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an English longwool breed of polled, meat sheep, used as a base for new meat breeds.
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Cornell, USN, (Gold Star in lieu of Fourth Award), INSURV CPO Material Division, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), October 2005 to January 2006.
Both portraits will be displayed at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, next to a Friedman portrait of our 16th President.
Caterpillar is the presenting sponsor for the Lincoln Leadership Prize, and has been a significant supporter of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
Pama, SC, USN, (Gold Star in lieu of Fifth Award), Wardroom/ Sales Officer, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), January 2003 to January 2006.
The Chicago Public Library Foundation will sponsor the Chicago Public Library's 2009 Summer Reading Program, when Chicagoans of all ages will read, learn and discover the lasting legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
Whalen, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation.
NORTHRIDGE - As a public official since 1975 - first on the Los Angeles City Council, then as a Los Angeles County supervisor - Zev Yaroslavsky has long found inspiration in the words of President Abraham Lincoln.
The treatment of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade was an injustice in the 1930s and remains a national disgrace today.
The new Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is in Quincy, Mass.
Ted Williams, the XO of VAQ-131 deployed aboard Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), wrote an email home about Lincoln's response to the December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
Medical teams from USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), Carrier Air Wing Two (CVW-2) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) set-up a triage site located on Sultan Iskandar Muda Air Force Base, in Banda Aceh, Sumatra.
This book examines four statesmen who led their countries successfully in war: Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War; Georges Clemenceau and WW I in France; Winston Churchill and WW II in Britain; and David Ben-Gurion and the Israeli War of Independence.

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