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2nd President of the United States (1735-1826)

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HF was nominated for an Academy Award for his role of JOHN Book in Witness, but, like JOHN Adams, JOHN Quincy Adams, JOHN Tyler, and JOHN Kennedy, he didn't receive it.
The volunteers honored included Caroline Adams, John Bencivenga, Gary Coe, Jeffrey Dowd, John Lamoureux, and Anthony Lopez.
While he does not account for every moment in the history of American religious pluralism, readers will be amazed at how many different groups, events, and individuals he does include: Lyman Abbott, Hannah Adams, John Adams, Jane Addams, Sydney Ahlstrom, Catherine Albanese, Archibald Alexander, Horatio Alger, Ethan Allen, and Timothy Shay Arthur are all here, and those are only the "As.
It sits smack on the Freedom Trail, directly across the street from the picturesque Granary Burying Ground, where such patriots as Samuel Adams, John Hancock and Paul Revere are buried.
Like John Adams, John Hancock was born in the Massachusetts town of Braintree in the section abutting Boston (later called Quincy).
Brookhiser could have more effectively focused on a central overall concept that tied together the lives of John Adams, John Quincy, Charles Francis, and Henry Adams.
A very weak Kidderminster suffered a shock 4-3 defeat by Worcester Norton whose scorers included Chris Adams, John Wold and Jerry Ogle.
Sir Francis Walsingham created The Queen's Men in 1583, in consultation with Edmund Tilney, Master of the Revels, by skimming off the best actors at work in other acting companies, including Richard Tarlton, Robert Wilson, John Adams, John Bentley, John Singer, and John Lanham.
Zany McBlain has become a household name throughout Ulster for his uncanny impressions of politicians like Dr Paisley, Gerry Adams, John Hume and the sing-a-long Free Presbyterian minister Willie McCrea.
Gordon Benson, Alan Forsyth, Kevin Adams, John Cannon, Ian Carson, Eleanor de Zoysa, Catriona Hill, Annabelle Henderson, Jim Hutcheson, Debby Kuypers, Reza Schuster, Peter Wilson
Since its founding by John Adams, John Hancock, James Bowdoin and other scholar-patriots, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences has elected leading "thinkers and doers" from each generation, including George Washington and Benjamin Franklin in the eighteenth century, Daniel Webster and Ralph Waldo Emerson in the nineteenth, and Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill in the twentieth.
In a letter to Mr Adams, John Evans said the behaviour of chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones had left him no alternative but to quit in May.
Of course, they're all covers, but when you're playing songs written by the likes of Ryan Adams, John Hiatt, Kris Delmhorst, Martin Sexton, Peter Mulvey and my two personal favorite living songwriters, Tom Waits and Jeffrey Foucalt, it's kind of hard to go wrong.
Jimmy Adams, John Crawley and Michael Lumb managed just 14 runs among them, Adams being dismissed for a 12-ball duck, but Dimitri Mascarenhas (30 not out) and Greg Lamb (13 no) at least steadied the ship.