[permalink] [id link]
( On Thursday nobody except Charlie Coe was thinking of Charlie Coe.
from Brown Corpus
Some Related Sentences
On and Thursday
On Thursday evening we may go out of town together by some stage or mail about the distance of ten or twelve miles.
Of course On Thursday, Haney mailed the monthly check for separate maintenance to his wife Lolly, and wished the stranger could do something about her
On Thursday, the first day of the Masters, the contest between Palmer and Player developed instantly.
On Friday, a day as cloudless and lovely as Thursday had been gray and ugly, the plot of the tournament came clearly into focus.
On pro golf tours, professional caddies accompany their player to all events, which usually take place from Thursday through Sunday.
On Thursday, May 31, 2012, Nicklas Lidström retired after his 20th consecutive NHL season, and 6th year as captain of the Detroit Red Wings.
On Thursday, December 12, 1799, Washington spent several hours inspecting his plantation on horseback, in snow, hail and freezing rain — later that evening eating his supper without changing from his wet clothes.
On Maundy Thursday 817, Louis and his court were crossing a wooden gallery from the cathedral to the palace in Aachen when the gallery collapsed, killing many.
On Thursday, May 17, 2012, the White House Press Office announced that President Barack Obama had nominated Derek Mitchell to the U. S. Senate for confirmation to serve as U. S. Ambassador to Burma.
On Holy Thursday they are shorn, and from the wool is woven the pallium which the pope gives to a newly consecrated metropolitan archbishop as a sign of his jurisdiction and his union with the pope.
On Thursday night, the New York area airports ( JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark ) were closed again and reopened the next morning.
On Thursday and Friday, September 14 – 15 September 2001, various relief supplies for the World Trade Center relief effort were collected from the New York City area, and dropped off at the Javits Convention Center or at a staging area at Union Square.
On Thursday, August 5, 2010, it was reported that Quentin Tarantino-who was attached as a co-writer for the script-was attached to direct as well.
On the Origin of Species was first published on Thursday 24 November 1859, priced at fifteen shillings.
On the morning of Thursday, October 12, 2000, USS Cole, under the command of Commander Kirk Lippold, docked in Aden harbor for a routine fuel stop.
On Carnival Thursday ( called " Old Women Day " or " The Women's Day "), in commemoration of an 1824 revolt by washer-women, women storm city halls, cut men's ties, and are allowed to kiss any man who passes their way.
On Thursday Dijous Gras is celebrated, also called ' the omelette day ' ( el dia de la truita ), coques ( de llardons, butifarra d ' ou, butifarra ) and omelettes are eaten.
On Thursday, April 2, 1987 the Illinois Supreme Court overturned the convictions, ruling that Wilson was forced to confess involuntarily after being beaten by police.
On the morning of Thursday, February 14, 1929, St. Valentine's Day, five members of the North Side Gang, plus gang collaborators Reinhardt H. Schwimmer and John May, were lined up against the rear inside wall of the garage at 2122 North Clark Street, in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago's North Side, and executed.
On Thursday, April 20, 2006, with the Nationals winning 10 – 4 against the Philadelphia Phillies, Robinson got his 1000th win, becoming the 53rd manager to reach that milestone.
On Thursday evening of that week, listeners heard Grace trying to rescue her horse, Midnight, from a fire at Brookfield stables, and the crash as a beam fell on her.
On Thursday, December 12, 1805, in the ninth Congress, Senator Stephen Row Bradley of Vermont gave notice that he would, bring in a bill to prohibit the importation of certain persons therein described " into any port or place within the jurisdiction of the United States, from and after the first day of January ", which will be " in the year of our Lord 1808 ", The " certain persons " were described as being slaves on Monday, December 16, 1805.
On and nobody
On March 28 on Nixon's orders, aide John Ehrlichman told Attorney General Richard Kleindienst that nobody in the White House had prior knowledge of the burglary.
On August 22, 1989, he became Nolan Ryan's 5, 000th strikeout victim, but Henderson took an odd delight in the occurrence, saying, " If you haven't been struck out by Nolan Ryan, you're nobody.
On the other hand a completely defeated Flintheart vowed that he will work to become so rich that nobody can humiliate him again ( see Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck-Part VI: The Terror of Transvaal ).
Later, Voltaire was to sum up the famous fête thus: " On 17 August, at six in the evening Fouquet was the King of France: at two in the morning he was nobody.
Cyberdog derived its name from a cartoon in The New Yorker captioned, " On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog.
On June 21, Whymper began his ascent with Swiss guides, but halfway up they experienced severe rockfall ; although nobody was injured, they decided to give up the ascent.
On the other hand, these L and M cones are hard to distinguish by their shapes or other anatomical means – their opsins differ in only 15 out of 363 amino acids, so nobody has yet succeeded in producing specific antibodies to them.
On the process of staging a largely lost work of ancient tragedy, Andy Bargilly, then director of the Theatre, stated: " We do think it is a faithful adaptation to a large extent, but nobody can say 100 percent.
On that occasion, Ketch wielded the instrument of death either with such sadistically nuanced skill or with such lack of simple dexterity — nobody could tell which — that the victim suffered horrifically under blow after blow, each excruciating but not in itself lethal.
" On the other hand, Sam Collins ( in his book Understanding the Chess Openings ) noted the tendency for some Blackmar – Diemer fanatics to try to get the opening in every game, thus limiting their chess experience, and concluded, " Nobody who plays good chess plays this line, and nobody who plays good chess ever will.
On the other hand, nobody since the Grimm brothers could equal Fleming's gift for improvising such audaciously grotesque adversaries as Dr. No, Blofeld, Auric Goldfinger and his henchman, Oddjob.
On July 4, he intentionally walked four batters in innings ( due to runners reaching third base with nobody out in the 14th and 15th innings ) and was the losing pitcher when he allowed a run in the 15th inning of a 4 – 3 loss to Colorado.
On one occasion, in full view of the public, he slapped Ottaviano ( the rightful Lord of Forlì ), but nobody had the courage to defend the boy.
On May 30, 2008, Yabu entered a game against the San Diego Padres as a reliever for the Giants with the score tied and with runners at first and second base, with nobody out.
On June 17, in a game against the Detroit Tigers, Walker made history by becoming the first pitcher to record a save ( since the save rule became an official stat in ) by entering a game with the bases loaded with nobody out and proceeding to strike out all three batters he faced without allowing a run to score.
On January 27, 2011 on his radio show, Patrick defended his proposed 20 % cuts to Texas education funding by saying that anything but engineering and medical research is " research nobody cares about " which he " will get rid of.
On the way to the grow area, they try to pick psychedelic mushrooms convinced that nobody will be suspicious of mushrooms on a pizza.
* On Noise Maker, the break down quote " So play your music, play it so loud that nobody can sleep ... Noisemaker!