Harvey

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Jordan Harvey - Career - Professional Career
... Harvey was drafted in the first round, 9th overall, in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft by the Colorado Rapids, and remained with the club for a number of years ... Harvey scored his first goal for the Union off a header on April 15, 2010, in a 2-1 loss to Toronto FC ... On July 2011, Harvey was traded to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in exchange for allocation money ...
Michael C. Harvey
... Harvey (also known as M.C ... Harvey) was an African American inventor ... Persondata Name Harvey, Michael Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death ...
Daeida Wilcox Beveridge - Biography
... A few months after Daeida and Harvey had arrived at their new ranch, Daeida took a train to visit family and friends in her hometown of Hicksville ... "Hollywood." Then, in 1887, at the age of 25, she and her husband Harvey, began to layout their dream town ... Harvey subdivided the property into lots, while Daeida landscaped the lots, planting the first pepper trees and flower beds in Hollywood, and provided street names, which she hoped would appeal to ...
Mick Harvey - The Wallbangers
... label Bang! Records released a four-track EP by Harvey's retro rock band The Wallbangers, featuring songs written by Harvey, and also with co-writers Tex Perkins, Loene ... Harvey sings and plays guitars, with a return to his James Williamson-influenced approach ... Drums are credited to "Rocky Features" (a Harvey pseudonym), and bass to "Rod Bottoms" ...
Harvey, Western Australia - Transport
... Harvey also serves as a stop on the South Western Railway Australind passenger train from Perth to Bunbury ...

Famous quotes containing the word harvey:

    Called on one occasion to a homestead cabin whose occupant had been found frozen to death, Coroner Harvey opened the door, glanced in, and instantly pronounced his verdict, “Deader ‘n hell!”
    —For the State of Nebraska, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)