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Bul·finch

 (bo͝ol′fĭnch′), Charles 1763-1844.
American architect whose major works include the Massachusetts State House in Boston (1798) and the completion of the US Capitol (1830).

Bulfinch

, Thomas 1796-1867.
American writer known for his books popularizing Greek, Roman, Scandinavian, and Celtic mythology.
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Bul•finch

(ˈbʊlˌfɪntʃ)

n.
1. Charles, 1763–1844, U.S. architect.
2. his son, Thomas, 1796–1867, U.S. author and mythologist.
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Then he stumbled upon Gayley's "Classic Myths" and Bulfinch's "Age of Fable," side by side on a library shelf.
She had given him understanding even more than Bulfinch and Gayley.
Astronomy and physics were represented, and I remarked Bulfinch's Age of Fable, Shaw's History of English and American Literature, and Johnson's Natural History in two large volumes.
Construction on the office tower portion of the Bulfinch Crossing project is slated to be completed by the end of 2022.
Harrison Street partnered with the Bulfinch Companies, Inc., a Boston-based, private commercial real-estate investment, development and management firm, and a subsidiary of MIT, which retained a partial interest in the property.
Growing up, I had a copy of Bulfinch's Mythology (1867).
From the beginning, the design team, including architecture firm Shepley Bulfinch (Boston), worked extensively with NICU staff, contractor Turner Construction (Shelton, Conn.), and hospital administrators to develop a phasing and logistics plan that addressed everyone's goals and expectations.
In July of 1811, CHARLES BULFINCH, architect of both the Massachusetts State House and the first completed dome of the U.S.
UnCommon, the student housing complex in Eugene developed by CA Student Living and designed by Shepley Bulfinch, has received LEED Gold Certification from the US Green Building Council.
Needham, MA, April 03, 2015 --(PR.com)-- RK Centers has acquired 50 Cabot Street in Needham, Massachusetts from an affiliate of The Bulfinch Companies for $9,875,000.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Make-A-Wish Foundation, One Bulfinch Place, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02114.