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You're My Thrill (Doris Day Album) - Legacy Information
... One of the tracks, "Bewitched, Bothered Bewildered", was also issued as a single (Columbia catalog number 38698, 7" LP 1-480), reaching #9 on the Billboard ... Columbia 38698/1-480 combined "Bewitched" with "Imagination," a track recorded in 1947 and previously released on Columbia 38423 ... In 1951, Columbia issued this album as a boxed set of 45 rpm records as B-189 ...
1858 In Canada - Events
... Fraser Canyon Gold Rush starts, leading to the creation of the Colony of British Columbia on the Mainland and igniting the Fraser Canyon War ... who had been in the California goldfields arrive in British Columbia, attracted by the Fraser River Gold rush, joining French Canadians, M├ętis, Hawaiians and others already in the area who abandoned regular ... from California move to Victoria, British Columbia by invitation of Governor James Douglas as part of the gold rush migration ...
... own language Okanagan language Canada Okanagan (also Okanagan Valley), a region of British Columbia Okanagan Basin, watershed in British Columbia and Washington ...
Young Man With A Horn (soundtrack)
... Young Man with a Horn is a 10" LP album, released by Columbia Records as CL-6106 on March 13, 1950, featuring trumpeter Harry James and singer Doris Day performing songs initially recorded for the ... It was simultaneously released as a 78 rpm album set, Columbia C-198, and when Columbia finally began to release 45s about a year or so later it appeared as a boxed ...
Inland Northwest (United States) - Geography
... foothills of the Wallowa Mountains to the south, southeast, and encompasses the Columbia river basin (or Columbia Plateau) ... sweeping areas of semi-arid steppe, part of which has been irrigated due to the Columbia Basin Project, resulting in expansive farmland in central Washington ... ("The Lilac City"), is located near where the arid, and largely unforested Columbia plateau meets the lush forests of the Selkirk Mountains ...

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    Although there is no universal agreement as to a definition of life, its biological manifestations are generally considered to be organization, metabolism, growth, irritability, adaptation, and reproduction.
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    The young women, what can they not learn, what can they not achieve, with Columbia University annex thrown open to them? In this great outlook for women’s broader intellectual development I see the great sunburst of the future.
    M. E. W. Sherwood (1826–1903)