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Tim Calkins is an author, consultant and clinical professor of Marketing at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management specializing in topics including Marketing Strategy, Biomedical Marketing, and branding.

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Mary Whiton Calkins American psychologist & scholar

Mary Whiton Calkins was an American philosopher and psychologist. Calkins was also the first woman to become president of the American Psychological Association and the American Philosophical Association.

Brad Armstrong (wrestler) American professional wrestler

Robert Bradley James was an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Brad Armstrong. He is best known for his appearances with the promotion World Championship Wrestling in the 1990s. He was the son of wrestler "Bullet Bob" Armstrong and brother to professional wrestlers Steve, Scott and Brian.

Ed Lewis (wrestler) American wrestler

Robert Herman Julius Friedrich, better known by the ring name Ed "Strangler" Lewis, was an American professional wrestler.

Blaine F. Calkins is a Conservative Member of Parliament in the House of Commons of Canada. He represents the riding of Red Deer—Lacombe in Alberta.

Homer D. Calkins American environmentlaist

Homer D. Calkins was an American environmentalist who became a leading voice in the effort to save native habitat in Hardin County. He worked to develop county parks that met needs from plug-in campers to untouched wilderness areas. He was instrumental in delaying construction of a rerouted U.S. Highway 20 through the Iowa River Greenbelt in Hardin County, Iowa. Calkins received posthumous awards from the Iowa Wildlife Federation and the Iowa Wildlife Rehabilitators Association praising his long relationship to nature.

William H. Calkins American politician

William Henry Calkins was a U.S. Representative from Indiana.

Tony Silipini is an American retired professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Tony Marino.

The Herald-Standard is a daily newspaper in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, and it has a circulation of 30,000. The newspaper and the newspaper’s website, Heraldstandard.com - Uniontown Newspapers, Inc., are owned by Ogden Newspapers.

The Burlington County Times is a daily newspaper located in Willingboro Township, New Jersey, U.S. The Burlington County Times is owned by GateHouse Media.

Calkins Media, Inc. was a media company. Established in 1937, Calkins Media brands included daily newspapers and digital sites in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, a weekly newspaper in South Dade, Fla., and broadcast stations located in Huntsville, Ala., Tallahassee and Sarasota, Fla. Corporate and digital headquarters were located in Bucks County, Pa.

Timothy R. Calkins Jr. was an American professional wrestler, known by his ring name Tim Arson, who worked in the Puerto Rican-based New Wrestling Stars and World Wrestling Council, as well as American and Puerto Rican independent promotions. In 2006, he appeared as The Zombie on the debut episode of World Wrestling Entertainment's ECW on Sci Fi television show.

John Baptiste Calkin was an English composer, organist and music teacher.

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C.C. Calkins was a small steamboat built in 1890 which served on Lake Washington.

Disappearances of Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos

Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos went missing in 2004 and 2003, respectively, under similar circumstances in Naples, Florida. Both men were last seen being arrested by Steve Calkins, then a deputy in the Collier County Sheriff's Department, for driving without a license. Calkins claims he changed his mind about both arrests and last saw the men after he dropped them at Circle K convenience stores.

A Dangerous Adventure is a 1937 American drama film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

Calkins Peak mountain in United States of America

Calkins Peak, is a peak also known as Calkens, O'Calkens Peak, Caulkens Peak, and O'Caulkens Peak. At an elevation of 11,487 feet (3,501 m) above sea level it is the second highest peak in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho. The peak is located in Sawtooth National Recreation Area in Custer County about 5.75 mi (9.25 km) north-northwest of Castle Peak, its line parent. It is the 46th highest peak in Idaho, and it is located about 0.5 mi (0.80 km) north-northeast of White Cloud Peak 9 and 1 mi (1.6 km) north-northwest of D. O. Lee Peak. Calkins Peak is directly north of Slide Lake, northwest of Sheep Lake, and southwest of Tin Cup Lake. Calkins Peak is named for Stephen Calkins (1842–1922), a prospector who established lode claims in the area.

Big Time Wrestling (Detroit)

Big Time Wrestling was a professional wrestling promotion headquartered in Detroit, Michigan in the United States.

Big Time Wrestling was a professional wrestling promotion headquartered in San Francisco, California in the United States. Founded by "Professor" Roy Shire (1921–1992) in 1960, the promotion emerged as one of the most profitable in the United States thanks to its "red hot angles" and "good TV". The promotion's heartland was the San Francisco Bay Area, with the Cow Palace as its core venue, but it also ran regular shows in cities including Fresno, Las Vegas, Oakland, San Jose, and Sacramento. Shire folded the promotion in 1981.

The Bucks County Courier Times is a daily newspaper located in Levittown, Pennsylvania, founded in In 1954 when Calkins Newspapers, Inc. purchased the Bristol Courier, and later merged with the Levittown Times.