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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.

Sherman

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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Pretty Cry is a hit single from multi-faceted entertainer, Sherman de Vries, who has been making waves across the globe thanks to his amazing talents.
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Murphy, who will work alongside Sherman Theatre's executive director Julia Barry, was most recently associate director at The Old Vic, London, and previously held posts as associate director at Soho Theatre and artistic director of new writing company Nabokov.
Advocate Sherman is one of only two large community hospitals in Illinois to make the list and one of only six hospitals in the state to achieve this honor.
Newsweek reported that Sherman looks forward to the mail every day, so when December rolled around, he began asking his daughter what came in the mail, hoping he had received some birthday cards.
Sherman led the private risk management practice for BKS-Partners until 2017, when she began focusing on family office and private risk management clients.
Larry Sherman,founding partner ofOdyssey Group Wealth Advisors, previously was a partner with Sherman Werst Wealth Advisors in Lancaster.
"I'm battling 'What's the point?' a lot," Sherman told The Associated Press six days before state House minority leader David Baria beat him soundly for the Democratic nomination for U.S.
Sherman Theatre's artistic director Rachel O'Riordan said: "Sherman Theatre's wonderful new season builds on the work we have done so far.
Apotex released the following statement on Sherman's death: "All of us at Apotex are deeply shocked and saddened by this news and our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time."
WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN: IN the Service of My Country is the first biography by James Lee McDonough, a well-regarded Civil War historian and professor emeritus at Auburn University who has written extensively on the war in the West, including Shiloh, Chattanooga, Stones River/Murfreesboro, battles in Kentucky, and John Bell Hood's Tennessee campaign.
As a significant historical figure, Sherman was one of the only Union officers to direct a southern military college immediately prior to the onset of the Civil War.