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  • In 1944, the Billy Eckstine band visited St. Louis. [[Dizzy Gillespie]] and [[Charlie Parker] ...l Evans, Gerry Mulligan, and John Lewis. This began his collaboration with Evans, with whom he would collaborate on many of his major works over the next tw
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  • ...ith alto saxophonist [[Cannonball Adderley]]; pianists Red Garland, [[Bill Evans]], and Wynton Kelly; bassist Paul Chambers; and drummers Philly Joe Jones a ...s." Many aspects of this recording were revolutionary—starting with Bill Evans, who played piano on most of the album. His non-traditional chordal approac
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  • ...), was an American [[cowboy]] [[actor]] and singer. He and his wife [[Dale Evans]], his golden [[palomino]] [[Trigger (horse)|Trigger]], and his [[German sh ... Evans at the 61st Academy Awards.jpg|thumb|left|250px|Roy Rogers and Dale Evans at an Academy Awards celebration]]
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  • ...ef>[ Researchers: Obama has German roots]. ''USATODAY'' (June 4, 2009). Retrieved Februar ...ness International Corporation]], then at the [[New York Public Interest Research Group]].<ref name=Obama/> He was hired as director of the [[Developing Comm
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  • ... Psi Upsilon fraternity. His college friends knew him by the nickname "Old Bill." Initially, given Taft's physical size, Yale's American football coach wan ...tor Nelson Aldrich and big business, Taft took credit, calling it the best bill to come from the Republican Party. Again he had managed to alienate all sid
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  • ... enactment of the Fourteenth Amendment, the [[United States Bill of Rights|Bill of Rights]] protected individual rights only from invasion by the [[Federal ...ayer_personalizing.html Personalizing the Impersonal: Corporations and the Bill of Rights]," 41 Hastings L.J. 577 (1990). Retrieved February 4, 2009.</ref>
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  • ...ckquote>"The most distant fountain of the waters of the mighty Missouri in search of which we have spent so many toilsome days and restless nights."</blockqu ...888. He and a team of local ranchers climbed the Centennial Mountain Range searching for the source of the principal spring. The team discovered and recorded
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  • the national [[library]] of the [[United States]], and represents the research arm of the [[U.S. Congress]]. It is one of the largest libraries in the wor The Library of Congress began with the limited mission of providing research support to members of Congress after the relocation of the federal capital
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  •, after which they passed into law and removed the right to veto finance bills, see "Parliament Act of 1911," ''''. [ ...they resolved to take independent action if the government did not bring a bill for disestablishment. When that was not forthcoming he and three other Wels
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  • ...rocess is enshrined in the [[U.S. Constitution]] and [[U.S. Bill of Rights|Bill of Rights]]|right}}, appearing in both its [[Fifth Amendment to the United ==History prior to U.S. Bill of Rights==
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  • ... at [[Montreal]] 1956, scoring 7/10 to tie for 8-12th places, with [[Larry Evans]] winning.<ref>Wade and O'Connell, 1972, 105.</ref> Fischer's famous game f "personal problems" and began to listen to various radio ministers in a search for answers. This is how he first came to listen to ''The World Tomorrow''
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  • began in 1988, which recently has received a big boost from well over a billion dollars invested by the Gates Foundation. ...llion given by the Rotary Foundation since 1985 and about $1.3 billion via Bill Gates and his foundation since 2005. However, the process of getting rid of
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  • ...h as the [[United States Constitution]] and [[United States Bill of Rights|Bill of Rights]], and is considered one of the most important legal documents in ===First uses of the charter as a bill of rights===
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  • ...owerful use of the bottleneck slide on his electric guitar. Meanwhile, Big Bill Broonzy, the top blues musician in the Chicago scene at the time, gave Mudd ...monica of Little Walter to form his classic Chicago blues lineup. Although Bill Broonzy was still bigger on the national scene, Waters' richly deep voice,
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  • ... airman, although talented, will not be guided by policy," Col. William S. Evans, chief of information services wrote to the Eglin personnel office. "Someti ...ool of General Studies|School of General Studies]] part-time on the [[G.I. Bill]], taking classes in [[short story|short-story]] writing.<ref name="proudwa
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  • ...sic, and [[Cretaceous period]]s (Holtz, 1998). According to paleontologist Bill Erickson, estimates of median dinosaur weight range from 500 kg to 5 metric ... hundreds or even thousands of herbivores indicate that [[Hadrosaurid|duck-bill]]s (hadrosaurids) may have moved in great herds, like the [[Bison|American
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  • ...lly conceived as a mechanism to protect the rights of American blacks, the bill, prior to its passage, was amended to protect the civil rights of all citiz ...reme Court—a battle between lawmaking and law interpreting. Though these bills were all passed into law, they were, in stark reality, worth little more t
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  • ... and entered Columbia Law School. Finding law boring, however, Roosevelt researched and wrote his first major book, ''[ Th Roosevelt was an activist during his years in the Assembly, writing more bills than any other New York state legislator.
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  • ...oke into suspected [[Loyalist (American Revolution)|Loyalists']] houses to search for stamps. When the [[Stamp Act 1765|Stamp Act]] went into effect on Novem ...Hartley. ''Heroes and Patriots of the South.'' (1860) (Philadelphia: G. G. Evans), 294, [
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  • ...f the origins of the game is David Block's ''Baseball Before We Knew It: A Search for the Roots of the Game'' (2005). The publisher's description of the book ...r thoroughly ineffective or became injured. With new advances in medical research and thus a better understanding of how the human body functions and tires o
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