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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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Thomas Shearman was born in Brantford, Ontario, on July 8, 1895.
Lilienfeld has been resident in the Frankfurt, London and Bay Area offices of Shearman & Sterling.
Shearman had asked the doctors to design mock injuries that would stretch their medical capabilities.
The valuation has not been done yet because Djezzy refused to allow Shearman access to its database," an Algerian telecoms sector source familiar with the Djezzy case told Reuters.
The tiffin boxes are sold at a fixed price and fixed units, which Mr Shearman says gives customers peace of mind but also allows his business to focus on delivery.
Shearman, who wrote the Doctor Who episode Dalek starring Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper, appeared at Liverpool's Writing On The Wall festival in May.
Mr Shearman added: "Our contract with Arriva Trains Wales follows on from partnerships with other key Welsh companies including SA Brain &Co and Welsh National Opera.
Paramedic Clive Shearman was returning to Droitwich from an incident and took a shortcut through the nearby village of Hadzor.
Not content with informing readers, physician and scientist Shearman and lawyer and philosopher Smith challenge them to examine the limits of their introspection and motivation in light of the failure of democratic societies to address the impending climate change as it has become ever more evident over the past several years.
Mark, Luke Shearman, 16, and two pals, all from Dumfries, had gone out for a run in three cars.
Lyons, a partner in the law firm of Shearman & Sterling, companies involved in carve-outs are reluctant to provide financial statements as promptly as they used to, because they worry about what will happen when the statements go to the auditors.