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Examples of "vleet"
Van Vleet is an unincorporated community in Chickasaw County, Mississippi. Van Vleet is located at the junction of Mississippi Highway 32 and Mississippi Highway 385, northeast of Houston. Van Vleet has a post office with ZIP code 38877.
Richard Van Vleet, also sometimes credited as Richard Van Fleet or Rick Van Vleet is an American actor, producer, screenwriter, and director.
Van Vleet or Vanvleet is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
In early 2008, Empires was formed when longtime friends guitarist Tom Conrad approached singer Sean Van Vleet about writing music together. Conrad and Van Vleet spent the year writing music together, and the induction of the other band members soon followed. The band's name, "Empires", was thought of by Tom Conrad and Sean Van Vleet at the same time, albeit on opposite sides of Chicago (Tom was on the 'L' Train at the time, while Sean was at their shared apartment).
In 2008, Los Angeles producer Richard Van Vleet offered to help them create their first feature-length film. The resulting film, "Ryan and Sean's Not So Excellent Adventure", was directed by Richard Van Vleet and released on November 14, 2008. It was shown in sold out theaters in Hawaii and California. The DVD was released on July 14, 2009, in the United States.
Louisa Van Vleet Spicer Wright (1862–1913) was the daughter of Washington pioneer Lewis Van Vleet and the first doctor in Clark County, Washington to have both a degree in medicine and a license to practice medicine having obtained both upon graduating from what was then the University of Michigan Medical School at Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1885.
Empires is an indie rock band from Chicago, IL. The band consists of Tom Conrad, Sean Van Vleet, Max Steger, and Mike Robinson.
Mundy Township was organized in 1837 and included Gaines Township, which was organized in 1842. A school was started around 1845 by the Van Vleet and Cargill areas.
The Dryden Historic District, Luther Clarke House, Jennings-Marvin House, Lacy-Van Vleet House, Methodist Episcopal Church, Rockwell House, Southworth House, and Southworth Library are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Waco: A New Revelation is a 1999 documentary directed by Jason Van Vleet about the conflict in 1993 between the Branch Davidians, a religious apocalyptic group, and the FBI.
He is represented by Songs Music Publishing as a songwriter and composer, and has worked with Grammy-winning producers Bret “Epic” Mazur and Dave Fridmann, as well as Empire’s Sean Van Vleet and Ghost Beach’s Eric Mendelsohn.
Richard Van Vleet has directed and written such movies as "Bikini Planet", "Retribution", and "Trailer Trash". In 2008, he proposed and directed "Ryan and Sean's Not So Excellent Adventure" for YouTube personality Nigahiga.
In 1928 the new building at 1266 Poplar was completed and the official name is now Memphis Technical High School. At the main entrance there are four Corinthian columns, supporting a portico on the front. Certain elements from the old Van Vleet mansion were added to the site: Two stone lions at the east gate (They were moved to the entrance of the Memphis Zoo and more recently to a central place within the zoo), a great stone bench from the mansion's green house, and two huge classic urns at the top of the entrance steps. Indeed, the four columns and portico of Tech's entrance reflect the entrance of the Van Vleet mansion.
Lacy-Van Vleet House is a historic home located at Dryden in Tompkins County, New York. It was built about 1845 and is a -story, five-by-four-bay, frame residence representative of the transition from the Federal to Greek Revival style. It features Doric order porticoed porches on the front and side.
The first settler, Hartford Cargill, moved into the township section 36. Other early settlers settled in an area called Fletcher's Corners. Philander McLain's family settled in what is now the City of Swartz Creek. Ephraim Fletcher came to Gaines from New York in 1836 and settled on Van Vleet Road (section 16).
Applied Signal Technology (; also known as AST) is a provider of advanced intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) products, systems, and services, established in 1984 in Sunnyvale, California. Its 2009 revenue was $202.6 million with a profit of $22.9 million. Its current President and CEO is William B. Van Vleet III. AST serves the defense, intelligence, homeland security, and select commercial markets.
According to Rich Van Vleet, "What that band is doing, no one else is doing. ... Conor Oberst (of Bright Eyes) sort of does it, but way more in an emotional, self-loathing type way. ... It goes way beyond simple spoof. What Kids Against Combs are trying to do is awaken an entire generation and say, 'Gosh! Look around you! You have rights!'"
The band has consistently mentioned having a very DIY ethic when it comes to recording and releasing music with Max Steger as an producer / engineer, Tom Conrad as a designer and Sean Van Vleet as a writer. In 2014, the band's third full-length studio album, "Orphan", was produced by John Congleton and released on Island Records / Chop Shop Records.
In 1817, William McLean sold to Abram Van Vleet, a justice of the peace, and John Eddy (1762-1824). Later that year they took on William A. Camron (died 1838) as a partner. Eddy left that year, replaced by a man named Cunningham who did not last the year. In 1825, Van Vleet and Eddy sold to Anthony Howard Dunlavy, an attorney who served in the Ohio General Assembly and as Warren County prosecutor, and William A. Sellers, a member of the General Assembly in 1838. In 1827, they sold the paper to Camron and Jacob Morris, who was married to Dunlavy's sister and later was Warren County treasurer. In 1828, Camron sold to Dunlavy, who was partners with his brother-in-law until 1829 when Morris assumed sole control. Morris took on an apprentice circa 1830, William H. P. Denny. He became Morris's partner, and in 1834, sole owner.
Van Vleet remained loyal to his local Rockford Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) club team rather than accept offers to more high profile teams in Chicago. Van Vleet did not feel it would make a difference in his recruiting: "As long as you're leading whoever you're playing with, the coaches are going to see that. If they see you competing and winning with guys maybe I shouldn't be winning with, that's maybe even an advantage for me." He received basketball scholarship offers from Colorado State, Northern Illinois, Southern Illinois, Drake, Detroit and Kent State. His stepfather felt that he was being overlooked by many Chicago metropolitan area schools because of his decision not to join a Chicago AAU team. He cut his list down to Kent State, Northern Illinois and Wichita State. When he accepted an offer to play for Wichita State, he became the only member of the national class of 2012 top 150 to attend a Missouri Valley Conference school.