From the stand, Flemmi mentioned the name of h. Paul Rico, a now-deceased FBI agent of great renown in the annals of the bureau.
In the mid-1990s h. Ross Perot ignited a wave of tired-of-the-same-old-politics voters with his Reform Party.
"You're not black," said h. Rap Brown, echoing an ugly attack later leveled at both Barack Obama and Michael Steele.
I remember h. Jon Benjamin told me it was a way-too-late apology for Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
In his new biography, “The Heartbreak of Aaron Burr,” historian h. W. Brands reconsiders an American villain.
I had not then been long a dry-fly practitioner, and was terribly ashamed for h. to watch me fishing.
Bartlett, h., testimony of in relation to the productiveness of labor, 264.
Mr. h. Willis, of the Leander Crews of 1896 and 1897, who preferred to row with a stretcher set up a good deal prouder.
This was an old muzzle-loader for which Mr. h. had had no further use.
Mr. h. is preparing to make a new mill and boiling-house on Colliton, and other planters are doing the same.