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The husband points the steps out with his flashlight: `` Its white stare filling her pale eyes To the blind brim with appetite, Bleaching her hands that grazed my thighs And sent us from the table in surprise To let the dishes soak all night, '' ( Mary Jane asked herself if Meredith was blushing at this line, or was it the fire??
The sentimental pure heart of Galahad is gone with the knightly years, but I still believe in the heart of the George Meredith character that was not made of the stuff that breaks ''.
Miss Shirley Joan Meredith, a former student of North Texas State University, was married Saturday to Larry W. Mills, who has attended Arlington State College.
Miss Glenda Kay Meredith of Denton was her sister's maid of honor, and Vernon Lewelleyn of San Angelo was best man.
Between June and August 2007, the first east-west crossing of the full new Asian Highway was achieved by Britons Richard Meredith and Phil Colley driving a V8 Vantage.
Abersychan was the birthplace of the politicians Roy Jenkins, Don Touhig and Paul Murphy ( MP for Torfaen ), and of the rugby footballers Wilfred Hodder, Candy Evans and Bryn Meredith.
Karon was born in Lenoir, North Carolina, in 1937, as Janice Meredith Wilson.
The stabbing death of Meredith Hunter by a Hell's Angel at the Rolling Stones concert at Altamont Speedway was captured and shown in Albert and David Maysles ' documentary film Gimme Shelter.
The game was broadcast in the United States by NBC with play-by-play announcer Curt Gowdy and color commentators Al DeRogatis and Don Meredith.
The game was televised in the United States by NBC with play-by-play announcer Curt Gowdy and color commentator Don Meredith.
Frank Gifford was the play-by-play announcer, while then-ABC Sports analyst Don Meredith and then-Washington Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann served as color commentators.
This would be the only ABC Super Bowl for Gifford as play-by-play announcer, the final game for Don Meredith and the second ( and last ) time a commentator for the Super Bowl ( Theismann ) was an active player ( Jack Kemp in Super Bowl II was the only other active player to provide commentary ).
The production was nominated for five Tony Awards including Best Musical in 1957, but the award for Best Musical went to Meredith Willson's The Music Man ; it won a Tony Award for Robbins ' choreography.
Heckart was familiar to television audiences with starring roles in The Five Mrs. Buchanans, Annie McGuire, Out of the Blue, Trauma Center, Partners in Crime, Backstairs at the White House ( Emmy nomination as Eleanor Roosevelt ), and guest spots on The Fugitive, The Mary Tyler Moore Show ( two Emmy nominations as journalist Flo Meredith, a role she carried over to a guest appearance on MTM's spinoff Lou Grant ), Rhoda, Alice, Murder One, Hawaii Five-O, Gunsmoke, Cybill, The Cosby Show, and many other shows.
The Hells Angels provided security that proved far less benevolent than the security provided at the Woodstock event: 18-year-old Meredith Hunter was stabbed and killed during The Rolling Stones ' performance after he brandished a gun and waved it toward the stage.
Holst's ' retirement ' was immediately productive, with the First Choral Symphony to words by Keats ( a Second Choral Symphony to words by George Meredith exists only in fragments ).
She was later portrayed by Meredith Ostrom in the 2006 film, Factory Girl, which chronicles the life of fellow " Warhol Superstar ", Edie Sedgwick.
Robert Goerman wrote in Fate magazine in 1980, that " Carlos Allende " / " Carl Allen " was Carl Meredith Allen of New Kensington, Pennsylvania, who had an established history of psychiatric illness, and who may have fabricated the primary history of the experiment as a result of his mental illness.
* In Meredith Ann Pierce's Darkangel Trilogy, the blade Adamantine was forged by the Ancients and is the only weapon that can kill a darkangel.
The score was written and directed by Meredith Willson, later to become well-known as creator of the 1957 musical comedy The Music Man.
In 1861 The Spectator was bought by a journalist, Meredith Townsend, who soon went into partnership with Richard Holt Hutton, a theologian whose friend William Gladstone later called ‘ the first critic of the nineteenth century ’.

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His prospects dwindled when Meredith P. Gentry received the Whig nomination.
Along with that of co-host Meredith Vieira and Matt Lauer, Costa's commentary of the 2012 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremonies has come under fierce criticism, with Costas being described as making " a series of jingoistic remarks, including a joke about Idi Amin when Uganda's team appeared " and the combined commentary as being " ignorant " and " banal ".
* Words and Music: Only four musicals have won the Tony Award for Best Musical when a person had ( co -) written the Book ( non-sung dialogue and storyline ) and the Score ( music and lyrics ): 1958 winner The Music Man ( Meredith Willson – award for Book and Score did not exist that year ), 1986 winner The Mystery of Edwin Drood ( Rupert Holmes – who also won for Book and Score ), 1996 winner Rent ( Jonathan Larson – who also won for Book and Score ), and 2011 winner The Book of Mormon ( Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone also won for Book and Score ).
Other students ostracized him: when Meredith walked into the cafeteria for meals, the students eating would turn their backs.
Marne got its beginnings when in 1875 when German investors from a settlement in Davenport, Iowa filed papers and plotted the land purchased from Thomas Meredith.
Their new-found success comes full circle when they meet two women in the club: Doug's phone representative from the credit card company ( Meredith Scott Lynn ) and a police officer ( Jennifer Coolidge ) whom Steve earlier flirted with while getting a ticket.
Scenes with Mickey, played by Burgess Meredith, were trimmed in the final film when Rocky fights Tommy.
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He was Secretary when Army units were sent to northern Mississippi in 1962 to protect James Meredith and ensure that the court-ordered integration of the University of Mississippi took place.
Dr. Meredith Belbin, a psychologist, first explored the concept of team-role theory in the 1970s when he and his research team went about observing teams and wanted to find out what made teams work and what did not.
* In chapter 2, Anne Meredith, when introduced to Poirot, already knows of him from his having solved The A. B. C.
" He also drew laughter by recounting another plan where Meredith would go to Jackson to enroll while Barnett remained in Oxford, " and when Meredith was registered, he ( Barnett ) would feign surprise.
After acting in theatrical productions in Dublin ( Ireland ) and New York during the 1950s, O ' Connor's breakthrough came when he was cast by director Burgess Meredith ( assisted by John Astin ) in a featured role in the Broadway adaptation of James Joyce's novel Ulysses.
Ken Kelso later removed much of the contents when establishing Hanford Mills in East Meredith, NY as a museum.
West has stated that the voice for Farnsworth is meant to be a bit shaky and that when developing the voice he came up with " a combination of all the wizard-type characters you heard when you were a kid, Burgess Meredith and Frank Morgan in The Wizard of Oz.
His big break came in 1971 when he replaced Keith Jackson as play-by-play announcer on ABC's Monday Night Football, joining Howard Cosell and Don Meredith, and would continue on as a commentator until 1997, amid controversy regarding an affair he had with airline stewardess Suzen Johnson.
" I first met Carson McCullers during the war when I was visiting Paulette Goddard and Burgess Meredith in upstate New York ," said Huston in his autobiography An Open Book ( 1980 ).
Meredith had entered into politics in 1872 as a Conservative, when he succeeded Sir John Carling ( whose daughter, Jessie, married his brother, Thomas ) as London's representative to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.
Though on the face of it Meredith's political career had been unsuccessful, when the powerfully persuasive Sir Charles Tupper became Prime Minister of Canada in 1896, he and the former Prime Minister, Sir Mackenzie Bowell, tried valliantly, but in vain, to persuade Meredith to leave the bench and join Tupper's cabinet.
Swansea was not settled until 1821 when George Meredith, his family and workers arrived from Pembrokeshire, Wales in 1821.
Meredith formed her first alliance with Sholto King of the Sluagh when he is sent to Los Angeles by an unknown man ( Later theorized to be Cel, her cousin ).

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