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 (ăd′əmz), Charles Samuel 1912-1988.
American cartoonist known for the macabre humor and Gothic settings of his cartoons, many of which first appeared in the New Yorker.


, Jane 1860-1935.
American social reformer and pacifist who founded Hull House (1889), a care and education center for the poor of Chicago. She shared the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize.


(Biography) Jane. 1860–1935, US social reformer, feminist, and pacifist, who founded Hull House, a social settlement in Chicago: Nobel peace prize 1931


(ˈæd əmz)

Jane, 1860–1935, U.S. social worker: Nobel peace prize 1931.
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Splitz & Sequins Dance Academy |doing The Addams Family
Often compared and, even, confused with its CBS rival The Munsters, The Addams Family was the most wonderful and weird without a doubt.
Jane Addams reminds us, "True peace is not merely the absence of war, it is the presence of justice.
The work under this Contract is to be performed on: the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway from Mile Post 61.
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The Addams Family was created by American cartoonist Charles Addams and first made an appearance in The New Yorker in 1938.
The story recounts every father's worst nightmare - only worse of course as this is The Addams Family after all - with princess of darkness Wednesday Addams now grown up and having fallen in love with someone the family won't approve of.
After starring in 1993's Addams Family Values, she became disillusioned with her education and began attending The Professional Children's School - one of her classmates was Macaulay Culkin.
On The Addams Family theme the guests sat at tables named after Morticia, Gomez, Pugsley and other characters from the quirky 1960s comedy.
Jane Addams (1860-1935) was a leading statesperson in an era when few imagined such possibilities for women.
20 Newbury Morticia Addams is the fictional matriarch of The Addams Family, which was created by cartoonist Charles Addams.
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