Foster

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Foster (CTA Station)
... Foster is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, on the Purple Line in Evanston, Illinois ... It is located at 900 Foster Street (directional coordinates 2000 north, 900 west), just a few blocks west of Northwestern University's Evanston campus ...
John Wells Foster
... John Wells Foster (March 4, 1815 – June 29, 1873) was an American geologist and paleontologist, born at Brimfield, Massachusetts ... After Jackson was dismissed from that position, Foster and Whitney completed the survey in 1850 ...
Foster, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin - 1994 Tornado
... Two people were killed by an F3 tornado that struck Foster on August 27, 1994. ...
Home For The Holidays (film) - Production
... Executive producer Stuart Kleinman sent Jodie Foster the screenplay with a note that said, "It's a complete mess and I love it." Foster agreed and decided that it would be her second ... Foster's own production company, Egg Productions, acquired Richter's screenplay ... Foster said, "The great challenge was to find a beautiful idea to pull through it, a narrative line that would make the story work." Foster met with Richter and together they brainstormed and "had great fun ...
Fairchild And North-Eastern Railway
... Foster Lumber Company of Fairchild, Wisconsin ... It connected Fairchild with Foster, via Hay Creek, in southern Eau Claire County ... In 1913, the railroad was extended beyond Foster, via Allen as far as Cleghorn ...

Famous quotes containing the word foster:

    I don’t know why people think child actresses in particular are screwed up. I see kids everywhere who are totally bored. I’ve never been bored a day in my life.
    —Jodie Foster (b. 1962)

    ...to many a mother’s heart has come the disappointment of a loss of power, a limitation of influence when early manhood takes the boy from the home, or when even before that time, in school, or where he touches the great world and begins to be bewildered with its controversies, trade and economics and politics make their imprint even while his lips are dewy with his mother’s kiss.
    —J. Ellen Foster (1840–1910)

    Sentiment is the mightiest force in civilization; not sentimentality, but sentiment. Women will bring this into politics. Home, sweet home, is as powerful on the hustings as at the fireside.
    —J. Ellen Foster (1840–1910)