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Moss chaired the Consumer Subcommittee of the Senate Commerce Committee where he sponsored a measure requiring detailed labeling on cigarette packages noting the health hazards of smoking and banning tobacco advertising on radio and television.
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Moss and chaired
The Republican vote was split in the general election, largely over local dissatisfaction with Watkins ' having chaired the committee that censured Senator Joseph McCarthy, and Moss won election with less than 40 percent of the vote.
Moss and Senate
In the state legislature Moss Beach is located in the 8th Senate District, represented by Democrat Leland Yee, and in the 19th Assembly District, represented by Democrat Gene Mullin.
After graduating, Mulock, Edward Blake, Thomas Moss, and James Loudon led the struggle to broaden the University of Toronto Senate to include elected members.
In 1958, Moss ran for the U. S. Senate against two-term incumbent Arthur V. Watkins, a close ally of both the Eisenhower administration and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( see also Mormon ), and also against J. Bracken Lee, a non-Mormon and former two-term Utah governor ( 1949 – 57 ), who was running as an independent after losing to Watkins in the Republican primary.
A new bill, S. 29, was introduced in the Senate by Senator Frank E. Moss of Utah and was essentially the same as the defunct S. 531 except that it called for an additional 10, 834 acres ( 42 km² ) of public lands for a Capitol Reef National Park.
Moss and Committee
Until around the time of the arrival of the Cheshire Lines Committee railway and the opening of Irlam railway station, in 1873, Irlam remained a largely undeveloped village, on the southern edge of the peat bog known as Chat Moss.
Arlene B. Nichols Moss, chairwoman of the DAR Committee, envisioned a statue similar to one she had seen in Portland, Oregon by the Denver sculptor Alice Cooper.
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Even that was bittersweet as he quit VFL football to move back to his native Western Australia, where Moss finished out his career as a player and coach at Claremont Football Club.
He won from the front at the Dutch, French and Belgian Grands Prix, where title rival Moss was badly injured in a practice accident that put him out for two months.
Coincidentally the very same Anglo Dutch Griendtsveen Peat Moss Litter Company Ltd. that extracted a significant part of the peat in the Peel moved to Thorne ( Moorends ) South Yorkshire, U. K., where several of its Dutch employees settled as immigrant workers.
Sanderson is the location of the trailer park where Llewellyn Moss lives in the film and book No Country for Old Men.
After the war, with the goal of joining Moss Empires theatres, he spent years on stage with little success and travelled the UK working seven days a week, doing summer seasons, pantomimes and circuses, where he became renowned for his strong-man act.
In 1815 the Duke of Buccleuch granted him a small farm at Eltrive Moss, where he could live rent-free for his lifetime.
The Moss Rose is the 8th oldest ground where Premier League or Football League football is still being played.
In parts of Scotland ( where it is known as ( An ) Cairgean in Scottish Gaelic ) and Ireland ( variety used is Chondrus Crispus known in Irish Gaelic variously as carraigín rock, fiadháin stuff, clúimhín cait puff, mathair an duilisg of seaweeds, ceann donn head ), it is known as Carrageen Moss it is boiled in milk and strained, before sugar and other flavourings such as vanilla, cinnamon, brandy, or whisky are added.
A Kate Moss " countdown to launch " board filled a window of the company's flagship Oxford Street store and on 30 April, Moss launched the clothing line at Topshop in Oxford Street, where she briefly appeared in the shop window modelling a red dress from the clothing collection just before the shop was opened, causing a media frenzy.
In 1986, he was hired as manager for Moss, where he won the Second Division in the first season and then the top league the following.
Entering Eccles as Liverpool Road, it passes Boysnope Park Golf Club on Barton Moss, where the road becomes dual-carriageway.
Moss studied at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, D. C., where was editor of The George Washington Law Review ( 1936 – 1937 ).
Simpson was influenced by his Jamaican roots ; his father's blue beat, ska and Trojan reggae record collection, his mother's Pentecostal church sessions and the Jamaican sound system parties in Manchester's Moss Side area where he grew up.
Analysts trace the 1970s origins of Manchester's gang crime to social deprivation in the south-central part of the city — Hulme, Longsight and Moss Side — where it was claimed to be difficult to make money by legitimate means.
The coal mine near to where The Moss flows into the River Rother, Eckington Coal Mine ( a drift mine operated by Moorside Mining Co. Ltd .), is still open ; as is Sicklebrook Quarry in Sicklebrook ( near Troway ).
Side trails lead to the lake where visitors can observe pond cypress trees that are covered in Spanish Moss.
Risley Moss is one of only two mosses in Cheshire where the water level has been deliberately raised in an attempt to encourage the regeneration of an active bog surface.
Arriving in Manhattan in 1886 at the age of nineteen, Myers worked for several years as a scene painter and later for the Moss Engraving Company, where he reproduced photographic negatives.
In 1949, he convinced Johnny Moss and Nick " The Greek " Dandolos to play high stakes poker heads up where the public could watch them.
Moss was born in Marshall, Texas in 1907 and grew up in Dallas, Texas where he learned how to gamble as a young boy.
Moss and sponsored
At this point Curtis attended the 1980 Pace sponsored Stirling Moss benefit day at Brands Hatch, and met fellow Farnham resident Victor Gauntlett.
Moss and measure
" Rally journalist and historian Graham Robson credits Mouton, along with Pat Moss, as " the driver by whom all other females measure their skills and achievements.
Moss and detailed
Lindow Moss is a lowland raised mire ; this type of peat bog often produces the best preserved bog bodies, allowing more detailed analysis.
Moss and on
Tooling through Sydney on his way to race in the New Zealand Grand Prix, Britain's balding Ace Driver Stirling Moss, 31, all but smothered himself in his own exhaust of self-crimination.
Most biographers blame Lerner's professional decline on the lack of a strong director with whom Lerner could collaborate, as Neil Simon did with Mike Nichols or Stephen Sondheim with Harold Prince ( Moss Hart, who had directed My Fair Lady, died shortly after Camelot opened ).
At the Portuguese Grand Prix at Monsanto Park, Brabham was chasing race leader Moss when a backmarker moved over on him and launched the Cooper into the air.
The next day, after pacing himself behind Moss, who soon retired with a broken gearbox, he led almost to the end of the race before running out of fuel on the last lap.
In older pop and rock music, David Bowie used a koto in the instrumental piece " Moss Garden " on his album " Heroes ".
On 13 May 1983, two peat workers at Lindow Moss, Andy Mould and Stephen Dooley, noticed an unusual object — about the size of a football — on the elevator taking peat to the shredding machine.
During the season, the Vikings had many distractions, including trading for Randy Moss and then waiving him only a month later, Brett Favre's NFL investigation for allegedly sending inappropriate text messages to Jets ' employee Jenn Sterger while he was with the team in 2008, the Metrodome's collapse and resulting venue changes, and finally head coach Brad Childress ' firing on November 22 following a 31 – 3 loss at the hands of the rival Green Bay Packers.
The White Russian is also the drink of choice of Maurice Moss, an IT guy on the British sitcom The IT Crowd.
Burton appeared on Broadway, receiving a Tony Award nomination for Time Remembered ( 1958 ) and winning the award for playing King Arthur in the musical Camelot ( 1960 ), directed by Moss Hart and written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe.
Moss Hart ( October 24, 1904 – December 20, 1961 ) was an American playwright and theatre director, best known for his interpretations of musical theater on Broadway.
Moss Hart died of a heart attack at the age of 57 on December 20, 1961, at his winter home in Palm Springs, California.
Despite promotion involving former Formula One racing driver Stirling Moss, the reaction upon its release was that the C5 was impractical in the British climate meaning it was only comfortably usable in southern England in the spring and summer, and possibly dangerous on busy roads.
When Bonnie and Clyde stop on the side of the road to help Mr. Moss fix a flat tire, the police in the bushes open fire and riddle them violently.
" Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway hit, You Can't Take It with You ( 1936 ), became a weekly situation comedy heard on Mutual ( 1944 ) with Everett Sloane and later on NBC ( 1951 ) with Walter Brennan.
* There is a bird hide named after him at Leighton Moss RSPB reserve, which is on Morecambe Bay, near Carnforth, Lancashire.
A silver statuette found at Cockersand Moss, Lancashire, in 1718 but now lost, had an inscription on the base which read:
The ship's figurehead, which washed up on the beach several days later, was erected as a modest monument to the victims and rescuers along the oceanfront for more than 50 years, and later became the inspiration for the current matching Norwegian Lady Monuments in Virginia Beach and Moss, Norway, sculpted by Ørnulf Bast.
Tony Moss, the show's director, humiliates Nomi by asking her to put ice on her nipples to make them hard.