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Bill and Doolin's
Bill Doolin's death was as violent as the rest of his Wild Bunch.
Bill Doolin's passing was as violent as the rest of his Wild Bunch.

Bill and ambition
The film, which stars actors Toni Collette, Rachel Griffiths, Jeanie Drynan, Sophie Lee, and Bill Hunter, focuses on the socially awkward Muriel whose ambition is to have a glamorous wedding and improve her personal life by moving from her dead-end home town, the fictional Porpoise Spit, to Sydney.
With a positive pre-season, which included beating a young Manchester United team and some exciting prospects signing things appeared to be looking up, with chairman Bill Bratt claiming that the club's ambition would be challenging for play off places.
Bill Juneau, a coach at South Dakota State, knew of Briggs ' ambition and the entrepreneurial interests of Harold M. Stratton, a successful grain merchant who had a farm next to Juneau's farm.

Bill and appeared
First The Life Of John Bright appeared and seven years later Lord Grey Of The Reform Bill.
The main Breakfast presenters have also appeared on the channel since it was first launched as a simulcast programme in 2000, with the current presenters being Bill Turnbull, Susanna Reid ( Mondays to Wednesdays ), Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt ( Thursdays, Ftidays and weekends ).
Phyllis Pearce ( Jill Summers ) was hailed as the new Ena Sharples in 1982, the Duckworths moved into No. 9 in 1983 and slipped into the role once held by the Ogdens, while Percy Sugden ( Bill Waddington ) appeared in 1983 and took over the grumpy war veteran role from Albert Tatlock.
She also appeared in The Princess Bride ( 1987 ) and Scrooged ( 1988 ), with Bill Murray, in which Variety called her " unquestionably pic's comic highlight.
Leary has appeared as an actor in over 40 movies, including The Sandlot, as Scott's stepfather Bill, Monument Ave., The Matchmaker, The Ref, Suicide Kings, Dawg, Wag the Dog, Demolition Man, Judgment Night, The Thomas Crown Affair, and Operation Dumbo Drop.
Comedian Bill Cosby is usually associated with Jell-O and, more famously, Jell-O pudding as he has appeared in many commercials promoting both.
Bill Cosby, longtime spokesperson for the Jell-O brand, appeared before a joint session of the Utah Legislature in support of the bill.
Van Cleef appeared six times between 1951 and 1955 as Burt Tanner on the children's western The Adventures of Kit Carson, starring Bill Williams.
In 2006 she appeared alongside Bill Nighy in Stephen Poliakoff's multi-Golden Globe winning BBC drama, Gideon's Daughter.
Newer contributors who appeared in this period include Anthony Barbieri, Scott Bricher, Tom Bunk, John Caldwell, Desmond Devlin, Drew Friedman, Barry Liebmann, Kevin Pope, Scott Maiko, Hermann Mejia, Tom Richmond, Andrew J. Schwartzberg, Mike Snider, Greg Theakston, Nadina Simon, Rick Tulka and Bill Wray.
) and Hell Ride ( written and directed by Larry Bishop, who appeared in Kill Bill Vol.
An expanded version of Black Sunday ( the highight film's title ) has appeared on NFL's Greatest Games and contains an additional hour of game footage plus audio play-by-play from Bill King and Rich Marotta while retaining Facenda's narration.
Former U. S. presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, and Bill Clinton appeared in another videotaped segment and recited some of the speeches by Abraham Lincoln.
In 1989, Waits appeared in his final theatrical stage role to date, appearing as Curly in Thomas Babe's Demon Wine, alongside Bill Pullman, Philip Baker Hall, Carol Kane, and Bud Cort.
Also that year, The Band, along with Ronnie Hawkins, Bob Dylan and other performers, appeared at former US President Bill Clinton's 1993 " Blue Jean Bash " inauguration party.
In 2009, Aykroyd along with Harold Ramis, wrote and appeared in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, which also featured Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, William Atherton, and Brian Doyle-Murray.
Jones appeared in Twice a Fortnight with Palin, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie and Jonathan Lynn, as well as the television series The Complete and Utter History of Britain ( 1969 ).
In 1998 he appeared in one episode of the ITV TV series The Bill, credited as David Lawson.
In April 1983, Joseph Bonanno and his son, Bill Bonanno appeared on the CBS News TV program 60 Minutes to be interviewed by correspondent Mike Wallace.
The organization is known for its aggressive media campaigns, combined with a solid base of celebrity support — Pamela Anderson, Drew Barrymore, Alec Baldwin, John Gielgud, Bill Maher, Stella McCartney, and Alicia Silverstone have all appeared in PETA ads.
* Folk music duo Bill Hinkley and Judy Larson occasionally appeared as guest musicians.
The Frank Merriwell stories appeared in the Medal, New Medal and Merriwell Libraries, Buffalo Bill in the Buffalo Bill Library and Far West Library, and so on.

Bill and was
Zing was the creation of two men, Louis Thor and Bill Blake, partners in zing!!
Present at the scene -- in addition to the dead man, who was indeed Louis Thor -- had been Thor's partner Bill Blake, and Antony Rose, an advertising agency executive who handled the zing account.
Lawrence was waiting for Bill Boxell.
Evidently Bill was another of those men who simply don't understand women.
It occurred to Bill Weigand that he was, on a hunch basis, eliminating a good many.
Bill Weigand was good and tired of the wall opposite, and the crack in the plaster.
All Dallas members voted with Roberts, except Rep. Bill Jones, who was absent.
With the announcement of a `` special achievement award '' to William A. ( ( Bill ) Shea, the awards list was completed yesterday for Sunday night's thirty-eighth annual dinner and show of the New York Chapter, Baseball Writers' Association of America, at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
Bill Davis quartet of Hillsboro was second and baton twirler Sue Ann Nuttall of Reedville third.
His three-round total of 210 was three strokes better than the next best score, a 213 by Bill Collins, the tall and deliberate Baltimorean who had been playing very well all winter long.
As Player began his second round in a twosome with amateur Bill Hyndman, his share of the gallery was not conspicuously large for a contender.
He just took over the week Bill Daley was in the state basketball play-off ''.
Lincoln only vetoed four bills passed by Congress ; the only important one was the Wade-Davis Bill with its harsh program of Reconstruction.
The transformative power of the song was investigated by journalist Bill Moyers in a documentary released in 1990.
The International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen was awarded in the year 2000 to the President of the United States, Bill Clinton, for his special personal contribution to cooperation with the states of Europe, for the preservation of peace, freedom, democracy and human rights in Europe, and for his support of the enlargement of the European Union.
It was there that Young retrieved, at the request of mission control, the largest rock returned by an Apollo mission, a breccia nicknamed Big Muley after mission geology principal investigator Bill Muehlberger.
Following the Glorious Revolution, the line of succession to the English throne was governed by the Bill of Rights 1689, which declared that the flight of James II from England to France during the revolution amounted to an abdication of the throne and that James ' son-in-law, ( and nephew ) William of Orange, and his wife, James ' daughter, Mary, were James ' successors, who ruled jointly as William III and Mary II.
Thus, there was seen a need for a new law that would ensure the continuance of the succession following the death of the last legal heir under the Bill of Rights, being Princess Anne, guaranteeing the line of succession would continue in the Protestant line, and excluding any possible claims by the deposed James II or his son and daughter, James Francis Edward and Louisa Maria Teresa Stuart.
A private member's bill — the Succession to the Crown Billwas introduced in the House of Lords in December 2004.
* Calamity Jane Martha Jane Canary ( May 1, 1852 – August 1, 1903 ), better known as Calamity Jane, was an American frontierswoman, and professional scout best known for her claim of being an acquaintance of Wild Bill Hickok.
This was started by Roy Noble, who built the guitar played by Clarence White from 1968 to 1972, and was followed by Bill Collings, Marty Lanham, Dana Bourgeois, Randy Lucas, Lynn Dudenbostel and Wayne Henderson, a few of the luthiers building guitars today inspired by vintage Martins, the pre – World War II models in particular.
During the 1980s, Grant was also a backup singer for Bill Gaither.

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