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Radical

An ultra-Liberal, verging on republican opinions. The term was first applied as a party name in 1818 to Henry Hunt, Major Cartwright, and others of the same clique, who wished to introduce …

Felix

a monk who listens to the singing of a milk-white bird for a thousand years, which seemed to him “but a single hour,” so enchanted was he by the song. (Longfellow: The Golden Le…

Rush HOLT

HOLT, Rush, (son of Rush D. Holt), a Representative from New Jersey; born in Weston, Lewis County, W. Va., October 15, 1948; B.A., Carleton College, Northfield, Minn., 1970; M.S., New York Univ…

Benjamin Holt

Benjamin Holt Born: 1849 Birthplace: Concord, New Hampshire Track-type tractor—Holt ushered in the moder…

Hines HOLT

HOLT, Hines, a Representative from Georgia; born near Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Ga., April 27, 1805; completed preparatory studies; was graduated from Franklin College (now the University …

Orrin HOLT

HOLT, Orrin, a Representative from Connecticut; born in Willington, Conn., March 13, 1792; received a limited schooling; engaged in agricultural pursuits; member of the State house of represent…

Felix Savon

Name at birth: Félix Savón FabreFélix Savón is the Cuban boxer who won three Olympic gold medals as the dominant amateur heavyweight of the 1980s and 1990s. Félix Savón was born in rural Cuba and grew…

Maria Felix

Name at birth: Maria de los Angeles Felix GuerenaMaria Felix was one of the biggest movie stars in Mexico, the strong and sexy leading lady in nearly fifty movies. She became a star in the 1940s and w…

Felix GRUNDY

Senate Years of Service: 1829-1838; 1839-1840Party: Democratic Republican; Jacksonian; DemocratGRUNDY, Felix, a Representative and a Senator from Tennessee; born in Berkeley County, Va., on Sep…

Felix Galimir

Felix GalimirAge: 89 influential violinist who taught or inspired scores of chamber violinists. Galimir worked extensively with the premier composers of the 20th century, including Arnold Scho…