Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Noun1.Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - United States poet remembered for his long narrative poems (1807-1882)Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - United States poet remembered for his long narrative poems (1807-1882)
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With apologies to Henry Longfellow, in banking, the supreme excellence is Simplicity; and this is our intent-to guide the CFOs/Owners and upcoming corporate bankers, who reside in the space between SME and Large corporates.
ANSWERS: 1 MM; 2 Measles; 3 The Hoover Dam; 4 Anthracite; 5 The black olive is fully matured; 6 Edward Heath; 7 Vanity Fair; 8 Chicago; 9 The Lord Mayor of London; 10 Henry Longfellow.
Works by two famous 19th century poets were included in the programme: by Henry Longfellow with music composed by his little-known contemporary Ciro Pinsuti, and by the visionary poet William Blake in a modern setting by American composer Audrey Snyder.
Menken's admirers both before and since her tragic death have included Whitman, Doyle, Mark Twain, Henry Longfellow, Charles Dickens, Billy Rose, Jerome Kern, 'woman's director' George Cukor, Texas Governor Ann Richads, Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, and film star Michael York.