Captain Stairs is commemorated with three identical tablets (c. 1902) in the vestibule of Mackenzie Building at Royal Military College of Canada, St. George’s Cathedral (Kingston, Ontario) and in Rochester Cathedral near Chatham, England.
Crane conceived the story from the point of view of a young private who is at first filled with boyish dreams of the glory of war, only to become disillusioned by war’s reality. He took the private’s surname, Fleming, from his sister-in-law’s maiden name.
Andrew MacLaren and his daughters arrive at the fair to purchase supplies for younger daughter Jean’s wedding to Charlie Dalrymple. Harry Beaton is madly in love with Jean and is depressed at the thought of her marrying another, unable to find comfort in Maggie Anderson’s devotion to him.
Milne) his love of bouncing. As he says himself, Bouncing is what Tiggers do best. Tigger is introduced in Chapter II of House at Pooh Corner, when he arrives at Winnie-the-Pooh’s doorstep in the middle of the night, announcing himself with a stylised roar.
It is administered by the courts of Northern Ireland, with ultimate appeal to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in both civil and criminal matters. The law of Northern Ireland is closely similar to English law, the rules of common law having been imported into the Kingdom of Ireland under English rule.
She received her USA Greencard in February 2006 and her US television debut occurred in April 2008 in the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds. Jackson has since played supporting and leading roles in over thirty film and TV projects, including Bordering on Bad Behavior with Tom Sizemore, Retribution with Bryan Krause and Frances Fisher, and Snitch with Dwayne Johnson and Susan Sarandon.
The Old Clerk’s Office, known as Mama Bear, was also constructed in 1845 and is similar in design and construction. The New Clerk’s Office, known as Baby Bear, was constructed about 1860 and is also of the same, simple Doric design.
Sugar Mama (song) Sugar Mama or Sugar Mama Blues is a song that is a standard of the blues. Called a tautly powerful slow blues by music journalist Charles Shaar Murray, it has been recorded by numerous artists, including early Chicago bluesmen Tampa Red, Sonny Boy Williamson I, and Tommy McClennan.