Anthony

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Nicholas Corozzo - Biography
... Blaise Corozzo, a Gambino soldier, and Anthony Corozzo who is not associated with the Gambino crime family ... Anthony Corozzo is a longtime parishioner of Our Lady of Loreto Church located at the corner of Pacific St ... Anthony Corozzo was well known for organizing charitable events for the church for decades ...
2008–09 Denver Nuggets Season - Playoffs - Game Log
8) Pepsi Center 19,536 1–0 2 April 22 New Orleans W 108–93 Billups (31) Nenê (8) Anthony (9) Pepsi Center 19,623 2–0 3 April 25 @ New Orleans L 93–95 ...
Anthony Gilbert (author)
... Anthony Gilbert, the pen name of Lucy Beatrice Malleson (1899 – 9 December 1973), was an English crime writer ... Authority control VIAF 73972705 Persondata Name Gilbert, Anthony Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1899 Place of birth Date of death 9 December 1973 Place of death ...
Bouchercon
... Bouchercon, the Anthony Boucher Memorial World Mystery Convention, is an annual convention of creators and devotees of mystery and detective fiction ... named in honour of writer, reviewer, and editor Anthony Boucher ... Each year, Bouchercon nominates and votes the Anthony Awards for excellence in crime fiction, including but not limited to Best Novel, Best First Novel, Best Short Story, Best Critical Non-Fiction, and ...
Anthony, Duke Of Brabant
... Anthony, Duke of Brabant, also known as Antoine de Brabant, Antoine de Bourgogne and Anthony of Burgundy (August 1384 – 25 October 1415, in the battle of Agincourt), was Duke of Brabant, Lothier and Limburg ... Anthony was the son of Philip II, Duke of Burgundy and Margaret III of Flanders, and brother of John the Fearless ... of Brabant died in 1406 without children, Anthony inherited the Duchy of Brabant, Lothier, and Limburg, thus becoming the first Brabantian ruler of the House of Valois ...

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    I expect to do more work for woman suffrage in the next decade than ever before.
    —Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)