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- Webster, Daniel 1782-1852. American politician. A U.S. representative from New Hampshire (1813-1817) and later a representative (1823-1827) and senator (1827-1841 and 1845-1850) from Massachusetts, he was a noted orator who espoused preservation of the Union. He twice served as secretary of state (1841-1843 and 1850-1852).
- Webster, John 1580?-1625? English playwright whose works include The White Devil (published 1612) and The Duchess of Malfi (c. 1613).
- Webster, Noah 1758-1843. American lexicographer whose Spelling Book (1783) helped standardize American spelling. His major work, An American Dictionary of the English Language, was originally published in 1828.
“WEBSTER GROVES • Eden Theological Seminary and Webster University have completed the sale of about one-fourth of Eden's campus to the expanding Webster.”
“WEBSTER - A man police said was under investigation in connection with hit-and-run accidents in Houston was shot several times Monday by Webster police officers in the emergency room parking lot of Clear Lake Regional Medical Center, authorities said.”
“WEBSTER - Until recently, cystic fibrosis wasn't responsible for bringing much good into the lives of Emily and Elizabeth Hart of Webster.”
“WEBSTER - A series of parking lot robberies have police asking the public to be aware of their surroundings, since two women were accused of using a bat to rob another women of her purse in Webster, authorities said Tuesday.”
“His imitations of other orators were highly amusing, especially what he called Webster's Rochester speech: "The public debt; it must be paid; and it _shall_ be paid; -- how much is it?”
“I also gave a copy to the NASA souvenir store in Webster about a year later.”
“His companion Webster is a bit older than Collins, more heavyset.”
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“- 1 331 Colin Webster (70) bludgeoned to genocide upon unnamed farm, Richmond, KZN”
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