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Men's Triple Jump World Records - Track and Field - About.com
jonathan-edwards-clive-mason-1995-WC.jpg - Clive Mason. Jonathan Edwards takes off on his world record 18.29-meter triple jump in 1995. Clive Mason/Getty ...
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Introduction to the Triple Jump - Track and Field - About.com
Jonathan Edwards of Great Britain executed the first legal (non wind-aided) 18- meter triple jump at the 1995 World Championships in Goteborg, Sweden, ...
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/triplejump/p/Introtriplejump.htm
Teddy Tamgho: Profile of Triple Jumper Teddy Tamgho
The first time he met Jonathan Edwards, in 2009, Tamgho announced that he would eventually top Edwards' outdoor triple jump record of 18.29/60-0. Edwards ...
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/triplejump/p/Teddy-Tamgho-Indoor-Triple-Jump-Record-Holder.htm
Jonathan Edwards Biography - Reformed Church Pioneer
Jonathan Edwards, a fiery preacher, pioneer in the Reformed Church, and major figure in the First Great Awakening, greatly influenced modern religion.
http://christianity.about.com/od/unitedchurchofchrist/a/jonathanedwards.htm
The Great Awakening (U.S. Religious Revival) - Overview
Jonathan Edwards was a key American revivalist during the Great Awakening who preached for close to ten years in New England. He emphasized a personal  ...
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Biography: Edwards, Jonathan - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Glossary of Religion and Philosophy - Short Biography of Jonathan Edwards.
http://atheism.about.com/library/glossary/western/bldef_edwardsjonathan.htm
United Church of Christ Denomination Overview - Christianity
Prominent Founders: Robert Browne, William Brewster, John Cotton, Anne Hutchinson, Cotton Mather, Jonathan Edwards.
http://christianity.about.com/od/unitedchurchofchrist/a/uccprofile.htm
Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) American writer - Classic Literature
(1703-1758) American writer. Jonathan Edwards wrote The Freedom of the Will, among other works. He was the third President of Princeton.
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City Upon a Hill: Colonial American Literature - Classic Literature
Cotton Mather published some 450 books and pamphlets, based on his sermons and religious beliefs; Jonathan Edwards is famous for his sermon, "Sinners in ...
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Jeremiad - Definition and Examples of Literary Devices
These narratives have traditionally been told in vivid language by prophets and Puritan preachers, such as Jeremiah himself and Jonathan Edwards, who ...
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