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Text:"...-that is, that he is in dr JosephRudyardKipling. 4. eh ;\i "A Queen's Romance" is only the last of many plays vvhi John Davidson has written. Before he was out,of his teens, hide-, he had put his name..."
Date:Feb 19 1904
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of “The Recessional ” is JosephRudyardKipling? And how many are aware that the widely accepted story that he received his second Christian name from Lake Rudyard, in North Staffordshire, is only a legend..."
Date:Oct 6 1906
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... was christened JosephRudyardKipling? like George Bernard Shaw and Thomas Woodrow Wilson, Mr. Kipling has shown his sense of the value of words by lopping off the uninteresting prenomen. The orig^ of his better..."
Date:Apr 25 1914
Publication:Jeffersonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... the famous Englishman. For instance, how many Kipling: lovers know that he was christened JosephRudyardKipling? Like George Bernard Shaw and Thomas Woodrow Wilson. Mr. Kipling has shown his sense..."
Date:Apr 16 1914
Publication:Waunakee, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... to honorary membership the other evening. Kipling is by no means a novice in Freemasonry, for his name was proposed—by the secretary of the lodge, Mr. Alfred Murray, W.S.—as “ Brother JosephRudyardKipling..."
Date:Oct 14 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to end his days there. Brother JosephRudyardKipling-. The Canongate Kilwinning Masonic Lodge, Edinburgh, of which Robert Burns was poet laureate and Sir Walter Scott was a member, admitted Mr. Rudyard..."
Date:Oct 13 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Alfred Murray, W.S., proposed that honorary membership be conferred on Brother JosephRudyardKipling, member and past secretary of Lodge Hope and Perseverance, India. In doing so, he mentioned..."
Date:Oct 6 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... ^ ® oSltJLKîll ran vinv DICK LOCHER, CHICAGO TRIBUNE QUOTE, UNOUO H "All we have of freedom - all we use or know - this our fathers bought for us, long and long ago." (JOSEPH) RUDYARDKIPLING "..."
Date:Feb 19 2006
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"... the air is only on the surface and does not penetrate the mass of the body Howd You Score 1 Flight at a speed greater than that at which sound waves travel 2 The Land of Canaan 3 HOMES 4 JosephRudyard..."
Date:Oct 7 1952
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... at War at the Improv Private Life of Henry vnr Chafes Alan Ladd. James Mason. An innocent man suffers on board a convict ship en route to Australia. Jungle Sabu. Joseph Caltea. RudyardKipling's classic..."
Date:Apr 9 1992
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... States from involving all of them in development projects. The most translated poem is believed to be “If” by JosephRudyardKipling, first published in 1910, printed in 27 languages and even said..."
Date:Mar 3 1983
Publication:Shawneetown, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... author was JosephRudyardKipling He was named Joseph for his Yorkshire grandfather the Reverend Joseph Kipling but he dropped this when he was a schoolboy MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE A LEE NEWSPAPER Issued..."
Date:Feb 18 1958
Publication:Mason City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... to Hint ills tlngulsliod author for Ms wisdom In adopting Unit pen name Instead of his full title, JosephRudyardKipling; and It goes on to say Unit there-Is "u hold assertion of Individuality" In It which..."
Date:Aug 14 1925
Publication:Salamanca, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...? 1. Flight at a speed greater than that at which sound waves travel. 2. The Land of Canaan. 3. HOMES. 4. JosephRudyardKipling. 5. A post card is a picturc card or a privately printed one; a postal..."
Date:Oct 7 1952
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... of names, for soon after he was graduated from college he abandoned the Thomas that appeared before the Woodrow in the college catalog. Jacob Whitelaw Reid, JosephRudyardKipling and Enoch Arnold Bennett..."
Date:June 28 1914
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... Story I Real Life Jungle Sabu. Joseph CaBeia- RudyardKipling's classic tale of Mowgli. a boy raised by a-dves in of I Private Life of Henry Charles Laughton. World Today jMoneyline Crossfire Primenews p..."
Date:Apr 9 1992
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... to Australia. Jungle Book" (1942, Adventure) (187373) Sabu, Joseph Calleia. RudyardKipling's classic tale of Mowgli, a boy raised by twelves in the jungles of India Private Life of Henry VIII" (724489) Charles..."
Date:Apr 9 1992
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...- known gossip about the famous Eng- lishman. For Instance, how many Kip- ling lovers know that he was christen- ed JosephRudyardKipling? The origin of his better-known name Is Interesting. Rudyard..."
Date:Jan 25 1914
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... Alan James Mason. An innocent man suffers on board a convid en route to Australia. Jungle Sabu. Joseph Calteia. RudyardKipling's classic tale of a bv ui u'-.a of Ir.da. Private Life of Henry Vlir..."
Date:Apr 9 1992
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... author was JosephRudyardKipling. He was named Joseph for his Yorkshire grand- father, the Reverend Joseph Kip- ling, hut he dropped this name when he was a schoolboy. (A reader ean get thi on- fwer..."
Date:Feb 19 1958
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
 
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