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In 1966, Scott appeared as Jud Barker in the NBC western The Road West, starring Barry Sullivan, Kathryn Hays, Andrew Prine, and Glenn Corbett.
Members of the Borough Council are Vincent Binkoski ( R, 2014 ), Glenn Corbett ( R, 2013 ), Brian Gillen ( R, 2012 ), Sandra Hayes ( R, 2014 ), Scott Hutchins ( R, 2013 ) and Thomas Yeager ( R, 2012 ).
In addition to the annual team-up episodes, Power Rangers Wild Force also had a special episode commemorating it as the tenth incarnation, Forever Red, by having Cole team up with the nine Red Rangers before him, ( in order of incarnations, Jason Lee Scott, Aurico, Tommy Oliver, Theodore J. Jarvis Johnson, Andros, Leo Corbett, Carter Grayson, Wesley Collins and Eric Myers ), in order to prevent the remaining generals of the Machine Empire ( the costumes used were actually from Big Bad Beetleborgs and Beetleborgs Metallix ) from unearthing and reactivating Lord Zedd's zord, Serpentera, which had been left buried on the moon.
Corbett released a full-length, self-titled country music album co-produced in Nashville, TN, by D. Scott Miller and Tara Novick, on April 4, 2006, and went on tour that year to promote the album.
Corbett appeared as Chance Reynolds, a regular cast member on the NBC Western The Road West ( 1966 – 1967 ), with co-stars Barry Sullivan, Kathryn Hays, Andrew Prine, Brenda Scott, and Kelly Corcoran.
He played the son of a sex addict ( Harry Hamlin ) in Sex, Lies & Obsession ( 2001 ), and also acted opposite John Corbett in the Christmas film Prancer Returns ( 2001 ), which went direct-to-video but was praised by critic Scott Weinberg, and earned Clark another Young Artist Award.
While divorced, Prine and Scott co-starred as brother and sister, along with Barry Sullivan, Kathryn Hays, Kelly Corcoran, and Glenn Corbett in the NBC western series The Road West ( 1966 – 1967 ), which featured stories of a pioneer family in Kansas.

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* Alien ( film ), a 1979 film by Ridley Scott
Among subsequent possessors were Scott's son-in-law, John Gibson Lockhart, J. R. Hope Scott, Q. C., and his daughter ( Scott's great-granddaughter ), the Hon.
Other former Baltimore announcers include Josh Lewin ( currently with New York Mets ), Bill O ' Donnell, Tom Marr, Scott Garceau, Mel Proctor, Michael Reghi, former major league catcher Buck Martinez, and former Oriole players including Brooks Robinson, pitcher Mike Flanagan and outfielder John Lowenstein.
The last of these also contained some oral material and by the end of the 18th century this was becoming increasingly common, with collections including John Ritson's, The Bishopric Garland ( 1784 ), which paralleled the work of figures like Robert Burns and Walter Scott in Scotland.
* F. Scott Fitzgerald's second novel, The Beautiful and Damned ( 1922 ), contains a scene in which Gloria compares Anthony to a Russian wolfhound.
* George Scott ( first baseman ), Major League Baseball player nicknamed " Boomer "
Pfeiffer ( who developed scientific practices in biodynamic farming ), Paul Keene ( founder of Walnut Acres in Pennsylvania ), and Scott and Helen Nearing ( who inspired the back-to-land movement of the 1960s ).
the Extra-Terrestrial ( 1982 ), and Ridley Scott directed Blade Runner ( 1982 ), and also The Accused ( 1988 ).
In 1997, Scott Adams masqueraded as a management consultant to Logitech executives ( as Ray Mebert ), with the cooperation of the company ’ s vice-chairman.
Notable rockabilly revivalists and psychobilly performers from the 1990s and first decade of the 21st century include Scott Owen ( from the Australian band The Living End ), Jimbo Wallace ( from the US band Reverend Horton Heat ), Kim Nekroman ( Nekromantix ), Patricia Day ( HorrorPops ), Geoff Kresge ( Tiger Army, ex-AFI ).
During the 1990s, Rick Ross, a noted cult intervention advocate who took part in a number of deprogramming sessions, was sued by Jason Scott, a former member of a Pentecostalist group called the Life Tabernacle Church ( part of United Pentecostal Church International ), after an unsuccessful forcible deprogramming.
The jury awarded Scott $ 875, 000 in compensatory damages and $ 1, 000, 000 in punitive damages against the Cult Awareness Network ( CAN ), and $ 2, 500, 000 against Ross ( later settled for $ 5, 000 and 200 hours of services " as an expert consultant and intervention specialist ").
* Eric Scott Raymond ( born 1956 ), Flight Instructor and Glider pilot
Editor Scott Haring noted ( referring to the FASA edition ) that " Earthdawn had an original, inventive magic system ( no mean trick given the hundreds of fantasy RPGs that came before ), and a game world that gave you the classic " monsters and dungeons " sort of RPG experience, but made sense doing it.
Hugh Le Caine, John Hanert, Raymond Scott, composer Percy Grainger ( with Burnett Cross ), and others built a variety of automated electronic-music controllers during the late 1940s and 1950s.
Other notable figures in the movement include Stringfellow Barr and Scott Buchanan ( who together initiated the Great Books program at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland ), Mark Van Doren, Alexander Meiklejohn, and Sir Richard Livingstone, an English classicist with an American following.
After a string of successful films, including the comedies The Lavender Hill Mob ( 1951 ), The Titfield Thunderbolt ( 1953 ) and The Ladykillers ( 1955 ), as well as dramas like Dead of Night, Scott of the Antarctic and The Cruel Sea, Ealing Studios finally ceased production in 1958, and the studios were taken over by the BBC for television production.
Archibald Scott Couper independently arrived at the idea of self-linking of carbon atoms ( his paper appeared in June 1858 ), and provided the first molecular formulas where lines symbolize bonds connecting the atoms.
When the army investigates, they are greeted by Wilson ( Chuck Wilson ), Grenchko ( Richard Berger ), Emmy Kano ( Anna Nakagawa ) and an android named M-11 ( Robert Scott Field ).

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* 1779 – Francis Scott Key, American lawyer, author, and songwriter ( d. 1843 )
There have been numerous appearances from NPR personalities, including Bob Edwards, Susan Stamberg, Scott Simon, Ray Suarez, Will Shortz, Sylvia Poggioli, and commentator and author Daniel Pinkwater.
Famous authors of the city include Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Muriel Spark, author of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, James Hogg, author of The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner, Ian Rankin, author of the Inspector Rebus series of crime thrillers, J. K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, who began her first book in an Edinburgh coffee shop, Adam Smith, economist, born in Kirkcaldy, and author of The Wealth of Nations, Sir Walter Scott, the author of famous titles such as Rob Roy, Ivanhoe and Heart of Midlothian, Robert Louis Stevenson, creator of Treasure Island, Kidnapped and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Irvine Welsh, author of Trainspotting.
Francis Scott Key ( August 1, 1779 – January 11, 1843 ) was an American lawyer, author, and amateur poet, from Georgetown, who wrote the lyrics to the United States ' national anthem, " The Star-Spangled Banner ".
In 2004 Scott Kellum published a detailed analysis of the literally unity of the entire Farewell Discourse and stated that it shows that it was written by a single author, and that its structure and placement within the Gospel of John is consistent with the rest of that gospel.
* Allen J. Scott ( born 1938 ), winner of Vautrin Lud Prize in 2003 and the Anders Retzius Gold medal 2009 ; author of numerous books and papers on economic and urban geography, known for his work on regional development, new industrial spaces, agglomeration theory, global city-regions and the cultural economy.
* 1963 – Scott Westerfeld, American author
* 1898 – Scott O ' Dell, American author ( d. 1989 )
* Scott Monk ( born 1974 ), Australian author
As of February 2012, Ridley Scott was discussing a project based on a screenplay called The Counselor by author Cormac McCarthy.
Orson Scott Card, an author of both science fiction and non-SF fiction, has postulated that in science fiction the message and intellectual significance of the work is contained within the story itself and, therefore, there need not be stylistic gimmicks or literary games ; but that many writers and critics confuse clarity of language with lack of artistic merit.
Scott Raymond Adams ( born June 8, 1957 ) is the American creator of the Dilbert comic strip and the author of several nonfiction works of satire, commentary, business, and general speculation.
* 1832 – Walter Scott, Scottish author, poet, and playwright ( b. 1771 )
Scott was the first English-language author to have a truly international career in his lifetime, with many contemporary readers in Europe, Australia, and North America.
Mindful of his reputation as a poet, Scott maintained the anonymity he had begun with Waverley, publishing the novels under the name " Author of Waverley " or as " Tales of ..." with no author.
Although he continued to be extremely popular and widely read, both at home and abroad, Scott's critical reputation declined in the last half of the nineteenth century as serious writers turned from romanticism to realism, and Scott began to be regarded as an author suitable for children.
In Charles Baudelaire's La Fanfarlo ( 1847 ), poet Samuel Cramer says of Scott: Oh that tedious author, a dusty exhumer of chronicles!
* 1896 – F. Scott Fitzgerald, American author ( d. 1940 )
The Physiologus is a didactic text written or compiled in Greek by an unknown author, in Alexandria ; its composition has been traditionally dated to the 2nd century AD by readers who saw parallels with writings of Clement of Alexandria, who is asserted to have known the text, though Alan Scott has made a case for a date at the end of the third or in the 4th century.

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