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He hit Roberts with his left fist in the ribs and the razor cut toward him feebly, then wobbled in mid-air.
In Full Employment and Free Trade ( 1948 ) Polanyi analyses the way in which money circulates around an economy, and in a monetarist analysis that according to Paul Craig Roberts was thirty years ahead of its time, he argues that a free market economy should not be left to be wholly self-adjusting, a central bank should attempt to moderate economic booms / busts via a strict / loose monetary policy.
Some ideologies, notably Christian Democracy, claim to combine left and right wing politics ; according to Geoffrey K. Roberts and Patricia Hogwood, " In terms of ideology, Christian Democracy has incorporated many of the views held by liberals, conservatives and socialists within a wider framework of moral and Christian principles.
In May 2006, Roberts left the band, and The Stranglers were now back to a four-piece line-up: Burnel, Black, Greenfield and Warne, with the lead vocals shared between Warne and Burnel.
The Roberts Court, 2010Back row ( left to right ): Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen G. Breyer, Samuel A. Alito, and Elena Kagan.
Front row ( left to right ): Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia, Chief Justice of the United States | Chief Justice John Roberts, Anthony Kennedy, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg
In the 1990s, Ruben Gonzalez, Cliff Swain and Sudsy Monchik dominated pro tournaments, and other great players like Andy Roberts, John Ellis, and Drew Kachtik were often left out of the winner's circle.
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Roberts left the band as well, citing creative differences.
Her announcement was supported by three other commissioners ( Serena Cruz, Lisa Naito & Maria Rojo de Steffey ), but criticized by Lonnie Roberts, who represents the eastern part of Multnomah county and was left out of the decision.
Roberts says to Susan that he does not know what will become of the building, but perhaps it should be left alone as " a kind of shrine to all the bullshit in the world ".
In 1959, Roberts left the Bluenotes and began singing with another local band, The Wailers ( often known as The Fabulous Wailers and no relation to The Wailers headed by Bob Marley years later ), who had had a hit record with the instrumental " Tall Cool One ".
During the scene in which Roberts sings along to Prince in the bathtub sliding down and dunking her head under the bubbles, Roberts came up and opened her eyes and saw that everyone had left except the cameraman, who got the shot.
, featuring, from left, announcer and scorekeeper Carl Kasell ; host Peter Sagal ; and panelists Adam Felber, Roxanne Roberts and Keegan-Michael Key before a live audience.
The British Foreign Office instructed Captain James Prevost, the British Boundary Commissioner, to inform his American counterpart of the situation and request that Point Roberts be left to Britain, because of the great inconvenience it would be to the United States.
On 18 April Thomas Anstis, the commander of the Good Fortune, left Roberts in the night and continued to raid shipping in the Caribbean.
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Crash Test Dummies, circa 1996, ( from left to right: Dan Roberts, Ellen Reid, Brad Roberts, Mitch Dorge and Benjamin Darvill )
Recent Holliday biographer Gary L. Roberts, however, considers it unlikely that Holliday, who had scarcely left his bed for two months, would have been able to speak coherently, if at all, on the day he died.
Roberts left in late 1983 to form Carcrash International, and the lineup settled to Andi, McLeay, Cam Campbell ( bass ) and Kevin Matthews ( drums ), a change forced by Ray Mondo's deportation to his native Sierra Leone.
As a result, Glenbuck became largely derelict and by the time Shankly's ghost writer John Roberts visited it in 1976, there were only twelve houses left, including a cottage owned by Shankly's sister Elizabeth ( Liz ), whom Roberts described as " the last of the children of Glenbuck ".
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Roberts and Origin
* Thomas Hancock: Personal Narrative of the Origin and Progress of the Caoutchouc or India-Rubber Manufacture in England, 1st Published 1857, London, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmanns & Roberts.
A similar game system was used in Roberts ' next release for Origin, Bad Blood ( 1990 ).
Following the traditions of Origin Systems, Chris Roberts ' residence at the outskirts of Austin, Texas was aptly named " Commander's Ranch ", a reference to the Wing Commander series he created.
It was founded in 1996, when Wing Commander creator Chris Roberts left Origin Systems, Inc., along with Erin Roberts, Eric Peterson, Tony Zurovec and many other employees.
Tony Zurovec of the Crusader team left Origin and joined Wing Commander creator Chris Roberts at his new company Digital Anvil and Origin refocused its efforts on Ultima Online.
Strike Commander is a combat flight simulator video game designed by Chris Roberts and released by Origin Systems for the PC DOS in 1993.
By the age of 21, Jack Gibson had described him as " the best front rower in the game ," and in 1988 Roberts made the first of five appearances for City Origin team.
Roberts made nine appearances for the New South Wales State of Origin team between 1990 and 1994.
In 1995, New South Wales State of Origin and Kangaroos Test forward Ian Roberts became the first high-profile Australian sports person and first footballer in the world to come out to the public as gay.
His début for Queensland in the 1994 State of Origin series ended when he was concussed after a sickening clash of heads with rival forward Ian Roberts.

Roberts and 1996
Roberts and Janovy in 1996 divided the phylum into the following subclasses and suborders ( omitting classes and orders ):
In Hart's absence after WrestleMania XII, Steve Austin became the new face of the company, starting with his Austin 3: 16 speech, shortly after defeating Jake Roberts in the tournament finals at the 1996 King of the Ring pay-per-view.
The best-selling book, in turn, spawned several filmed versions of the story: director Richard Brooks ' theatrical feature film In Cold Blood in 1967 starring Robert Blake, Scott Wilson and John Forsythe, and a two-part made-for-television movie of the same title starring Eric Roberts, Anthony Edwards and Sam Neill that aired on network TV in 1996.
Gene Palmer, Randle Walker ; 1971, Mike Buchanan, Lindsey Roberts ; 1972, Rueben Bussey, Bobby Price, Avery Downing ; 1973, Maurice Jones ; 1974, Coach Ben Pannel, Roy Green, Bobby Hunt, Stanley Lawrence ; 1975, James Brack, Bobby Mowrey, Jerry Malone ; 1976, Pres Young, Rex Scroggins, Dick Ford ; 1977, Robert Knight ; 1979, Jackie Walker, Gregg McNeal ; 1980, Windy Haggard, Syd Keasler, Zell Roberts, Wilber Ingram ; 1981, Kenny Rowe, Martin Luther King Jr, Danny Malone ; 1982, Jimmy Killion, Gene Grammer ; 1983, David Powell, Jerry Bunt ; 1984, Doug Floyd, Ken Jones ; 1985, Mike Trice, Scooter Taylor ; 1986, Brian Koechel, Bryon Lawrence ; 1987, Donald Taylor ; 1988, Jimmie Tallant ; 1989, Tommy Roberts ; 1990, Chris Shafer, Larry Gideon ; 1991, Randy Clark, Clifford Shaw ; 1992, Jimmy Lynn Grimes, Ricky Lawrence ; 1993, Linty Ingram ; 1995, Jeff Brownlee, Ron Gideon ; 1996, John Martin ; 1997, Rob Floyd ; 1998, Steve Green, Patrick Gill ; 1999, J. B. Rodgers ; 2000, Les Langley ; 2001, Rodney Flake ; 2002, Donnie Muckleroy
Gere's status as a leading man solidified and he went on to star in several successful films throughout the 1990s, including Sommersby ( 1993 ), Primal Fear ( 1996 ), and Runaway Bride ( 1999 ) ( which reunited him with his Pretty Woman co-star Julia Roberts ).
* Troy Roberts and Jane Robelot ( 1995 – 1996 )
TADS 2 has been maintained and updated at regular intervals by its creator, Michael J. Roberts, even after it became freeware in July 1996.
Roberts was elected to the U. S. Senate in 1996, and is currently serving his third term.
* Power 98 ( film ), a 1996 film starring Eric Roberts about a Los Angeles talk radio station.
Privateer 2 was launched in late 1996 by Erin Roberts.
As of 1996, general partners of KKR included Henry Kravis, George R. Roberts, Paul Raether, Robert MacDonnell, Jose Gandarillas, Michael Michelson, Saul Fox, James Greene, Michael Tokarz, Clifton Robbins, Scott Stuart, Perry Golkin and Edward Gilhuly.
On June 17, 1996, at the age of 30, Roberts announced his retirement from hockey, before returning to hockey after the next season.
Past winners include Walter Cronkite ( 1989 ), Carl T. Rowan ( 1990 ), Helen Thomas ( 1991 ), Tom Brokaw ( 1992 ), Larry King ( 1993 ), Charles Kuralt of CBS ( 1994 ), Albert R. Hunt and Judy Woodruff ( 1995 ), Robert MacNeil ( 1996 ), Cokie Roberts ( 1997 ), Tim Russert and Louis D. Boccardi ( 1998 ), John Seigenthaler ( 1999 ), Jim Lehrer ( 2001 ), Tom Curley ( 2002 ), Don Hewitt of CBS ( 2004 ), Garrison Keillor ( 2005 ), Bob Schieffer of CBS ( 2006 ), John Quinn and Ken Paulson ( 2007 ), Charles Overby ( 2008 ), Katie Couric ( 2009 ), and Brian Lamb of C-SPAN ( 2011 ).
He has two sons – Roberts ( born in 1994 ) and Christopher ( born in 1996 ).
She began her acting career by playing Sarah Roberts on One Life to Live ( 1994 – 1997 ), and Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light ( 1996 – 2000 ), before starring at age 10 as Sheryl Yoast in the Disney feature film Remember the Titans.
She landed a role as Sarah Roberts on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live from 1994 to 1997, which was followed by Lizzie Spaulding on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light in 1996, and again from 1997 to 2000.
Donaldson appeared as a panelist on the Sunday morning television program This Week with David Brinkley from its inception in 1981 and after Brinkley's retirement in 1996 co-anchored the This Week program with Cokie Roberts until the two were replaced in September 2002 by George Stephanopoulos.

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