- Dame Ethel Mary,1858–1944, English writer, composer, and suffragist.
- 1st Baron. Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth.
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“Anecdotally I can tell you that the take-up rate is fairly small,” said Smyth.Walmart’s New Embrace of Gay Employees a Sign of Corporate Shift
August 29, 2013
But when Milchan emphasized that he could supply him with all of the orders he could possibly handle, Smyth agreed.
Dvora asked what information Smyth had divulged about her boss, along with any other activities he might have unveiled.
And so on January 19, 1973, Smyth oﬃcially registered Milco in Orange County, Calif., and got his new business under way.
“We hurried to board the aircraft,” Smyth recalled in the book.
That of Otacilia is described at length in Captain Smyth's work.
In that petition Smyth asked the privilege of 'dying for his country.'The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 2 of 2
To express this, Mr. Smyth suggests the new noun "fiveness."Archaeological Essays, Vol. 1
James Y. Simpson
Smyth had been the big man in the forecastle before Dalston's day.
But Smyth was eclipsed now, and I dare say did not like his rival.
- Dame Ethel (Mary). 1858–1944, British composer, best known for her operas, such as The Wreckers (1906). She was imprisoned for supporting the suffragette movement