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White, Edmund

(Encyclopedia) White, Edmund (Edmund Valentine White 3d), 1940–, American writer, b. Cincinnati, B.A. Univ. of Michigan, 1962. White is one of the best known—and probably the finest…

Edmund

(Encyclopedia) Edmund, 921–46, king of Wessex (939–46), half-brother and successor of Athelstan. Immediately after his accession he had to face an invasion of Irish vikings led by…

whiting

(Encyclopedia) whiting, white, powdery substance, prepared by grinding chalk or some other source of calcium carbonate. When mixed with linseed oil it forms putty , and with water…

whiting

(Encyclopedia) whiting, fish: see croaker ; harvestfish .

Edmunds County, SD Census Data

South dakota Edmunds County, South Dakota People QuickFactsEdmunds CountySouth DakotaPopulation, 2005 estimate 4,112775,933Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2005 -5.8%2.8%…

Edmund Ironside

(Encyclopedia) Edmund Ironside, d. 1016, king of the English (1016), son of Æthelred the Unready. Contrary to the wishes of his father, he married (1015) the widow of Siferth, a Danish…

Edmund RICE, Congress, MN (1819-1889)

RICE, Edmund, (brother of Henry Mower Rice), a Representative from Minnesota; born in Waitsfield, Vt., February 14, 1819; attended the common schools; moved to Kalamazoo, Mich., in November…

Edmund Burke

The Question: I am looking for the person who said, "All that is needed for evil to thrive is for good people to do nothing." I have searched Bartlett's…

Edmund Muskie

Name at birth: Edmund Sixtus MuskieA former governor of Maine, Edmund Muskie was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1958 and served until 1980. Edmund Muskie grew up in Maine, graduated from Bates College…