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a miner who took part in the California gold rush in 1849

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As you seize all the professional development opportunities that knock at your door, seize the moment, but remember to say "THANK YOU" and "I APPRECIATE YOU" to everyone along your journey that dedicate selflessly In support of making your goals a reality just as the Forty-Niner Chapter of ASMC did on 22 January 2019 during "Agency Leadership Appreciation Day."
It turns out the baddie is meddling with a clever device which reproduces some of the gang's most troublesome enemies, such as Miner Forty-Niner and the 10,000 Volt Ghost.
Senior animal welfare officer Bill Waugh has arranged to ship "Forty-Niner," a 3-year-old shepherd-lab mix, across the country next week to be reunited with its owner.
He was a native son of a French California forty-niner who came to California during the gold rush of the mid-1800s.
She...would not yet have considered herself safe for freeway driving." And after being pleasured, Flannery returns the favor, feeling "as proud as any pioneering forty-niner." Oh dear.
The son of a Forty-Niner emigrant from Missouri who had made millions by digging the earth, Hearst did not identify with those who had inherited wealth or social position.
A forty-niner simply walked into a studio and commissioned a portrait or view.
However, as the first chapter's title indicates, though a forty-niner, Field was no miner--he arrived with a bit of money and a law degree.
Then he went on from the Rockies to frontier Oregon, injured an eye, became a judge and territorial legislator, then a Forty-Niner, and died impoverished.
In a cavern, in a canyon, Excavating for a mine, Lived a miner, forty-niner, And his daughter Clementine.
Caption: Members of the Forty-Niner Chapter all smiles during "Agency Leadership Appreciation Day."
But, as soon as Team GB struck more gold than a Californian forty-niner, the political PR machine shot out of the blocks.
Of the four family biographies used to illustrate Putah Greek's mining background, one forty-niner mined briefly before taking work in Sacramento.
These mining behemoths have replaced the grizzled forty-niner's pickax and shovel with mega-tons of explosives, cyanide-laced ponds, and machines that can gnash a thousand pounds of earth in a single bite.
To qualify as a New Forty-Niner, a business must be operated for profit, headquartered in Alaska and owned -- at least 51 percent -- by Alaska residents.