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Sheridan,

city (1990 pop. 13,900), seat of Sheridan co., N Wyo., on Goose Creek E of the Bighorn Mts., in a mineral, livestock, and irrigated farm region; inc. 1884. It is a regional trade and market hub. Dairy products, feeds, rope, lumber, saddles, and irrigation supplies are among its manufactures. Sheridan is also a tourist center and the headquarters for Bighorn National Forest. A rodeo and a Native American celebration are held annually, and a historical museum is in the city. The Sheridan Inn (1893) is a national historic landmark. Nearby are a reproduction of Fort Phil Kearny (a post in the 1860s); and the Brinton Memorial Ranch, which commemorates Western art and culture.

Sheridan

1. Philip Henry. 1831--88, American Union cavalry commander in the Civil War. He forced Lee's surrender to Grant (1865)
2.  Richard Brinsley . 1751--1816, Irish dramatist, politician, and orator, noted for his comedies of manners The Rivals (1775), School for Scandal (1777), and The Critic (1779)
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In true DAR fashion, Fort Sheridan Historical Society has progressed rapidly as initial organization goals were completed in half the timeframe proposed.
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Alastair Duncan QC, for News Group Newspapers, told the court ex-Scottish Socialist Party leader Sheridan was later convicted and jailed for lying in the 2006 defamation case.
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A careful analysis of the politically pointed style of The Englishman (jointly edited by Sheridan and Charles James Fox between March-June 1779) makes for especially compelling reading.
Sheridan, a convicted and jailed perjurer, was booked as a guest on Thursday's night's edition of the This Week politics show.
Sheridan, who has had three shoulder operations in the last two years, suffered his latest setback in England's 13-9 victory over Argentina.
Prosecutors told her they were no longer pursuing the charge against her after the Crown dropped a chapter of evidence from the case last month, which also affected their case against Mrs Sheridan.
Sheridan and his wife Gail, both 46, are accused of lying under oath during his successful 2006 defamation action against the News of the World.
Sale powerhouse Sheridan showed his immense scrummaging power in Saturday's narrow victory over the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.
Lane County Circuit Judge Gregory Foote imposed the sentence as part of a February plea deal that spared Sheridan a possible death penalty in the July 26 shotgun murder of Lance McBride.
It's the same story: It's a civil war which has been left behind by an oppressive colonial government," Sheridan says.