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Bremen Cathedral - History
... Its burgomaster Johann Smidt, a devout member of the Reformed (Calvinist) church, confiscated the considerable estates of the Lutheran congregation, arguing it would ... by a majority of Bremen's Calvinist senators (government members) against the expressed will of Smidt ... Smidt abused his governmental power to suppress the Lutheran congregation by way of ordinances, confiscation and public discreditation ...
WNNH - History
... The station's original owner was Clark Smidt, who programmed several Boston FM stations in the 1970s, including WEEI-FM (103.3 FM now WODS) and WBZ-FM (106.7 FM now WMJX) ... In 1994, Smidt tried to purchase WJYY (105.5 FM) and its then-satellite station, WRCI (107.7 FM now WTPL), from Empire Broadcasting Partners, with the idea of putting WNNH on 105.5 to ... Smidt sold WNNH to Tele-Media in 1999 Tele-Media, in turn, sold WNNH, WLKZ, and WHOB (now WFNQ) to Nassau Broadcasting Partners in 2004 ...
Harbor Freight Tools - Legal Issues - Smidt Lawsuit
... In July 2010, founder Allan Smidt filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against his son, Eric Smidt, CEO, accusing him of fraud and looting the company ...
Rupert De Smidt
... Rupert de Smidt (23 November 1883 – 3 August 1986) was a South African cricketer who played first-class cricket for Western Province and is the third oldest of sixteen first-class cricketers known to have ... Born in Cape Town, de Smidt played four matches for Western Province during the 1912/13 season ... De Smidt was a lower order batsman, batting at number eight in four of his five innings, he scored 74 runs at an average of 18.50, with a highest score of 42 not out against Orange Free State ...