Myles Standish


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Noun1.Myles Standish - English colonist in AmericaMyles Standish - English colonist in America; leader of the Pilgrims in the early days of the Plymouth Colony (1584-1656)
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JLL Income Property Trust (NASDAQ:ZIPTAX) (NASDAQ:ZIPTMX) (NASDAQ:ZIPIAX) (NASDAQ:ZIPIMX) disclosed on Monday the acquisition of Taunton Distribution Center in Myles Standish Industrial Park in Greater Boston for USD25.7m.
The two-story, 59,000-square-foot facility is located within the Myles Standish Business Park.
| 1620: The 101 Pilgrim Fathers set sail from Plymouth in the Mayflower, captained by Myles Standish.
1620: The 101 Pilgrim Fathers set sail from Plymouth in the Mayflower, captained by Myles Standish. 1847: The United Shakespeare Company bought the house in which Shakespeare was born at Stratfordupon-Avon in Warwickshire for PS3,000.
Myles Standish Hall and the adjoining annex, which were originally constructed in the 1920s, will be modernized during a three-phase, 30-month renovation that is set to begin this spring.
The news this week also included a report on the death of approximately 100,000 red pine trees in Plymouth's Myles Standish State Forest -- victims of scale insects that are believed to have arrived in this country on exotic trees in 1939.
In October 1942, Goode was transferred to Camp Myles Standish in Taunton, Massachusetts and reunited with Chaplains John Washington, a Catholic priest; Clark Poling, a Dutch Reformed minister; and George Fox, a Methodist minister—all of whom were Goode's classmates at Harvard.
One was Myles Standish, the commander of the Mayflower.
Its 102 passengers and 25-30 crew members, including physicians Myles Standish and Samuel Fuller, would probably be rather surprised at how far medicine has progressed.
1620: The 101 'Pilgrim Fathers' set sail from Plymouth in the Mayflower, captained by Myles Standish - only 37 of them were 'Saints' seeking religious freedom, the rest being ordinary colonists or 'Strangers'.
She notes, for example, that those who most contributed to bodily survival (for example, Thomas Morton or Myles Standish) were often those whose physical vigor was more outwardly visible than their inner piety.
Inactivated: 26 November 1945 at Camp Myles Standish, Massachusetts