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Massie is a fictional character from the 2000 film Finding Forrester.
"Massie" is a book by Lisi Harrison, published on (7 years ago).
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Managing Business Risk (2010)
A Practical Guide to Protecting Your Business by Jonathan Reuvid
Graham Massie is a director of CEDR (Centre for Effective Dispute ...
Michigan Place Names (1973)
The History of the Founding and the Naming of More Than Five Thousand Past and Present Michigan Communities by Walter Romig
Massie is an Allegan-based historian and book collector. ISBN 0—8143—1838—X WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS , Detroit, ...
Canada Among Nations, 2008 (2009)
100 Years of Canadian Foreign Policy by Robert Bothwell, Jean Daudelin
justin massie is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Contributors .
by Laura Marcus, Peter Nicholls
Allan Massie is an exceptional writer of literary historical fiction by any standards. Ronald Frame is a slightly unfashionable writer of 'middle-class' fiction who dwells upon human relationships with an icy prose style and a tolerant eye. George ...
The Kentucky Law Journal (1881)
Massie is a candidate for County Judge, Mr. H. B. Kinsolving is a candidate for County Attorney, and Mr. E. P. Barnett aspires to the office of County Surveyor. We doubt not that the laudable ambition of each of these gentlemen will be ...
by Editorial Staff, State History Publications, LLC
It is an L-shaped, one-and-a-half story house built by General Nathaniel Massie, a prominent surveyor and early Ohio settler. Massive moved from Virginia to Kentucky in 1783, learned surveying in Louisville, then in 1790, began locating the ...
by Grace C. Keroher
Massie Clay1 Massie Member (of Alger Formation) Silurian (Niagaran) : Southwestern Ohio. Original reference : A. F. Foerste, 1929, Ohio Jour. Sci., v. 29, no.
by Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee
Massie visited America several times, on the last occasion as one of the deputation appointed to convey to ministers there the address adopted at the ministerial anti-slavery conference held in the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, on 3 June 1863.
by Bill O'Neal
10, Hickok entered a midafternoon poker game with three acquaintances: Carl Mann, one of the saloon's proprietors; gambler Charles Rich; and Missouri River pilot Frank Massie. Hickok twice asked Massie, sitting ...
Massie clay. Silurian (Niagaran): Southwestern Ohio (Clark County).
Being a Continuation of the Work Originally Compiled by the Late John Kilbourne by John Kilbourn
General Massie laid out the town plat; and gave “each of the first settlers an in, and an outlot in the town, and 100 acres of land in the neighborhood. The first settlers were principally from Virginia, Pennsylvania and Kentucky; and many of them ...
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