Smith may refer to:
Other articles related to "smith":
... Smith grind, a skateboarding trick Smith machine, a piece of weight training equipment Smith and Weller Building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Henry County, Iowa ...
... Zuriel Smith (born January 15, 1980 in Richmond, Virginia) is an American football wide receiver and return specialist who is currently a free agent ... Smith has played for the Dallas Cowboys, the New York Giants, the New England Patriots, and the Rhein Fire ... Smith attended Atlee High School in Mechanicsville, Virginia ...
... Emily Danvers Smith, 1st Viscountess Hambleden (1828–1913) William Frederick Danvers Smith, 2nd Viscount Hambleden (1868–1928) William Henry Smith, 3rd Viscount ...
... United Kingdom and Rhodesia at an impasse, Smith (according to his autobiography Bitter Harvest) had authorized a committee under Cabinet Secretary Gerald B ... the Rhodesian Parliament building until the morning of November 11, when Smith and his cabinet colleagues — after a last-minute appeal by the British ... Clarke was then directed by Smith to prepare the signing ceremony ...
... A college professor at the Spider-Friends' university, Hiawatha Smith is the son of the heroic chief of the Native American nations that fought against the Axis during World War II ... Hiawatha Smith's home is adorned with decorations from various cultures including Hindu and native African tribes and he often employs a boomerang in battle ...
Famous quotes containing the word smith:
“Not ringed but rare, not gilled but polyp-like, having sprung up
These mushrooms of the gods, resembling human organs uprooted,
rooted only on the air,”
—William Jay Smith (b. 1918)
“I call her old. She has one family
Whose claim is good to being settled here
Before the era of colonization,
And before that of exploration even.
John Smith remarked them as he coasted by....”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“No sane local official who has hung up an empty stocking over the municipal fireplace, is going to shoot Santa Claus just before a hard Christmas.”
—Alfred E. Smith (18731944)