Synonyms for catherwood or Related words with catherwood

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Examples of "catherwood"
On January 5, 2015, Catherwood and Pinsky launched a new program, "Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood" on KABC in Los Angeles.
David Catherwood is married to Wilma Catherwood. They are soldiers at the Belfast Temple corps of The Salvation Army where David plays in the band.
In 1691 the Hearth Tax records show that Robert Catherwood lived in Peacockbank and had tenants: Mathew Longmure, Andrew Catherwood and William Walker.
John Hugh Catherwood (August 7, 1888 – December 18, 1930) was a United States Navy Ordinary Seaman received the Medal of Honor for actions during the Moro Rebellion aboard Seaman Catherwood was critically wounded during the action on September 24, 1911, for which he and six other men were awarded their medals. Seaman Catherwood is buried in the Camp Butler National Cemetery.
Catherwood is a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Catherwood is the subject of a short graphic (i.e. comic) biography by David Collier entitled "The Ethel Catherwood Story," collected in "An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons, and True Stories", Ivan Brunetti ed. 2006.
Catherwood has Irish and Mexican ancestry. Catherwood married actress Bianca Kajlich ("Rules of Engagement") on December 16, 2012. They first met during an episode of Loveline. The couple has one daughter, born in 2014.
Wolfson's papers are held at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York at the school's Catherwood Library.
Ethel Hannah Catherwood (April 28, 1908 – September 26, 1987) was a Canadian athlete.
Host Mike Catherwood does a variety of impressions on-air of various celebrities, most commonly:
Mary Hartwell Catherwood (1847-1902) was an American writer of historical romances.
Catherwood has been the subject of the following biographies and studies:
On March 21, 2010, he was permanently hired as the co-host of the national call-in radio show Loveline, with physician host Dr. Drew Pinsky. Catherwood frequently draws on his own past experience as a drug addict to educate and confront callers on the subject of substance abuse. On January 5, 2015, Catherwood and Pinsky launched a new program, "Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood" on KABC in Los Angeles. On March 16, 2016, Catherwood announced on the air that he would be leaving Loveline at the end of the month.
He was born in Bolton Village, Ontario in 1857, the son of Thomas Catherwood and Ann Abercrombie, and was educated in Caledonia. In 1886, Catherwood married Edith Margaret Solloway. He was reeve of Mission, British Columbia for 17 years. Catherwood was unseated in February 1925 by a decision of the B.C. Supreme Court after a recount reduced his majority in the election to 5; he was reinstated in June 1925. He died in Mission City at the age of 83 in 1940.
American explorer John Lloyd Stephens and English architect Frederick Catherwood visited the site in 1840, at which time it was a confused jumble of overgrown ruins. Stephens published a description of the archaeological remains a year later. Catherwood did not draw any of the structures due to the poor state of the remains. The two excavated one of the mounds and recovered some ceramic vessels, which Catherwood drew.
Andrea Catherine Catherwood (born 27 November 1967) is a Northern Irish television presenter and journalist.
In the final Ethel Catherwood set a new official world record with 1.595 metres.
Catherwood Library. (2006) "About the library". Retrieved September 14, 2006, from http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/about/
The Martin P. Catherwood Library, commonly known as the Catherwood Library or simply the ILR Library, serves the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. One of over a dozen libraries within the Cornell University Library system, the Catherwood Library is considered the most comprehensive resource of its kind in North America. The Catherwood Library's stated mission is to serve as a comprehensive information center in support of the research, instruction, and service commitments of the Industrial and Labor Relations School and Cornell community. The Catherwood Library is an official Depository Library of the International Labour Organization (ILO), one of only two in the country to be so designated; the other is the Library of Congress.
Stephens and Catherwood returned to Yucatan to make further explorations, resulting in "Incidents of Travel in Yucatan" in 1843.