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  1. Mike Edwards (1948–2010, England, member of the Electric Light Orchestra) K. Fred Katz (1919–2013, United States, described as "the first real jazz cellist") M. Hugh McDowell (1953–2018, England, cellist with rock bands Electric Light Orchestra and ELO Part II) P. Oscar Pettiford (1922–1960, United States, bebop)

  2. A numerical rank is assigned to each of the 213 members initially elected to the 20th Congress. Other members, who were not the first person elected to a seat but who joined the House during the Congress, are not assigned a number. Eight representatives-elect were not sworn in. One resigned before the Congress started (DE-al:McLane).

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  4. The United States Congress is the bicameral legislature of the United States of America's federal government. It consists of two houses, the Senate and the House of Representatives, with members chosen through direct election. Congress has 535 voting members. The Senate has 100 voting officials, and the House has 435 voting officials, along ...

  5. Jan 10, 2022 · Here’s what that looked like on March 7, 1850. As Sen. Daniel Webster delivered a famous speech about slavery, more than 40 of the 106 congressmen listening owned human beings. Those ...

  6. François Rabbath. Born in 1931 in Aleppo, Syria into a musical family of nine children, François Rabbath discovered the double bass at the age of thirteen when one of his brothers brought an instrument home. He was permitted to try it and Rabbath fell in love. When the family moved to Beirut, Lebanon, Rabbath had no teacher.

  7. Aug 27, 2009 · The Senate in 1957 selected the “Triumvirate” of the first half of the 19th century–Henry Clay of Kentucky, Daniel Webster of Massachusetts, and John C. Calhoun of South Carolina, along with one progressive and one conservative in the first half of the 20th century–Robert La Follette, Sr. of Wisconsin and Robert Taft of Ohio.