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Book Description: Karger Vlg., 1996. Broschiert. Book Condition: Sehr gut. 337 S., IV. Gebraucht, aber gut erhalten. - ISSN 0301-3006. - 4 Hefte. (Kompletter Jahrgang). - Nr. 1 -- Nachruf -- CA. Meier -- Dieckmann, U.; Dieckmann, H. (Berlin) -- Originalarbeiten -- Über die Schwierigkeit, die Anima als hilfreiches Objekt zu sehen. Zur Kritik und klinischen Relevanz der Archetypentheorie Raffay, A. (Hamburg) -- Was nur der Teufel weiss. Der Teufel mit den drei goldenen Haaren -- Claras, I, (Stuttgart) -- Tagungsberichte -- Frühjahrstagung der DGAP im Kloster Seeon, Bericht über das Wochenendseminar -- Schimkus, M. (Nürnberg) -- Kongress für Analytische Psychologie in Zürich -- Jung, E. (Berlin) -- Buchbesprechungen Kontroverse -- Flötlilied. Glosse zu Wolfgang Giegerichs -- "Blockflötenklängen" -- Paira, G. (Murr) -- Vorankündigungen Nr. 2 -- Würdigung -- Laudatio für Toni Frey -- Guggenbühl-Craig, A. (Zürich) -- Originalarbeiten -- Überwindung der "Grossen Mutter" gemäss CG. Jung und E. Neumann -- In einer Serie von 24 Träumen bei gleichzeitigem -- Schwinden von Aufwachmigräne -- Beyme, F. (Basel) -- Bewusstwerden des typologischen Umschwungs in -- den "Exerzitien" des Ignatius von Loyola -- Frick, E. (München) -- CG. Jung, Hans Trüb und die "Psychosynthese" (Teil 1) -- Bishop, P. (Glasgow) -- Diskussionsforum -- Forschen müssen? Anmerkungen zu W. Keller: Wirkfaktoren in der Analytischen Psychologie aus der Sicht CG. Jungs und der empirischen Psychotherapieforschung -- Höhfeld, K. (Berlin) -- Briefwechsel -- Irene Vetter-Lüscher (Zürich) - Fred Plaut (Berlin) Vorankündigungen Nr. 3 -- Nachruf -- Susan Ruth Bach -- Frey-Welirlin, CT. (Zürich) -- Originalarbeiten -- Der Blick des Kindes. Kinder zeichnen die Situation ihrer Eltern und Familien Bach, S.R. (London) -- CG. Jung, Hans Trüb und die "Psychosynthese" (Teil 2) -- Bishop, P. (Glasgow) -- "Reduktive" Analyse im Lichte moderner Kleinkindforschung -- Jacoby, M. (Zollikon) -- Analytikerin und Analysand in der erotischen Übertragung -- Covington, C. (London) -- Weibliche Perversionen - Szenen und Strategien -- Springer, A. (Berlin) Nr. 4 -- Originalarbeiten -- Arbeit am Verstehen -- Der Beitrag von Hans Dieckmann zur Analytischen Psychologie -- Bovensiepen, G. (Köln) -- "Vaterkörper" - Der Dritte in der Triangulierung am Beispiel männlicher Identitätsfindung -- Ware, R.C. (Kohlberg) -- Männerträumerei - männliche Identität und kollektives Unbewusstes -- Hajek, R. (Stuttgart) -- Homosexualität aus der Sicht der Analytischen Psychologie -- Roser, M. (Stuttgart) -- Buchbesprechungen -- Tagungsbericht -- Psychoanalytiker nehmen Stellung -- von der Tann, M. (Berlin) -- Vorankündigungen. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 700. Bookseller Inventory # 963271

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Footballers at the 1924 Summer Olympics

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x3 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 53. Chapters: Football at the 1924 Summer Olympics - Men's team squads, Béla Guttmann, Gianpiero Combi, José Andrade, Ricardo Zamora, Josep Samitier, Henryk Reyman, Jules Dewaquez, József Eisenhoffer, Héctor Scarone, José Nasazzi, Zeki Riza Sporel, Jimmy Douglas, Dinny Hannon, Rudolf Wetzer, Jack McCarthy, Gyula Mándi, Pedro Cea, Umberto Caligaris, Arvids Jurgens, Tommy Muldoon, Charlie Dowdall, Ferenc Hirzer, Pedro Petrone, Joe Kendrick, Sr., Slavin Cindric, József Braun, Mihai Tänzer, Virginio Rosetta, Emil PerSka, Nihat Bekdik, Ángel Romano, Adolfo Baloncieri, Voldemars Plade, Józef Kaluza, Árpád Weisz, Andrés Mazali, György Orth, DuSan Petkovic, Andy Straden, Artur Dubravcic, Paddy Duncan, Gerrit Visser, Mario Magnozzi, Harry Farrell, Harry Dénis, Dragutin Vragovic, Putte Kock, Arkadijs Pavlovs, Waclaw Kuchar, Karel PeSek, Rudolf Rupec, William Findlay, Florimond Vanhalme, Dragan Jovanovic, Rudolf Jeny, Edvins Barda, Edward Hart, Károly Fogl, Santos Urdinarán, Sven Rydell, Mehmet Leblebi, Fermín Uriarte, Pasarín, Albin Dahl, Emil Seifert, Hussein Hegazi, Zoilo Saldombide, Arthur Rudd, Giovanni De Prà, György Molnár, Per Kaufeldt, Bertie Kerr, Ottavio Barbieri, Robert Pache, Raymond Hornberger, Max Abegglen, Renzo De Vecchi, Ceslavs Stanciks, Jean Batmale, Eduard Ellman-Eelma, Virgilio Levratto, Édouard Crut, Paul Nicolas, Jean De Bie, Louis Van Hege, Zoltán Blum, Johnny Murray, Kees Pijl, Pierre Chayriguès, Walter Dietrich, Leopoldo Conti, Irving Davis, Arnold Pihlak, Aage Brix, José María Belauste, Arvids Barda, Hans Pulver, Karl Gustafsson, Leon Sperling, Ernie Crawford, Dragutin Vrduka, Carl Johnson, Stjepan Vrbancic, József Takács, Maurice Cottenet, Antonio Urdinarán, Pauls Sokolovs, Luigi Burlando, Alfredo Zibechi, Zdzislaw Styczen, Pedro Arispe, Dragutin Friedrich, Burke Jones, Giuseppe Aliberti, Rudolfs Barda, Christy Robinson, Sam Dalrymple, Raymond Dubly, Antonio Bruna, Jan de Natris, José Vidal, Maurice Gillis, Evert van Linge, Wawrzyniec Cyl, Mario Ardissone, Gastone Baldi, Dragutin Babic, Tadeusz Synowiec, Alfredo Ghierra, Tore Keller, Désiré Bastin, Gejus van der Meulen, Henri Bard, Jakes Mulholland, Bekir Refet, Mieczyslaw Batsch, Oscar van Rappard, Ludwik Gintel, Herbert Wells, Fred O'Conner, Marian Spoida, Ben Verweij, Edmond Kramer, Sten Mellgren, Ber Groosjohan, Oscar Verbeeck, Pedro Vallana, Armand Swartenbroeks, William Demko, Joseph Musch, Károly Zsák, André Fierens, Humberto Tomasina, Rudolf Ramseyer, Adolphe Mengotti, Émile Hanse, Henri Larnoe, Robert Coppée, José Naya, Fritjof Hillén, Sigfrid Lindberg, Paul Fässler, Sven Friberg, Harry Sundberg, Paul Sturzenegger, Aron Pollitz, Karl Ehrenbolger, August Oberhauser, Adolphe Reymond, Paul Schmiedlin, Félix Bédouret, Antonio Janni, Gunnar Holmberg, Charles Brommesson, Gustaf Carlsson, Thorsten Svensson, Evert Lundquist, Axel Alfredsson, Konrad Hirsch, Sven Lindqvist, Juan Monjardín, Joseph Koetz. Excerpt: Head coach: William Maxwell Head coach: Leopold Nitsch 7 players ( , Denev, Kraptchanski, Lutzkanov, Stavrev, V. Stoyanov, Tzvetkov) were included in the formal application, but due to financial constraints, the Bulgarian Football Union, in Paris did not come Head coach: Jaroslav Bezecný Head coach: Abaza Sayed Fahmy: In the lists of FIFA - the player Sayed ABAZA played in tournaments of 1920 and 1928 The same player in a football tournament in 1924 was in the reserve team in Egypt. Everywhere on the sites FIFA writing given to the pla. 56 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155195384

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Football at the 1924 Summer Olympics

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x3 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 55. Chapters: Footballers at the 1924 Summer Olympics, Football at the 1924 Summer Olympics - Men's team squads, Béla Guttmann, Gianpiero Combi, José Andrade, Ricardo Zamora, Josep Samitier, Henryk Reyman, Jules Dewaquez, József Eisenhoffer, Héctor Scarone, José Nasazzi, Zeki Riza Sporel, Jimmy Douglas, Dinny Hannon, Rudolf Wetzer, Jack McCarthy, Gyula Mándi, 1923 South American Championship, Pedro Cea, Umberto Caligaris, Arvids Jurgens, Tommy Muldoon, Charlie Dowdall, Ferenc Hirzer, Pedro Petrone, Joe Kendrick, Sr., Slavin Cindric, József Braun, Mihai Tänzer, Virginio Rosetta, Emil PerSka, Nihat Bekdik, Ángel Romano, Adolfo Baloncieri, Voldemars Plade, Józef Kaluza, Árpád Weisz, Andrés Mazali, György Orth, DuSan Petkovic, Andy Straden, Artur Dubravcic, Paddy Duncan, Gerrit Visser, Mario Magnozzi, Harry Farrell, Harry Dénis, Dragutin Vragovic, Putte Kock, Arkadijs Pavlovs, Waclaw Kuchar, Karel PeSek, Rudolf Rupec, William Findlay, Florimond Vanhalme, Dragan Jovanovic, Rudolf Jeny, Edvins Barda, Edward Hart, Károly Fogl, Santos Urdinarán, Sven Rydell, Mehmet Leblebi, Fermín Uriarte, Pasarín, Albin Dahl, Emil Seifert, Hussein Hegazi, Zoilo Saldombide, Arthur Rudd, Giovanni De Prà, György Molnár, Per Kaufeldt, Bertie Kerr, Ottavio Barbieri, Robert Pache, Raymond Hornberger, Max Abegglen, Renzo De Vecchi, Ceslavs Stanciks, Jean Batmale, Eduard Ellman-Eelma, Virgilio Levratto, Édouard Crut, Paul Nicolas, Jean De Bie, Louis Van Hege, Zoltán Blum, Johnny Murray, Kees Pijl, Pierre Chayriguès, Walter Dietrich, Leopoldo Conti, Irving Davis, Arnold Pihlak, Aage Brix, José María Belauste, Arvids Barda, Hans Pulver, Karl Gustafsson, Leon Sperling, Ernie Crawford, Dragutin Vrduka, Carl Johnson, Stjepan Vrbancic, József Takács, Maurice Cottenet, Antonio Urdinarán, Pauls Sokolovs, Luigi Burlando, Alfredo Zibechi, Zdzislaw Styczen, Pedro Arispe, Dragutin Friedrich, Burke Jones, Giuseppe Aliberti, Rudolfs Barda, Christy Robinson, Sam Dalrymple, Raymond Dubly, Antonio Bruna, Jan de Natris, José Vidal, Maurice Gillis, Evert van Linge, Wawrzyniec Cyl, Mario Ardissone, Gastone Baldi, Dragutin Babic, Tadeusz Synowiec, Alfredo Ghierra, Tore Keller, Désiré Bastin, Gejus van der Meulen, Henri Bard, Jakes Mulholland, Bekir Refet, Mieczyslaw Batsch, Oscar van Rappard, Ludwik Gintel, Herbert Wells, Fred O'Conner, Marian Spoida, Ben Verweij, Edmond Kramer, Sten Mellgren, Ber Groosjohan, Oscar Verbeeck, Pedro Vallana, Armand Swartenbroeks, William Demko, Joseph Musch, Károly Zsák, André Fierens, Humberto Tomasina, Rudolf Ramseyer, Adolphe Mengotti, Émile Hanse, Henri Larnoe, Robert Coppée, José Naya, Fritjof Hillén, Sigfrid Lindberg, Paul Fässler, Sven Friberg, Harry Sundberg, Paul Sturzenegger, Aron Pollitz, Karl Ehrenbolger, August Oberhauser, Adolphe Reymond, Paul Schmiedlin, Félix Bédouret, Antonio Janni, Gunnar Holmberg, Charles Brommesson, Gustaf Carlsson, Thorsten Svensson, Evert Lundquist, Axel Alfredsson, Konrad Hirsch, Sven Lindqvist, Juan Monjardín, Joseph Koetz. Excerpt: Head coach: William Maxwell Head coach: Leopold Nitsch 7 players ( , Denev, Kraptchanski, Lutzkanov, Stavrev, V. Stoyanov, Tzvetkov) were included in the formal application, but due to financial constraints, the Bulgarian Football Union, in Paris did not come Head coach: Jaroslav Bezecný Head coach: Abaza Sayed Fahmy: In the lists of FIFA - the player Sayed ABAZA played in tournaments of 1920 and 1928 The same player in a football tournament in . 56 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156099025

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Principles of Psychology. A systematic text in the science of behavior. (= The Century Psychology Series).

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United States district court judges appointed by Richard Nixon

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 72. Chapters: Nauman Scott, Harlington Wood, Jr., Clifford Scott Green, Tom Stagg, Whitman Knapp, William H. Webster, William Steger, Samuel Pailthorpe King, Barron Patterson McCune, Otto Richard Skopil, Jr., Herbert Jay Stern, William C. Conner, Kevin Duffy, Edwin L. Mechem, Robert L. Carter, Frederick Bernard Lacey, Hiram Emory Widener, Jr., Prentice Marshall, John Feikens, Alfred Goodwin, Lawrence W. Pierce, James Lawrence King, David W. Williams, Richard Owen, Henry Frederick Werker, Sam C. Pointer, Jr., Raymond J. Broderick, Solomon Blatt, Jr., Donald S. Voorhees, Cornelia Groefsema Kennedy, William Horsley Orrick, Jr., Edward Roy Becker, Charles Robert Richey, William Matthew Byrne, Jr., Leonard I. Garth, James Franklin Battin, Joseph Wilson Morris, R. James Harvey, Charles L. Brieant, Jon O. Newman, Malcolm M. Lucas, John Clifford Wallace, Albert J. Engel, Jr., Robert W. Warren, John H. Wood, Jr., Joseph F. Weis, Jr., Ralph Francis Scalera, Gerald Bard Tjoflat, James M. Burns, Thomas P. Griesa, Robert Vernon Denney, Joseph Louis Tauro, Levin H. Campbell, Murray Gurfein, Robert J. Kelleher, Harry W. Wellford, Robert B. Krupansky, William Joseph Bauer, Norman Charles Roettger, Jr., William Brevard Hand, James L. Oakes, Richard Paul Matsch, Garnett Thomas Eisele, William Terrell Hodges, Kenneth Keller Hall, John A. Reed, Jr., Wendell Alverson Miles, Samuel Conti, Philip Willis Tone, Anthony A. Alaimo, James Stuart Holden, Herbert Allan Fogel, Dennis Raymond Knapp, Leroy John Contie, Jr., Charles Wycliffe Joiner, Clarkson Sherman Fisher, Walter Jay Skinner, Robert Foster Chapman, Thomas Collier Platt Jr., John Joseph Kitchen, Robert Howard Schnacke, Peter T. Fay, Paul Benson, Hubert Irving Teitelbaum, Andrew Wendell Bogue, John Berne Hannum, Henry Curtis Meanor, Barrington D. Parker, Joseph Leo McGlynn, Jr., Robert Morton Duncan, James Clinkscales Hill, Bruce Marion Van Sickle, Spencer Mortimer Williams, William Corwin Stuart, Eldon Brooks Mahon, Daniel Henry Huyett III, Robert Dixon Herman, George Herbert Barlow, Frank Harlan Freedman, John William Ditter, Jr., Robert Firth, Howard Boyd Turrentine, Marshall Allen Neill, Murray Merle Schwartz, Albert Vickers Bryan Jr., John Francis Nangle, Charles Byron Renfrew, Frank James McGarr, Earl Eugene O'Connor, Robert Edward Varner, Clarence Charles Newcomer, Sherman Glenn Finesilver, Hiram Hamilton Ward, Robert William Porter, Hernan Gregorio Pesquera, Morell Edward Sharp, Harris Kenneth Wangelin, James L. Foreman, Charles Mengel Allen, Thomas Aquinas Flannery, Thomas Roberts McMillen, Leland Chris Nielsen, Nicholas Joseph Walinski, Jr., Lawrence Tupper Lydick, Herbert Frazier Murray, Vincent Pasquale Biunno, Leland Clure Morton, James Henry Gorbey, Mark Americus Costantino, Owen DeVol Cox, Richard A. Dier, J. Blaine Anderson, Richard Cameron Freeman, Robert Edward DeMascio, Charles Stanley Blair, Arnold Bauman, William Clark O'Kelley, Franklin Taylor Dupree Jr., Philip Pratt, Charles E. Stewart, Jr., Aldon Junior Anderson, Jose Victor Toledo, Richard Wellington McLaren, Wilbur Dawson Owens Jr., Philip Charles Wilkins, Fred M. Winner, Robert Madden Hill, William C. Frey, Louis Charles Bechtle, Carl Bernard Rubin, Daniel John Snyder, Jr., Walter King Stapleton, Allen Sharp, Clifton Rhodes Bratcher, Albert Wheeler Coffrin, David Lycurgus Middlebrooks, Jr., David Dortch Warriner, Donald D. Alsop, Charles Allen Moye Jr., Gordon Thompson, Jr., Walter Th. 72 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155653730

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Cleveland Indians coaches

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 75. Chapters: Luke Sewell, Robby Thompson, Dave Duncan, Warren Spahn, Charlie Manuel, Eddie Murray, Muddy Ruel, Johnny Bassler, George Strickland, Rocky Colavito, Grady Little, Mike Hargrove, Harvey Haddix, Bob Lemon, Burt Shotton, Chuck Estrada, Bobby Bonds, Larry Doby, Scott Radinsky, Bill McKechnie, Jeff Torborg, Early Wynn, Luke Easter, Mel Harder, Billy Williams, Buddy Bell, Sandy Alomar, Jr., Eddie Stanky, Del Rice, Luke Appling, Dick Pole, Cot Deal, Wally Schang, Don McMahon, Hoot Evers, Earl Whitehill, Steve O'Neill, Jim Riggleman, Jack Aker, Tim Belcher, Elmer Valo, Dave Nelson, Al Simmons, Joe Lutz, José Morales, Toby Harrah, Joel Skinner, Del Baker, Brian Graham, Jack Sanford, Red Kress, Phil Regan, Jo-Jo White, Reggie Otero, Ted Uhlaender, Kerby Farrell, Tony Cuccinello, Mel McGaha, Johnny Lipon, Jeff Newman, Steve Smith, Ray Mueller, Doc Edwards, Ski Melillo, Ray Katt, Pat Mullin, Tim Tolman, Solly Hemus, Bobby Hofman, Luis Rivera, Joe Nossek, Mel Queen, Dave Garcia, Al Bumbry, Dan Williams, Chuck Hartenstein, Buster Mills, Carl Willis, Rick Adair, Johnny Goryl, Tony Pacheco, Mike Brown, Jim Davenport, George Susce, George Uhle, Fred Koenig, Tommy McCraw, Salty Parker, Tom Spencer, Ted Wilks, Dom Chiti, Dennis Sommers, Clay Bryant, Mark Wiley, Dave Keller, Grover Hartley, Rich Dauer, Bibb Falk, Dutch Zwilling, Ron Clark, Gordon Mackenzie, Jake Flowers, Ken Bolek, Frank Roth, Clarence Jones, Jeff Datz, Patsy Gharrity, Howie Shanks, Joe Moeller, Mickey O'Neil, Steve Comer, Ed Napoleon, Ruben Felix, Bill Lobe, Derek Shelton, Chuck Hernandez, Luis Isaac, Jack McCallister, Dennis Malavé. Excerpt: As Manager James Luther Sewell (January 5, 1901 - May 14, 1987) was an American professional baseball player, coach and manager. He played in Major League Baseball as a catcher for the Cleveland Indians (1921-1932, 1939), Washington Senators (1933-1934), Chicago White Sox (1935-1938) and the St. Louis Browns (1942). Sewell batted and threw right-handed. He was regarded as one of the best defensive catchers of his era. Born in the rural town of Titus, Alabama, Sewell grew up wanting to play baseball, and graduated from the University of Alabama where, he played for the Alabama Crimson Tide baseball team as an infielder. He was linked to the Cleveland Indians because his brother Joe Sewell became their starting shortstop in 1920. When Indians scout Patsy Flaherty signed Sewell, he insisted that he play as a catcher. He began the 1921 season with the Columbus Senators in the American Association but, after only 17 minor league games, Sewell made his major league debut with the Cleveland Indians on June 30, 1921. Sewell served as a reserve catcher, working behind Steve O'Neill until the 1923 season when O'Neill was injured in an auto accident. Sewell then played in a platoon role alongside Glenn Myatt, in which the left-hand hitting Myatt played the team's home games at League Park due to its 290 foot distance to the right field fence, while Sewell played the team's road games. Sewell eventually took over as the Indians number one catcher in the 1926 season, due to his superior defensive skills. He finished the year with only a .238 batting average but, led the American League catchers with 91 assists. In 1927, Sewell had a breakout year, hitting for a career-high .294 batting average with 27 doubles, 53 runs batted in, and scored 52 runs. Sewell questioned Babe Ruth's integrity in a game on June 11, 1927. He deman. 76 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155522999

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American psychologist Introduction

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Book Description: Chronicle Books Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 75. Chapters: Stanley Smith Stevens, Kenneth Ring, Stephen Abrams, David Lisak, Richard Gartner, Ed Diener, William O'Donohue, Robert W. Firestone, David Rumelhart, David Buss, Joseph Jastrow, Ralph Metzner, Jacob Cohen, John Veres, Marcel Just, Irving Janis, Richard J. Haier, Christopher Barden, Susan Fiske, Mary Main, Norman H. Anderson, Randolph M. Nesse, Alexander Lowen, Robert P. Abelson, Robyn Dawes, Nicholas Cummings, Fred Fiedler, William Kaye Estes, John E. Hunter, Patricia Deegan, Martha Farah, Laurie Helgoe, Herman H. Spitz, Jennifer Freyd, James Waller, Anne Fernald, Francine Shapiro, Gene V. Glass, Robert Biswas-Diener, Leonard Carmichael, Robert Hogan, Kent Norman, K. Anders Ericsson, Franz Josef Kallmann, William H. Tucker, William Revelle, Lee A. Thompson, Nancy Kanwisher, Salman Akhtar, George Estabrooks, Leslie Ungerleider, Robert Kegan, Herbert H. Clark, Eric Gunderson, Eleanor J. Gibson, David C. Bradley, Carol Fowler, Leon Kamin, Daniel Schacter, Irwin Kremen, Saul Sternberg, Howard C Warren, Gordon Legge, Gordon G. Gallup, Clayton Alderfer, David Lubinski, Martin H. Williams, James J. Jenkins, Susan Gelman, James McClelland, Linda B. Smith, Edwin Holt, Marigold Linton, Herbert Kelman, Sheldon Bach, Ritch Savin-Williams, James Framo, Jeffrey Elman, Yuko Munakata, James Deese, Charles E. Schaefer, Barry Schwartz, James W. Pennebaker, Lee Willerman, Nevitt Sanford, Betty Berzon, Lila R. Gleitman, Pawel Lewicki, H. Wayne Light, Alison Gopnik, Guy Bond, Neal King, Henry L. Roediger III, William B. Michael, Marlene Behrmann, Saul Kassin, Candice Feiring, Nora Newcombe, Robert S. Siegler, Robert Rosenthal, James Rest, Martha W. Alibali, Ping Li, James C. Sharf, Judith Wallerstein, Tim Kasser, Phyllis Greenacre, William Alanson White, Edward L. Deci, Edwin A. Fleishman, Ervin Staub, Thomas Bever, Helen Neville, Lyle F. Schoenfeldt, Ray Guarendi, Dirk W. Mosig, Jacob Robert Kantor, Jacob Arlow, Jerome Kavka, Martin Hoffman, Robert M. Thorndike, Leonard Eron, Jack M. Feldman, Carl Brigham, George Ojemann, Sidney Siegel, Timothy Wilson, Susan Carey, Judith Kleinfeld, Patricia Alexander, Sheldon Solomon, Henry Gleitman, Jenny Saffran, Earl B. Hunt, Louis Cozolino, Patricia Carpenter, Charlotte Kasl, Mark Seidenberg, Marcia K. Johnson, Fred S. Keller, Timothy Z. Keith, Michael Scriven, Roberta Klatzky, Yvonne Agazarian, Na'im Akbar, René V. Dawis, Lauren Resnick, Daniel Katz, Marian Radke-Yarrow, Walter Bowers Pillsbury, Arnold Goldberg, Grover C. Gilmore, George Stuart Fullerton, Montrose Wolf, Tom Pyszczynski, Paul Fitts, Tim Weissman, Carol Tomlinson-Keasey, Seth Pollak, Peter Gray, Robert Goldstone, Bobby Newman, James Herndon, Frank A. Gerbode, Michael D. Rugg, Andras Angyal, Christopher Peterson, Thomas Gilovich, Robert L. Greene, Robert L. Ebel, Susan Goldin-Meadow, Leslie Cameron-Bandler, Thomas Joiner, Jonathan A. Plucker, W. S. Small, David C. Rowe, Marta Kutas, Forrest Scogin, Dan Allender, Rana Walker, Nathan Brody, Donald R. Peterson, Richard Bromfield, Stan Katz, George Katona, Frank Sulloway, Michael Lamb, James Shanteau, Carolyn Rovee-Collier, James Bieri, Eugene Revitch, C. Randy Gallistel, John G. Watkins, Thomas Landauer, Lori L. Holt, Linda Bartoshuk, Armand Nicholi, Jennifer Richeson, Gwyneth Boodoo, Edmund Bourne, C. H. Patterson, Else Frenkel-Brunswik, Bruce M. King, Eileen Kennedy-Moore, Joni E. Johnston, Robert Sommer, David Seabury, Clarence Arthur Tripp, David P. Campbell, K. 76 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157074182

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Arizona State Sun Devils football players

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 82. Chapters: Reggie Jackson, Pat Tillman, Steven Threet, Mark Gastineau, Trace Armstrong, Jake Plummer, Todd Kalis, Juan Roque, Adam Archuleta, Tony Lombardi, Terrell Suggs, Isaiah Mustafa, Vontaze Burfict, Charley Taylor, Max Hall, Andrew Walter, Danny White, Derek Hagan, Jim Jeffcoat, Curley Culp, Aaron McCreary, Junior Ah You, Sam Keller, Rudy Carpenter, Jeremy Staat, Ryan Torain, John Jefferson, Dan Saleaumua, Mike Karney, Bill Kenney, Grey Ruegamer, Christopher Mott, J. D. Walton, Todd Heap, Eric Allen, Mike Haynes, Mike Marquardt, David Fulcher, Chris McGaha, Jim Stangeland, Bob Breunig, Terrelle Smith, Marvel Smith, Shaun McDonald, Randall McDaniel, Josh Barrett, Darryl Clack, Mark Malone, Nick Murphy, Zach Miller, Omar Bolden, Andrew Carnahan, Troy Nolan, Levi Jones, Danny Villa, Lawrence Guy, John Henry Johnson, Jason Shivers, Lenny McGill, Darren Woodson, Gerald Riggs, Mike Pagel, Ron Brown, Travis Goethel, Chris McKenzie, Paul Fanaika, Jimmy Verdon, Jason Simmons, Dexter Davis, Mark Duckens, Al Harris, Greg Battle, Darren Willis, Phillippi Sparks, Jerry Smith, Leonard Russell, Mike Pollak, Paul Justin, Garrick McGee, Kyle Williams, Luis Zendejas, J. R. Redmond, Kit Lathrop, Derek Smith, Stephen Trejo, Mike Richardson (American football, born 1961), Erik Flowers, Gary Lewis, Shawn Lauvao, Shante Carver, Scott Peters, Jason Kyle, Brian Jennings, Kyle Kosier, Rudy Burgess, Keith Poole, Mark Washington, Brandon Rodd, Tyrice Thompson, Vernon Maxwell, John Harris, Robert Weathers, Craig Newsome, Dimitri Nance, Max Anderson, Lenzie Jackson, Joe Zuger, Hugh McKinnis, Bruce Hardy, Derrick Ford, Woody Green, John Helton, Robert James, Drew Hodgdon, Steve Bush, Jeff Paulk, Craig Ritter, Brian Noble, David Dixon, Travis Williams, Al Onofrio, Larry Gordon, Justin Tryon, Junior Ioane, Anthony Parker, Jesse Ainsworth, Prentice McCray, Bruce Hill, Mason Unck, Kim Anderson, Shawn Patterson, John Mistler, John Pitts, Thomas Weber, Derrick Rodgers, Scott Stephen, Ben Hawkins, Damien Richardson, Jeff Van Raaphorst, Skip McClendon, Doug Jones, Frank Garcia, Herm Harrison, Bob Kohrs, Ed Fisher, J. D. Hill, Eric Guliford, Brent McClanahan, Ron Pritchard, Chris DeFrance, Jamar Williams, Mario Bates, Aaron Cox, Darren Comeaux, Mike Fanucci, Kevin Miniefield, Shane Collins, Solomon Bates, Windlan Hall, John Seedborg, Benny Malone, Art Malone, Larry Walton, James Hood, Jerry Bell, Tony Lorick, Fred Mortensen, Larry Mucker, Greg Clark, Larry Hendershot, Floyd Fields, Fair Hooker, Steve Holden, Dennis Sproul, Paul Moyer, Morris Owens. Excerpt: Patrick Daniel 'Pat' Tillman Jr. (November 6, 1976 - April 22, 2004) was an American football player who left his professional career and enlisted in the United States Army in June 2002 in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, attacks. He joined the Army Rangers and served several tours in combat before he died in the mountains of Afghanistan. The Army at first reported that Tillman had been killed by enemy fire, and Lieutenant General Stanley A. McChrystal approved the award of a Silver Star. The actual cause of Tillman's death was later revealed to be from friendly fire. Tillman was born on November 6, 1976, in Fremont, California. The oldest of three sons, Tillman excelled at football in high school. He helped lead Leland High School to the Central Coast Division I Football Championship. Tillman then went to Arizona State University (ASU) on a scholarship. Tillman was very close to . 84 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155318233

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Purdue Boilermakers football players

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 83. Chapters: Drew Brees, John McKay, Bob Griese, Hank Stram, Kyle Orton, Elmer Oliphant, Rod Woodson, Jeff George, Len Dawson, John Luckhardt, Matt Mitrione, Cris Dishman, Darryl Stingley, Rob Ninkovich, Alex Agase, William Afflis, Kelly Butler, Bobby Williams, Bob Spoo, Mel Taube, Cecil Isbell, Jim Everett, Ryan Baker, Bernard Pollard, Curtis Painter, Matt Light, Landon Johnson, Mike Phipps, Chukky Okobi, Shaun Phillips, Robert Marve, John Jardine, Abe Gibron, Kevin Sumlin, Rosevelt Colvin, Stuart Schweigert, Kory Sheets, Larry Kaminski, Gene Mruczkowski, Ryan Grigson, Anthony Spencer, Chike Okeafor, Mark Herrmann, Ray Edwards, Bobby Iwuchukwu, Stanford Keglar, Akin Ayodele, Ralph Welch, Mel Gray, Mike Alstott, Taylor Stubblefield, Brandon Gorin, Dave Butz, Gary Danielson, Ken Huffine, Craig Terrill, Henry Luke Bolley, Chukie Nwokorie, Cliff Avril, Alex Magee, Dustin Keller, Herman Kerchoff, John Standeford, Travis Dorsch, Lamar Lundy, George Van Bibber, Gilbert Gardner, Niko Koutouvides, Jim Peelle, Roosevelt Barnes, Nick Hardwick, Brent Hawkins, Dutch Fehring, Jack Laraway, Bob DeMoss, Tim Stratton, Leroy Keyes, Bryan Leturgez, Joey Elliott, Jeff Zgonina, Alex Yunevich, Charles Davis, Calvin Williams, Elbert Carraway, Brandon Kirsch, Duane Purvis, Ryan Kerrigan, Clyde Washington, Pete Brewster, Michael Terrizzi, Len Jardine, Gerald Gooden Jr., Tom Bettis, Uche Nwaneri, Gregg Bingham, Erich Barnes, Mike Pruitt, Otis Armstrong, Mark Jackson, Anthony Heygood, Jermaine Ross, Eugene Bright, Jim Schwantz, Wayne Smith, Keena Turner, Mike Otto, Jacques Reeves, Larry Burton, Jack Fleischman, Fritz Febel, Scott Conover, Tom Franckhauser, Tony Butkovich, Jon Goldsberry, Chris Summers, Lonnie Palelei, Joe Kulbacki, Scott Dierking, George Buksar, Jim Beirne, Bernie Flowers, Michael Hawthorne, Scott Campbell, Babe Dimancheff, Jerry Shay, John Charles, Rodney Carter, James Carter, Ray Trowbridge, Dick Barwegan, Tim Foley, Lew Skinner, Mike Neal, Jerrol Williams, Candy Miller, Paul Moss, Dorien Bryant, Don Brumm, Rick Smith, Ian Allen, Tom Barnett, Walt Cudzik, Brandon King, Mark Fischer, Mark Brown, Steve Jackson, Ralph Claypool, Walt Houston, Glenn Young, George Catavolos, Vinny Sutherland, Selwyn Lymon, Steve Baumgartner, Ken Panfil, Pete Barbolak, Johnny Drake, Leo Sugar, E.P. King, Lou Karras, Fred Strickland, Ed Flanagan, Johnny Allen, Lou Brock, Donnie Green, John Petty, Perry Williams, Paul Humphrey, Dave Frye, Joe Skibinski, Cliff Benson, Blane Smith, Ookie Miller, David Nugent, Ken Gorgal, Steve Bryant, Ken Novak, Joe Odom, Ed Voytek, Dave LaFary, Larry Bowie, Roy Horstmann, Ross Fichtner, George Hall, Forrest Burmeister, Brian Alford, Joe Mihal, Chris Sedoris, Joe Krupa, Ed Rate, Ed Cody, Brock Spack, Elmer Sleight, Connie Zelencik. Excerpt: Andrew Christopher 'Drew' Brees (pronounced ; born January 15, 1979) is a quarterback for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. He was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft. He played college football at Purdue. Brees has been selected to the Pro Bowl five times in his career - with the Chargers in 2004 and the Saints in 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010. He was named the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year in 2004, the Offensive Player of the Year in 2008, and the MVP of Super Bowl XLIV. He was also selected by voters to appear on the cover of Electronic Arts' Madden NFL 11. Sports Illustrated named him as its 2010 Sportsman of. 84 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155388892

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Members of the United States House of Representatives from Minnesota

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 87. Chapters: Eugene McCarthy, Michele Bachmann, Keith Ellison, Knute Nelson, Jim Oberstar, List of United States Representatives from Minnesota, United States congressional delegations from Minnesota, Tim Walz, Collin Peterson, Chip Cravaack, John Kline, Erik Paulsen, Betty McCollum, Mark Kennedy, Jim Ramstad, Ignatius L. Donnelly, Gil Gutknecht, Rod Grams, Coya Knutson, Charles August Lindbergh, William Windom, David Minge, Martin Olav Sabo, Bill Frenzel, George MacKinnon, Tim Penny, Donald M. Fraser, John Gilfillan, Vin Weber, Arlan Stangeland, Ernest Lundeen, Melvin Maas, Al Quie, Theodore Christianson, John Blatnik, Arlen Erdahl, William D. Washburn, John Lind, Robert Bergland, Thomas D. Schall, Walter Judd, Edmund Rice, Alec G. Olson, Andrew Volstead, Winfield Scott Hammond, Magnus Johnson, Bill Luther, James Wakefield, Henry Teigan, William S. King, John M. Zwach, Loren Fletcher, William H. Harries, William Leighton Carss, Ray P. Chase, Harold Knutson, Bruce Vento, Mark H. Dunnell, Eugene McLanahan Wilson, William I. Nolan, Morton S. Wilkinson, Thomas Wilson, Edward Devitt, Herman Carl Andersen, Frank Clague, Paul John Kvale, Charles A. Towne, Godfrey G. Goodwin, August H. Andresen, Henry M. Arens, James Bede, Knud Wefald, Ancher Nelsen, William Alvin Pittenger, Clark MacGregor, Solomon Comstock, Victor Christgau, James Albertus Tawney, Kittel Halvorson, Horace B. Strait, Odin Langen, James M. Cavanaugh, Joel Heatwole, Halvor Steenerson, Charles Russell Davis, Haldor Boen, James McCleary, Cyrus Aldrich, John T. Averill, Sydney Anderson, Darwin Hall, Elmer Ryan, John L. MacDonald, Robert P. Morris, Frederick Stevens, Andrew Kiefer, Melvin Baldwin, Harold Hagen, Joseph Karth, Joseph P. O'Hara, Jacob H. Stewart, Walter Newton, James Manahan, Clarence B. Miller, Oscar Youngdahl, Henry Poehler, Roy Wier, John Bernard, Oscar Larson, Frank Nye, Einar Hoidale, Frank Eddy, Frank Starkey, Ole J. Kvale, John G. Alexander, Allen J. Furlow, Richard Pillsbury Gale, Fred Marshall, Gerry Sikorski, Dewey Johnson, George Ross Smith, Conrad Selvig, William Gallagher, Franklin Ellsworth, Oscar Keller, Samuel Snider, Francis Shoemaker, Milo White, Clarence Buckman, Osee M. Hall, William Wallace Phelps, James Castle, Richard Nolan, Carl Van Dyke, Tom Hagedorn, Rich T. Buckler. Excerpt: Michele Marie Bachmann (née Amble; born April 6, 1956) is a member of the United States House of Representatives for Minnesota's 6th congressional district and is a potential candidate for president in 2012. She previously served in the Minnesota State Senate and is the first Republican woman to represent the state in Congress. Bachmann is a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, a supporter of the Tea Party movement and a founder of the House Tea Party Caucus. Some of Bachmann's past occupations include earning a Master of Laws degree, a career as a tax attorney, some local activism and foster parenting teenagers. Bachmann was born Michele Marie Amble in Waterloo, Iowa, 'into a family of Norwegian Lutheran Democrats' who moved from Iowa to Minnesota when she was young. After her parents divorced, Bachmann's father, David John Amble, moved to California, and Bachmann was raised by her mother, Jean (née Johnson), who worked at the First National Bank in Anoka, Minnesota. Bachmann grew up in Anoka, graduating from Anoka High School in 1974. After graduating from high school, Bachmann spent time working on a kibbutz in Isr. 88 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157702306

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American people of Cornish descent

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 88. Chapters: Carleton S. Coon, Jack Kemp, Conlon Nancarrow, Randy Travis, John Spargo, Hobey Baker, Vida Chenoweth, Tim Couch, Dirk Kempthorne, Rick Rescorla, Edward Burd Grubb, Jr., William F. Albright, Curtis Grubb, Michael Behenna, Oscar Kempthorne, Beryl Bryant, John Grubb, Jayne Marie Mansfield, Cornish American, Peter Grubb, Jr., Francis T. Nicholls, Jehu Grubb, Henry Bates Grubb, Stan Keller, Francis A. Chenoweth, William Simon U'Ren, George St. Leger Grenfell, Charles W. Penrose, Jim Trelease, Bill Bottrell, Ignatius Cooper Grubb, William Irwin Grubb, Frances Penrose Owen, John Johns Trigg, Boies Penrose, Henry D. Moyle, Richard Tregaskis, Dave Argall, Walter C. Teagle, Edward Burd Grubb, Sr., Charles Morton, Warner Norton Grubb, Nathaniel Grubb, John Coode, Donald Tresidder, Spencer Penrose, David W. Blight, Josiah Fox, William Williams, William Rawle, Jimmy Kemp, Paul Trevithick, William Trelease, Lyman Tremain, R. A. F. Penrose, Jr., Joan Retallack, John Charles Vivian, Lemuel Chenoweth, James Moyle, Kit Pellow, Dan Kemp, James Avery, Walter James Edyvean, Morris S. Tremaine, Jeff Kemp, Glenn Thomas Trewartha, Eric Chenowith, Weston E. Vivian, Blair Chenoweth, Fred Johns, William Ernest Hocking, Thomas Clark Nicholls, Andrea U'Ren, Samuel Penhallow, Richard Bullock, Dale Grubb, Craig Penrose, Rick Behenna, F. Orlin Tremaine, John Chenoweth, John Marshall Clemens, Tamara Goldsworthy, Shannon Chenoweth. Excerpt: Connection Timeout John Spargo (1876-1966) was a British-born American socialist political activist, orator, and writer who later became a renowned expert in the history and crafts of Vermont. Spargo is best remembered as an early biographer of Karl Marx and as one of the leading public intellectuals affiliated with the Socialist Party of America during the progressive era of the early 20th Century. Spargo was born on January 31, 1876, in the small village of Longdowns in the parish of Stithians, Cornwall, United Kingdom. His parents were Thomas Spargo (1850-1920) and Jane Hocking Spargo (1851-1900), whose maiden name was also Spargo. As a young man, he trained as a stonecutter, and he later became a lay Methodist minister. He was attracted to the socialist doctrines of early English Marxist Henry Hyndman, particularly to his book England for All. Spargo was a largely self-educated man, be he did in 1894-95 take two courses through the Oxford University Extension Program, including one by economist J. A. Hobson. Spargo went to work in 1895, moving with his alcoholic father to Barry Docks in South Wales, where he was employed as a stonemason. Within a year after his arrival at Barry Dock, Spargo had started the first local of Hyndman's Social Democratic Federation (SDF), was elected president of the Barry Trades and Labour Council, became an editor of the Barry Herald, and was elected a member of the National Executive Committee of the SDF. As his biographer notes 'It was an amazing, meteoric progression for an uneducated stonemason from Western Cornwall that took place in these few years of Spargo's education in Marxism; by the end of his residence in Britain, the 25-year-old was recognized as one of the most promising and energetic Marxist agitators in the country. Through it all, he was guided, inspired, and sustained by the Social Democratic Federation's founder and leader, Henry Meyers Hyndman, the man whose England for All had converted him to Marxism and who f 88 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155993997

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New York Yankees coaches

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 94. Chapters: Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, Don Mattingly, List of New York Yankees coaches, Tony Peña, Johnny Oates, Bobby Cox, John Stearns, Whitey Ford, Lou Piniella, Joe Girardi, Frank Howard, Elston Howard, Joe Pepitone, Jim Hegan, Chuck Dressen, Don Zimmer, Willie Randolph, Ralph Houk, Clete Boyer, Buck Showalter, Graig Nettles, Bob Lemon, Ron Guidry, Earle Combs, Bucky Dent, Willie Horton, Lee Mazzilli, Larry Bowa, Mickey Vernon, Jeff Torborg, Dick Howser, Chris Chambliss, Tommy Henrich, Fred Merkle, Bill Dickey, Johnny Sain, Bobby Meacham, Charlie Keller, Cot Deal, Germany Schaefer, Neil Allen, Luis Sojo, Lee Elia, Stump Merrill, José Cardenal, Joe Altobelli, Wally Moses, Darrell Evans, Charlie Fox, Joe Sewell, Charley Lau, Gene Michael, Dale Long, Mel Stottlemyre, Bill Monbouquette, Eddie Lopat, Clyde King, Stan Williams, Rick Down, Pat Corrales, Joe Kerrigan, Red Rolfe, Tom Nieto, Kevin Long, Art Fowler, Gary Tuck, Roy White, Vern Benson, Earl Torgeson, Dave Eiland, Gary Denbo, Johnny Neun, Nardi Contreras, Sammy Ellis, Frankie Crosetti, Billy Connors, Charley O'Leary, Mick Kelleher, Art Fletcher, Champ Summers, Jim Turner, Tony Cloninger, Tom Morgan, Bob Shawkey, Mike Ferraro, Johnny Schulte, Mel Wright, Duke Farrell, Hooks Wiltse, Jimmy Burke, Rob Thomson, Jerry Walker, Jay Ward, Mike Harkey, Brian Butterfield, Cy Perkins, Jim Gleeson, Rich Monteleone, Loren Babe, Lee Walls, Jerry McNertney, Russ Meyer, Mark Connor, Tom Daly, Joe Sparks, Glenn Sherlock, Frank Roth, Paul Schreiber, George Mitterwald, Doug Holmquist, Cloyd Boyer, Paddy O'Connor, John Corriden, Marc Hill, Ed Napoleon, Harry Mathews. Excerpt: The New York Yankees are a professional baseball team based in New York City, New York in the borough of The Bronx. The Yankees are members of the American League (AL) East Division in Major League Baseball (MLB). The Yankees have won the World Series 27 times, more than any other MLB team. In baseball, coaches serve as assistants to the manager. In the past, coaches did not serve in specific roles, as noted in the position titles, such as 'first assistant.' The number of coaches on a team's staff has increased over the years, and coaching evolved so that individual coaches took on specific roles. Base coaches also serve as infield, outfield, and base-running instructors. Teams also have a pitching coach, hitting coach, and bullpen coach, who often works with the catchers. The bench coach, a newer role on the coaching staff, serves as a second-in-command, advising the manager during the game. Many Yankees coaches are former players, former managers or future managers. Key Yogi Berra served as a coach for the Yankees after his playing and managerial career. Joe Girardi served as bench coach for one season, before becoming the manager for the Florida Marlins, and later for the New York Yankees. Lou Piniella was a Yankees player, coach, manager, general manager, and managed other teams as well. Don Mattingly served as a hitting coach and bench coach for the Yankees following his playing career. Elston Howard, the first African-American Yankee, hoped to become the first African-American manager in Major League Baseball, and coached the Yankees hoping he would receive a managerial offer. Tony Peña, the former Manager of the Year for the Kansas City Royals, has served as first base coach and bench coach for the Yankees. Prior to managing the New York Mets, Willie Randolph coached for the New York Yankees. L. 96 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155468167

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People from Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 104. Chapters: Jeff Bezos, Bruiser Brody, Juan Cole, Gary E. Johnson, Douglas Kent Hall, Al Unser, Neil Patrick Harris, Janet Napolitano, J. M. G. Le Clézio, Ray Rayner, Cowboy Jimmy Moore, Pete Domenici, Keith Jardine, Carlos Condit, Hugo Teufel III, Al Unser, Jr., Donald Cerrone, Freddie Prinze, Jr., Linda Chavez, Mike Judge, Bobby Unser, Fred Haney, Richard G. Rosner, Jerry McNerney, Manuel Armijo, Fred Saberhagen, Randy Castillo, Joey Villaseñor, Alphonse Gallegos, Leslie Marmon Silko, John K. Davis, Ronnie Lott, Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez, Bob Foster, Raymond Rogers, Pat Henry, Ryan Singer, Martin Heinrich, Travis Parkin, Earl Bellamy, Daniel Santiago, Jack Speer, Sidney M. Gutierrez, List of people from Albuquerque, James Mercer, Minka Kelly, French Stewart, Notah Begay III, Antoine Predock, Kenny Thomas, Susan Ford, Simon J. Ortiz, Brant Gardner, Richard Mullane, George J. Maloof, Jr., Carmelita Vigil-Schimmenti, Gloria La Riva, Rachel Noerdlinger, Annabeth Gish, Paula Gunn Allen, David F. Cargo, Kent Jones, Lorenzo Antonio, Katherine LaNasa, Seth Adkins, Bruce D. Porter, Harold H. Moon, Jr., Luna Leopold, Robby Unser, Ben Abruzzo, Seann Scott, Lois Duncan, William Nordhaus, Jay Wright, Lauren Sánchez, Jay Schellen, Leroy Quintana, Sean Guthrie, Harvey Fergusson, Dashiell Eaves, Carleton Naiche-Palmer, Daniel Lentz, Don Alvarado, Francisco Martin Duran, Cody Töpper, Mike Roberts, Erik Rodgers, Rahim AlHaj, Jake Ingram, David Archuleta, Roy Tackett, Coco Austin, Jay Roach, Brenda Burnside, Nick Wechsler, Malaquías Montoya, A. J. Bramlett, Robert E. Vardeman, Bryce Robinson, Steven Schiff, Elyse Sewell, John Sanchez, Timothy M. Keller, Catherine Carr, Rodney Ferguson, Aaron Links, Richard Abruzzo, Victoria Sigler, Shari Eubank, Brent Bookwalter, Cisco McSorley, Benito Martinez, Joey Zimmerman, Ryan Cook, Francine Irving Neff, Shelia Burrell, Gene Franchini, Joseph Hagerty, George Fischbeck, Sheryl Williams Stapleton, Madolyn Smith Osborne, John Donald Robb, Carroll McComas, Matt Giese, Cissy King, Richard Angulo, Paul Bardacke, Heather Trost, Howard Morgan, Erik Cook, Blake Chanslor, Tim Pierce, Christina Olmi, Janet Ely, Kathryn Ptacek, Tracy Reiner, Allen Church, H. Diane Snyder, Sue Wilson Beffort, Hal Olsen, Valentin de Vargas. Excerpt: John Ricardo I. 'Juan' Cole (born October 1952) is an American scholar, public intellectual, and historian of the modern Middle East and South Asia. He is Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan. As a commentator on Middle Eastern affairs, he has appeared in print and on television, and testified before the United States Senate. He has published several peer-reviewed books on the modern Middle East and is a translator of both Arabic and Persian. Since 2002, he has written a weblog, Informed Comment. Cole was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His father served in the United States Army Signal Corps and afterwards in the Satellite Corps and, when Cole was age two, his family left New Mexico for France. His father completed two tours with the U.S. military in France (a total of seven years) and one 18-month stay at Kagnew Station in Asmara, Eritrea (then Ethiopia). (Cole reports that he first became interested in Islam in Eritrea, which has a population roughly half Christian and half Muslim.) Cole was schooled at a variety of locations, twelve schools in twelve years, at a series of dependent schools on military bases but also sometime. 104 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157499138

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Musicians from Arkansas

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x6 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 105. Chapters: Louis Jordan, Al Green, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, Mike Huckabee, Kris Allen, Ne-Yo, Amy Lee, Levon Helm, Big Bill Broonzy, Conway Twitty, Collin Raye, John Michael Talbot, Ronnie Hawkins, Charlie Rich, Sonny Boy Williamson II, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Henry Glover, Ben Moody, David Hodges, Justin Moore, Pharoah Sanders, Buddy Jewell, Junior Walker, Luther Allison, John LeCompt, Jimmy Witherspoon, Robert Lockwood, Jr., Al Hibbler, Jason White, Joe Nichols, Johnnie Taylor, Tommy Cash, Beth Ditto, Sarah Caldwell, Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith, Roberta Martin, Sammy Lawhorn, Ed Bruce, Tammy Graham, Jeremy James, Buster Benton, Skeets McDonald, Jim Dickinson, Robert Nighthawk, Trent Tomlinson, Iris DeMent, Bob Dorough, Rudy Ray Moore, Calvin Frazier, Shawn Camp, Wayne Kemp, Son Seals, Fred Tackett, Smokie Norful, John Hughey, Roseanna Vitro, Sean Michel, Sleepy LaBeef, Roosevelt Sykes, Little Mack Simmons, Casey Bill Weldon, Shakey Jake Harris, Willie D. Warren, Jeremy Davis, Rocky Gray, Jerry Keller, Elton Britt, Sami Jo, James Valentine, Bill Rice, CeDell Davis, Bobby Lee Trammell, T. Texas Tyler, Vernon Oxford, Larry McCray, Charley Jordan, Opie Cates, Jimmy Lee Fautheree, Lazy Bill Lucas, Wayne Raney, Martin Delray, Maxine Brown, Robert Bowlin, Red Holloway, Johnny Tyler, Ernest Lawlers, Robert Lowery, Fred Hughes, Arlene Harden, Charles Christian Hammer, Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre, George Richey, Jerry Jaye, Will Boyd, Frank Frost, Snub Mosley, Roy Moss, Bonnie Brown, Zilner Randolph, Alphonse Trent, Vern Williams, Detroit Junior, King Perry, Colin Brooks, Joe Bishop, Jasper Taylor, Big John Greer, Junie Cobb, Les Spann, Edwin Swayze, Roscoe Robinson, Andy Starr, Amy Miles, Bitsy Mullins, Hayes Pillars, Richard Boone, Jason Morphew. Excerpt: John R. 'Johnny' Cash (born J. R. Cash; February 26, 1932 - September 12, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter, actor, and author, who has been called one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. Although he is primarily remembered as a country music artist, his songs and sound spanned many other genres including rockabilly and rock and roll-especially early in his career-as well as blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal led to Cash being inducted in both the Country Music Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Late in his career, Cash covered songs by several rock artists, among them the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails and the synthpop band Depeche Mode. Cash was known for his deep, distinctive bass-baritone voice; for the 'boom-chicka-boom' freight train sound of his Tennessee Three backing band; for his rebelliousness, coupled with an increasingly somber and humble demeanor; for providing free concerts inside prison walls; and for his dark performance clothing, which earned him the nickname 'The Man in Black'. He traditionally started his concerts by saying, 'Hello, I'm Johnny Cash.' and usually following it up with his standard 'Folsom Prison Blues.' Much of Cash's music, especially that of his later career, echoed themes of sorrow, moral tribulation and redemption. His signature songs include 'I Walk the Line', 'Folsom Prison Blues', 'Ring of Fire', 'Get Rhythm' and 'Man in Black'. He also recorded humorous numbers, including 'One Piece at a Time' and 'A Boy Named Sue'; a duet with his future wife, June Carter, called 'Jackson'; as well as railroad songs including 'Hey, Porter' and 'Rock Island Line'. Cash, a devout but tr. 108 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157673514

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American mathematician Introduction

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Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 122. Chapters: Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball coaches, Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball players, Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball seasons, James Naismith, Wilt Chamberlain, Dean Smith, 2010-11 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Darrin Hancock, 2009-10 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Roy Williams, Kirk Hinrich, Bill Self, Sherron Collins, John Calipari, List of Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball seasons, Paul Pierce, Larry Brown, 2008-09 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Phog Allen, Mark Turgeon, 2007-08 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, 2002-03 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, 2006-07 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Adolph Rupp, 2001-02 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Adonis Jordan, 2000-01 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Kevin Stallings, Matt Doherty, Ralph Miller, 2003-04 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Drew Gooden, Mario Chalmers, 2005-06 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, 1987-88 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Paul Randall Harrington, 2004-05 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Kevin Pritchard, Bill Bayno, Jacque Vaughn, Scot Pollard, Danny Manning, Raef LaFrentz, Ron Kellogg, J. R. Giddens, Keith Langford, Gale Catlett, Walter Sutton, Xavier Henry, Cole Aldrich, Nick Collison, Jerod Haase, Billy Thomas, Darnell Jackson, Julian Wright, Tim Jankovich, Jo Jo White, Alvin Gentry, Bob Hill, Ted Owens, Rex Walters, Darrell Arthur, Nick Bradford, Jerry Green, Charlie T. Black, Brandon Rush, John Douglas, Clyde Lovellette, Wayne Simien, Josh Selby, Max Falkenstien, John Robic, Norm Roberts, Jeff Boschee, 1907-08 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, David Padgett, Aaron Miles, Tad Boyle, Howard Engleman, Hal Patterson, Sasha Kaun, 1905-06 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Kenny Gregory, C. J. Henry, Otto D. Unruh, Neil Dougherty, Russell Robinson, 1956-57 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Ray Evans, Dave Robisch, B. H. Born, Greg Ostertag, 1906-07 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, 1902-03 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, 2011-12 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Wayne Hightower, Isaac Stallworth, 1903-04 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Tyshawn Taylor, Kurtis Townsend, Maurice King, Thomas L. Kivisto, Leonard Gray, 1900-01 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Bill Bridges, 1901-02 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Charles B. Black, 1904-05 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Joe Dooley, 1898-99 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Fred Pralle, Steve Renko, Otto Schnellbacher, Micah Downs, Mark Randall, Kerry Boagni, Eric Chenowith, C. J. Giles, Ron Franz, Ben Davis, R. C. Buford, Ryan Robertson, James Bausch, Dick Harp, Carl Henry, Marcus Morris, Darnell Valentine, 1899-1900 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, Tyrel Reed, Dutch Lonborg, Ed Manning, Norm Cook, Greg Dreiling, Paul Mokeski, Rick Calloway, Forrest DeBernardi, Steve Robinson, Scooter Barry, 1951-52 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team, John Bunn, Bill Hougland, Bill Lienhard, Walt Wesley, Skinny Johnson, Dean Kelley, Bob Kenney, Paul Endacott, Allen Kelley, Brian Martin, Cedric Hunter, John Frederick Keller, Roger Brown (basketball, born 1950), Charlie Hoag, W. O. Hamilton, Riney Lochmann, Giff Roux, Karl Schlademan. Excerpt: Connection Timeout The Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball program is the intercollegiate men's basketball program of the University of Kansas Jayhawks and is one of the most successful and prestigious programs in th. 124 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156067666

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Live Music Archive artists

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 122. Chapters: Grateful Dead, The Smashing Pumpkins, Camper Van Beethoven, 311, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Soul Coughing, Ryan Adams, .And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, John Mayer, Tenacious D, Little Feat, Thee Silver Mt. Zion, Michael Franti, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Toad the Wet Sprocket, New Riders of the Purple Sage, My Morning Jacket, The String Cheese Incident, Carbon Leaf, Mono, Fugazi, Harvey Danger, O.A.R., Jack Johnson, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, The Walkmen, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Mogwai, Hum, Mike Doughty, Tea Leaf Green, Explosions in the Sky, Umphrey's McGee, Jason Molina, The Trews, Sara Watkins, The Gourds, Ian Thomas, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, Steve Kimock, Railroad Earth, Keller Williams, Sean Watkins, G. Love & Special Sauce, Yonder Mountain String Band, Stanton Moore, Blues and lasers, Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, Martin Sexton, Hayseed Dixie, The McLovins, Zen Tricksters, Ryan Montbleau, The Jimmy Swift Band, Backyard Tire Fire, Trainwreck, Leftover Salmon, Xavier Rudd, The Grapes, Danny Barnes, The Waybacks, Scott Franson, Papa Mali, ThaMuseMeant, Oakhurst, Pat McGee Band, Hot Buttered Rum, Giant Sand, Slowcoaster, Karl Denson, Donna Jean Godchaux Band, Chris Akinyemi, Wayne Hancock, Grand Theft Bus, Fiddleworms, Cornmeal, Virginia Coalition, Elephant Revival, Assembly of Dust, The Loft, The Delta Rasa, Modereko. Excerpt: John Clayton Mayer ( -¿r; born October 16, 1977) is an American musician, singer-songwriter, recording artist, and music producer. Born and raised in Connecticut, he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston before moving to Atlanta, Georgia in 1997, where he refined his skills and gained a following. His first two studio albums, Room for Squares and Heavier Things, did well commercially, achieving multi-platinum status. In 2003, he won a Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for 'Your Body Is a Wonderland'. Mayer began his career performing mainly acoustic rock, but gradually began a transition towards the blues genre in 2005 by collaborating with renowned blues artists such as B. B. King, Buddy Guy, and Eric Clapton, and by forming the John Mayer Trio. The blues influence can be heard on his album Continuum, released in September 2006. At the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in 2007 Mayer won Best Pop Vocal Album for Continuum and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for 'Waiting on the World to Change'. He released his fourth studio album, Battle Studies, in November 2009. He is currently writing material for a fifth album. Mayer's career pursuits have extended to stand-up comedy, graphic design, television hosting, and writing; he has written pieces for magazines, most notably for Esquire. He is also involved in philanthropic activities through charity work and various environmental causes. Several high-profile romantic relationships and his involvement with the media caused him to become a tabloid staple, beginning in 2006. Mayer was born on October 16, 1977 in Bridgeport, Connecticut to Margaret, an English teacher, and Richard, a high school principal. He grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut, the second of three children. Mayer's father is Jewish, and Mayer has said that he 'relat to Judaism'. Growing up in Fairfield, Mayer became friends with future tennis star James Blake. He attended Fairfield Warde High School (then called Fairfield High School), although h 124 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155216454

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People from Anchorage, Alaska

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 125. Chapters: Mike Gravel, Ted Stevens, Larry Sanger, Curt Schilling, Valerie Plame, Tom Anderson, Lisa Murkowski, Ty Conklin, Robert Campbell Reeve, Kenneth M. Taylor, Marian Call, Susan Lindauer, Scott Gomez, Mario Chalmers, Kevin Alfred Strom, Marty Beckerman, Wally Hickel, Sean Parnell, Khleo, Brian Swanson, Jeffrey S. Medkeff, Brandon Dubinsky, Craig Campbell, Trajan Langdon, Shawn Chacón, William Oefelein, John Howard Lindauer, Dana Stabenow, Matt Carle, Irene Bedard, Ben Stevens, Josh Phelps, Lori Fena, Loren Leman, Nick Begich, Richard A. Scott, Ethan Berkowitz, Doug Evans, Andrew Halcro, Steve Smith (American football, born 1985), Scott Parker, Mark Schlereth, Austin E. Lathrop, Thelma Buchholdt, Linious 'Mac' McGee, Tommy Moe, Linda McCarriston, Fran Reed, Marisa Abegg, Don Simpson, Chancy Croft, Isadore 'Ike' Bayles, Zackary Bowman, B. J. Young, Annie Parisse, Rick Rydell, Augie Hiebert, George A. Lingo, Michelle Johnson, Damian Vaughn, Daniel S. Sullivan, Marianne Cusato, Mr. Whitekeys, Barrett Heisten, Bill Allen, Jordan Pearce, Nate Thompson, Jason Ryznar, Vincent K. Brooks, Robert Atwood, Dave Williams, Pete Kott, Ann Fienup-Riordan, William Tobin, Joey Crabb, David Veikune, H. A. Boucher, Norman D. Vaughan, Ralph Samuels, Kikkan Randall, Ely Allen, Eric Walsky, Daniel Schlereth, Kathy Tebow, Susan Henrichs, Kira Buckland, Michael William Warfel, Moises Gutierrez, Edgar Paul Boyko, Bob Lynn, Kelsey Griffin, Libby Roderick, Tim Wallace, Charles D. Hayes, Michael Lardie, Tui Alailefaleula, Jeff Pain, Perry Green, Marie Smith Jones, Eric Croft, Nancy Dahlstrom, Nell Scott, Mahala Ashley Dickerson, Craig F. Stowers, Nathan West, Joe Spenard, Pete Petersen, Jim Dunn, Bettye Davis, Sydney Laurence, Leo A. Brooks, Jr., Harry Crawford, Anastasia Blue, Mike Hawker, George Barnes Grigsby, Traci Dinwiddie, Kate Earl, Mike Doogan, Abby Hancock, Charisse Millett, Bill Stoltze, Max Gruenberg, Craig Johnson, Lane McCray, Sydne Vogel, Joan Arend Kickbush, Blair Chenoweth, Anna Fairclough, Delvin Myles, Sue Burns, Tom Sexton, Sharon Cissna, Bob Roses, Sean Rash, Dianne M. Keller, Bob Buch, Maryline Blackburn, Dana Fabe, Chris Kuper, Eileen Grubba, Walter Hartman Hodge, Erik Ellington, Tony Barnette, Randy Kutcher, Robert Bundtzen, Les Gara, Chris Tuck, Degen Kasper, Sammy Lilly, Pam Dreyer-Sunkinen, Berta Gardner, Lindsey Holmes, James Keith Singleton, Jr., Dan Mintz, Mia Costello, Bruce Biers Kendall, Jessica Schultz, Theresa Obermeyer, Brandee McCoskey, Callan Chythlook-Sifsof, John Strohmeyer, Katherine Gottlieb, Robert O. Bowen, Fred Dyson, Alfred Labatos, Leo A. Brooks, Sr., Stan Jones, Lynn Spencer-Galanes, Rick Sinnott, J.H. Smith. Excerpt: Maurice Robert 'Mike' Gravel (pronounced ; born May 13, 1930) is a former Democratic United States Senator from Alaska, who served two terms from 1969 to 1981, and a former candidate in the 2008 presidential election. Born and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts to French-Canadian immigrant parents, Gravel served in the United States Army in West Germany and graduated from Columbia University. He moved to Alaska in the late 1950s, becoming a real estate developer and entering politics. He served in the Alaska House of Representatives from 1963 to 1966 and became its Speaker of the House. Gravel was elected to the United States Senate in 1968. As Senator, Gravel became nationally known for his forceful but unsuccessful attempts to end the draft during the Vietnam War a. 128 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156083550

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People from Whitley County, Indiana

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 130. Chapters: People from Fort Wayne, Indiana, Dave Thomas, Bruce Nauman, Carole Lombard, Thomas R. Marshall, Dean Corll, Germany Schulz, Jenna Fischer, DaMarcus Beasley, Johnny Bright, Mark Souder, Betty Foss, Deshaun Thomas, Brad Miller, Joanne Weaver, List of people from Fort Wayne, Indiana, Shelley Long, Eric Wedge, Rod Woodson, Bunny Oakes, Mason Plumlee, Heather Headley, Samuel Bigger, William Wells, Dick York, Janie Fricke, Dolores Lee, Keller E. Rockey, Terry Hoeppner, Homer Van Meter, Robert E. Armstrong, Chris Schenkel, Tiffany Gooden, Timothy Goeglein, Lloy Ball, Miles Plumlee, E. Jean Carroll, E. Ross Adair Federal Building and United States Courthouse, Bernard Pollard, Dale Purinton, Mary Baumgartner, Troy Shondell, Isabel Álvarez, Jim Master, Richard Nunez, Bill Blass, Rob Bowen, Robert Rusler, Josh Gaines, Tom Hayhurst, Gordon C. Stauffer, Childe Wills, Matt Kelty, Kyle Macy, William Rockhill Nelson, William F. Borgmann, Herman Joseph Alerding, Graham Richard, Paul Helmke, Drake Hogestyn, Julia Barr, Dan Butler, Will Billingsley, Jeremy Bridges, Anthony Spencer, James Hardy, James W. Borden, Robert Cushman, Monique Edwards, Billy Kratzert, Margaret Ringenberg, Megan Mullins, Winfield Moses, Shirley Adele Field, Les Edgerton, Eugene E. Parker, George Jean Nathan, Lee Miles, Jack Boyd Buckley, Jason Baker, Jill Bennett, Herb Shriner, Lloyd C. Douglas, Jamar Beasley, John Whistler, Constance Cumbey, Hub Hart, Tom Henry, Charlie Savage, George Washington Whistler, Ralph Hamilton, Brentwood S. Tolan, Butch Henline, Harold J. Warner, Daniel E. Gawthrop, Roosevelt Barnes, Art Smith, John Hambrock, Hilliard Gates, Patrick McVey, Cathy Gerring, William J. Hosey, Emil Sitko, Jason Fabini, Lamar Smith, Trai Essex, Cook Lougheed, Henry James, DeDee Nathan, Leigh S. J. Hunt, Bob Dille, Harry Gandy, Russell W. Kruse, Louie Heilbroner, Michael Anhaeuser, Thomas J. Tolan, Susan Smalley, Samuel D. Jackson, Vaughn Dunbar, Kevin Mitchell, William Edward McManus, Allen Hamilton, Cherrish Pryor, Matt Vogel, Robert Lowry, Robert Meyers, Ben Van Ryn, Joseph K. Edgerton, Frederick William Sievers, Sandra Kennedy, George W. Gillie, Bill Everitt, Eric Bruskotter, Steve Sitko, Jeoffrey Benward, John F. Noll, Tim Berry, Michael A. Martone, Sharon Wichman, Merchant W. Huxford, Steve Hargan, William F. McNagny, Edward H. Kruse, Matt Land, Phil GiaQuinta, James M. Robinson, Fred Knipscheer, Roberto Fortes, Selwyn Lymon, Walpole G. Colerick, Dan Godfread, Ann Colone, Alvin M. Strauss, Bill Roberts, Elmer Wilkens, Herb Banet, Sharon Gabet. Excerpt: Dean Arnold Corll (December 24, 1939 - August 8, 1973) was an American serial killer and pedophile, also known as the 'Candy Man', who, together with two youthful accomplices named David Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley, abducted, tortured and murdered a minimum of 28 boys in a series of killings spanning from 1970 to 1973 in Houston, Texas. The crimes, which became known as the Houston Mass Murders, came to light only after Henley shot and killed Corll. At the time, the Houston Mass Murders were considered the worst example of serial murder in American history. Dean Corll (left), pictured in 1950 with his mother and younger brother, Stanley.Dean Arnold Corll was born on December 24, 1939 in Fort Wayne, Indiana; the first child of Mary Robinson and Arnold Edwin Corll. Corll's father was strict with his son, whereas his mother was extremely protective of Dean. The marriage of Corll's par. 132 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155986494

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Purdue Boilermakers football

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 131. Chapters: Purdue Boilermakers football bowl games, Purdue Boilermakers football coaches, Purdue Boilermakers football players, Purdue Boilermakers football seasons, Drew Brees, Notre Dame Fighting Irish football rivalries, 2006 Purdue Boilermakers football team, List of Purdue Boilermakers head football coaches, 2008 Purdue Boilermakers football team, John McKay, Old Oaken Bucket, Cleo A. O'Donnell, Bob Griese, Hank Stram, Shillelagh Trophy, John Mackovic, Kyle Orton, James Phelan, Elmer Oliphant, Rod Woodson, 2007 Purdue Boilermakers football team, 2009 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Jeff George, Stu Holcomb, Len Dawson, Stan Parrish, John Luckhardt, William Henry Dietz, Matt Mitrione, Tim Brewster, Cris Dishman, 2010 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Darryl Stingley, Joe Tiller, Andy Smith, 2011 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Albert E. Herrnstein, Rob Ninkovich, Alex Agase, William Afflis, Fred Akers, Phil Bennett, Mike Hankwitz, Kelly Butler, Bobby Williams, 2004 Purdue Boilermakers football team, 1996 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Urban Bowman, Leigh C. Turner, Bob Spoo, Mel Taube, Jack Mollenkopf, Cecil Isbell, 2003 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Purdue Cannon, 2002 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Jim Everett, Ryan Baker, Bernard Pollard, Ben 'Sport' Donnelly, Curtis Painter, Jim Colletto, 2000 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Bill Doba, Frederick A. Speik, Danny Hope, Brian Cabral, Matt Light, 1978 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Landon Johnson, 2005 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Myron E. Witham, Mike Phipps, Purdue Boilermakers football, 1950-1959, Chukky Okobi, 1976 Purdue Boilermakers football team, 1977 Purdue Boilermakers football team, 1975 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Shaun Phillips, 1979 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Robert Marve, Knowlton Ames, Bill Daddio, John Jardine, George Andrew Reisner, Abe Gibron, Kevin Sumlin, Rick Venturi, Rosevelt Colvin, Stuart Schweigert, Leon Burtnett, Kory Sheets, 1970 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Larry Kaminski, Gene Mruczkowski, Tony Mason, Ryan Grigson, Mike Sanford, Anthony Spencer, Allen Elward, Charles Best, Chike Okeafor, Bill Horr, Noble Kizer, Mark Herrmann, Ray Edwards, Bobby Iwuchukwu, Moe Ankney, 2001 Rose Bowl, Randy Melvin, Ross-Ade Stadium, Stanford Keglar, Akin Ayodele, Ralph Welch, Mel Gray, Mike Alstott, Taylor Stubblefield, Brandon Gorin, Dave Butz, Earl Martineau, Fred Jackson, Elmer Burnham, Bob DeBesse, Gary Danielson, Ken Huffine, Craig Terrill, Henry Luke Bolley, Chukie Nwokorie, Cliff Avril, Alex Magee, Dustin Keller, Herman Kerchoff, John Standeford, 1998 Alamo Bowl, Travis Dorsch, 2004 Capital One Bowl, Lamar Lundy, George Van Bibber, Gilbert Gardner, Ed Zaunbrecher, D. M. Balliet, Niko Koutouvides, Jim Miller, Jim Peelle, Roosevelt Barnes, 2007 Motor City Bowl, Nick Hardwick, Brent Hawkins, Dutch Fehring, Jim Chaney, Jack Laraway, 1966 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Bob DeMoss, S. M. Hammond, Tim Stratton, Leroy Keyes, Bryan Leturgez, Joey Elliott, 2001 Purdue Boilermakers football team, Jeff Zgonina, Oliver Cutts, 2002 Sun Bowl, 1985 Purdue Boilermakers football team, 2004 Sun Bowl, Alex Yunevich, Charles Davis, 1967 Rose Bowl, Calvin Williams, Elbert Carraway, Brandon Kirsch, 2001 Sun Bowl, Duane Purvis, Alpha Jamison, Ryan Kerrigan, Clyde Washington, Bill Elias, Pete Brewster, Michael Terrizzi, Len Jardine, Gerald Gooden Jr., Tom Bettis, 2000 Outback Bowl, Bobby Turner, Uche Nwa. 132 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155979403

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Jazz bandleaders

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 131. Chapters: Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Jelly Roll Morton, Paul Whiteman, Clarence Williams, Kid Ory, Bill Evans, Ted Lewis, Raymond Scott, Armand J. Piron, Red Nichols, Cannonball Adderley, Ray Reach, Cab Kaye, Raymond Harry Brown, Buddy Rich, Louis Cottrell, Jr., Machito, Jack Petersen, Wynton Marsalis, Verne Byers, Art Blakey, Herbie Phillips, Tex Beneke, Shep Fields, Leon Breeden, Tito Puente, Chris Barber, Ward Kimball, Guy Lombardo, James Chirillo, Urbie Green, John Pochee, Lew Tabackin, Phil Woods, Stan Keller, Herb Pomeroy, Fred Elizalde, Jimmie Lunceford, Jim Riggs, Miff Mole, Henry Adler, Russ Morgan, Boyd Raeburn, Richard Himber, Papa Bue, George Paxton, William Franklin Lee III, Ray Noble, Eddie Condon, Mel Lewis, Terumasa Hino, Graham Collier, Daniel Tinte, Barrie Lee Hall, Jr., Basil Kirchin, Andrew Cyrille, Jim McNeely, Mirko Fait, Gap Mangione, Gustav Brom, Rich Matteson, Bud Freeman, Sy Oliver, Jean Goldkette, Noble Sissle, Tiny Bradshaw, Salah Ragab, Tom Kubis, Fumio Nanri, Shifty Henry, Danny Mixon, Fate Marable, Irving Aaronson, Oleg Lundstrem, Manfredo Fest, Frode Thingnæs, Nat Temple, Willard Robison, Fred Rich, Maria Schneider, Fats Pichon, Gene Rodemich, Peggy Gilbert, Horace Henderson, Tommy Pederson, Eua Sunthornsanan, Putney Dandridge, Bob Florence, Teddy Hill, Sonny Burke, Ib Glindemann, J. C. Heard, Vic Vogel, Grzegorz Karnas, Ernie Wilkins, Shoji Suzuki, John Hubbard Beecher, Ken Snakehips Johnson, Andy Dickens, Hideo Shiraki, James A. Hall, Bob Mintzer, Charlie Ventura, Elana Stone, Anthony Lacen, Johnny St. Cyr, Harry Betts, Lud Gluskin, Karel Vlach, Dominik Burkhalter, Teddy Riley, Ray Ventura, Lanny Steele, Mike Mainieri, Harry Arnold, Robertinho Silva, Børre Dalhaug, Ed Kirkeby, Trump Davidson, Johnny Messner, Howard Lanin, Craig Ball, Tommy Douglas, Bob Davie, Whit Dickey. Excerpt: Louis Daniel Armstrong (August 4, 1901 - July 6, 1971), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Coming to prominence in the 1920s as an 'inventive' cornet and trumpet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence in jazz, shifting the music's focus from collective improvisation to solo performance. With his instantly recognizable deep and distinctive gravelly voice, Armstrong was also an influential singer, demonstrating great dexterity as an improviser, bending the lyrics and melody of a song for expressive purposes. He was also greatly skilled at scat singing, vocalizing using sounds and syllables instead of actual lyrics. Renowned for his charismatic stage presence and voice almost as much as for his trumpet-playing, Armstrong's influence extends well beyond jazz music, and by the end of his career in the 1960s, he was widely regarded as a profound influence on popular music in general. Armstrong was one of the first truly popular African-American entertainers to 'cross over,' whose skin-color was secondary to his amazing talent in an America that was severely racially divided. It allowed him socially acceptable access to the upper echelons of American society that were highly restricted for a person of color. While he rarely publicly politicized his race, often to the dismay of fellow African-Americans, he was privately a huge supporter of the Civil Rights movement in America. Armstrong often stated that he was born on July 4, 1900, a date that has been noted in many biographies. Although he died in 1971, it was not until the mid. 132 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156999493

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Snohomish County, Washington

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 132. Chapters: Buildings and structures in Snohomish County, Washington, Education in Snohomish County, Washington, Everett, Washington, Geography of Snohomish County, Washington, Marysville, Washington, Mukilteo, Washington, People from Snohomish County, Washington, Transportation in Snohomish County, Washington, Visitor attractions in Snohomish County, Washington, North Marysville, Washington, Stimson Crossing, Washington, Smokey Point, Washington, Interstate 5 in Washington, Washington State Route 9, Maria Cantwell, Bob Barker, Washington State Route 529, Treaty of Point Elliott, Washington State Route 530, U.S. Route 2 in Washington, Washington State Route 531, Sound Transit, Washington State Route 99, Everett Silvertips, Interstate 405, Rodleen Getsic, Washington State Route 527, National Register of Historic Places listings in Snohomish County, Washington, Washington State Route 524, Washington State Route 532, Rick Larsen, Community Transit, Washington State Route 92, Everett Mall, Murders of Raul and Brisenia Flores, Washington State Route 528, Chuck Close, Everett Public Library, Washington State Route 203, KWYZ, Rick Steves, Paine Field, Monte Cristo, Washington, Mountain Loop Highway, Tom Cable, Keith Gilbertson, Washington State Route 525, U.S. Route 10, Bridget Hanley, Snohomish County Explosion, Swift Bus Rapid Transit, Everett High School, Everett massacre, Marysville Arts & Technology High School, Paine Air National Guard Base, Cascade High School (Everett, Washington), Marysville Pilchuck High School, Comcast Arena at Everett, Washington State Route 204, Fluke Corporation, Culmback Dam, Sound Transit Express, Everett Community College, Lakewood School District, Everett Station, History of Marysville, Washington, Lakewood Crossing, List of Community Transit Bus Routes, Washington State Route 522, Rick Anderson (baseball, born 1956), Marko Liias, KONG, Ryan Couture, Naval Station Everett, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, Flying Heritage Collection, Woodinville Subdivision, Thomas Erak, Kevin Hamlin, Washington State Route 526, USS Everett, Larry Gunselman, Interurban Trail, Snohomish County Centennial Trail, Alderwood Mall, Jon Brockman, Howell Oakdeane Morrison, Don Poier, Skykomish County, Washington, Washington State Route 96, Washington State Route 104, Edmonds, Todd Linden, Evergreen Speedway, Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour, Monroe Correctional Complex, Keith Grennan, Jim Creek Naval Radio Station, Everett Hawks, Washington Stealth, Northshore School District, Mariner High School (Everett, Washington), Robe Canyon Historic Trail, KSER, Mukilteo Light, Snohomish School District, Everett School District, Frontier Communications Northwest, Gedney Island, Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America, Possession Sound, Luis Moscoso, Perrinville, Washington, Everett Transit, Edmonds School District, Jeff Ogden, Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Church, The Herald, Edward D. Hansen Conference Center, Henry Cogswell College, Fred W. Vetter, Jr., Quil Ceda Village, 10th Street Middle School, Equator, Marysville Opera House, Sno-Isle Regional Library System, Everett Christian School, Andrew Forsman, Everett AquaSox, Quil Ceda Leather, Paul Kenneth Keller, Verlot Ranger Station-Public Service Center, Mukilteo School District, Freedom County, Washington, E. F. Cady, Arlington School District, Karl Adams, Japanese Gulch, Tulalip Resort Casino, Stanwood IOOF Public Hall, Me 262 Project, Getchel. 132 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156606544

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Rice University alumni

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 138. Chapters: Howard Hughes, William Luther Pierce, Robert Curl, Alberto Gonzales, Sharon Keller, Merritt Ruhlen, Eliot Shapleigh, Pete Olson, Lance Berkman, Allan H. Stevenson, John Kline, David Eagleman, Annise Parker, Leslie H. Southwick, Steve Sailer, Peggy Whitson, Frank Ryan, Jeffrey A. Hoffman, Larry McMurtry, George P. Bush, John N. Leedom, Bubba Crosby, Eric Kuhne, Elizabeth Moon, Kenneth R. Mladenka, Elizabeth Sorrell, Sammy Giammalva, Jr., James Allred, Charles Duncan, Jr., James H. Newman, William P. Hobby, Jr., John Doerr, George P. Taylor, Fred C. Koch, Walter L. Buenger, William Broyles, Jr., Gwynne Dyer, Albert Richard Thomas, Eddie Dyer, Karl W. Giberson, Andrea Blackett, Eric O'Keefe, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Frank J. Low, Kevin Noe, Philip Humber, Maurice Ewing, Timothy A. Gonsalves, Elizabeth Avellan, José Cruz, Jr., Gabriela Lena Frank, Hector Ruiz, Candace Bushnell, John G. Cramer, John Bradshaw, Kevin Wildes, Peter A. Freeman, René Henry Gracida, Shannon Walker, Tommy Kramer, Charles Harper Webb, William Reynolds Archer, Jr., George Chang, Joe Savery, John Morgan, George Mackey, Marilyn McAdams Sibley, Norm Charlton, Dennis Sullivan, David S. McKay, Steven Schafersman, Jeff Niemann, Robert Woodrow Wilson, Warren Robinett, Jarett Dillard, Mary Margaret Whipple, John D. Olivas, Vladimir Rokhlin, Arun Netravali, Ken Kennedy, Matt Anderson, C. J. Peters, Jack Boyd Buckley, Tommy Ho, Wayne Hale, Roy Hofheinz, George Piranian, Ransom A. Myers, Susan Wood, Charles S. Spencer, John William Corrington, George R. Brown, Wade Townsend, Steve Jackson, King Hill, Tim Byrdak, Mark Quinn, Donald Hollas, Stormy Peters, Ryan Pontbriand, Gary H. Stern, James E. Gunn, Craig Stansberry, R. Bowen Loftin, Dave Hyatt, Weldon Humble, Jeffrey Karl Ochsner, Mike MacRae, Takao Doi, Daniel Gillespie, Mario Ramos, Brandon Green, Kermit Beahan, Andrew Dessler, Matthew Sands, Edward Snow, Thomas W. Malone, James R. Heath, John Irwin, Joy Browne, Margaret Hutchinson Rousseau, Dave Pavlas, Timothy M. Chan, John Graves, Jay Bailey, Allan Ramirez, C. Sidney Burrus, Randall Stout, James A. Fite, Jr., R. Stanley Williams, Ali Yildirim Koç, Allison Beckford, Mike Macha, Gary Legenhausen, Douglas L. Jones, Gustavo Sorola, Charles L. Venable, Bennett McCallum, Howell Appling, Jr., Daniel Albright, Eva Hoffman, Michael Les Benedict, Scott Hochberg, Morgan Sparks, Marcus Gwyn, Jim Whitehurst, George Chandler Chase, Hugh Gibson, Kevin Joseph, Julie Roy Jeffrey, Michael Loren Mauldin, Andy Kopplin, Lynn Elsenhans, Gregory G. Colomb, Erik Ian Asphaug, Joe Wong, Joe Wood, Louis E. Brus, Nancy Fairbanks, Bruce A. Finlayson, Rebecca Carrington, Carl P. Daw Jr., James A. Kahle, Mark Kilgard, Michele Gillespie, George Fix, Jennifer Johnson, James Treybig, Harold R. DeMoss, Jr., Greg Williams, Matthew Flatt, Nancy Cole, Mitch Bainwol, Patrick G. Carrick, Thomas H. Cruikshank, Claude Wendell Horton, Sr., Arthur E. Jones. Excerpt: Alberto R. Gonzales (born August 4, 1955) was the 80th Attorney General of the United States. Gonzales was appointed to the post in February 2005 by President George W. Bush. Gonzales is the first Hispanic Attorney General in U.S. history and the highest-ranking Hispanic government official ever. He is the only lawyer in the nation's history to serve as both White House Counsel and Attorney General of the United States. While Bush was Governor of Texas, Gonzales had served as his general counsel, and subsequently he . 140 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156586228

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Oz (TV series) characters

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 140. Chapters: Leo Glynn, Tim McManus, Vernon Schillinger, Homeboys of Oz, Cyril O'Reily, Tobias Beecher, Ryan O'Reily, List of Oz characters, Simon Adebisi, Augustus Hill, Miguel Alvarez, Governor James Devlin, Chucky Pancamo, The Aryan Brotherhood in Oz, Kareem Saïd, Zahir Arif, Burr Redding, Arnold 'Poet' Jackson, James Robson, Carmen Guerra, Peter Schibetta, Agamemnon Busmalis, Chris Keller, Muslims of Oz, Enrique Morales, Jaz Hoyt, Johnny Basil, Father Ray Mukada, Omar White, Bob Rebadow, Sister Pete, Martin Querns, Shirley Bellinger, Raoul 'El Cid' Hernandez, Gloria Nathan, Kenny Wangler, Claire Howell, Supreme Allah, Timmy Kirk, Diane Wittlesey, Jeremiah Cloutier, Sean Murphy, Adam Guenzel, Richie Hanlon, Clayton Hughes, Greg Penders, Moses Deyell, Andrew Schillinger, Jefferson Keane, Junior Pierce, Nikolai Stanislofsky, Leroy Tidd, Dino Ortolani, Nat Ginzburg, Mark Mack, Jia Kenmin, Jason Cramer, Scott Ross, Hamid Khan, Max Sands, William Giles, Frank Urbano, Guillaume Tarrant, Karl Metzger, Nino Schibetta, Antonio Nappa, Mondo Browne, Louis Bevilaqua, Carlo Ricardo, The Bikers of Oz, Wolfgang Cutler, Jackson Vahue, Franklin Winthrop, Ricardo Alvarez, Eugene Dobbins, Bruno Goergen, Seamus O'Reily, Malcolm Coyle, Jim Burns, Hank Schillinger, Li Chen, Donald Groves, Lemuel Idzik, Padraic Connelly, Ralph Galino, Salvatore DeSanto, Alvin Yood, Lenny Burrano, Yuri Kosygin, Mark Miles, Billie Keane, Richard L'Italien, Reggie Rawls, Henry Stanton, Dr. Tariq Faraj, Tug Daniels, Paul Markstrom, Lionel Kelsch, Joey D'Angelo, Wilson Loewen, Fred Wick, Ahmad Lalar, Clarence Seroy, Martin Montgomery, Eduardo Alvarez, Joseph Mineo, Samuel Gougeon, Dave Brass, Johnny Post, Huseni Mershah, Ronald Barlog, Glen Shupe, Liam Meaney, Jahfree Neema, Willy Brandt, Perry Loftus, Carl Jenkins, William Cudney, Edward Galson, Stanley Bukowski, Robert Sippel, Pierce Taylor, Eugene Rivera, Jonathan Coushaine, Carlos Rodrigo, Jiggy Walker, Len Lopresti, Jason Armstrong, Jeremy Goldstein, Kipekemie Jara, Ronald Pokewaldt, Patrick Keenan, Jaime Velez, Daniel Meehan, Adrian Johnson, Eli Zabitz, Pablo Rosa, Don Zanghi, Eddie Hunt, Rick Heim, Lawrence Smith, Tony Masters, Mario Seggio, Travis Smith, Farai Gyrobile, Frank Manhardt, Curtis Bennett, Robbie Gerth, Tom Robinson, Steve Pasquin, Nacim Bismilla, Roger Brese, Jamal Yusef, Andrea Phelan, Sanjay Afsana, Skezz Henke, Vic D'Agnasti, Joseph Howard. Excerpt: Leo Glynn (played by Ernie Hudson) is the warden of the Oswald state correctional facility on the HBO drama Oz. He began working as a correctional officer (possibly Oz's first African American CO) in Oz in the early 1960s and is a very old-fashioned, conservative official. As described in the Journal of Augustus Hill, Glynn's philosophy of running a prison is based more on retribution than redemption and rehabilitation. As stated in the journal, the reasoning behind this is so that Glynn can one day be promoted to the position of Commissioner of Prisons. The journal also states that Glynn wishes to do this in order to one day become the state's first African American Governor. He runs the entire prison answering mainly to Governor James Devlin, a right-wing politician whom even Glynn has policy disagreements with at times. Throughout the series, Glynn is well respected by the staff and for the most part, treats the prisoners as justly as need be. Despite this, he has had moments which show another side of his personality. He can be. 140 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155751832

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Book Description: Sigmaringen Thorbecke, 1984. XVIII, 752 S. Mit Porträt, Abbildungen und Kartenskizzen. OLwd. Mit Beiträgen von Karl Hauck, Detlef Ilmer, Helmut Maurer, Fred Schwind, Hartmut Boockmann, Helmut Beumann, Wilhelm Kohl, Alfred Haverkamp, Hagen Keller u. a. Bookseller Inventory # 3225330

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Golden Age comics creators

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x8 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 145. Chapters: Jack Kirby, William Moulton Marston, Patricia Highsmith, Joe Shuster, Will Eisner, Gardner Fox, Jack Cole, Bill Finger, C. C. Beck, Bob Kane, Stan Lee, Denis McLoughlin, Gene Colan, George Tuska, Jerry Siegel, Everett M. 'Busy' Arnold, Joe Simon, Syd Shores, Jim Mooney, Jerry Grandenetti, Carl Burgos, Joe Kubert, Otto Binder, Don Rico, Bob Powell, Creig Flessel, Russ Heath, Nick Cardy, Charles Biro, George Klein, Ogden Whitney, Paul Norris, Charles Nicholas, Bill Ward, Leon Lazarus, Dick Briefer, Chic Stone, Elizabeth Holloway Marston, Mel Cummin, Kin Platt, Toni Blum, Whitney Ellsworth, Sheldon Moldoff, Harry Sahle, Louis Cazeneuve, Jerry Robinson, Klaus Nordling, Reed Crandall, Ernie Schroeder, Bernard Baily, Ed Winiarski, Ira Schnapp, Joe Gill, Christopher Rule, Al Gabriele, Sid Greene, Lou Fine, George Roussos, Mike Sekowsky, Vince Alascia, Morris Weiss, Jack Keller, Al Avison, Hank Chapman, Jerry Iger, Dick Dillin, Robert Kanigher, Matt Baker, Sheldon Mayer, Paul Reinman, Carl Wessler, Wayne Boring, Howard Purcell, Fred Kida, Frank Giacoia, Ruth Atkinson, Al Plastino, Fred Schwab, Lloyd Jacquet, Dorothy Woolfolk, Fred Ray, Ernie Hart, Harris Levey, Bill Fraccio, Artie Simek, Paul Gustavson, Fletcher Hanks, Mort Meskin, Ken Bald, Alex Blum, Joe Rosen, Jack Binder, Boody Rogers, Alex Schomburg, Vincent Fago, Fred Guardineer, George Kashdan, Art Saaf, Joe Edwards, Ruben Moreira, Alex Lovy, Jack Burnley, Art Pinajian, Gill Fox, Pete Costanza, June Tarpé Mills, L. B. Cole, Frank Borth. Excerpt: Stan Lee (born Stanley Martin Lieber; December 28, 1922) is an American comic book writer, editor, actor, producer, publisher, television personality, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics. In collaboration with several artists, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co-created Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, the Avengers, Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, and many other fictional characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books. In addition, he headed the first major successful challenge to the industry's censorship organization, the Comics Code Authority, and forced it to reform its policies. Lee subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation. He was inducted into the comic book industry's Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1995. Stan Lee was born in New York City, New York, on December 28, 1922 in the apartment of his Romanian-born Jewish immigrant parents, Celia (née Solomon) and Jack Lieber, at the corner of West 98th Street and West End Avenue in Manhattan. His father, trained as a dress cutter, worked only sporadically after the Great Depression, and the family moved further uptown to Fort Washington Avenue, in Washington Heights, Manhattan. When Lee was nearly 9, his only sibling, brother Larry Lieber, was born. By the time Lee was in his teens, the family was living in a one-bedroom apartment at 1720 University Avenue in The Bronx. Lee described it as 'a third-floor apartment facing out back', with him and his brother sharing a bedroom and his parents using a foldout couch. Lee attended DeWitt Clinton High School in The Bronx, where his family had moved next. A voracious reader who enjoyed writing as a teen, he has said that as a youth he worked such part-tim. 148 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155622286

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Book Description: The Scholar's Press Roanoke, Virginia, 1973. Format. 1 164 69 Seiten Guter Zustand/ Good With ill. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # ha1011263

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Book Description: The Scholar's Press Roanoke, Virginia, 1973. Format. 1 164 69 Seiten Guter Zustand/ Good With ill. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # ha1011264

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Jam bands

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x8 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 155. Chapters: Grateful Dead, Phish, The Black Crowes, The Allman Brothers Band, List of jam bands, Glass Harp, Dave Matthews Band, Hot Tuna, Rusted Root, Hootie & the Blowfish, Blues Traveler, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Moby Grape, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Little Feat, Big Brother and the Holding Company, John Butler Trio, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Widespread Panic, The String Cheese Incident, Moe, Organ trio, O.A.R., Dispatch, Gov't Mule, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Dream Machine, The Derek Trucks Band, Puafua, Tea Leaf Green, Phil Lesh and Friends, Umphrey's McGee, The Breakfast, Ozric Tentacles, The Big Wu, Disco Biscuits, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, The Steepwater Band, Randy Crouch, Mr. Blotto, Maktub, RatDog, Railroad Earth, Medeski Martin & Wood, Soulive, Jerry Garcia Band, Keller Williams, Free Radicals, Max Creek, Mandragora, Strangefolk, Yonder Mountain String Band, Cosmic Free Way, U-Melt, Al and the Transamericans, Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, Galactic, RAQ, Col. Bruce Hampton and The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Glowin' Moses, The Codetalkers, Furthur, Deep Banana Blackout, Colonel Les Claypool's Fearless Flying Frog Brigade, Wet Willie, Zen Tricksters, The Dead, ¿koostik hookah, Benevento/Russo Duo, Liquid Soul, Leftover Salmon, BK3, Brothers Past, God Street Wine, Raw Deluxe, The Grapes, New Monsoon, 70 Volt Parade, Taarka, The Everyone Orchestra, ThaMuseMeant, Rainforest Band, Perpetual Groove, Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band, Particle, Baka Beyond, The Other Ones, Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains, The Quark Alliance, Donna the Buffalo, Oysterhead, Karl Denson, Sunburned Hand of the Man, Donna Jean Godchaux Band, Jemimah Puddleduck, Stolen Ogre, Percy Hill, Gabe Dixon Band, Barefoot Truth, Surprise Me Mr. Davis, Family Groove Company, The Bakerton Group, JGB, Llama, The Histronic, Fiddleworms, Cornmeal, Pnuma Trio, The Bridge, Brute., Tripsichord Music Box, BoomBox, Amfibian, The John Popper Project, Addison Groove Project, Garaj Mahal, Livetronica, Kudzu Kings, Vida Blue, King Hobo, Assembly of Dust, Jiggle the Handle, SerialPod, Ten East, Sweet Smoke, Jam Camp, Rane, Muzaic, Basically Frightened, Stratospheerius, List of jam band music festivals, Skullfunked, JBT EP, ZEGG, Living Daylights, Jam Underground, Modereko, The Big Wu Family Reunion, The Idles, KVHW, Santa Cruz Hemp Allstars. Excerpt: Connection Timeout The Grateful Dead were an American rock band formed in 1965 in the San Francisco Bay Area. The band was known for its unique and eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae, country, improvisational jazz, psychedelia, and space rock-and for live performances of long musical improvisation. 'Their music,' writes Lenny Kaye, 'touches on ground that most other groups don't even know exists.' These various influences were distilled into a diverse and psychedelic whole that made the Grateful Dead 'the pioneering Godfathers of the jam band world.' They were ranked 55th in the issue The Greatest Artists of all Time by Rolling Stone magazine. The fans of the Grateful Dead, some of whom followed the band from concert to concert for years, are known as 'Deadheads' and are known for their dedication to the band's music. Many referred to the band simply as 'the Dead.' Phil Lesh and Jerry Garcia were brought together by Gert Chiarito in 1964 to perform on The Midnight Special, her Saturday night radio program on K. 156 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157658764

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Canadian military personnel of World War II

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x8 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 159. Chapters: Leslie Nielsen, Pierre Berton, James Doohan, Farley Mowat, Norman Jewison, Douglas Jung, Conn Smythe, Leonard W. Murray, William Guy Carr, René Lévesque, Guy Simonds, Tommy Prince, Paul Hellyer, Johnny Bower, Milt Schmidt, Robert Timbrell, John B. McNair, Ernest Smith, Andrew McNaughton, Guy Blaikie, William Antrobus Griesbach, Earle Birney, Victor Odlum, Ernest A. Watkinson, Leo Major, Bobby Pearce, Thomas Henry Manning, James Harper Prowse, Kenneth Thomson, 2nd Baron Thomson of Fleet, Frank Gross, Ivor Dent, Harry Crerar, Hartland Molson, Harry DeWolf, William Wasbrough Foster, Lincoln Alexander, Paul Sauvé, F. F. Worthington, Geoffrey Cornish, Desmond Piers, Hardy N. Ganong, Arthur Ryan Smith, Percy W. Nelles, George Owen Johnson, Bruce Matthews, H. L. N. Salmon, Gerald MacIntosh Johnston, Al Balding, Ben Dunkelman, William Henry Atkinson, Gordon Fairweather, George Johnson, Lawrence Moore Cosgrave, Jean Victor Allard, Gordon Churchill, John Bassett, Aldon Lewis Lenard, William Hutt, Peter Worthington, Warner Jorgenson, Vincent Dantzer, Douglas Barton Osborne Savile, Conrad Bain, Daryl Seaman, Wally Floody, Gerald S. Graham, William Landymore, Harry Wayland Randall, Lloyd Samuel Breadner, Henry Botterell, Gordie Drillon, Stanley Waters, Pierre Sévigny, Dallas Schmidt, Harry Wickwire Foster, Paul Martineau, Joe Benoit, Carl Agar, Arthur Lorne James, Ken Reardon, Robert Winters, Charles Perry Stacey, Isidore Goresky, Edward Amy, Sherwood Lett, Wolfe Kelman, Elmer Borstad, Bert Hoffmeister, Dollard Ménard, Clarence Dunlap, Christopher Vokes, Israel Halperin, Charles Foulkes, Howard Graham, Sydney Valpy Radley-Walters, Robert Leckie, Daniel Spry, William Thornton Mustard, Jacques Dextraze, Joe Greene, Gustave Biéler, Terry Nugent, Frank Borland, Gilles Lamontagne, James Coyne, Ernest William Sansom, Larry Henderson, Victor Hubert Tait, Claude Bissell, John Norman Stuart Buchan, 2nd Baron Tweedsmuir, Dale C. Thomson, James D. Prentice, Barney Danson, Frank Pierpoint Appleby, Robert Moncel, Roger Rowley, Ambrose A. Holowach, William Henderson, Rod Keller, Albert Ross Tilley, Romeo Lamothe, Peter Dmytruk, A. Edison Stairs, Gérard Dufresne, Edward Chester Plow, Moe Hurwitz, Clifford Chadderton, John Carl Murchie, Dennis Flynn, Horatio Nelson Lay, Guy D'Artois, Duncan R. Derry, Stewart Cameron, Sinclair Ross, Hal Lawrence, Charles Basil Price, Wilfred Sénéchal, John Augustine Macdonald, John Hamilton Roberts, Robert John Pratt, Norman Buchanan, Lloyd Shaw, Karl Mander Gravell, Bert Lawrence, Richard H. Leir, John Richard Hyde, Coulson Norman Mitchell, J. Roger Pichette, Harold Taylor Wood Grant, Charles Herbert Little, René Marc Jalbert, John Kenneth Macalister, Thomas Victor Anderson, Maurice Dupras, Colin Campbell, Benjamin Handley Geary, Ray Beachey, Douglas Harkness, Fred Cogswell, William McIntyre, Francis Russell, Stephen Worobetz, Alan B. Gold, Pierre Jalbert, Émile Genest, Daniel Lang, George Weaver, Chesley William Carter, Phil Latulippe, Richard Geren, Theodore Meighen, Allan McKinnon, Jack Leslie, Rollo Mainguy, John K. Lawson, Lawrence Paul, Joseph Harcourt Tombs, Maurice Arthur Pope, John MacGregor, John Morrow Godfrey, Wilfred Gordon Bigelow, Rowland Frazee, Léonard Tremblay, Gérald Laniel, Cal Gardner, Wally Dunn, Henry Poole MacKeen, Jake Warren, George Arthur Welsh, James Forgie, Colin Fraser Barron, William Moore Benidickson, Charles Richard, Charles Ramsay Stirling Stein, Walter Deak. 160 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157546375

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