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United States educator (born in Canada) who invented the game of basketball (1861-1939)

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Otto, with new essays by Christopher Hume, Catherine Nasmith, Susan Crean, and Mark Kingwell.
I am grateful to Thomas Green, Abbe Smith, and Mark Tushnet for comments on an earlier version of this essay and to Moneen Nasmith for outstanding research assistance.
This work, which involved systematic evangelical outreach as well as the provision of relief to the needy on a personal basis, had been conducted in Montreal as early as the 1830s when David Nasmith, the evangelical founder of the Glasgow City Mission, visited Montreal and inspired the creation of a city mission, which later foundered.
EVERTON: Gerrard - Watson (Cleland), Weir, Stubbs, Pistone (Clarke), Nasmith (Moore) - Alexandersson (Gascoigne), Gemmill, Unswsorth - Campbell, Ferguson.
Y al ano siguiente, en Inglaterra, James Nasmith (1808-1890) patento su martillo de vapor para forjar hierro, estimulado y motivado por el crecimiento extraordinario que experimentaba la produccion siderurgica, (que ya mencionamos), la cual necesitaba un gran instrumento mecanico para convertir el hierro crudo o arrabio en hierro maleable (wrough iron).
Mallory hoped that the purchase of a Nasmith hammer would rectify the deficiency at Norfolk.
The National Ballet of Canada has promoted Sonia Rodriguez to principal dancer, Stacey Shiori Minagawa to first soloist, and Stephanie Hutchison, Guillaume Cote, Matjash Mrozewski and Jeremy Nasmith to second soloists.
Nasmith, MD, a chemist and bacteriologist with the Ontario Board of Health from 1902 to 1909, together with Norman Howard, chief chemist for the city of Toronto water filtration plant, introduced water chlorination in 1909.
1990), coastal islands, including the QCI, were presumed to be devoid of significant Pleistocene biological refugia (Sutherland-Brown, 1968; Sutherland-Brown and Nasmith, 1962).
However, illustrator Anke Ei[ss]mann's 23 illustrations, seemingly influenced by Peter Jackson's images, are not likely to overshadow the work of Ted Nasmith, John Howe, the brothers Hildebrandt, and Tolkien's own depictions in The Hobbit and as collected and annotated in Wayne Hammond and Christina Scull's 1995 work J.
EVERTON: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Stones, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Nasmith, McGeady, Lukaku.
Artists taking part include Roger Garland, Ted Nasmith, Jef Murray, Peter Pracownik and Ruth Lacon.
Armed with just her birth certificate, Mrs Evans discovered that her father, David Craigie Nasmith Duffy, was one of 13 children.
Nasmith and Buck (1998) describe the Victoria clay as slightly overconsolidated, medium plastic, silty clay.