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* Brown, Dale M ( Ed )" Vikings ". Time Life, 2004 ISBN 1844470547
* Dale Brown ( b. 1956 ), American author
* Dale Brown ( basketball ) ( born 1935 ), American football, track, basketball player and coach
* Dale Brown ( boxer ) ( 1971 ), Canadian boxer
* Dreamland ( 2001 ), a novel by Dale Brown
That effect has been variously interpreted ; Dale Brown points out an interpretation that, in inserting within the work a faded portrait of the king and queen hanging on the back wall, Velázquez has ingeniously prognosticated the fall of the Spanish empire that was to gain momentum following his death.
* Dale Brown.
The Dale Brown novel Plan of Attack saw nuclear missiles launched by Russian bombers attacking multiple bomber bases all over the U. S, including Offutt, which is destroyed by four Kh-15 ( AS-17 Kickback ) missiles.
* Dale Brown – Novelist ; former U. S. Air Force pilot
In the Dale Brown novel Plan of Attack, the base is destroyed by two Russian nuclear-tipped AS-17 Krypton cruise missiles.
* Dale Brown – best-selling military techno-thriller novelist, graduated from Grand Island High School 1974
Theda Arnold, present ( 1979 ) Post Master has copies of the National Archives Records showing later post masters to include, S. J. Robb, 1889 ; Dement Brown, 1891 ; Martha A. LaGrange, 1892 ; Benjamin F. Yoder, 1893 ; Jerome S. Rice, 1895 ; Wiliam H. Beck, 1899 ; Oscar Yoder, 1901 ; Martha A. LaGrange, 1903 ; Martha A. Miskimins, 1904 ; William R. Kirlin, 1928 ; Verna Bess Coen, 1954 ( acting ); Dale E. Howery, 1956 ; Theda Arnold, 1972, up to present day.
Years later, former LSU head basketball coach Dale Brown charted every college game Maravich played, taking into consideration all shots he took.
* Dale Brown
* Brown, Dale: Understanding Pietism, rev.
Also in 1903, Dale assisted Ernest Starling and William Bayliss in the vivisection of a dog, by removing the dog's pancreas and then killing the dog with a knife, which ultimately led to the events of the Brown Dog affair.
* In the Dale Brown novel Storming Heaven, the airport is subject to a massive terror attack when Belgian international terrorist Henri Cazaux in an L-610 cargo plane loaded with explosives violates the Class C, B and A airspace ( in that order ) while being pursued by an F-16 fighter.
* Dreamland: Retribution, a 2009 novel by Jim DeFelice and Dale Brown
George W. Bush, Tony Blair, Tony Blair James Bond, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, Ozzy Osbourne, Sir Patrick Moore, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Victor Meldrew and Richard Wilson, Brian Sewell, Fourth Doctor ( Tom Baker ), Tenth Doctor ( David Tennant ), Brian Perkins, Simon Cowell, Master Yoda ( on radio )), Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, David Beckham, Chris Tarrant, William Hague, Simon Schama, Russell Crowe & Maximus Decimus Meridius, Ricky Gervais, Michael Buerk, Sir Trevor McDonald ( on television ), George Lucas, Jeremy Clarkson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sir Alan Sugar, David Frost, Ross Kemp, Eminem, Gordon Ramsay, Judge John Deed, Terry Wogan, John Humphrys, Rolf Harris, Charlotte Church ( on radio ), Jonathan Ross, Dale Winton, Jon Pertwee, Chris Eubank, Frank Bruno ( on radio ), Richard Whiteley, Morgan Freeman, Bono, Homer Simpson ( on radio ), John Craven, Griff Rhys Jones, Billy Connolly, Nick Ross, Senator John Edwards, Phil Spencer, Robbie Williams, John Motson, Gary Lineker ( on radio ), Jack Bauer, Dermot Murnaghan, Johnny Vegas, Shane Richie, Liam Gallagher, Captain Jack Sparrow, Jar Jar Binks, Doctor Octopus, José Mourinho, Hugh Laurie & Dr Gregory House, James Blunt, Alex Turner, Noel Edmonds, Justin Lee Collins, Jamie Cullum, Jamie Oliver, Wolverine, Ian Hislop, Jeremy Kyle, Wayne Rooney, Gordon Brown, Michael Owen, Jack Johnson, Captain Jack Harkness, Pete Doherty, Ewan McGregor, Peter Andre, Robin Hood, James Nesbitt, Michael Pike
In November 2001, Roufus had a boxing match and fought against Dale Brown who was the North American and Canadian national champion, but he was knocked out at 9R, and this was his last match in boxing.
Certain Dale Brown novels place cyberweapons in different roles.
The core collection also includes major works of art donated by Paul Mellon, Ailsa Mellon Bruce, Lessing J. Rosenwald, Samuel Henry Kress, Rush Harrison Kress, Peter Arrell Brown Widener, Joseph E. Widener and Chester Dale.
In the 1990 novel The Tin Man, by Dale Brown, the eponymous protagonist is a power-armored vigilante whom the media and police have dubbed The Tin Man for his physical resemblance to the Wizard of Oz character.
* In 2008, The Chicken was featured in a Sony commercial that also featured Dale Earnhardt, Jr., James Brown and Peyton Manning.

Dale and founding
These include " America's Waltz King " Wayne King, professional wrestler Tommy Treichel, Billy Zoom ( Tyson Kindell ) founding member and original guitarist of the punk band X, MLB player Pete Lister, and former NASA astronaut Dale Gardner.
This differs from most of the urbanized areas of Prince William County, whose utilities are provided by Prince William County Service Authority, as Dale City's founding predates the Authority's existence.
The founding editor and first proprietor of the newspaper was David Dale Buchanan, who was born in New Lanark, Scotland in 1819.
American Songwriter writes " In honor of their 40th anniversary, ' founding fathers of Americana ' The Flatlanders ( Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Butch Hancock ) will release The Odessa Tapes on August 28 via New West Records.
Dale Kutnick was also a Yankee Group analyst and equity holder before joining Gartner and later founding the Meta Group, which was subsequently purchased by Gartner.

Dale and director
He adopted his stage name, Martin Sheen, from a combination of the CBS casting director, Robert Dale Martin, who gave him his first big break, and the televangelist archbishop, Fulton J. Sheen.
On July 20, 2007, MacDonald's " inappropriate influence " led H. Dale Hall, director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, to order a review of eight endangered species decisions in which the former deputy assistant secretary was involved.
* Grover Dale, actor, dancer, choreographer, director
* Kevin Triplett-Vice President of Public Affairs for Bristol Motor Speedway, former media relations director for GM / Goodwrench, Dale Earnhardt and NASCAR.
* Dale Gary, professor of physics and director of Owens Valley Solar Array
Running out of time, Muir secretly creates a forged urgent operational directive from the CIA director to commence Operation Dinner Out, a rescue mission spearheaded by Commander Wiley's ( Dale Dye ) U. S. Navy SEAL team, which Bishop laid the groundwork for as a " Plan B " to his own rescue attempt.
* December 23 – Holly Dale, film and television director and film producer
* Rage ( director ), artistic name for American music video director Dale Resteghini
The stadium itself remains named Sprankle-Sprandel stadium in honor of two Albion athletic and academic legends: Dale Sprankle, who won 23 MIAA championships in four sports over a 26-year span as a teacher, coach, and athletic director ; and Walter Sprandel, a championship coach in track and basketball while at Olivet and Albion, and later Albion's dean of students for parts of two decades.
John Wayne was cast as Wead, Ken Curtis as John Dale Price, and Ward Bond played director Ford in the thinly-disguised pseudonymous character of John Dodge.
Their team, led by producer Dale T. Hardin, director Craig Schaefer, and composer / lyricist Michael Reno created dozens of Shaklee Shows from concept to performance, and eventually branched out into in-house satellite TV.
* TCM Remembers 2001: Anthony Quinn, Jack Lemmon, Rosemary DeCamp, Charlotte Coleman, Kathleen Freeman, Corinne Calvet, Ray Walston, Jane Greer, David Graf, screenwriter Ken Hughes, Larry Tucker, cinematographer Henri Alekan, director Budd Boetticher, Herbert Ross, Wilkie Cooper, animator William Hanna, Paul Berry, Nancy Parsons, Aaliyah, Eileen Heckart, Dale Earnhardt and George Harrison.
Professor Dale Sanders, FRS ( born 13 May 1953 ) is a director of the John Innes Centre, an internationally leading institute for research in plant sciences and microbiology in Norwich, England.
Those with disabilities have included Chuck Close ( painter ), Mark Di Suvero ( sculptor ), Jack Hofsiss ( director ), Tony Meléndez ( musician ), Howie Seago ( actor / director ), Dale Chihuly ( glass artist ), Itzhak Perlman ( violinist ) and many more.
Dale Wood was a renowned composer, organist, and choral director best known for his church music compositions.
* Lighting director: Dale Lynch
WNBC promotion director Dale Pon ( who later created the successful " I Want My MTV " campaign ) created its slogan " The Next One ", meaning that it would be the number-one ranked AM music station in New York City.
In the spring of 1984, Dale Parsons took over as program director.
In replacing the director Ed Sherin and choreographer Grover Dale, he asked for absolute control over the production as director and choreographer and received credit as " having written, directed, and choreographed " the show.
Key members of Haskett's campaign team were campaign manager Ryan Sparrow ( previously the communications director for Environment Minister Rona Ambrose ), former law firm partner Michael Menear, former member of London city council Ted Wernham, London businessperson Randy Collins, and Dale Mackness.
Several big names of the Harry Potter series have been on MuggleCast, such as Mary GrandPré, the illustrator of the Harry Potter books published by Scholastic, Jim Dale, who had narrated the American version of the books, Patrick Doyle, the composer of the fourth film, Warwick Davis, who played Professor Filius Flitwick and Griphook, David Heyman, producer of the Harry Potter films, David Yates, director of the final four Potter films, and Oliver Phelps, who played George Weasley in the films.

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