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city (1990 pop. 52,315), Oklahoma co., central Okla.; settled 1889. It is a trading center with a huge oil field and small industries that manufacture concrete, petroleum products, and other goods. The city's population nearly tripled from 1970 to 1990. The Univ. of Central Oklahoma is in Edmond. South of the city in Memorial Park is the grave of Wiley PostPost, Wiley,
1899–1935, American aviator, b. Grand Plain, Tex. He won fame in 1931 when he and Harold Gatty flew around the northern part of the earth in 8 days 15 hr 51 min. In 1933 he made a second flight alone.
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(William Penn Adair Rogers), 1879–1935, American humorist, b. Oolagah, Indian Territory (now in Oklahoma). In his youth he worked as a cowboy in Oklahoma, and after traveling over the world, he returned to the United States and worked in vaudeville as a cowboy
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 in a plane crash near Point Barrow, Alaska, in 1935.
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(13) Clement Edmondes, Observations upon the fivefirst books of Caesar's Commentaries (London, 1600), p.
Detectives are appealing for anyone who saw suspicious activity in the vicinity of Edmondes Close to call Warwick police station on 01926 415000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
Nick Edmondes, partner at the international law firm Trowers & Hamlins, said: "With the reliance on short-term debt diminishing, Gulf economies should be insulated from the kind of credit squeeze that crippled Asian economies in the 1990s."
All the rest and remainder of all my personall estate whatsoever, my iust debts by mee oweing and my legacies in this my will giuen and bequeathed, being first paid and discharged, I fully and wholly giue and bequeath the same vnto my neece and kinswoman Frances Edmonds, wife of George Edmondes, with my will and desires that they shalbee and remaine vnto her owne sole vse, benefitt and behoofe soe longe as she liveth.
In addition to the More, Evans discusses marked copies of the Bible, Seneca, Apuleius, Chaucer, Lipsius, and Clement Edmondes's Observations upon Caesar's Commentaries.
Sixth is an eight-volume set of the works of Justus Lipsius (Antwerp, 1614), and seventh is Clement Edmondes's Observations upon Caesers Commentaries (?1609).
By 26 April 1615 Secretary of State Winwood was writing to Sir Thomas Edmondes:
Council clerks Thomas Wilkes, Robert Beale, William Waad, Daniel Rogers, and Thomas Edmondes together served a total of thirty foreign diplomatic assignments.
His account of Piers Edmondes as playing Patroclus to Southampton's Achilles has been quoted quite frequently, though without any connection being made between this and Reynolds as a reader of Shakespeare.(22) Possibly as a result of Reynolds's information, ~Pearce Edmunds' was included in a list drawn up on 26 February 1601 as one of seven conspirators not yet apprehended.(23) Reynolds's two careful reports to Robert Cecil, often cited in accounts of the Essex rising, indicate that by the turn of the century he may have acquired some slight status as an eye-witness reporter.
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On both horse racing lists the name of Gimcrack, owned by John Edmondes, appears.