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Paul Dudley White Bike Path

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  • Dudley Allen White (January 3, 1901 - October 14, 1957) was a U.S. Representative from Ohio.
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  • A path or road for bicycles and not motor vehicles
  • Completed in 1995, formerly an old railroad route between Elyria and Kipton, Ohio, that is popular with Oberlin’s cyclists, joggers, and dog walkers. Stretches 3.2 miles and was incorporated into the Lorain County Metro Park System as part of the North Coast Inland Trail bike path.
  • A path segregated from motorized traffic for the use of bikes, sometimes shared with pedestrians.
  • Segregated cycle facilities are roads, tracks, paths or marked lanes designated for use by cyclists from which motorised traffic is generally excluded.
  • Les (1915– 2009), US jazz guitarist and guitar designer; born Lester Polfus. In 1946, he invented the solid-body electric guitar. His style of play influenced many rock guitarists. Notable songs: “Mockin’ Bird Hill” (1951) and “Vaya con Dios” (1953)
  • (New Testament) a Christian missionary to the Gentiles; author of several Epistles in the New Testament; even though Paul was not present at the Last Supper he is considered an Apostle; "Paul's name was Saul prior to his conversion to Christianity"
  • United States feminist (1885-1977)
  • Paul of Tarsus, also called Paul the Apostle, the Apostle Paul, and Saint Paul, (????? (Saul), ?????? (Saulos), and ?????? (Paulos); Latin: Paulus or Paullus; ???? ????? Sa?ul HaTarsi (Saul of Tarsus) (c. 5 - c. 67 ),Harris, p.
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Paul the Apostle
Paul the Apostle
Director Roger Young (JOSEPH AND JESUS) presents this dramatic television miniseries that recounts the life of Paul (Johannes Brandrup) the Apostle of Jesus Christ. Originally known as Paul of Tarsus, Paul tortured and persecuted Christians until he experienced a vision of Jesus that forever changed his life. After converting to Christianity, Paul suffered persecution and imprisonment, but never stopped trying to spread the teachings of Christ. Notably, this program was shot on location in the Moroccan desert.

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North Point Park
North Point Park
North Point Park is an 8.5-acre (34,000 m2) park located on the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts, created as mitigation for the taking of planned parkland for the construction of the Big Dig. The park opened in December 2007. It is part of the "lost half mile" of the Charles River, between the 1910 Charles River Dam, now the site of the Museum of Science and the new Charles River Dam completed in 1978. The park opening was delayed by several years on account of a number of logistical and bureaucratic issues, but its design, including small islands, bridges and kayaking canals, has been characterized as "grand" and "ambitious" by the local press. The park designers were Carr Lynch & Sandell of Cambridge and Oehme van Sweden of Washington, DC. The park is adjacent to (but not part of) the ongoing NorthPoint real estate development project. Just upstream of these three new parks is the Dr. Paul Dudley White Charles River Bike Path in the Charles River
Dudley my Westie in the snow
Dudley my Westie in the snow
Lovely walk in the forest and my favourite picture of Dudley. Looks like the king of the forest to me.

paul dudley white bike path
paul dudley white bike path
Peter & Paul DVD
This epic network television mini-series brings to life the precarious existence of early Christianity. The new movement is beset by violent opposition from without and constant turmoil from within. Two key leaders emerge--Peter and Paul--who struggle to keep the faith alive. This dramatic presentation follows the pair, together and separately, through three epochal decades. Included are the stoning of Stephen, the road to Damascus, their encounter in Jerusalem, their conflicts over how the word of Christ should be spread. Paul’s travels to Asia Minor and Greece, Peter and Paul’s clashes over Jewish law, and Peter’s decision to follow in Paul’s courageous footsteps. The drama concludes in Rome in approximately A.D. 64 with the beheading of Paul and the crucifixion of Peter under Emperor Nero.
-Spanish Language track with or without English subtitles
-Closed captioning in English
-Biographical information on leading actors
-Chapter titles provided for easy scene access