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  • William Barnes Rhodes (1772–1826) was a dramatist and banker. In 1810, he wrote a burlesque, Bombastes Furioso, which achieved great popularity. Who dares
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  • Cecil Rhodes (5 July 1853 – 26 March 1902), British businessman and effective founder of the state of Rhodesia (named after him). Rhodes profited greatly
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  • Happy Tyler Rhodes (born Kimberley Tyler Rhodes on 9 August 1965) is an American singer, songwriter, and electronic musician with a four-octave vocal
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  • Apollonius of Rhodes (fl. first half of 3rd century BCE) is best known as the author of the Argonautica, an epic poem about Jason and the Argonauts and
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  • Montague Rhodes James OM (1 August 1862 – 12 June 1936) was a distinguished English biblical scholar, medievalist, palaeographer and bibliographer, but
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  • logical culmination of the great 20th-centure love affair between Lonesome Rhodes and his mass audience. They love his voice, they love his guitar, they love
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  • — bigger than the sea When the rain came down — then came me. ~ Happy Rhodes ~ proposed by Kalki 2012 proposed by Kalki 2013 proposed by Zarbon
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  • Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (September 6, 1943); in Robert Rhodes James, ed., Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Speeches, 1897–1963 (1974)
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  • Mohammad Rezaee, Mohsen Reznor, Trent Rhind-Tutt, Julian Rhodes, Cecil Rhodes, Happy Rhodes, William Barnes Rhymes, Busta Ribbentrop, Joachim von Ricard
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  • 1938.—Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Speeches, 1897–1963, ed. Robert Rhodes James, vol. 6, p. 5991 (1974). All for one, one for all, that is our device
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  • nuke through a wormhole? James Rhodes: [sarcastically] Nope. Never come up. Tony Stark: Saved New York? James Rhodes: Never heard that. Tony Stark: Recall
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  • Summer, line 81. You know you haven't got a singing face. William Barnes Rhodes, Bombastes Furioso. Every night he comes With musics of all sorts and
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  • 1941.—Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Speeches, 1897–1963, ed. Robert Rhodes James, vol. 6, p. 6499 (1974). We shall fight on the beaches, we shall
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  • Wendi McLendon-Covey - Rita Ellie Kemper - Becca Chris O'Dowd - Officer Rhodes Jill Clayburgh - Annie's mother Jon Hamm - Ted (uncredited) Rebel Wilson
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  • weapons for the armor to Colonel Rhodes and Major Allen] Claridge Hi-Tec, semi-automatic, nine-millimeter pistol. [Rhodes and Allen are silent] Hammer: Too
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  • Diodorus of Priene, Dion of Colophon, Diophanes of Nicaea, Epigenes of Rhodes, Evagon of Thasos, Euphronius of Athens, and his name sake of Amphipolis
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  • 1940), Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Speeches, 1897–1963, ed. Robert Rhodes James, vol. 6 (1974), p. 6220. No retreat. No retreat. They must conquer
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  • this pair of boots displace, Must meet Bombastes face to face. William B. Rhodes, Bombastes Furioso, Act I, scene 4. Wer nichts waget der darf nichts hoffen
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  • 1941. Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Speeches, 1897–1963, ed. Robert Rhodes James, vol. 6, p. 6536 (1974). Your people, sir, is nothing but a great
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  • 1943. Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Speeches, 1897–1963, ed. Robert Rhodes James, vol. 7, p. 6761 (1974). The truth is that a vast restructuring of
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