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in the American Revolution, colonial militiamen or armed citizens who agreed to turn out for service at a minute's notice. The term minutemen is used especially for the men who were enrolled (1774) for such service by the Massachusetts provincial congress. These were "the embattled farmers" who fought against the British at Lexington and Concord.
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Thanks to the sponsorship by our nonprofit partner the Friends of Minute Man National Park, we have been able to use technology as a new way for people to find their park and their shared heritage," said Nancy Nelson, superintendent of Minute Man National Historical Park.
Trina, known for hits including Here We Go and One Minute Man is yet to comment on her brother' death.
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Within a minute man of the match Tristan Thomas completed the scoring by deflecting a Cephas Turibamwe effort into the roof of the net.
Living history is an important part of the mission of Minute Man National Historical Park (NHP) in Concord, Massachusetts, to bring to life the story of April 19, 1775.
Rovers continued to pressure and in the 86th minute man of the match McLaughlin saw a tremendous strike come off the inside of the post before the visitors scored from the spot and added a fifth in injury time.
But at the minute Man City aren't doing that either so there is a downside.
The Vikings would be in the market for a new hooker to enable Steve McCormack to spare 80- minute man Mark Smith.
I don't think for a minute Man City are always as bad as that.
There were also favourites such as One Minute Man, Get Your Freak On and Work It.
Minute Man keyway sets from The duMont Company, LLC include keyway broaches, bushings, and shims designed for cutting 5/8" or 3/4" keyways in six bore sizes from 2-3/8"--3".
portrait of the putative assassin brandishing his rifle with Daniel French's statue of the heroic Minute Man and compares Oswald's death agony grimace to the screaming horse at the center of Guernica.