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Inverurie Loco Works F.C. - Current 1st Team Squad
... Reid (On Loan to Turriff FC) Defenders Kieran Adams Ryan Broadhurst Scott Buchan Ally Graham Roddy Mess Steven Park Simon Scott Mark Souter Midfielders Clark Bain Scott Begg ...
John Scott Russell - Personal Life
... John Scott Russell was born John Russell on 9 May 1808 in Parkhead, Glasgow, the son of David Russell and Agnes Clark Scott ... It was while at Glasgow University that he added his mother's maiden name, Scott, to his own, to become John Scott Russell ... of Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh University in 1832, Scott Russell, though only 24 years old, was elected to temporarily fill the vacancy pending the election of a permanent professor, due to his proficiency in ...
John Scott Russell - The Wave of Translation
... In fluid dynamics the wave is now called a Scott Russell solitary wave or soliton ... The discovery is described here in his own words Scott Russell spent some time making practical and theoretical investigations of these waves ... Scott Russell's experimental work seemed at contrast with the Isaac Newton and Daniel Bernoulli's theories of hydrodynamics ...
USS Scott
... USS Scott refers to several ships of the U.S ... Navy DE-241 was originally named USS Scott but was renamed Keith ... The first Scott (DE-214), a Buckley-class destroyer escort, named for Robert R ...
Carthage, Missouri - Culture
... Composer James Scott, regarded as one the three most important composers of classic ragtime, lived in Carthage from 1901 to 1906 ... Scott attended Lincoln High School and worked in the music store of Charles L ... Demand for the music of Scott, who began to compose while living in Carthage, convinced Dumars to publish Scott's "A Summer Breeze" in 1903 ...

Famous quotes containing the word scott:

    No such thing as a man willing to be honest—that would be like a blind man willing to see.
    —F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    The purpose of a work of fiction is to appeal to the lingering after-effects in the reader’s mind as differing from, say, the purpose of oratory or philosophy which respectively leave people in a fighting or thoughtful mood.
    —F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    My idea is always to reach my generation. The wise writer ... writes for the youth of his own generation, the critics of the next, and the schoolmasters of ever afterward.
    —F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)