Bell

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Gitta Sereny - Bibliography
... Her writings include The Case of Mary Bell. 1995, 1996 paperback) Cries Unheard The Story of Mary Bell (1998) The German Trauma Experiences and Reflections, 1938-2001 (2002) The second edition of The Case of Mary Bell contains an appendix on the murder of ...
John Howatt Bell
... John Howatt Bell (December 13, 1846 – January 29, 1929) was a lawyer and politician from Prince Edward Island, and the 14th Premier of Prince Edward Island ... Bell was born in Cape Traverse, the son of Walter Bell and Elizabeth Howatt he was educated at Prince of Wales College and at Albert College in Belleville ... Bell entered politics in 1886 when he was elected to the province's legislative assembly as a Liberal ...
Bell, Wisconsin - Demographics
... There were 115 households out of which 20.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 56.5% were married couples living together, 6.1% had a female householder with no husband present, and 33.0% were non-families. 29.6% of all households were made up of individuals and 11.3% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older ...
Bell X-1
... The Bell X-1, originally designated XS-1, was a joint NACA-U.S ... Air Force supersonic research project built by the Bell Aircraft Company ... A derivative of this same design, the Bell X-1A, having greater fuel capacity and hence longer rocket burning time, exceeded 1,600 m.p.h ...
Benjamin Sisko - Alter Egos - Gabriel Bell
... Century Earth where his presence unintentionally causes the death of Gabriel Bell, an important figure in early 21st century America ... Sisko takes Bell's place in order to preserve the timeline ... Sisko (as "Bell") instigates the Bell Riots, which helped change the course of human history ...

Famous quotes containing the word bell:

    One of the most difficult aspects of being a parent during the middle years is feeling powerless to protect our children from hurt. However “growthful” it may be for them to experience failure, disappointment and rejection, it is nearly impossible to maintain an intellectual perspective when our sobbing child or rageful child comes in to us for help. . . . We can’t turn the hurt around by kissing the sore spot to make it better. We are no longer the all-powerful parent.
    —Ruth Davidson Bell (20th century)

    I go, and it is done; the bell invites me.
    Hear it not, Duncan, for it is a knell
    That summons thee to heaven, or to hell.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    There is evidence that all too many people are approaching parenthood with a dangerous lack of knowledge and skill. The result is that many children are losing out on what ought to be an undeniable right—the right to have parents who know how to be good parents, parents skilled in the art of “parenting.”
    —T. H. Bell (20th century)