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Foster

Brother or Sister. One brought up by the same nurse. A foster-child is one brought up by those who are not its real parents. (Saxon, fostrian, Danish fostrer, to nurse.) Source: Dictionar…

Hannah Montana

Hannah Montana is the title character of a popular TV show which debuted on the Disney Channel in March of 2006. Hannah is a famous pop music star who secretly leads a "normal" life as a mildly nerdy …

Daryl Hannah

Daryl Hannah's career took off when she appeared as the painted android Pris in RIdley Scott's Blade Runner (1982, with Harrison Ford). She then showed she could play a romantic lead opposite Tom Han…

Hannah Davis

Hannah Davis is the curvy, plush-lipped Victoria's Secret model who appeared as a helpful genie in a series of ads for Direct TV in 2013. She married baseball hero Derek Jeter in 2016. Hannah Davis w…

Daryl Hannah

Daryl HannahactressBorn: 12/3/1960Birthplace: Chicago Strikingly pretty actress who, literally, made a Splash (1984) with Tom Hanks in one of her earliest movies, and has also showed a nice co…

Daryl Hannah

Daryl HannahactressBorn: 12/3/1960Birthplace: Chicago Strikingly pretty actress who, literally, made a Splash (1984) with Tom Hanks in one of her earliest movies, and has also showed a nice co…

Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt was a German-Jewish writer and teacher whose 1951 book, The Origins of Totalitarianism, made her internationally famous. It was the first popular critical analysis of political movements…

Noah Webster

Noah Webster was a Connecticut writer and educator whose greatest achievement was An American Dictionary of the English Language, first published in 1828. Webster graduated from Yale in 1778, during …

Daniel WEBSTER

Senate Years of Service: 1827-41; 1845-1850Party: Adams; Anti-Jacksonian; WhigWEBSTER, Daniel, a Representative from New Hampshire and a Representative and a Senator from Massachusetts; born in…

Taylor WEBSTER

WEBSTER, Taylor, a Representative from Ohio; born in Pennsylvania October 1, 1800; moved with his parents to Ohio in 1806, where he received a limited schooling; attended Miami University, Oxfo…