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

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Catherine Nasmith, architect and past chair of the Toronto Preservation Board, writes on current preservation battles; the writer Susan Crean explores Toronto's art scene; and Mark Kingwell, popular philosopher, inveighs on the sports landscape.
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.
EVERTON: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Stones, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Nasmith, McGeady, Lukaku.
Illustrated by Alan Lee, Roger Garland, Ted Nasmith, and John Howe.
Art by John Howe, Roger Garland, Alan Lee, and Ted Nasmith.
Nasmith and Buck (1998) describe the Victoria clay as slightly overconsolidated, medium plastic, silty clay.
Nasmith JB, Pharand C, Dube B, Matteau S, LeBlanc AR, Nadeau R.
de Chantal M, Diodati JG, Nasmith JB, Amyot R, LeBlanc AR, Schampaert E, et al.
Particularly delightful were the characters of Games and Mirth danced by Kevin Law, Jeremy Nasmith, and Luke Scheuer.
Thus the materials lining the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys are heterogeneous mixtures derived from many different bedrock sources (see detailed maps in Nasmith, 1962, and simplified map in Roed and Greenough, 2004)
Catherine Nasmith, an architect and vice president of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, is "just delighted" to see the bill pass, and hopes churches and others keep pressing for financial support.
Indeed, the most telling indication of how society views churches is comments made by Catherine Nasmith, an architect and long-time crusader for protection of heritage property.
Nasmith said if the churches' problem is financial, laws should be put in place that first protect heritage properties as cultural assets, and financial supports should be created for those entrusted with caring for historic sites.