- Arthur,1863–1935, British statesman and labor leader: Nobel Peace Prize 1934.
- David Brem·ner [brem-ner] /ˈbrɛm nər/, 1840–1906, U.S. political leader: Speaker of the House 1899–1903.
- FletcherSmack, 1898–1952, U.S. jazz pianist, arranger, and bandleader.
- a city in NW Kentucky, on the Ohio River.
- a city in SE Nevada, near Las Vegas.
- a city in N North Carolina.
- a town in E Texas.
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The backdrops seem, at times, suburban as Watson poses in front of the then modest Victorian-era townhomes of Henderson Place.Bill Cunningham: Through the Lens of a Style King
March 14, 2014
Henderson also encourages girls to “Have your own friends and your own goals.”
Henderson was a freshman at the University of Wisconsin when she attended a speech on dating abuse.
As a shy high-school freshman, Henderson was pursued by senior who was a popular football star.
These behaviors, while disturbing, never seemed to fit the traditional definitions of abuse as Henderson and others knew it.
You see, the day we went through the hospital, it was hot, and we went to Henderson's for soda-water.K
Mary Roberts Rinehart
Then Miss Henderson showed fight and her brother 204 Willie stood by her.An Orkney Maid
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
Henderson blushed as he made out some of the words the flower was muttering.
Henderson opened the door, and only then did he begin to realize the scope his rays must have!
"I'll spare you the scene with Henderson, Repton," said he, after a long pause.The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)
Charles James Lever
- Arthur. 1863–1935, British Labour politician. As foreign secretary (1929–31) he supported the League of Nations and international disarmament; Nobel peace prize 1934