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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Geddes, Norman Bel 1893-1958. American architect and theatrical and industrial designer who popularized the concept of streamlining.

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  • Friday, April 24, 2009 at 4: 15 p.m. GEDDES, ONONDAGA COUNTY -- The economic trouble hitting America's auto industry is also impacting Crucible Steel in Geddes.

    NBC3 - Local News

  • Programmed by Colin Geddes, Midnight Madness is always sold out, always jammed with fans who get in line hours before the movies and wildly cheer their approval of darn near everything.

    Michael Giltz: Toronto Film Fest Days 1 And 2: Midnight Madness

  • This cool feature, designed by the great Norman Bel Geddes, is (thankfully) available on film; so, one can get a taste of the experience.

    There’s a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow : Scrubbles.net

  • At Telepocalypse Martin Geddes quote Paul Kapustka on Network Neutrality, saying this is the real core: The RBOCs and cable will use all their firepower to try to keep video captive, to make money off it the way they did off voice.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Net neutrality notes

  • At Cinematical, Scott Weinberg has a fun talk with Colin Geddes, who programs the Midnight Madness program for the Toronto International Film Festival, and they're joined by filmmaker JT Petty.

    GreenCine Daily: Weekend fests and events.

  • (I'm reminded of that famous old Kirkus line: "As a writer, Barbara Bel Geddes is a marvelous actress.")

    Tookie Williams

  • On the other hand, as Martin Geddes says, asking for all networks to be "neutral" networks (in which layer independence and nondiscrimination are mandated) can be extraordinarily pernicious.

    Cellheads and Netheads

  • See the curious and honest story of their expulsion in Geddes, (Miscellanies, vol.i. p. 1 — 67 Paganos qui supersunt, quanquam jam nullos esse credamus, &c. Cod.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • Canadians had held on with the grimmest determination in the neighbourhood of St. Julian, while what became to be known as Geddes 'force held the line from the canal up to the Canadians.

    Short History of the London Rifle Brigade

  • Governor Pleasants married Susanna Lawson, second daughter of Colonel Hugh Rose, * of "Geddes," and his

    Virginia and Virginians

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