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His most famous television roles are those of the colorful attorney Alan Shore in The Practice and its spin-off Boston Legal, for which he won three Emmy Awards, and Robert California in The Office.
Spader won the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Emmy Award for his portrayal of Alan Shore in 2004, on The Practice and won it again in 2005 and 2007, for Boston Legal.
Six different defensemen won the Hart Trophy before the Norris Trophy's establishment: Herb Gardiner, Eddie Shore ( four times ), Albert " Babe " Siebert, Ebbie Goodfellow, Tommy Anderson and Babe Pratt.
Her novel The Farthest Shore won the 1973 National Book Award in category Children's Books.
In 2007, the boys varsity soccer team ran undefeated in regular league play and won the South Shore league Semi-Finals in the State Tournament.
The Brick Pop Warner Little Scholars Mustangs finished the 2006 season with a perfect 9-0 record and won the Jersey Shore B Division.
Shore is a three-time winner of the Academy Award, and has also won three Golden Globe Awards and four Grammy Awards.
However, the score was hugely successful and won Shore his first Oscar, as well as a Grammy Award, and nominations for a Golden Globe and a BAFTA.
Shore also won his first Golden Globe, his third and fourth Grammy ( the fourth for Best Song ), and was nominated for a third BAFTA.
Gilchrest won by only 3 %, largely by swamping McMillen on the Eastern Shore.
The score was composed by Howard Shore and the make-up effects were created by Chris Walas, who won the Academy Award for Best Makeup.
Shore won the Hart Trophy as the league's most valuable player four times, the most of any defenceman, and third overall behind Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe.
Shore and the Bruins won their second Stanley Cup in 1939.
Shore won three Academy Awards for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.
In the beginning of his three-year-old campaign, he won the Saratoga Special and the San Jacinto Stakes, as well as the 1976 Wood Memorial and the Bay Shore Stakes.
Fossella's political career began in April 1994, when he won a special election to the New York City Council, representing Staten Island's South Shore and Mid-Island section.
A design competition was launched in the start of October 2006, soliciting proposals from forty-eight local and international firms for a revitalization of the square, and, on 8 March 2007, it was announced that the team led by PLANT Architect Inc. and Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners ( both of Toronto ) had won the competition.
The spring musical was Once On This Island, which won seven awards including Best Musical at the North Shore Music Theatre Spotlight Awards and the MOSS HART Award.
One of the most memorable jumps was in 1991 after Alcott won for the third time and made the jump with then tournament host Dinah Shore.
Note: Post won the Colgate Dinah Shore Winner's Circle ( now known as the Kraft Nabisco Championship ) before it became a major championship.
He attended North Shore High School in West Palm Beach, and won the Florida high school golf championship in 1977 while playing for the North Shore golf team.
In 1986, she won three of the four LPGA majors-the du Maurier Classic, Nabisco Dinah Shore, and LPGA Championship.

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Only Ernie Shore ever fashioned a longer spell of no-hit relief, although Bobby Shantz pitched 9 no-hit innings in relief on 05 / 06 / 1949, when Connie Mack brought him into his second major league game to relieve with no outs in the 4th inning.
The second of the five victims of the Jersey Shore shark attacks of 1916, Charles Bruder, 27, a Swiss bellhop for the Essex and Sussex Hotel, was killed on July 6, 1916, while swimming approximately from shore in Spring Lake.
As Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Train No. 5, The Pacific Express, crossed the Ashtabula River bridge, the Howe truss structure collapsed, dropping the second locomotive of two and 11 passenger cars into the frozen creek below.
In 1905, a second trolley line, the Jersey Shore and Antes Fort Railway, was put into service between the city and the Pennsylvania Railroad station in Antes Fort, to the southeast.
The company, which is owned by a third generation of the Schultz family, operates two mills, the original mill in Jersey Shore and a second mill downstream in Montoursville.
Possessing the second largest beach front in the state, Colonial Beach was a popular resort town in the early to mid-20th century, before the Chesapeake Bay Bridge made ocean beaches on the Eastern Shore of Maryland more accessible to visitors from Washington, D. C.
The Shore developed a clutch of upmarket restaurants, including the second of the groundbreaking chain of Malmaison hotels in a conversion of the former " Angel Hotel ", a seaman's mission, whilst the once industrially-polluted and desolate banks of the Water of Leith were cleaned up and a public walkway opened.
The family spent its summers on the North Shore of Massachusetts at a second home in Manchester, about from Boston.
; Super Fly producer Sig Shore directed a second sequel in 1990, The Return of Superfly.
In 1892 – 93 he toured North America ( his second tour there ), writing successful new sketches, " How I Discovered America " and " Baby on the Shore " ( 1893 ).
The airport's second terminal opened in 1952 near the intersection of Columbus Drive and West Shore Blvd.
The following year, Shore composed the scores to Panic Room, Gangs of New York ( replacing Elmer Bernstein ), and The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, the second film in the trilogy.
In 2010, Shore composed the score to the third installment in the highly popular Twilight film series, following Carter Burwell and Alexandre Desplat, who scored the first and second films, respectively.
Shore has also received six Golden Globe nominations, winning three consecutive awards for Best Original Score and Best Original Song-" Into the West " for The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King ( 2003 ) and The Aviator ( 2004 ), making him the only the second composer ( after Alan Menken ) to have received consecutive Golden Globe Awards for Best Original Score.
A second highway, the West Shore Expressway, was proposed.
A second route, the Bay Shore Highway ( Route 68 ), became a state highway in 1923, but only from the San Francisco city limits into San Mateo County, where the Dumbarton Bridge would begin.
* Warlow, Brian ( 2000 ) Shore Establishments of the Royal Navy ( second edition )( Liskeard: Maritime Books ).
Fisher, Council President of the North Shore Primary School, second preferenced Brazier in the election and polled 1086 fewer first preference votes than Brazier.
The second disc was a live performance, which featured all the tracks from Autumnal Park except " From the Shore ", some tracks from Love an Adventure and the rare B-side " In Their Time ".
A bruiser known for NHL violence, Shore set a then-NHL record for 165 penalty minutes in his second season.
The second and third books in the new Uplift trilogy are Infinity's Shore and Heaven's Reach.
In the second episode of the early 2000s trilogy, " Strangers on the Shore ", the two scatter Albert's ashes in the English Channel, before visiting the French village where Albert had been stationed for a time during the war only to find an entire town inhabited by bald men with white beards who all bore more than a passing resemblance to their late uncle, they joked it should have been called " Trottersville ".
When Chicago annexed Hyde Park just in time for the 1890 census ( to beat out Philadelphia as the second largest metro-area in the nation ), the Highlands were left under governorship of the South Shore area. At the time of the Second World War, the neighborhood saw huge loss in residence and a destruction of the area was suggested.

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