Playing career of smith & locke concealed door closerSmith signed professionally for Dundee United in July 2014. He made his first team debut against Partick Thistle in a Scottish Premiership match on 10 May 2016.In January 2017, he was sent on loan to Scottish League Two side Montrose until the end of the 201617 season. He made his debut for Montrose in a 2-1 victory at home to Cowdenbeath where he was also sent off.Smith was given a first team chance for Dundee United in July 2017 due to injuries to other forwards. He scored his first goal for the club against Cowdenbeath in the Scottish League Cup, but an injury in training ruled him out of the subsequent Dundee derby and for the next six weeks. His first league goal for United came in a 21 defeat at Livingston in February 2018. A 20-yard strike he scored in a 3-1 victory against Queen of the South was voted Dundee United's goal of the 2017-2018 season at the club's annual awards. On 29 May 2018, it was announced that Smith had signed an extension to his contact at Dundee United until May 2020. The club's manager Csaba Lszl welcomed the news and commented Smith had 'shown he can be an essential player for us.On 15 August 2019, it was announced that Smith had joined Cove Rangers on loan until January 2020. Smith left Dundee United in January 2020 and signed for Irish club Waterford.------Personnel of smith & locke concealed door closerMichael W. Smith: piano, keyboards, organ, lead, and background vocalsPatrick Warren: additional keyboards, ChamberlinLindsay Jamieson: drumsLuis Conte: percussionJames Gregory: bass guitarRusty Anderson: guitarsBruce Gaitsch: guitarsPaul Moak: guitars, additional instrumentationJeremy Bose: accordionDavid Davidson: violinDemarco Johnson: harmonicaString arrangements by Jonathan Rathbone for Gettysburg MusicStrings performed by The Philharmonic Orchestra at The CSNO Studio (Prague, Czech Republic), conducted and produced by Joni McCabeChoir: Bethany Ballinger, Sampson Brueher, Lani Crump, Christina Deloach, Rebecca Kohl, JT Landry, Gabrielle Lehr, Michael Olson, Anna Smith, Emily Smith, and Whitney SmithProductionMatt Bronleewe producerMichael W. Smith executive producerRusty Varenkamp engineer, editingColin Heldt assistant engineerBrien Sager assistant engineerRoberto Bosquez assistant engineerJosh Bronleewe additional editing (11)Dark Horse Recording Studio, Franklin, Tennessee recording locationTrack Record, North Hollywood, Califonria additional recordingPentavarit, Nashville, Tennessee additional recordingBlue 42, Franklin, Tennessee additional recordingDeer Valley Studios, Franklin, Tennessee additional recordingShane Wilson mix engineerKip Kubin mix assistantDave Steunebrink mix coordination for Showdown ProductionsAlice Smith mix coordination for Showdown ProductionsDave Steunebrink production coordination Showdown ProductionsLani Crump production coordination Showdown ProductionsGeorge Marino mastering at Sterling Sound, New York CityRobert Ascroft photographyNatalia Bruschi hair and make-upEric Niemand stylistStephanie McBrayer art directionTim Parker art directionMichelle Pearson A&R production------Scholarship of smith & locke concealed door closerSmith's research explored the broad intersections between space, nature, social theory, and history. His dissertation at Johns Hopkins University was supposed to have been on urban processes, but was in fact a major theoretical treatise that became the book Uneven Development: Nature, Capital and the Production of Space (1984). In this major work of social theory, Smith proposed that uneven spatial development is a function of the procedural logic of capital markets; thus society and economies "produce" space.Smith is credited with convincing theories about the gentrification of the inner city as an economic process propelled by urban land prices and city land speculation, rather than by cultural preferences for living in the city; his seminal article "Toward a Theory of Gentrification: A Back to the City Movement by Capital, not People" (1979) has been cited over 300 times.Smith's curiosity about why such critical study of space and place came so late to the discipline of geography lead to his study of early 20th-century geographer Isaiah Bowman and the book American Empire: Roosevelt's Geographer and the Prelude to Globalization (2003), which traced America's rise to global power through geographical ignorance. The book won several awards, including the Henry Adams Prize of the Society for History in the Federal Government. Smith's critique of American-led, capitalist neoliberalism was further developed in The Endgame of Globalization (2005).------Phil Smith (Australian footballer) of smith & locke concealed door closerPhil Smith (15 October 1946 31 January 2010) was an Australian rules footballer who played for Geelong in the Victorian Football League (VFL), West Perth in the West Australian National Football League (WANFL) and Woodville Football Club in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL).Smith was recruited from Geelong Football League (GFL) club Newtown & Chilwell and, while making his senior VFL debut in 1968, he spent most of his time at Geelong in the reserves, making just four senior appearances in his first two seasons. Smith managed eight VFL games in the 1970 VFL season from which he kicked all of his 17 career goals.West Perth recruited Smith in 1971 and, playing as a full-forward, he was their leading-goalkicker for three successive seasons. He kicked 84 goals in 1973 to win the Bernie Naylor Medal but missed that year's WANFL Grand Final, which West Perth lost to Subiaco. Smith was however a member of the 1971 West Perth premiership team. He played at Woodville in 1974 and was their best forward with 53 goals.Smith died aged 63, on 31 January 2010, shortly after being diagnosed with cancer. He was the father of prolific Subiaco forward Brad Smith.------Ordained ministry of smith & locke concealed door closerWilliam Angie Smith entered the Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South in 1921 and was appointed the Pastor of the Kerrville, Texas M.E., S. Church, serving 1920-21. Subsequent appointments followed, including: Midland, Texas, 192123; Tulip St. Church, Nashville, 192426; Trinity Church, El Paso, 192630; First United Methodist Church, Shreveport, Louisiana, 193034; Mt. Vernon Place Church, Washington, D.C., 193436; First Church, Birmingham, Alabama, 193638; and First Church, Dallas, 1938-44. Rev. Smith also served as Acting President of Centenary College of Louisiana, 1932-33.Rev. Smith was a delegate to the Ecumenical Conference of 1931. He was elected a delegate from his Annual Conference to the General Conference of the M.E., S. Church in 1934 and 1938, and of The Methodist Church in 1944. He was a member of the South Central Jurisdictional Conference of The Methodist Church in 1940 and 1944. He was elected by the M.E., S. College of Bishops as a Fraternal Messenger of his denomination to the Methodist Protestant General Convention in 1936. Rev. Smith also was a clergy member of the Book Committee of the M.E., S. Church, 193439, and of the Board of Publication (and its Executive Committee) of The Methodist Church, 1939-44.------Josiah Smith (clergyman) of smith & locke concealed door closerJosiah Smith (1704 October 1781) was a clergyman in colonial South Carolina who championed the causes of the evangelical style of the Great Awakening and later American independence.Smith was born in Charleston, South Carolina into a prominent family. His grandfather, Thomas, was a landgrave and governor of the province of South Carolina. He spent most of his childhood in Bermuda with his father. Josiah graduated from Harvard in 1725. He received his ordination in 1726, returned to Charleston, and was successively pastor of Presbyterian churches in Bermuda, Cainhoy, and Charleston, South Carolina. In 1730, he became involved in a theological dispute with Rev. Hugh Fisher of Dorchester, South Carolina on the subject of subscription to the Westminster Confession of Faith as well as the right of the individual to private judgment. Both Smith and Fisher published sermons concerning the dispute. In 1740, he championed the cause of George Whitefield and invited him to preach from his pulpit after he was refused admission to the local Episcopalian church. In 1749, he had a stroke which left him unable to speak well; however, he continued to write and publish sermons.Rev. Smith sided with the rebelling colonists in the American Revolution. During the Siege of Charleston, he was taken as a war. He was later paroled, but ordered to Philadelphia where he died.------List of architectural works of smith & locke concealed door closerArchitectural works by, or attributed to, James Smith.Drumlanrig Castle, Dumfriesshire (16801690), for the Duke of Queensberry, possibly designed with Robert MylneKirk of the Canongate, Edinburgh (16881690)Chapel Royal at Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh (1688), destroyed by an anti-Catholic mob the same yearWhitehill, Musselburgh (c. 1690), Smith's own home, enlarged in the 18th century and now known as NewhailesMausoleum of George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh (1691), Greyfriars Kirkyard, EdinburghNewbattle Abbey, Midlothian (1693), advised the Earl of Lothian on alterationsHamilton Palace, Lanarkshire (16931701), for the Duchess of Hamilton. Extended in the 18th century and rebuilt in the 19th, the Palace was demolished in 1921.Raith House, Raith Estate, Kirkcaldy, Fife (16921694)Traquair House, Borders (16951699), alterationsDurisdeer Church, and Queensberry Aisle, DumfriesshireMonument to William Douglas, Duke of Hamilton (16341694), in Bothwell Church, Lanarkshire (1695)Old Surgeons' Hall, Edinburgh (16961697)Melville House, Fife (16971700), for the Earl of MelvilleYester House, East Lothian (17011715), with Alexander McGill for the Marquess of Tweeddale, altered in the 18th centuryDalkeith House, Midlothian (17021710), major rebuilding for Anne, Duchess of BuccleuchYester Parish Church, Gifford, East Lothian (1710), attributed to Smith and McGillDupplin Castle, Perthshire (17201725), for the Earl of Kinnoull, destroyed by fire in 1827Smith's Land, High Street, Edinburgh (unknown date), later known as Paisley's Close------Mark W. Smith of smith & locke concealed door closerMark W. Smith (born September 4, 1968, in Cheverly, Maryland) is the New York Times bestselling author of several books, a former professor of law, and the founding partner of a Rockefeller Center-based law firm in New York City. Smith is a regular political and legal commentator in the national media and is a former semi-professional baseball player.Mark is a trial lawyer and conservative writer. He is the author of Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy (2004), and of Disrobed: The New Battle Plan to Break the Left's Stranglehold on the Courts (2007).Graduating from New York University in 1995, Smith is currently a trial lawyer in private practice in New York City. He has previously served as a public interest lawyer representing a variety of clients (such as a case in 1997 about hair-braiding regulations in New York), many of whom alleged infringements upon their Constitutional rights. He has also been an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Kansas Law School, where he taught a course on American laws with respect to firearms ownership, and clerked for a federal judge.------Ninth Circuit nominations and confirmation of smith & locke concealed door closerSmith was nominated by President George W. Bush to two different vacancies on the Ninth Circuit before eventually being confirmed. The first nomination, on December 16, 2005, was to fill the vacancy left by Judge Stephen S. Trott. However, after opposition from California's U.S. Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, who argued that Smith, an Idahoan, had been nominated to a "California seat", his nomination stalled in the 109th Congress.Following the Democratic Party takeover of the United States Senate in the aftermath of the November 2006 elections, and the withdrawal of fellow Ninth Circuit nominee William Gerry Myers III, Bush resubmitted Smith's name to the 110th Congress on January 16, 2007. The new nomination was to the seat left open by Idaho Judge Thomas G. Nelson, then on senior status, resulting in Smith's confirmation on February 15, 2007, by a vote of 940, over a year after his original nomination. He assumed senior status on August 11, 2018.Smith was the seventh and final judge appointed by Bush to the Ninth Circuit, and the first Article III judge confirmed by the Senate of the 110th Congress.