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  • (noun): Acclaimed actress of stage and screen (born in 1900).
    Synonyms: Helen Hayes
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Edgar Hayes
... Edgar Hayes (May 23, 1904, Lexington, Kentucky – June 28, 1979, San Bernardino, California) was an American jazz pianist and bandleader ... Hayes attended Wilberforce University, where he graduated with a degree in music in the early 1920s ... From 1931 to 1936 Hayes played in and arranged for the Mills Blue Rhythm Band ...
James A. Hayes - Biography
... Hayes was born in Fowler, California on December 5, 1921 ... Chace in 1972, then-Governor Ronald Reagan appointed Hayes to replace him ... On June 1, 1979, Hayes resigned from office ...
John Wayne Filmography (1961–1976) - Filmography - 1934
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Hayes, South Dakota
... Hayes is an unincorporated community in Stanley County, South Dakota, United States ... City Fort Pierre Unincorporated communities Hayes Mission Ridge Indian reservations Cheyenne River Indian Reservation‡ Lower Brule Indian Reservation ...

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    We can travel longer, night and day, without losing our spirits than almost any persons we ever met.
    —Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    Every good cause gained a victory when the Union troops were triumphant. Our final victory was the triumph of religion, of virtue, of knowledge.... During those four years, whatever our motives, whatever our lives, we were fighting on God’s side. We were doing His work. What would this country have been if we had failed?
    —Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    Now for civil service reform. Legislation must be prepared and executive rules and maxims. We must limit and narrow the area of patronage. We must diminish the evils of office-seeking. We must stop interference of federal officers with elections. We must be relieved of congressional dictation as to appointments.
    —Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)