Sherman


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Synonyms for Sherman

United States general who was commander of all Union troops in the West

American Revolutionary leader and signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation and the United States Constitution (1721-1793)

a peak in the Rocky Mountains in central Colorado (14,036 feet high)

a town in northeastern Texas near the Oklahoma border

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Sherman Cymru is delighted to be one of five organisations from across the UK to be selected by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to be awarded a substantial gift to enable us to ensure that the theatre is accessible for all people and communities.
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Sherman was a highly educated and intelligent man who had been involved in litigation in the past.
Marilyn Guercy teaches the classes, which are offered at the Van Nuys/Sherman Oaks Senior Center in Sherman Oaks and the Victory/Vineland Recreation Center in North Hollywood.
Marszalek, Giles Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History at Mississippi State University, presents Sherman's March to the Sea, a no-nonsense examination of General Sherman and his role in enabling the Union's victory during the American Civil War.
Sherman worked as a clerk with the Immigration Bureau of Ellis Island, photographing over two hundred families, groups and individuals as they passed through customs.
Sherman of the University of California, Irvine, who raises, studies, and sells blowfly (Phaenicia sericata) maggots for medical purposes.
With her makeup, masks, costumes, and disguises, it's as if Sherman had been "clowning" from the get-go.
Over the past decade, John Marszalek, Michael Fellman, and others have examined William Tecumseh Sherman as both soldier and citizen.
Lee Kennett's book on the life of William Tecumseh Sherman is brimming with details about Sherman's relationship with his wife, the state of his mental health at various times in his life, his hostility for the press and politicians, his racist attitudes, his self-promotion and manipulation of superiors, and a host of other subjects.
Two decades after the success of his gay Holocaust drama Bent, playwright Martin Sherman returns to Broadway--with Olympia Dukakis in the lead
Getting beyond this is highly problematic: As Sherman observes, "Unfortunately the only sources of concrete information about his long life as a slave and free man are his autobiographical sketch in The Poetical Works (1845), a few of his letters, one long oration, and brief reminiscences by men who actually met him.
Sherman has written a spirited and learned book that challenges the Yatesian tradition of Dee as "the reincarnation of Merlin at the Tudor court" (xii).
But for young Tecumseh and his family that stability came to an abrupt end with the death of Charles Sherman in 1829.
The far more secular Sherman had learned in his pre-war life to respect the law, resist disorder, and despise citizens who failed to "place loyalty to the nation and obedience to its government ahead of all other loyalties".