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Sherman,

city (1990 pop. 31,601), seat of Grayson co., N Tex., near the Red River; inc. 1858. Originally on a stagecoach route, it is a highway and railroad junction. Manufactures include electronic equipment, processed foods, military equipment, and metal products. Austin College is in Sherman.

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William Tecumseh . 1820--91, American Union commander during the Civil War. He led the victorious march through Georgia (1864), becoming commander of the army in 1869
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Shearman has served on the Southwest Florida Seminole Booster Club Board for several years and is co-chair of the annual fishing tournament to raise money for scholarships.
About Shearman & Sterling LLP Shearman & Sterling is a global law firm with approximately 850 lawyers in many of the major commercial centers around the world.
Shearman put together an after-action report that assessed 220 embassy participants from nearly all entities of the mission, including the ambassador's office, Regional Security Office, Health Unit, Technical Operations Center, Diplomatic Support Hospital and Embassy Air Iraq.
I am not sure about why but I think it is because Dzezzy did not allow Shearman to get access to information," said the official, who also spoke on condition of anonymity.
80) Also, Raphael clearly gave attention to the personality of Leo X in this portrait (81) and, as Shearman notes, the category of "state portrait" did not exist at the time of Raphael.
A study jointly released today by global valuation and corporation finance advisor, Duff & Phelps, and international law firm, Shearman & Sterling LLP, underscores these conclusions and related key findings in its inaugural Global Private Equity Outlook report published in association with Mergermarket.
Corso, Russell Schropp and Robert Shearman were named to Florida Trend Magazine's Tenth Annual Legal Elite,[R] which recognizes and honors the top 2% of all Florida lawyers.
Quaternary carbonate and evaporite sedimentary facies and their ancient analogues; a tribute to Douglas James Shearman.
Shearman & Sterling has renewed a floor and given another up in a sublease at the Shorenstein owned office tower 850 Third Avenue,
So Shearman asked her to write down all the things that were silly about Skaro's sons - including their sink plungers and inability to turn around at speed - and tackled each one in the script.