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American inventor who in 1775 designed a man-propelled submarine that was ineffectual but subsequently earned him recognition as a submarine pioneer (1742-1824)

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David Stoker, a councillor for Durham South, said Mr Bushnell had taught his son Nicholas, now 34, and was "a brilliant teacher and well-liked by everyone who knew him".
Mr Bushnell left his home two weeks ago with some dirty laundry, after the family's washing machine had broken.
Steven 'Bible Chef' Bushnell received his degree in Christian counseling and eventually became the counselor of his local church.
Bushnell had first proposed providing the property as part of a housing development 13 years ago.
Rather than seeing play as something confined to the fancies of childhood, Bushnell would extend its laughter to all generations and all facets of human existence.
The Story of David Bushnell and His Remarkable 1776 Submarine (and Torpedo), which provided many quotes from Lee and other characters in the Bushnell story.
Bushnell, 29, said: ``If I could get an hour with Ian Walker I could repair his confidence.
ANXIOUS Coventry woman Ali Bushnell was today waiting for news of her brother who was forced to flee his home from Hurricane Katrina.
Bushnell trains both career diplomats and political appointees and professes to find little difference between State Department veterans and big-money campaign donors.
Bushnell hoped that his park, completed in 1867, "would be a feminized form of public space .
The jury was played an interview with George Bushnell, 32, in which he told police: "I tried to cut off his head and his right leg with a saw but I stopped when I realised it was crazy.
The Bushnell is run by a small group of the region's powerful, influential, and moneyed.
By exploring the social implications of metaphors central to literary pedagogy, Bushnell examines "the unstable terms of rule, control, and autonomy in humanist education" (181).
Bushnell of the University of Montreal reported last week in Dallas at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.
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