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Dobbs wrote two following books To Play the King and The Final Cut which were televised in 1993 and 1995 respectively.
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Sex, Lies, and Videotape was followed by a series of low-budget box-office disappointments: Kafka, a biopic mixing fact and Kafka's own fiction ( notably The Castle and The Trial ), written by Lem Dobbs and starring Jeremy Irons as Franz Kafka ; King of the Hill ( 1993 ), a critically acclaimed Depression-era drama ; The Underneath ( 1995 ), a remake of Robert Siodmak's 1949 film noir Criss Cross ; and Schizopolis ( 1996 ), a comedy which he starred in, wrote, composed, and shot as well as directed.
* In 2009, Michael Dobbs wrote a short play, " Turning Point ," for a series of live broadcast TV plays on Sky Arts channel.
Important to the strike's victory was the strike daily The Organizer ; although Farrell Dobbs was listed on its masthead as the editor, Shachtman wrote much of it and organized its production.
In 1996, the Washington Post wrote, “ The Kosovo cause has been kept alive in Washington by a small group of congressmen led by Rep. Eliot L. Engel ( D-N. Y .)....” ( Dobbs, Michael, “ Kosovo ’ s Albanians Look to U. S. for Help ; American Office Opened in Serb-Ruled Region ,” The Washington Post, July 21, 1996 ).
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The face of J. R. " Bob " Dobbs was split across the first two volumes, despite the Church of the SubGenius not being featured in the novel ( although Wilson had become a member ).
It is claimed waggishly in church doctrine that Dobbs inspired L. Ron Hubbard to create his own cult when he remarked to him that the general public may be pink, " but their money is green " Ivan Stang also claims that in 1986, an official SubGenius ordainment for Hubbard was paid for and mailed to his address, only two weeks before the Scientology founder's death.
Dobbs Ferry is served by a paid police department, a volunteer fire department ( housing three pumpers and one tower ladder in two firehouses ) and a volunteer ambulance corps ( possessing two ambulances ( one equipped with four-wheel-drive ) and a fire rehab unit ).
Max has two best friends, Robe and Megan ( Josh Peck and Zena Grey ), and is constantly bullied by Troy McGinty and Dobbs ( Noel Fisher and Orlando Brown ) by physical humiliation and stealing lunch money.
A plaque in the first floor rotunda of the North Carolina State Capitol honors Blount and the two other North Carolina signers of the Constitution, Richard Dobbs Spaight and Hugh Williamson.
Dobbs was the author of a four-volume history / memoir of the Minneapolis struggles, Teamster Rebellion, Teamster Power, Teamster Politics & Teamster Bureaucracy, and had completed two volumes of a planned history of the Marxist movement in the United States at the time of his death, called Revolutionary Continuity: The Early Years, 1848-1917 & Birth of the Communist Movement, 1918-1922.
In 1964, Dobbs married a high school classmate named Judy, and the couple had two children, Stephanie and Coley.
Dobbs was sentenced in July 2003 to two consecutive terms of indefinite imprisonment with a nominal sentence of 30 years.
For the reception, Gwen uses two homeless people, Ralph and Mary, who she knew from the Budapest Cafe, to pose as her parents, to which they do successfully enough to make the town of Dobbs Mill accept their position in Gwen's life.
Although, two other Socialist candidates also received votes in this election, Eric Hass the Socialist Labor candidate with 44, 300 votes and Farrell Dobbs the Socialist Workers candidate with 7, 797 votes.
He married, secondly, Harriet Sydney Dobbs ( 4 December 1834 – Ore, Sussex, 20 May / 30 May 1907 ), daughter of Conway Richard Dobbs of Castle Dobbs, Antrim, Ireland, and wife, on 29 August 1850 at Kilroot, County Antrim, later remarried without issue on 16 December 1858 to Sir Stevenson Arthur Blackwood, and had two children:
At first, The Sound of Young America was a variety college radio show featuring Thorn and two other cohosts, Matt Dobbs ( who soon dropped out in favor of Jordan Morris ) and Gene O ' Neill.
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The horror begins with the attack on the undefended Italian mountain village, with the following chapters involving despair ( Doc Daneeka and the Chaplain ), disappearance in combat ( Orr and Clevinger ), disappearance caused by the army ( Dunbar ) or death ( Nately, McWatt, Mudd, Kid Sampson, Dobbs, Chief White Halfoat and Hungry Joe ) of most of Yossarian's friends, culminating in the unspeakable horrors of Chapter 39, in particular the rape and murder of Michaela, who represents pure innocence.
In 1830, Stokes was elected Governor by the General Assembly on the ninth ballot, defeating Cadwallader Jones and Richard Dobbs Spaight, Jr .. Stokes faced Spaight for re-election again the following year and was elected by a narrow margin ( 98-93 ).
Kaplan left CNN in August 2000, and Dobbs returned the following year, at the behest of his friend and CNN founder Ted Turner, becoming host and managing editor of the new and initially more general news program Lou Dobbs Reporting, which later became CNN News Sunday Morning.
During the following years Kevin continues working hard with his garage business and becomes a brotherly figure to his employee Tyrone Dobbs.
In December 2010, Sophie is devastated following the revelation that Kevin is the father of Molly Dobbs ' baby son Jack, following a clandestine affair they had during the previous year.
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It appears Michael Dobbs did not envisage writing the second and third books, as Urquhart dies at the end of the first novel.
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* The North Carolina General Assembly incorporates Kingston, named for King George III of the United Kingdom, as the county seat of Dobbs County, North Carolina.
In 1958, Thompson described the actor, then starring in Fort Dobbs, as " the biggest, finest-looking Western hero ever to sag a horse, with a pair of shoulders rivaling King Kong's ".
Jones was raised in Jackson, Mississippi, the only child of Debra Martinson Pearsall and James Harrison Jones Junior, and the granddaughter of " Ageless Hero " Gloria Martinson, founder of the non-profit organization, Gleaners, and Mike Martinson, Founder and CEO of the Dobbs Maynard Advertising Agency, who was often referred to as " The King Maker " due to his strong political influence and clout.
Other family business, all names which have now gone, include Dobbs, King, Horne, Fisher, Howard, Turner and Reynolds.
With Lou Dobbs ' sudden resignation from the network on November 12, 2009, CNN announced that King would take over Dobbs ' timeslot in early 2010.
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Saskatchewan, led by quarterback Glenn Dobbs, defeated the Edmonton Eskimos in the West Final and advanced to the Grey Cup for the first time since 1934.
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Molly Dobbs became pregnant, with the father being either Tyrone Dobbs or Kevin Webster ; Molly reconciled with Tyrone and nearly lost her life after a crash in a car which had not been properly repaired by Kevin.
But when Howard is called away to assist some local villagers, Dobbs and third partner Curtin have a final confrontation, which Dobbs wins, leaving Curtin lying shot and bleeding.
" The organization claims that if an ordained SubGenius minister dies and finds himself standing at the gates of " Normal " or " Boring " Hell, he will be personally greeted by church founder J. R. " Bob " Dobbs Himself and receive a refund check for $ 105, along with a booklet titled " How to Enjoy Hell for Five Cents an Eternity ," which costs $ 104. 95 .< ref >
Whereas Dobbs County and Tryon County, named for Martin's predecessors Arthur Dobbs and William Tryon, were abolished after American independence, Martin County was neither abolished nor renamed, a fact which has been attributed to the popularity of Alexander Martin, twice governor of the state ( 1782-1784, 1789-1792 ).
A majority of the village is within the Dobbs Ferry Union Free School District, which consists of Springhurst Elementary, grades K-5, Dobbs Ferry Middle School, grades 6-8, and the Dobbs Ferry High School, grades 9-12.
In 1755, the colonial governor Arthur Dobbs authorized the construction of the colony ’ s frontier fort, which was located approximately three miles due north of the Fourth Creek settlement.
Coahoma Elementary is the host of the world's first Kindergarten Rodeo, which continues to this day and has featured local and international rodeo and country and western celebrities as entertainers and trainers, including Coahomians Quail Dobbs and Jody Nicks.
In 1896, the long stretch from the Kabul River to China, including the Wakhan Corridor, was declared demarcated by virtue of its continuous, distinct watershed ridgeline, leaving only the section near the Khyber Pass which was finally demarcated in the treaty of 22 November 1921 signed by Mahmud Tarzi, " Chief of the Afghan Government for the conclusion of the treaty " and " Henry R. C. Dobbs, Envoy Extraordinary and Chief of the British Mission to Kabul.
Henry Dobbs arrives in Kabul to continue the conversations which were begun at Mussoorie in the previous year.
Thomas Dobbs ( actor ) of Birmingham invents a reaping machine in 1814, which consists of a circular saw or sickle, the grain is drawn or fed up to the saw by means of a pair of rollers.
In 1779 the western part of Dobbs County became Wayne County, and the county seat was moved from its original location on Walnut Creek to the town of Kingston, which was renamed Kinston in 1784.
He was the host and managing editor for CNN's Moneyline, which premiered in 1980 and was renamed Lou Dobbs Tonight in 2003.
He also regained the helm of the newly renamed Lou Dobbs Moneyline ( which became Lou Dobbs Tonight in June 2003 ).
Lou Dobbs Tonight is an American editorial commentary and discussion program hosted by Lou Dobbs, which previously broadcast on CNN and currently is broadcast on the Fox Business Network.