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Jim Webb Sings Jim Webb
... Jim Webb Sings Jim Webb is the debut album by American singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb, released in 1968 on Epic Records ...
Webb, Saskatchewan - External Links
... Webb Village Council Saskatchewan City Town Maps Saskatchewan Gen Web - One Room School Project Post Offices and Postmasters - ArchiviaNet - Library and Archives Canada Saskatchewan Gen Web Region Online Historical ...
William Webb (rower) - World Champion
... Webb then challenged Charles Towns, the World Title holder, to a match and £500 a side stake ... The Webb race was the first defence for Charles Towns ... Webb won by five lengths and was declared World Champion by the umpire, despite a protest by Towns regarding an alleged foul by Webb, which would have lost him the ...
John Richmond Webb
... General John Richmond Webb (26 December 1667 – 5 September 1724) was an English military leader and Member of Parliament ... Webb was the son of Colonel Edmund Richmond Webb, a Wiltshire gentleman with a position in the household of Prince George of Denmark and second cousin to another Wiltshire man, Henry ... Webb was commissioned as a Cornet of Dragoons in 1687, and on 3 February 1690 he married Henrietta Borlase, daughter of William Borlase and Joanna Bancks ...
Eugene Webb
... Eugene Webb is Professor Emeritus in the Henry M ... Webb holds a Ph.D ... Webb was a member of the faculties of both the Comparative Literature Department and the Henry M ...

Famous quotes containing the word webb:

    I shall have the veil withdrawn and be allowed to gaze unblinded on the narrow limits of my own possibilities.
    —Beatrice Potter Webb (1858–1943)

    Perhaps I stand now on the eve of a new life, shall watch the sun rise and disappear behind a black cloud extending out into a grey sky cover. I shall not be deceived by its glory. If it is to be so, there is work and the influence that work brings, but not happiness. Am I strong enough to face that?
    —Beatrice Potter Webb (1858–1943)

    Renunciation: that is the great fact we all, individuals and classes, have to learn. In trying to avoid it we bring misery to ourselves and others.
    —Beatrice Potter Webb (1858–1943)