed the home of Stephen Harding in the Southsea are of the town in August last year.
This Week: Denise Fisher, chair of the Department of Family & Consumer Sciences at Harding University
After a very long day in December 2000, then Florida Supreme Court Justice Major Harding nonchalantly remarked to a court security officer that he was going home to pick up his wife, Jane, to take her to dinner.
Michael Harding asked himself two questions when he was considering the Assumption men's basketball head coaching job.