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Ron Dermer was born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida, as the younger son of Yaffa Rosenthal, who was born in Mandate Palestine and moved to Florida with her parents shortly after Israel won its independence, and Jay Dermer, a trial lawyer from New York, who became Mayor of Miami Beach in the late 1960s.
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Another part of the intellectual underpinning of the Bush Doctrine was the 2004 book The Case for Democracy, written by Israeli politician and author Natan Sharansky and Israeli Minister of Economic Affairs in the United States Ron Dermer, which Bush has cited as influential in his thinking.
His second book, " The Case for Democracy: The Power of Freedom to Overcome Tyranny and Terror " was co-written with Ron Dermer.
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In 1950, van Vogt was briefly appointed as head of L. Ron Hubbard's Dianetics operation in California.
The music to all four films was composed and conducted by Ron Goodwin and is still played on radio today.
The elite Legend status was bestowed on 12 members of the Hall of Fame in 1996: Ron Barassi, Haydn Bunton Senior, Roy Cazaly, John Coleman, Jack Dyer, Polly Farmer, Leigh Matthews, John Nicholls, Bob Pratt, Dick Reynolds, Bob Skilton and Ted Whitten ( see above list for further details ).
" Historian Ron Chernow says of this " he wasn't calling for peaceful protests or civil disobedience: he was calling for outright rebellion, if needed, against the federal government of which he was vice president.
At that time, survivor Clive Doyle was living at the Mount Carmel Center with supporter Ron Goins, operating a small visitor museum as well as holding weekly Bible studies on the Sabbath.
Bacardi's transition into an international brand was due mostly to Schueg's " business genius "; Schueg " branded Cuba as the home of rum, and Bacardi as the king of rums " and expanded overseas, first to Mexico ( 1931 ), then to Puerto Rico ( 1936 ), under the brand name Ron Bacardi.
In 1954, Compañía ‘ Ron Bacardi ’ S. A. paid him homage when he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature of his novel The Old Man and the Sea ( 1952 ), in which he honored the Company by mentioning its Hatuey beer.
The Brabham team was founded by Jack Brabham and Ron Tauranac, who met in 1951 while both were successfully building and racing cars in their native Australia.
* He played a bank robber named " Malcolm Y " in an unused plotline for the movie Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, which was eventually released straight-to-DVD as Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie.
The identity of the trumpeter was not public knowledge until 1994, when jazz musician and journalist Ron Simmonds revealed that it was the Surrey musician Ronnie Hunt.
After Barks received a 1960 visit from the Spicer brothers and Ron Leonard, he was no longer anonymous, as his name soon became known to his readers.
Lawson worked with Nick Talesfore who was responsible for the Industrial Design of the hand controllers, console and video game cartridges as the manager of Industrial Design ; and, Ron Smith who was responsible for the mechanical engineering of the video cartridges and the eight degrees of freedom hand controllers.
Dianetics is a set of ideas and practices regarding the metaphysical relationship between the mind and body which was created by L. Ron Hubbard and is practiced by followers of Scientology.
One example was Harvey Jackins, founder of Re-evaluation Counselling, originally a sort of discrete reworking of Dianetics, which L Ron Hubbard later declared suppressive to Scientology.
He worked with an octet ( the recording bears his name only because Brubeck was the best-known member at the time ), and a trio including Cal Tjader and Ron Crotty.
For example, during the 1980s, character ' Ron Headrest ' served as a doppelgänger for Ronald Reagan and was depicted as a computer-generated artificial-intelligence, an image based on the television character Max Headroom.
Notable jazz bassists from the 1940s to the 1950s included bassist Jimmy Blanton ( 1918 – 1942 ) whose short tenure in the Duke Ellington Swing band ( cut short by his death from tuberculosis ) introduced new melodic and harmonic solo ideas for the instrument ; bassist Ray Brown ( 1926 – 2002 ), known for backing Beboppers Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum and Charlie Parker, and forming the Modern Jazz Quartet ; hard bop bassist Ron Carter ( born 1937 ), who has appeared on 3, 500 albums make him one of the most-recorded bassists in jazz history, including LPs by Thelonious Monk and Wes Montgomery and many Blue Note Records artists ; and Paul Chambers ( 1935 – 1969 ), a member of the Miles Davis Quintet ( including the landmark modal jazz recording Kind of Blue ) and many other 1950s and 1960s rhythm sections, was known for his virtuosic improvisations.
The Federal Reserve Transparency Act was introduced by congressman Ron Paul in order to obtain a more detailed audit of the Fed.
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* Ron Blomberg ( born 1948 ), Major League Baseball DH / first baseman / right fielder nicknamed " Boomer "
They adopted two children: Roxanne ( born 1944, adopted 1944 ) and Ronald Charles ( born 1937, adopted 1943, a. k. a. Ron Pickford Rogers ).
Ronald William " Ron " Howard ( born March 1, 1954 ) is an American film director, producer and former child actor.
* Ronald L. " Ron " Townson ( born 20 January 1933, St. Louis, Missouri-died 2 August 2001, of kidney failure, Las Vegas, Nevada )
The only child of Ron Barassi Snr, Ron was born in the central Victorian town of Castlemaine in 1936.
In a turnout of 35 percent, Duncan unseated the incumbent Democrat, Ronald M. " Ron " LeLeux ( born 1955 ), 2, 555 ( 54 percent ) to 2, 156 ( 46 percent ).
* Ron Villone ( born 1970 ), Major League Baseball relief pitcher who played for the New York Yankees in the 2006 season.
* Ron Jaworski ( born 1951 ), former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Monday Night Football broadcaster, owner of the Philadelphia Soul.
* Ron Galella ( born 1931 ), called “ the Godfather of the U. S. paparazzi culture ”, he is known for his photos of ( and battles with ) Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Marlon Brando.
* Bill Saul and his twin brothers Rich Saul and Ron Saul, professional football players during the 1960s and 1970s, were born and raised in Butler – Bill played 9 years ( 1962 – 1970 ) as a linebacker for the Colts, Steelers, Saints and Lions, Rich played 12 years ( 1970 – 1982 ) at center for the Los Angeles Rams and Ron played 13 years ( 1970 – 1983 ) for the Houston Oilers and Washington Redskins.