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Mr and .
* Mr. Lincoln's Virtual Library
* Mr. Fix-It ( 1918 )
Performed thousands of times in recent years, Mr. Dragon's arrangement has been played for state occasions such as the memorial services for Presidents Ford and Reagan and at tribute concerts for events such as the Oklahoma City bombing and 9 / 11.
Walt Disney and a staff of Imagineers created Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln that debuted at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
An important formative influence was his elementary school teacher Mr Tachikawa, whose progressive educational practices ignited in his young pupil first a love of drawing and then an interest in education in general.
Milne had met Howard when the actor starred in Milne ’ s play Mr Pim Passes By in London.
* Mr. Pim ( 1921 ) ( A novelisation of his play Mr. Pim Passes By ( 1919 ))
* Mr. Pim Passes By ( 1919 )
For example, in the first editions of the collection The Mysterious Mr Quin ( 1930 ), in the short story " The Soul of the Croupier ," she described " Hebraic men with hook-noses wearing rather flamboyant jewellery "; in later editions the passage was edited to describe " sallow men " wearing same.
But we nailed him in Antwerp – thanks to Mr. Poirot here.
It could be suggested that in Murder on the Orient Express Poirot allows the murderers to escape justice as well, after he discovers that twelve different people stabbed the victim – Mr. Ratchett – in his sleep.
In the growing drug and pop culture of the sixties, he proves himself once again, but has become heavily reliant on other investigators ( especially the private investigator, Mr. Goby ) who provide him with the clues that he can no longer gather for himself.
* José Ferrer, Hercule Poirot ( 1961 ; Unaired TV Pilot, MGM ; adaptation of " The Disappearance of Mr. Davenheim ")
* Martin Gabel, General Electric Theater ( 4 / 1 / 1962 ; adaptation of " The Disappearance of Mr. Davenheim ")
There have been a number of radio adaptations of the Poirot stories, most recently twenty seven of them on BBC Radio 4 ( and regularly repeated on BBC 7 ), starring John Moffatt ( Maurice Denham and Peter Sallis have also played Poirot on BBC Radio 4, Mr. Denham in The Mystery of the Blue Train and Mr. Sallis in Hercule Poirot's Christmas ).

Mr and Sampson
Title # 7, Tom Swift and His Diving Seacopter, has several references to the first series including a visit with Mrs. Baggert, who was Tom Sr .' s housekeeper, and other volumes feature a rocket named after the old family retainer Eradicate " Rad " Sampson, a radiation-detector ( the Damonscope ) named after Tom Sr .' s friend Mr. Damon, and a planetoid named in honor of Tom Swift Sr .' s father Barton.
* Charles " Chow " Winkler — A comic relief character, successor to both Mr. Damon and Rad Sampson.
The years 1855-1856 saw much growth, and in 1856 the settlement was renamed Osseo, and platted by Mr. Sampson and Mr. LaBissonnaire.
In 1876, a large building known as Wynnstay was constructed opposite to the Hoadley's store on Junction Road, to house a Mr Sampson Copestake.
Recurring roles included Tom Wilson ( as Coach Fredericks ), Chauncey Leopardi ( as bully Alan White ), Shaun Weiss ( as student Sean and the bass player in Nick's band ), Joel Hodgson ( as a salesman who loves disco ), Trace Beaulieu ( as Mr. Lacovara, the school's biology teacher ), Joanna García ( as head cheerleader Vicki Appleby ), Kayla Ewell ( as Maureen Sampson, a transfer student ), Lizzy Caplan ( as student Sara ), Claudia Christian ( as Bill's mother ), Samaire Armstrong ( as " Deadhead " Laurie ), Ben Foster ( as the mentally handicapped student Eli ), and Kevin Tighe ( as Nick's father ).
" Mr. Sampson served as editorial advisor to the chairman, Willy Brandt, on that commission.
* Alan Oppenheimer-Mr. Sampson ( the elderly principal ), Doctor Sivana, Mr. Tawky Tawny, Uncle Marvel / Dudley H. Dudley, Shazam, Mister Mind
This merger lasted until October 1995 ( see Music Trades magazine October 1995 ) when Mr. Sampson acquired Matchless without the other founding partners.
Mr. Sampson stayed on with the company as President and C. E. O.

Mr and built
Much suspense was built around the devastation that Hurricane Ivan had caused as the leader of Government business Mr. Mckeeva Bush decided to close the Islands to any and all reporters.
It was reputedly built by a Mr Winter on land given by Generalisimo Franco.
Other ways include various gadgets Skuld has built, such as the Mr. Bug Zapper.
The sign on the bridge still proclaims it as " Ball's Bridge " in recognition of the fact that the original bridge in this location was built and owned by a Mr. Ball.
It was built for Mr F. T. Glasscock as the headquarters of the Fellowship of the Knights of the Round Table, behind Trevena House.
In 1866, the railroad actually built the train station between Folsom Boulevard and the tracks that still exists as Pfingst Realty ( Mr. Pfingst died in 2007, and the structure is owned by his daughter ), due to the size and dependability of the crop, and the need for a formal packing shed to house the produce waiting for the train.
There were also way stations along the Coloma Road, such as the 14 Mile House, built on the Coloma Road in 1850 by Mr. Rush, the original builder of Deterding ’ s 15 Mile House.
The house was built with lumber cut by trees that Mr. Howell owned.
Mr. Dodge brought his stable from Ohio, built a large home and race track on Dodge Lane.
After the burning of the hotel operated by Mr. Wyley, Mr. Grant bought its lot and built a large, modern hotel which he operated very successfully for a number of years.
The present building was built in 1896 on land given by Mr. Thomas Vaughn.
In 1937, the Royal Theater was built by Mr. O. C.
In 1926, Mr. Arthur T. McIntosh, one of Chicago's leading land developers, bought the Temple farm and house, which was originally built by Ralph Atkinson.
The Chicago Tribune article that described the 1851 excursion trip stated that there were a few frame houses near the railroad and Mr. Huntley soon built a general store there as well.
The first house in Forrest was built by Mr. Krack, who was also the first postmaster and the first station agent.
A dance hall was later also built above Mr. Haub's tavern and store, and the complex would later become known as The Log Inn, the area's famous restaurant.
Mr. Williams built a tavern, an inn, and helped build a section of Michigan Road.
Mr. Williams sold his land to Clark Bliven, the man who built the courthouse on the Williams ’ s land.
In 1849, Mr. McCune built the " Tavern " as the first frame structure.
After much diligent pursuit, the station was built and Mr. Joseph, a land agent for Charles Potwin, began development of a town site around the Potwin station.
The first house to be built in the new town was the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Moore.
Mr. Salem Koontz and his wife, Birdie, moved from the farm to their newly built colonial home in the Koontz orchard, which is now a part of Midland.
When the family grew too large for the store, Mr. Carney built a new house on the hill behind the store.
A hotel was built by Mr. Phillips in 1869.

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