Fleming

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Allan Fleming - Chronology - Early Years
... Allan Robb Fleming was the son of Isabella Osborne Fleming, a nurse, and Allan Stevenson Fleming, a clerk with Canadian National Railways ... From 1945 until 1947 Fleming worked as an illustrator in the mail order-advertising department of the T ... Fleming married Nancy Barbara Chisholm in 1951 ...
Shaun Fleming
... Shaun Michael Fleming (born May 31, 1987) is an American actor and musician ... Fleming was born in Westlake Village, California and graduated from Agoura High School located in Agoura Hills, California ... Fleming continued his career primarily as a voice actor, appearing as a regular on Kim Possible between 2002 and 2006, where he played the twin brothers Jim and Tim Possible ...
Hugh Honour - Publications
... Dictionary of Architecture with Hugh Pevsner and John Fleming ... (1966) Penguin Dictionary of Decorative Arts with John Fleming ... (1977) A World History of Art with John Fleming (1982) The Venetian Hours of Henry James, Whistler, and Sargent with John Fleming (1991) The Visual Arts A History with John Fleming ...
James Fleming (Ontario Politician, Peel)
... James Fleming (June 20, 1839 – October 5, 1902) was a lawyer, teacher and political figure in Ontario, Canada ... He was born in Vaughan Township, Upper Canada, the son of Robert Fleming and Marion McMillan, both immigrants from Scotland ... Fleming was educated at the Toronto normal school and taught school for several years ...
Fleming, Indiana - Geography
... Fleming is located at 38°58′25″N 85°48′23″W / 38.97361°N 85.80639°W / 38.97361 -85.80639 ...

Famous quotes containing the word fleming:

    A horse is dangerous at both ends and uncomfortable in the middle.
    —Ian Fleming (1908–1964)

    I could not get a rhyme for roman
    And was obliged to call him woman.
    —Marjory Fleming (1803–1811)

    A medium Vodka dry Martini—with a slice of lemon peel. Shaken and not stirred, please. I would prefer Russian or Polish vodka.
    —Ian Fleming (1908–1964)