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Ryan Miller ( born 1974 in Albuquerque, New Mexico ) is a writer who worked as a design director for the computer game company Cyan Worlds, founded by his brothers Rand and Robyn Miller.
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Afterwards, it follows Tom Hanks as United States Army Rangers Captain John H. Miller and seven other soldiers ( Tom Sizemore, Edward Burns, Barry Pepper, Vin Diesel, Giovanni Ribisi, Adam Goldberg, and Jeremy Davies ) as they search for a paratrooper, Private First Class James Francis Ryan ( Matt Damon ), who is the last-surviving brother of four servicemen.
Once they reach it, Miller locates a friend of Ryan's, who reveals that Ryan is defending a strategically important bridge over the Merderet River in the town of Ramelle.
When O ' Donnell and the ULA spring Miller on his way to Albany Prison ( killing both police officers and civilians in the process ), Ryan and his family become the target of their revenge — particularly Miller's.
Following the incident and arrest of the ULA members and Miller ( whom Ryan nearly executes with his Browning Hi Power ), Ryan is re-assigned to London as a member of a liaison group to the British Secret Intelligence Service.
Ryan L. Miller, with the help of others explored 100 million games, with a total of 1282 being unsolvable.
Members of the Township Council are Council President Joseph Scuralli ( R, Ward 4 ), Nadine Bello ( R, Ward 6 ), James Jimenez ( R, at-large ), Franco Mazzei ( R, Ward 3 ), Chris F. McIntyre ( D, Ward 5 ), Alan Purcell ( R, Ward 1 ), Lonni Miller Ryan ( R, at-large ), Al Sadowski ( R, Ward 2 ) and Joseph Schweighardt ( R, at-large ).
* Ryan Miller: Hobey Baker winner at MSU, NHL goalie for the Buffalo Sabres, an NHL All-Star in 2007, and goalie for the U. S. hockey team in the 2010 Winter Olympics.
* In the novel Patriot Games and the eponymous film, terrorist Sean Miller is tried in the Old Bailey for the attempted kidnapping of the Prince & Princess of Wales ( which killed two guards ), and sentenced to life in prison after Jack Ryan's testimony ( Ryan foiled the plot by disabling Miller and killing another terrorist with Miller's gun ).
Former Michigan State players in the National Hockey League include All Star Defensemen Duncan Keith, Rod Brind ' Amour, Anson Carter, Donald McSween, Adam Hall, John-Michael Liles, Justin Abdelkader, brothers Kelly Miller and Kip Miller, as well as their cousins, brothers Ryan Miller and Drew Miller.
On July 1, 2008, Patrick was signed by the Buffalo Sabres to a two-year, $ 2 million contract to play backup to Ryan Miller.
The current governor is Ryan Miller of the Boston College High School-Dorchester delegation, and the lieutenant governor David Coletti, of the Boston College High School-Dorchester delegation.
Among his PhD advisees are Leonard Adleman, Shafi Goldwasser, Russell Impagliazzo, Silvio Micali, Gary Miller, Moni Naor, Steven Rudich, Michael Sipser, Umesh Vazirani and Vijay Vazirani, Ronitt Rubinfeld, Luis von Ahn, Nicholas Hopper, and Ryan Williams.
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Her second marriage was to Ryan O ' Neal's son, Patrick O ' Neal, from 1995 to 2002 ; the union produced two daughters: Sophia ( born 1997 ) and Veronica ( b. 2001 ).
He then married Benvin, he had two children, Antonia Quinn ( born July 23, 1993 ) and Ryan Nicholas Quinn ( born July 5, 1996 ).
Ryan White was born at St. Joseph Memorial Hospital in Kokomo, Indiana, to Jeanne Elaine Hale and Hubert Wayne White.
Lynn Nolan Ryan, Jr. ( born on January 31, 1947 ), nicknamed " The Ryan Express ", is a former Major League Baseball pitcher.
Ryan was born in Refugio, Texas, the youngest of six children, to Lynn Nolan Ryan, Sr. and Martha Lee Hancock Ryan.
Katherine Kiernan Maria " Kate " Mulgrew ( born April 29, 1955 ) is an American actress, most noted for her roles on Star Trek: Voyager as Captain Kathryn Janeway and Ryan's Hope as Mary Ryan.
In 1956, his father married actress Shirley Jones, and three half-brothers were born: Shaun ( 1958 ), Patrick ( 1962 ) and Ryan ( 1966 ).
Hughes was born in Lansing, Michigan, to a mother, Ryan Boudinot, T Cooper, Quinn Dalton, Emily Franklin, Lisa Gabriele, Tod Goldberg, Nina de Gramont, Tara Ison, Allison Lynn, John McNally, Dan Pope, Lewis Robinson, Ben Schrank, Elizabeth Searle, Mary Sullivan, Rebecca Wolff, and Moon Unit Zappa.
Devon Ryan Gummersall ( born October 15, 1978 ) is an American actor, writer, and television and film director, perhaps best known for acting on the cult classic television show My So-Called Life.
* Ryan Mallett, quarterback for the New England Patriots, formerly Arkansas Razorbacks, born in Batesville
* Ryan Bowen is a former baseball player for the Houston Astros and Florida Marlins who was born, lived, and attended high school in Hanford.
Ryan Hall ( born October 14, 1982 in Big Bear Lake, California ) is an American long distance runner.
* Shannen Rossmiller, The youngest female judge in United States history, whose testimony led to the conviction of Ryan G. Anderson, and ( Alaskan pipeline terrorist ) Michael Curtis Reynolds was born and worked here.
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His 1970s films included Monte Walsh ( 1970 ) with Jeanne Moreau, the violent Prime Cut ( 1972 ) with Gene Hackman, Pocket Money ( 1972 ) with Paul Newman, Emperor of the North Pole ( 1973 ) opposite Ernest Borgnine, as Hickey in The Iceman Cometh ( 1973 ) with Fredric March and Robert Ryan, The Spikes Gang ( 1974 ) with Noah Beery, Jr., The Klansman ( 1974 ) with Richard Burton, Shout at the Devil ( 1976 ) with Roger Moore, The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday ( 1976 ) with Oliver Reed, and Avalanche Express ( 1978 ) with Robert Shaw.
His father was Emmet William Ryan ( 1922 – 1974 ), a police homicide lieutenant in Baltimore, and World War II veteran.
Aside from Bob Feller in 1938, Ryan is the only man since 1900 to walk 200 batters in a season, which he did twice: in 1974 and 1977.
On July 4 of that season, at Riverfront Stadium, Ryan recorded his 3, 000th career strikeout, the victim being César Gerónimo of the Cincinnati Reds ( Gerónimo had also been Bob Gibson's 3, 000th strikeout victim, in 1974 ).
David Ryan Adams ( born November 5, 1974 ) is an American alt-country / rock singer-songwriter, from Jacksonville, North Carolina.
Patricia Ryan, later the First Lady of the United States from 1969 to 1974, worked as a movie extra at this time, and can be seen as a walk on during the ball scene.
Ryan Abeo ( RA Scion ) was born in Louisville, Kentucky in 1974 and briefly attended Northern Kentucky University before moving on to start a family.
The local government district of Basildon, formed in 1974 was first led by Ryan O ' Rourke and encapsulates a larger area than the town itself ; the two neighbouring towns of Billericay and Wickford, as well as rural villages and smaller settlements set among the surrounding countryside, fall within its borders.
Though Hall-of-Famer Nolan Ryan once threw well over 200 pitches in a single game ( a 1974 contest in which he pitched 13 innings ), it is now rare for a manager to allow a pitcher to throw more than 120 pitches in a start.
Those pitchers are: Eduardo Rodríguez hit a triple in 1973, Fergie Jenkins and Tom Murphy both hit singles in 1974, catcher Buck Martinez as a pitcher singled in 1979, Mike Jeffcoat hit a double in 1991, Roger Clemens and Ryan Hancock both hit singles in 1996, John Wetteland doubled in 1997, Bobby Korecky hit a single in 2008, and Andy Sonnanstine hit an RBI double in 2009.
The Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Opera Center ( formerly Lyric Opera Center for American Artists, 1981 – 2006 ), established in 1974 by Carol Fox, is the professional artist-development program for Lyric Opera of Chicago.
Thelma Catherine " Pat " Ryan Nixon ( March 16, 1912 – June 22, 1993 ) was the wife of Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States, and was First Lady of the United States from 1969 to 1974.
Cornelius Ryan, ( 5 June 1920 – 23 November 1974 ) was an Irish journalist and author mainly known for his writings on popular military history, especially his World War II books: The Longest Day: June 6, 1944 D-Day ( 1959 ), The Last Battle ( 1966 ), and A Bridge Too Far ( 1974 ).