Synonyms for chambless or Related words with chambless

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Examples of "chambless"
Another long-time interest of Hastings was urban planning and the linear city of Edgar Chambless. Hastings met Chambless in 1909 and they remained lifelong friends. Hastings lived with Chambless briefly early in their acquaintance and Chambless would entertain Hastings’ children later on.
Chambless, originally known as Chambless Station, is one of the "alphabet towns" located along U.S. Route 66 that provided water towers to service the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. It became a popular motorist and tourist stop for Route 66 travelers but has essentially disappeared since the opening of I-40 in 1973.
Also located in Chambless was the 'Roadrunner Cafe' with its large and tall sign, which finally closed its doors in 1995.
Baber's Macon home is a registered historic landmark and now home to the law firm of Chambless, Higdon, Richardson, Katz & Griggs, LLP.
Chambless is a ghost town in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California, United States, south of Interstate 40 on the historic Route 66.
The Roadtown idea has a utopian aspect. The drawings and text almost read like science fiction. Chambless acquired rights to some of the patents needed to implement the concept. In particular, Thomas A. Edison contributed his cement pouring patents needed to construct the buildings. Chambless proselytized for his Roadtown concept for decades until the end of his life in 1936. Hastings had by then moved on to other things.
In 2005, the population of Chambless was 6 residents and one dog, as posted on a sign entering the town. There is a Historical Landmark Marker just east of the town that explains the history of the alphabet towns.
Robert Chambless "Cham" Hendon (September 14, 1936—January 11, 2014) was an American painter whose unusual style of painting and lush, colorful canvases earned him recognition in the New York City art scene of the 1970s and 80s.
After graduation, Hendon took a position at the University of Denver, Denver Colorado, where he taught painting, drawing and design. His third child, a son, Luke Chambless Hendon, was born in Denver on January 23, 1967.
Chambless is east of the Bullion Mountains and Ludlow and ten miles east of Amboy Crater and Amboy, California. The ZIP Code is 92319, and the community is inside area code 760. It is 3 miles north of the railroad town of Cadiz.
Ambit Energy is a United States multi-level marketing company that provides electricity and natural gas services in energy markets in the U.S. that have been deregulated. The company's corporate headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas, and its operations/call center headquarters are located in Plano, Texas. Ambit Energy was founded in 2006 in Addison, Texas by Jere Thompson Jr. and Chris Chambless.
Hastings wrote on other topics as well: commerce ("The Egg Trade of the United States"), philosophy (an introduction to "Brann The Iconoclast"), urban planning (promoting the linear city idea of Edgar Chambless), social commentary (the stage play "Class of ’29"), and an occasional short story ("The New Chivalry").
From 1981 until 1985, Treadwell served as an associate for the Atlanta law firm of Kilpatrick & Cody (now Kilpatrick Stockton). He then served as an associate for the Macon, Georgia law firm Chambless, Hidgon & Carson LLP from 1985 until 1987 and then as a partner with that firm from 1987 until 2000.
Edgar E. Rand was born circa 1905 in St. Louis, Missouri. His father, Frank Chambless Rand, served as the President of the International Shoe Company. His mother was Nettie Hale, the daughter of British-born Texas rancher, publisher and composer Philip Henry Hale.
Artists included in the exhibition were James Albertson (1944–2015), Joan Brown (1938–1990), Eduardo Carrillo (1937–1997), James Chatelain (b. 1947), Cply (alias William Copley) (1919–1996), Charles Garabedian (1923–2016), Robert Chambless Hendon (1936–2014), Joseph Hilton (b. 1946), Neil Jenney (b. 1945), Judith Linhares (b. 1940), P. Walter Siler (b. 1939), Earl Staley (b. 1938), Shari Urquhart (b. 1938), and William Wegman (b. 1943).
In the summer of 2000, after attending the University of Memphis, childhood friends Justin Moore (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and Phil Bogard (lead guitar) joined with Shea Sowell (bass, background vocals) and Matt Chambless (drums) to form the band. They spent much of the next year and a half touring throughout the south and southeast. They played their first show August 23, 2000 in Oxford, Mississippi.
While still working on the Brooklyn incubator, Milo filed for a patent, Serial No. 624,885 for “A Hatchery for the Eggs of Domestic Fowl”. (The application was witnessed by Edgar Chambless, Hastings' urban planning mentor.) Supporting documents were filed in July, 1911 and further amended by counsel on May 24, 1912. The patent was rejected, the rejection appealed, and on Dec 30, 1912 the appeal was rejected. The patent application was eventually abandoned.
Cadiz is a small unincorporated community in the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, California. It is located just south of the Marble Mountains near the National Trails Highway. Cadiz is home to a former railroad stop, and is situated at 34° 31' 12" North latitude and 115° 30' 46" West longitude, at an elevation of . It is northeast of the Sheep Hole Mountains and can be accessed by road from the historic Route 66 at Chambless.
Ed Miller is a Scottish folk singer. He moved to the United States in 1968 to complete his graduate work in geography and folklore at the University of Texas at Austin. Miller is the host of "Across the Water" on Austin's NPR station, KUT-FM. He has worked with Brian McNeill, John Taylor, Scooter Muse, and Jil Chambless, and is a frequent performer at folk music festivals in the United States.
"O. nevadensis" has been collected in the Upper "Olenellus"-zone, "Bristolia"-zonule of California (Carrara Formation, Funeral Mountains and Grapevine Mountains); and from the Latham Shale – treated as the "Bristolia"-zonule – at the South end of the Marble Mountains, near Chambless in the Mohave Desert portion of San Bernardino County. It also occurs in the "Bristolia"-zonule, Upper "Olenellus"-zone of Nevada (Carrara Formation, Desert Range, Locality M-5).