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Firefighter

What is this job like? Every year, fires take many lives and destroy billions of dollars worth of property. Firefighters help protect people and property. They are often the first at an?

Valparaiso

(Encyclopedia) Valparaiso v?lp?r?z?, city (1990 pop. 24,414), seat of Porter co., NW Ind.; inc. 1850. There is popcorn processing, tool and die making, and the manufacture of metal products, liquid?

fire fighting

(Encyclopedia) fire fighting, the use of strategy, personnel, and apparatus to extinguish, to confine, or to escape from fire. Fire-Fighting Strategy Fire fighting strategy involves the following?

Borisov, Boiko

(Encyclopedia) Borisov, Boiko boik? b?r?s?f, 1959?, Bulgarian political leader, prime minister of Bulgaria (2009?13, 2014?16, 2017?). Trained as a firefighter, he joined the interior ministry in?

Paulson, Henry Merritt, Jr.

(Encyclopedia) Paulson, Henry Merritt, Jr., 1946?, U.S. investment banker and government official, b. Palm Beach, Fla., grad. Harvard (M.B.A., 1970). After working as an assistant to the comptroller?

Elmira

(Encyclopedia) Elmira ?lm?r?, city (1990 pop. 33,724), seat of Chemung co., extreme S central N.Y., on the Chemung River; settled 1788, inc. 1864. It is a distribution and manufacturing center with?

Cartwright, Alexander Joy

(Encyclopedia) Cartwright, Alexander Joy, 1820?92, American baseball player, b. New York City. He worked as a bank teller and a bookseller, and was a volunteer firefighter with the Knickerbocker Fire?

Bernanke, Ben Shalom

(Encyclopedia) Bernanke, Ben Shalom b?rn?ngk?, 1953?, U.S. economist and government official, b. Augusta, Ga.; grad. Harvard (B.A., 1975), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Ph.D., 1979). He was?

Geithner, Timothy Franz

(Encyclopedia) Geithner, Timothy Franz g?tn?r, 1961?, U.S. government official, b. New York City, grad. Dartmouth (B.A. 1983), Johns Hopkins (M.A. 1985). In 1988 he began working at the Treasury?