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Multi-talented running back Earl Cooper also provided the team with a good running and receiving threat, rushing for 330 yards and catching 51 passes for 477 yards.
Multi-talented running back Joe Washington recorded 772 rushing yards, while catching 47 passes for 454 yards and 6 touchdowns.

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Multi-talented veteran wide receiver Don Beebe was also a constant breakaway threat, catching 39 passes for 606 yards and adding another 403 yards, and a touchdown returning kickoffs.
Multi-talented, Chalee was a muralist and art instructor ; she also worked in radio and the film industry.
Multi-talented Irmo Russel ( born March 15, 1956 in Aruba, Caribbean Sea ) joined the group in 1995, who in addition to stepping into Bannister's shoes was instrumental in revitalizing the group's creative potential, by becoming a composer, video director, and occasionally assuming the role of lead singer on some of the tracks.

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Multi-talented Itoi quickly expanded his horizons into essays, lyrics, and eventually to Nintendo game creation.

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A hall opened in back of the bar, running toward an ell.
They all surrounded him, the family circle, Theresa and George as solemn as if they were watching the cat have kittens, and Cousin Emma running back and forth with a kettle of hot water which she poured steaming into a white enamelled pan.
* Adrian Peterson ( born 1985 ), American NFL running back
In 1998, under recently acquired head coach Dan Reeves, quarterback Chris Chandler and running back Jamal Anderson the " Dirty Bird " Falcons had their greatest season to date.
In the second game of the Falcons 1999 season, running back Jamaal Anderson, who had been a key player in the Falcons ' 1998 success, suffered a season-ending knee injury.
In the 2001 NFL Draft, the Falcons orchestrated a trade with the San Diego Chargers, acquiring the first overall pick ( which was used on quarterback Michael Vick ) in exchange for wide receiver / return specialist Tim Dwight and the fifth overall pick ( used on running back LaDainian Tomlinson ).
After the tumultuous and disappointing 2007 season, the Falcons made a number of moves, hiring a new General Manager and head coach, drafting a new starting quarterback, and signing a starting running back.
Unless a caller was using terminal emulation software written for, and running on, the same type of system as the BBS, the session would simply fall back to simple ASCII output.
Born in Los Angeles, Walsh played running back in the San Francisco Bay Area for Hayward High School in Hayward.
His two Stanford teams went 9 – 3 in 1977 with a win in the Sun Bowl, and 8 – 4 in 1978 with a win in the Bluebonnet Bowl ; his notable players at Stanford included quarterbacks Guy Benjamin and Steve Dils, wide receivers James Lofton and Ken Margerum, and running back Darrin Nelson.
The front part of the mouth is thick with baleen plates ; around 300 plates ( each around one metre ( 3. 2 ft ) long ) hang from the upper jaw, running 0. 5 m ( 1. 6 ft ) back into the mouth.
He was running alongside a priest, Father Edward Daly, when he was shot in the back.
* Fred Cone ( running back ) ( born 1926 ), former professional American football running back
Behind a potent offense that featured Graham, Groza, Motley, Lavelli and running back Dub Jones, the Browns finished the 1950 regular season with a 10 – 2 record, tied for first place in their conference.
In second place is Payton, who played 186 games from 1975 to 1987 at running back, a position considered to be conducive to injury, only missing one game in a span of 13 seasons.
One bright spot was running back Paul Robinson, who rushed for 1, 023 yards and was named the AFL Rookie of the Year.
The ending credits of the show start with thanks to the colorfully nicknamed actual staffers: producer Doug " the subway fugitive, not a slave to fashion, bongo boy frogman " Berman ; " John ' Bugsy ' Lawlor, just back from the ..." every week a different eating event with rhyming foodstuff names ; David " Calves of Belleville " Greene ; Catherine " Frau Blücher " Fenollosa, whose name causes a horse to neigh and gallop ( an allusion to a running gag in the movie Young Frankenstein ); and Carly " High Voltage " Nix, among others.
Later that same year, they would trade veteran running back Herschel Walker to the Minnesota Vikings for five veteran players and eight draft choices.
Skillful drafts added fullback Daryl Johnston and center Mark Stepnoski in 1989, running back Emmitt Smith in 1990, defensive tackle Russell Maryland and offensive tackle Erik Williams in 1991, and safety Darren Woodson in 1992.
The Cotton Bowl is a stadium which opened in 1932 and became known as " The House That Doak Built " due to the immense crowds that former SMU running back Doak Walker drew to the stadium during his college career in the late 1940s.
" He did make the football team, and was a varsity starter as running back and linebacker in 1912, tackling the legendary Jim Thorpe of the Carlisle Indians that year.
Notable natives of the city have included jazz musician Bix Beiderbecke and former National Football League running back Roger Craig.

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Led by quarterback Charlie " Gus " Dorais and Rockne, the Notre Dame team attacked the Cadets with an offense that featured both the expected powerful running game but also long and accurate downfield forward passes from Dorais to Rockne.
The remaining Mouseketeers, consisting of the White or Blue Teams, were Don Agrati ( later known as Don Grady when starring as " Robbie " on the long running sitcom My Three Sons ), Sherry Alberoni, Billie Jean Beanblossom, Johnny Crawford, Jonathan A. Kahn ( a. k. a. Tio Juan ), Eileen Diamond, Dickie Dodd ( not related to Jimmie Dodd ), Mary Espinosa, Bonnie Lynn Fields, Judy Harriet, Linda Hughes, Dallas Johann, John Lee Johann, Bonni Lou Kern, Charlie Laney, Larry Larsen, Paul Petersen, Lynn Ready, Mickey Rooney Jr., Tim Rooney, Mary Lynn Sartori, Bronson Scott, Michael Smith, Margene Storey, Ronnie Steiner, Mark Sutherland and Don Underhill.
Charlie Chaplin was nominated for four Academy Awards, but the Academy took Chaplin out of the running by giving him a Special Award.
Reynolds promoted several long running critics of Haughey, like David Andrews, Séamus Brennan, and Charlie McCreevy into senior ministerial positions.
Gannon then threw an 8-yard pass to running back Charlie Garner to reach the Tampa Bay 43-yard line.
* Britain's longest running " techno " club night, based near London, was called " Checkpoint Charlie "
Gould had a ' fairy-tale ' start for his club, running in two tries, against his captain's wishes, as Charlie Newman kept shouting for Gould to " Kick, kick !".
He was granted a considerable amount of creative freedom as director, authorised by Andrew Lloyd Webber to make significant changes to the dramatic structure of the musical, including replacing the running parable of Annie and Charlie Christmas told to the children by The Man with a lighter-toned number called " The Gang " ( lyrics by Don Black ).
Charlie then steals her handbag and pushes her into the lake ( usually the orchestra pit ) before running off.
The siblings take over the running of their family's restaurant, Salingers, with Charlie initially serving as bartender and manager and later with Bailey taking over.
He was also said to be in the running for the position of Irish European Commissioner, however, that post went to the then Minister for Finance, Charlie McCreevy.
* Charlie Paddock ( USA ) breaks the world record by running a time of 10. 4 at Redlands, California.
Charlie and Andy flee and begin a life of running and hiding, using assumed identities.
Charlie Bassett, the Dodge City Marshal heard the shots from where he was in Beatty & Kelley's Saloon and came running.
Although Chandler is a Democrat, the Sixth Congressional District strongly leans Republican, rated by Charlie Cook in his Cook Partisan Voting Index as “ R + 9 ,” meaning a generic Republican running against a generic Democrat would win by 9 points more than he would nationally ( e. g. if he would win 50 % statewide, he would win 59 % in the Sixth ).
He keeps running into the same girl at night, Charlie.
The San Diego Chargers teams that played football here in the 1970s and 1980s featured a high-scoring offense led by quarterback Dan Fouts and featuring running back Chuck Muncie, tight end Kellen Winslow, receiver Charlie Joiner and place-kicker Rolf Benirschke ; however, the first Chargers team to advance to the Super Bowl ( in 1994, Super Bowl XXIX ) featured a strong defense anchored by linebacker Junior Seau and an unspectacular but efficient offense led by quarterback Stan Humphries and running back Natrone Means.
On December 2, 2010, Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel from the state of New York was censured after an ethics panel found he violated House rules, specifically failing to pay taxes on a villa in the Dominican Republic, improperly soliciting charitable donations, and running a campaign office out of a rent-stabilized apartment meant for residential use.
Long running Casualty character Charlie Fairhead appeared in HolbyBlues first episode, and a full two part crossover episode with Holby City aired at the beginning of the show's second series.
A running gag included Charlie Brown, Linus, and even Snoopy getting trapped into holding Faron while Frieda ran her errands.
His running mate was Chris Soap, son of Charlie Soap, husband of the late Principal Chief Wilma Mankiller.
With only a few hundred dollars between them, Charlie and Meade start over running some new concessions.

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