Porter

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Other articles related to "porter":

Bern Porter - Further Reading
... Bern Porter, I've Left (contains Porter's ideas about science and art) James Schevill, Where to Go, What to Do, When You Are Bern Porter A Personal Biography (Tilbury House Publishing ...
Mr. Porter
... Denaun Porter (born December 7, 1978), also known as Denaun, Mr ... Porter, and Kon Artis is an American rapper and record producer ...
Indiana High School Athletics Conferences: Ohio River Valley – Western Indiana - Conferences - Porter County Conference
... IHSAA Class IHSAA Football Class County Boone Grove Valparaiso Wolves 543 AA AA 64 Porter Hanover Central Cedar Lake Wildcats 580 AAA -- 45 Lake Hebron Hebron Hawks 340 AA -- 64 Porter Kouts Kouts Mustangs/ Fillies ...
Porter - Other Uses
... Porter Assay, a method to measure proanthocyanidin (OPC) content of a sample Porter (band), Mexican indie band Porter (beer), type of beer Porter Airlines ... toy manufacturer of chemistry sets Porter College, residential college at the University of California, Santa Cruz Porter five forces analysis, framework for industry analysis and business strategy development ... car manufacturer Porter's Regiment, American Revolutionary War soldiers under a Colonel Porter H ...
Paris (1928 Musical) - Productions
... theatres, re-discovered the script and, working with the Cole Porter trust, restored the cut Cole Porter songs to the show and inserted other Porter songs to make it an all-Cole Porter ...

Famous quotes containing the word porter:

    The real sin against life is to abuse and destroy beauty, even one’s own—even more, one’s own, for that has been put in our care and we are responsible for its well-being.
    —Katherine Anne Porter (1890–1980)

    Surely there is not a capitalist or well-informed person in this world today who believes that [World War I] is being fought to make the world safe for democracy. It is being fought to make the world safe for capital.
    —Rose Porter Stokes (1879–1933)

    Down in the depths on the ninetieth floor.
    —Cole Porter (1893–1964)