Synonyms for neblett or Related words with neblett

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Examples of "neblett"
Franklin was married to drummer Nathaniel Neblett of the band New Birth. They had one child, Seth Neblett.
Neblett played fullback and linebacker at Rahway High School.
Civil rights activist Charles Neblett worked in the neighborhood.
Carol Neblett (born February 1, 1946 in Modesto, California) is an American operatic soprano.
On August 31, 2013, Neblett was released during the final roster cuts of the preseason.
Colin Neblett (July 6, 1875 – May 7, 1950) was a United States federal judge.
Neblett signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on May 6, 2013.
Touré was born Touré Neblett in Boston on March 20, 1971.
Neblett died in Mackenzie, British Guiana, aged 57. Oddly, he did not receive an obituary in "Wisden Cricketers' Almanack".
All of the 17 players with the exceptions of Neblett and Rae played in at least one of the three Test matches: Neblett later played once for West Indies against England in 1934-35, but Rae, the father of the later Test cricketer Allan Rae, never played in a Test match.
Neblett was signed by the Carolina Panthers as an undrafted free agent following the 2010 NFL Draft on April 30, 2010.
Charles "Chuck" Neblett (born 1941) is a civil rights activist best known for helping to found and being a member of The Freedom Singers.
Neblett played college football at Temple, where he started in 45 games for the Owls. He earned All-Mid-American Conference honors during his career.
James Montague Neblett (13 November 1901 - 28 March 1959) was a cricketer who played one Test match for West Indies in 1935.
In the 1989 film, "Slaves of New York", directed by James Ivory, an excerpt from the 1975 RCA recording, with Carol Neblett, is heard.
Charles and his wife Marvinia have four children, Khary, Kwesi, Komero and Kesi. Charles' brother, Chico Neblett, was also involved in non-violent protest in Illinois.
On January 29, 1917, Neblett was nominated by President Woodrow Wilson to a seat on the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico vacated by William Hayes Pope. Neblett was confirmed by the United States Senate on February 5, 1917, and received his commission the same day. He assumed senior status on July 6, 1948, serving in that capacity until his death, in 1950.
She was accompanist for Lotte Lehmann, Rose Bampton, Jeanne Dusseau, Herta Glaz, Jan Peerce, Hermann Prey, Martial Singher and Marilyn Horne. Horne, Martin Katz and Carol Neblett were students of Koldofsky.
Awardees: John A. Glynn, BMC William J. Kelley, BM1 Stanley F. Rogers, MoMM1 Aldbert Fagerholm, MoMM2 Edward J. Recotta, SN2 Frank J. Pfingston, MoMM1 Miller L. West, Cook Charles R. Neblett
The starting lineup was: Stovall (left end), Gandy (left tackle), Pollock (left guard), R. L. Stovall (center), Hillman (right guard), Neblett (right tackle), Seip (right end), Fenton (quarterback), C. Smith (left halfback), Lally (right halfback), and B. Smith (fullback).