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Good Things to Eat was published in 1911 ; the author, Rufus Estes, was a former slave who worked for the Pullman railway car service.
Shawn Estes and Mark Gardner would have sub-par years, but notably Jason Schmidt ( 7 – 1, 3. 39 ) was picked up in a mid-season acquisition from the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The book's title was borrowed from Rose Estes ' Greyhawk Adventures line of novels and used the same front-cover banner design.
Senator Estes Kefauver of Tennessee won most of the primaries, but he was unpopular with President Truman and other prominent Democrats, who saw him as a party maverick who could not be trusted.
On July 8,, discussing his career before the United States Senate's Estes Kefauver committee on baseball's antitrust status, he made this observation: " I had many years that I was not so successful as a ballplayer, as it is a game of skill.
Reece was the Republican nominee for an open Senate seat in 1948, but lost to Democratic Congressman Estes Kefauver.
John Holmes was born John Curtis Estes on August 8, 1944 in the small rural town of Ashville, Ohio, located a few miles south of the state capital of Columbus.
It was not until 1986, prior to a trip to Italy and while applying for a US passport to travel abroad, when his mother provided him with the hand-written copy of his original birth certificate that Holmes learned the name of his biological father, Carl Estes.
Sleepy John Estes was a U. S. blues guitarist, songwriter and vocalist, born in Ripley, Tennessee.
One of Haywood County's most notable residents was Sleepy John Estes, a blues guitarist songwriter and vocalist.
In 1989 Norman was awarded the Christian Artists ' Society Lifetime Achievement Award in a surprise ceremony at Estes Park, Colorado.
Also in 1989 Norman was awarded the Christian Artists ' Society Lifetime Achievement Award in a surprise ceremony at Estes Park, Colorado.
Estes Park was home to a number of now defunct ski areas:
Estes Park vicinity was also the home of other resorts and tourist attractions.
In 1901, the Estes Schoolhouse was built at a cost of $ 15, 000.
Estes Industries was acquired by Damon Industries in 1970.
Soon after the release of the debut album in 1983, Estes left the band and was replaced by Jon Nelson, former manager of Venice-based band Neighborhood Watch.
According to Stephen Cannell, in a DVD extra, they were developed initially as a promo, filmed and assembled by Ralph Hemecker in a single day of filming, and featuring a leggy blonde actress / model whom Cannell said was named Avalon Jones .< sup > 1 </ sup > In the very first two episodes of the series, Kapture was shown first, and then Estes ; they alternated after that, except for Kapture's final episode, in which she ( and not Estes ) appeared in the opening montage, followed by the two new co-stars.
After negotiations, Estes decided to renew his contract, and the fourth season ( fall 1994 ) began with Chris ' recovery from his near-fatal wounds in a two-part episode, " Natural Selection ", that was later released on VHS as a two-hour film.
This episode's credits featured Kapture but not Estes, for the only time in the series ; and also Kokotakis, along with Tyler Layton, who was introduced in the episode as detective Holly Rawlins.
The Memphis blues is a style of blues music that was created in the 1910s – 1930s by Memphis-area musicians like Frank Stokes, Sleepy John Estes, Furry Lewis and Memphis Minnie.

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Henry and another outlaw named Lewis Estes were wounded and captured in the gun battle.
While in Pekin, a local preacher named George W. Estes republished Roberts ' " New School Methodism " in pamphlet form, including with it documentation of Roberts ' trial at the 1857 Annual Conference.
Yusuf Estes became a Muslim in 1991 after meeting an Egyptian named Mohamed.
People named Estes:
This ended when he landed at Caladan ( the home of House Atreides in the original series ) and fell in love with a woman there named Leronica Tergiet, with whom he had two sons ( Estes and Kagin ) before marrying her years later.
In 1950, the U. S. Senate Select Committee on Organized Crime started an investigation known as the Kefauver hearings, named after its chairman, Sen. Estes Kefauver.
The genus is named for Richard Estes, to honor his important work on small vertebrates and especially theropod teeth of the Late Cretaceous.

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Festivities on July 1, 1952, when the merger took effect, included a parade and speeches from such notables as Senator Estes Kefauver.
From Lake Estes, the River descends 1 / 2 mile ( 800 m ) in elevation through the mountains in the spectacular 25 mi ( 40 km ) Big Thompson Canyon, emerging from the foothills west of Loveland.
Notable guest stars in the series included Scott Bakula ( episode 1. 7 ), JoAnn Willette ( episode 1. 18 ), Rob Estes ( episode 2. 18 ), Ed Marinaro ( episode 2. 19 ), and Cristine Rose ( episode 2. 20 ).
KXDC ( 102. 1 FM ) was a Class C3 radio station licensed to Estes Park, Colorado.
On April 1, 2011, the University of Central Arkansas announced that they would install a purple and grey striped field to Estes Stadium.
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In spring training of 2006, Brazelton appeared impressive, going 1 – 0 with a 1. 77 ERA in 5 starts and earned the position of fourth starter in the Padres's four-man rotation, behind Jake Peavy, Chris Young, and Shawn Estes.

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