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James. original name James Lewes Macie. 1765--1829, English chemist and mineralogist, who left a bequest to found the Smithsonian Institution
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Lindsey Smithson, a real estate sales professional in the Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita area has joined the Keller Williams Northeast Market Center.
Mrs Smithson has worked tirelessly for the circle, with great efficiency and enthusiasm.
Smithson will appear at Teesside Crown Court later this month charged with Section 18 wounding with intent and affray.
Mr Smithson, who runs Keel Row bookshop in North Shields, had hoped to sell the poster - dating from around 1912-13 - at Durham Book Fair which took place on Saturday in County Hall near the DLI Museum which now owns the diaries kept by Lieut Col Morant' during the First World War.
Mr Smithson had described the colourful poster as "striking".
Aberavon's Baker did well to make the corner thanks to an alert touch judge and Smithson kicked a glorious conversion.
Rubin, "no one is more qualified to teach you about proper nutrition than Toby Smithson.
HAUL OF MEDALS: The junior section of Royal Leamington Spa Canoe Club: Back row (l-r) Attila Herbent (head coach), Philip Miles, Ben Darnell, Jayden Yurkwich-Ell, Taine Howlett, James Smithson, Shuna Braithwaite (coach); front row, Will Smithson, Emma Smithson (GB Champion), Timothy Dowden (GB Champion), Alex Greaves, Adam Niblett and Tom Love (coach)
3) "I am convinced," Smithson wrote in 1967, "that the future is lost somewhere in the dumps of the non-historical past.
Another counter attack by the County and some missed first up tackles by Maesteg ended with scrum-half Aled Thomas (Bridgend Ath) getting the touchdown for Smithson to convert, with Macausland getting his second a few minutes later from a wheeled scrum 30 metres out, with Smithson adding the extras.
Ms Smithson plunged 90ft into the sea below and was found unconscious by her climbing companion Paul Thorne - known as Pablo - who abseiled down to her.
Share the Art Print with students and inform them the artist, Robert Smithson, was interested in anthropology, natural history, and the symbolism of ancient art and language systems, such as the pre-Columbian civilization, as exemplified by the Great Serpent Mound in Ohio.

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