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Hawkins's and was
The members of The Band gradually came together as a part of Toronto-based, rockabilly singer Ronnie Hawkins's backing group, the Hawks: Helm, an original Hawk who journeyed with Hawkins from Arkansas to Ontario, then Robertson who was told by Hawkin's ," You won't make much money but you'll get more pussy than Frank Sinatra ", Danko, Manuel and finally, Hudson.
While most of the Hawks were eager to join Hawkins's group, getting Hudson to join was a different story.
After Hawkins's disappearance was publicized, witnesses came forward to report seeing a man that night in the alley behind a nearby dormitory, on crutches with a leg cast, struggling to carry a briefcase.
Hawkins's first major gig was with Mamie Smith's Jazz Hounds in 1921, whom he joined permanently in April 1922 and toured with through 1923, when he settled in New York City.
The most popular 1930s standard, Johnny Green's " Body and Soul ", was introduced in Broadway and became a huge hit after Coleman Hawkins's 1939 recording.
The inventor and most prolific practitioner of vocalese was Eddie Jefferson, whose rendition of Coleman Hawkins's " Body and Soul " became a hit on its own.
After Officer Hawkins's murder, a $ 100, 000 reward was offered to whoever could snare the group of criminals.
His entire larynx was removed in January of the following year ; thereafter his performances were dubbed, often ( with Hawkins's approval ) by Robert Rietti or actor Charles Gray.
This contest, which exclusively sends contestants to Miss Universe, was made famous by Jennifer Hawkins's victory in the 2004 Miss Universe pageant in Quito, Ecuador.
Hawkins's name surfaced in an interview conducted with an individual who was involved in the scandal.
Hawkins's lawyers suggested that he participate in the new American Basketball Association as a way to show that he was talented enough to participate in the NBA.
From 2006-2010, Hawkins's record at the World Championship was unsuccessful, with a win – loss record of 0 – 5.

Hawkins's and Toronto
Hawkins's songs were filled with lyrics about Marxism and the Spanish Civil War, but also contained many references to Toronto landmarks like the Don River, Bathurst Street, and his local pub, " The Only " on Danforth Avenue.

Hawkins's and band
Button plays drums in Hawkins's backing band Thee Awkward Silences and also in D. I. V bassist Mat Flint's band Deep Cut, as well as playing guitar for Dot Allison.

Hawkins's and appeared
Also in this period, the duo appeared in the video for Justin Hawkins's cover of " This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us ", in which Ron and Russell play the referee and MC at a darts match between Hawkins and darts champion Phil Taylor.

Hawkins's and Hawkins
Because McGee used skin from Hawkins's chest area, the graft caused the palm of Hawkins ' hand to grow thick hair.

Hawkins's and often
They were tiring of playing the same songs so often and wanted to perform original material, and they were weary of Hawkins's somewhat dictatorial leadership.

Hawkins's and for
During 1787 he wrote three letters on John Hawkins's Life of Johnson for the Gentleman's Magazine, which were reprinted by Thomas Kidd in his Tracts and Criticisms of Porson, and in a volume of Porson's Correspondence.
Some out-of-date sources say 1901, but there is no evidence to prove an earlier date ; instead, there is record of Hawkins's parents ' first female child being born on 8 March 1901 and dying in 1903 at the age of two, possibly basis for the mistaken belief.

Hawkins's and group
The members of the Band first came together as they joined rockabilly singer Ronnie Hawkins's backing group, The Hawks, one by one between 1958 and 1963.

Hawkins's and .
Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins's Iguanodon statues.
Hawkins's playing changed significantly during Louis Armstrong's tenure with the Henderson Orchestra during 1924-25.
The Song of the Hawk, a 1990 biography written by British jazz historian John Chilton, chronicles Hawkins's career as one of the influential jazz performers of the 20th century.
Following Hawkins's appointment as Treasurer of the Navy in 1578, further vessels along similar lines emerged during the next decade.
Before the King can pass judgement upon them, Hawkins's friends, who have secretly entered the court through the secret passage, rescue him and capture the castle from the King's soldiers.
* Joe Hawkins's CCC Page Recollections of a Placer Fire Center member c. 1980-81

act and was
This, he was sure, was the way they would act ; ;
That night he dreamed a dream violent with passion, in which he and the Woman, now the teacher, did everything except engage in the act ( and this probably only because he had never engaged in the act in reality ), and when he awoke the next morning his heart was afire.
Lincoln saw that the act of secession made the issue for the Union a vital one: Whether it was a Union of sovereign citizens that should continue to live, or an association of sovereign states that must fall prey either to `` anarchy or despotism ''.
If an automobile were approaching him, he would know what was required of him, even though he might not be able to act quickly enough.
The first act of Adoniram and Samuel on reaching Calcutta was to report at the police station, a necessity when landing in East India Company territory.
As it was the custom of that alert colony to take over the property of persons asking for protection, this was an act roughly equivalent to throwing open the door to a pack of wolves and saying `` Come and get it ''.
the mere fact that he was selected, though as a substitute, to act as interlocutor or moderator for it, or perhaps we should say with Buck as ' father of the act ', is in itself a difficult phase of his development to grasp.
Milton was to act as the archfool, the supreme wit, the lightly bantering pater, Pater Liber, who could at once trip lightly over that which deserved such treatment, or could at will annihilate the common enemies of the college gathering, and with words alone.
In each case there was an initial act of violence.
The public appeal by the new Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Cicognani, for renewed efforts toward Eastern and Western reunion was still another remarkable act.
He did not really want to kill, but as in the sexual act, there was a moment when the impulse took over and could not be downed, even while you watched yourself giving way to it.
Since she could not act, one part suited her as well as any other, and so she was the first person to offer Mr. Lincoln a glass of water, holding it up to the box, high above her head, to Miss Harris, who had asked for it.
Eugene was not entirely silent, or openly rude -- unless asking Harold to move to another chair and placing himself in the fauteuil that creaked so alarmingly was an act of rudeness.
Its building was first proposed in 1791, when a group of citizens, mostly Newburyport men, petitioned the General Court for an act of incorporation.
In one debate he supported the freedom of judgment as opposed to dogma, in another he held that the practice of science was in fact an act of religious worship.
In establishing criterion measurements, it was therefore thought best to broaden the scope beyond the reading act itself.
Even though in civil rights legislation in 1957 and 1960 the provision for the Attorney General to act was eliminated, should we nevertheless support such a clause??
This recommendation was based on the fact that the hymen was not the only barrier to smooth consummation of the sex act.
These trials were properly termed `` political cases '' in that the trial itself was a political act producing political consequences.

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