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* Patrick Harkins ( 1965 – ) is a TV and Film director and writer with his most noted work including Taggart and Casualty.

Patrick and Austin
The University of Texas at Austin Press published a biography titled, Ralph W. Yarborough: The People's Senator, by Patrick L. Cox.
Entering business he joined with Patrick Foy to found the Austin & Foy Wholesale Company at the corner of King and Jarvis in Toronto in the Daniel Brooke Building.
Some actors, for example Kane Hodder, Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Bruce Lee, Jet Li, Jayan, Donnie Yen, James Garner, Barrett Snow, Burt Reynolds, Johnny Yong Bosch, Tom Cruise, Steve McQueen, Angelina Jolie, Michelle Yeoh, Maggie Q, Christopher Lee, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Patrick Swayze, Thora Birch, Milla Jovovich, Bridgette Wilson, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, " Stone Cold " Steve Austin, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Viggo Mortensen, are known to have performed their own stunts.
An earlier commercial features Dan Patrick and Stone Cold Steve Austin in the break room late at night, with Austin studying something and being unable to stay awake.
Patrick says he knows just the thing and hits Austin with a steel chair across his back, which wakes him up.
After he gave a normal " slow count " for The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin became enraged, knocked Patrick out, and brought Hebner back in as referee.
The magazine featured fiction, poetry, drama and reviews and contributors included more or less every significant Irish writer of the period, including Samuel Beckett, Austin Clarke, Padraic Fallon, Padraic Colum, Patrick Kavanagh and Blanaid Salkeld among others.
< td > Ernst Nolte, Holocaust denial, Institute for Historical Review, The Spotlight, Austin App, Issah Nakleh, World Muslim Congress, Dr. Inamullah Kahn, William Grimstead, Patrick Buchanan, Mark Lane, Mel Mermelstein, Remer </ td >
It also includes cameo appearances by former cast members Tonya Crowe, Brian Austin Green, Kim Lankford, Claudia Lonow and Patrick Petersen.
* Other notable Manhattan graduates include: James W. Cooley, mathematician, co-author of the FFT ( Fast Fourier Transform ) algorithm used in digital processing ; Austin Dowling, archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis ; Patrick Joseph Hayes, Cardinal Archbishop of New York ; George Mundelein, Cardinal Archbishop of Chicago ; Olympic track gold medalists Lindy Remigino and Lou Jones.
The production was directed by Patrick Rayner and starred Julie Austin as Gloriana, Mark McDonnell ( who co-adapted the book for radio ) as Tully, Crawford Logan as Count Montjoy, Simon Tait as Dr. Kokintz and Steven McNicholl ( who also co-adapted the book ) as Mr. Benter.
Patrick also caught 5 Touchdowns which ranked third on the team behind Roy Williams ( 7 ) and Miles Austin ( 11 ).
Hoover's was started in 1990 by Austin, Texas-based entrepreneur Gary Hoover and Patrick J. Spain.
* Austin Grimaldi, Patrick Rousseau, Joe Grimaldi, and Dino Pigat, Maria Chapdelaine
W. Gardner Selby, editor of the Austin American-Statesman's PolitiFact Texas, listed Senator Patrick as third among the top 10 Republican political influencers in Texas ( Texas Influencers, August 2010 ).
They later became Patrick Motors Group ( PMG ) who were associated most closely with British Leyland / Austin and specialist sports car makers.
* 1951 Patrick Martin Austin Bourke

Patrick and hailed
The team's general manager, Craig Patrick, hailed Näslund and Forsberg as the draft's top two prospects behind first-overall selection Eric Lindros.
The Voice claimed that Yolande " was an instant hit with viewers, especially within the African-Caribbean community " and hailed Yolande and Patrick as " most loved black TV couple.
Two historical figures from the Clan na Gael and Irish Republican Brotherhood hailed from the Carrickmore area: Joseph McGarrity and Patrick McCartan, who helped fund the 1916 Easter Rising.

Patrick and most
Patrick Mannelly holds the record for the most seasons in a Bears uniform with 15.
Patrick Stoddart of The Times wrote: " The millions who watch Coronation Street – and who will continue to do so despite Lord Rees-Mogg – know real life when they see it ... in the most confident and accomplished soap opera television has ever seen ".
But one does not have to rely on the victims for stories of violence: Ted Patrick, one of the most notorious deprogrammers used by CAGs ( who has spent several terms in prison for his exploits ) openly boasts about some of the violence he employed ; in November 1987, Cyril Vosper, a Committee member of the British cult-awareness group, FAIR, was convicted in Munich of " causing bodily harm " in the course of one of his many deprogramming attempts ; and a number of similar convictions are on record for prominent members of CAGs elsewhere.
The execution of a number of Protestant preachers, most notably the Lutheran influenced Patrick Hamilton in 1528 and later the proto-Calvinist George Wishart in 1546 who was burnt at the stake in St. Andrews by Cardinal Beaton for heresy, did nothing to stem the growth of these ideas.
The most public case of consensual adult sibling incest in recent years is the case of a brother-sister couple from Germany, Patrick Stübing and Susan Karolewski.
Arguably the most prominent anti-federalist, the powerful orator Patrick Henry was a delegate and had a following second only to Washington ( who was not a delegate ).
In 2003, cryptozoologists Loren Coleman and Patrick Huyghe discussed the pinniped hypothesis, and found it to be the most likely candidate, for the Loch Ness Monster.
* Me And My Friend 1974 Patrick Campbell-Lyons's first solo album, when released on CD, most of the tracks of Songs of Love and Praise were also included and it was marketed as a Nirvana album.
The most notable instance of this was in January 1982, when Patrick Hillery instructed an aide, Captain Anthony Barber, to ensure that no telephone calls from the opposition were to be passed on to him.
The party traditionally used the nomination as a reward for its most senior and prominent members, such as party founder and longtime Taoiseach Éamon de Valera and European Commissioner Patrick Hillery.
The calendar also features the work of many of the most respected fashion photographers in the world, including Herb Ritz, Richard Avedon, Mert & Marcus, Peter Lindbergh, Annie Leibovitz, and Patrick Demarchelier.
Patrick George Troughton ( 25 March 1920 – 28 March 1987 ) was an English actor most widely known for his roles in fantasy, science fiction and horror films, particularly in his role as the second incarnation of the Doctor in the long-running British science-fiction television series Doctor Who, which he played from 1966 to 1969, reappearing in 1973, 1983 and 1985.
Evidence for this narrator being different from the earlier novels come from Deighton himself, who is quoted as saying that the narrator of Spy Story is not the same character as the narrator of The IPCRESS File ; in fact, for most of Spy Story, the narrator is named and addressed as " Patrick Armstrong "-although, as another character says, " We have so many different names.
One of the most memorable stories that emerged from the Finals involved Patrick playing in goal at the age of 44.
He resumed his practice at the Bar ; what is arguably his most celebrated case, the successful defence of The Leader against a libel action brought by the poet Patrick Kavanagh, dates from this period.
Goaltender Patrick Roy, the second most winning net minder in the NHL ( 551 wins ), played for the Avalanche from 1995 – 2003.
Boone was still an obscure hunter and trapper at the time ; the most prominent member of the expedition was William Russell, a well-known Virginian and future brother-in-law of Patrick Henry.
The League's first newspaper was An Claidheamh Soluis ( The Sword of Light ) and its most noted editor was Patrick Pearse.
Subsequently, many made a living from working as mercenaries for continental armies, the most famous of whom was Patrick Sarsfield, who, having fallen mortally wounded at the Battle of Landen fighting for the French, said " If this was only for Ireland ".
In Patrick McGilligan's biography of Hitchcock he said the film was perhaps the most American film that Hitchcock had made up to that time.
He did come out of retirement for a 1998 miniseries version of one of his most famous films, Moby Dick, portraying Father Mapple ( played by Orson Welles in the 1956 version ), with Patrick Stewart as Captain Ahab, the role Peck played in the earlier film.
* Patrick ' Panther ' Spencer, running back / safety for the Nasa Aliens / Shuttles and most recently Team USA in the American Football manga Eyeshield 21
" Similarly, Patrick Parrinder has described Book II as the " worst and most disorienting quagmire in the Wake.
Throughout its six-year run, the show received contributions from various producers, writers and directors, perhaps most significantly from Michael Patrick King.

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