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Taylor retired from professional cricket in early 1999 after the Ashes series.
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On December 6, 2001, Arthur M. Blank, the co-founder and retired co-chairman of Atlanta-based Home Depot, reached a preliminary agreement with the Falcons ’ Taylor Smith to purchase the team.
Drummer Roger Taylor retired from the music business for 15 years after the release of the Arcadia album, but returned to rejoin the original Duran Duran line-up in 2001.
The first president of the City Bank was the statesman and retired Colonel, Samuel Osgood, ownership and management of the bank was taken over by Moses Taylor, a protégé of John Jacob Astor and one of the giants of the business world in the 19th century.
Some notable current and retired jazz musicians in Hawaii include Gabe Baltazar ( saxophone ), Henry Allen ( guitar ), Adam Baron ( drums ), Vic Castellini ( Drums ), David Choy ( saxophone ), Rich Crandall ( piano ), Dan Del Negro ( keyboards ), Pierre Grill ( piano / keyboards / trombone ), Bruce Hamada ( bass ), DeShannon Higa ( trumpet ), Jim Howard ( piano ), Steve Jones ( bass ), John Kolivas ( bass ), Ryan Kunimura ( saxophone ), Noel Okimoto ( drums / percussion / vibes ), Michael Paulo ( reeds ), Rene Paulo ( acoustic grand piano ) was a forerunner of recording Hawaiian music in the jazz venue in the early 1960s and is one of Hawaii's legendary music greats, Robert Shinoda ( guitar ), Arex Ikehara ( bass ), Phil Bennett ( drums ), Aron Nelson ( piano ), Tennyson Stephens ( piano ), Dean Taba ( bass ), Betty Loo Taylor ( piano ), Tim Tsukiyama ( saxophone ) and Abe Lagrimas Jr. ( drums / ukulele / vibes ).
* John W. Warner Jr. 1949 — former secretary of the Navy and retired U. S. Senator from Virginia ; for a time, a husband of Elizabeth Taylor.
Rodgers thus joined Brian May and Roger Taylor ( former bassist John Deacon retired in the late 1990s ), with the group billed as Queen + Paul Rodgers and they subsequently toured worldwide in 2005 and 2006.
Charles Taylor Hennigan, Sr., known as Charlie Hennigan ( born March 19, 1935 ), is a retired American football player with the former Houston Oilers who resides in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Ridgway retired from the US Army on June 30, 1955 and was succeeded by his one-time 82nd Airborne Division Chief of Staff, Maxwell D. Taylor.
John Taylor Gatto, a retired schoolteacher and libertarian activist critical of compulsory schooling writes of what he terms " The Cult Of Forced Schooling ".
Mark Taylor retired from international cricket on 2 February 1999, and was replaced by ODI captain Steve Waugh.
Both General Ridgway, who retired as Army chief of staff in June 1955, and his successor, General Maxwell D. Taylor, believed that the Army was receiving too small a share of the military budget.
He was replaced as England wicket keeper by Bob Taylor on two occasions-when he went to World Series Cricket, and when he retired.
From 1993 to 2000 Bruce Long, a staff member at Arizona State University ( later retired ), transcribed several hundred newspaper and magazine articles from the 1910s and 1920s relating to Taylor, his murder, the suspects, many of Taylor's contemporaries and their links to Taylor.
In the June 2001 Marine Air Transporter newsletter, Jerry Taylor, a retired Marine Corps flight instructor, recalls memories of World War II.
Taylor came out of retirement in February 2002 to return to his old job at Aston Villa, but retired for a second time after Villa finished the 2002 – 03 season in 16th place in the Premiership.
Dan Taylor ( Hugh Griffith ), a retired railway worker, knows how to run an engine and joins the venture.
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At Camp Taylor in Kentucky a barracks was built in an hour and a half from timber that had been standing in Mississippi forests one week before.
Gen. Taylor will report to President Kennedy in a few days on the results of his visit to South Viet Nam and, judging from some of his remarks to reporters in the Far East, he is likely to urge a more efficient mobilization of Vietnamese military, economic, political and other resources.
The Taylor Scale was adapted from the Minnesota Multiphastic Personality Inventory, with item selection based upon clinical definitions of anxiety.
In a similar vein, but writing from the opposite side, Thomas Taylor, a private in the 6th Alabama Volunteers, in a letter to his wife, stated: `` you know that my heart is with you but I never could have been satisfied to have staid at home when my country is invaded by a thievin foe, by a set of cowardly skunks whose motto is Booty.
The captaincy passed from Border to Taylor in the mid-1990s and then to Steve Waugh before the 2001 series.
Paul Beekman Taylor used the Ynglingasaga as proof that the Beowulf poet was likewise working from Germanic tradition.
For example, Reserve Bank of India governor James Braid Taylor presided over the country's move from silver currency to fiat money.
The stand had terracing until the 2001 / 02 promotion season, were by Premiership law stemming from the Taylor Report meant seat re-development.
Classification of Hesperocyoninae from Wang ( 1994 ); Borophaginae from Wang, Tedford, Taylor ( 1999 ),; and Caninae from Tedford, Wang, Taylor ( 2009 ) except where noted.
For example, Jeremy Taylor defined 5 rules in Holy Living ( 1650 ), including abstaining from marrying " so long as she is with child by her former husband " and " within the year of mourning ".
In 1992, Superman co-creator Joe Shuster told the Toronto Star that the name derived from 1930's cinematic leading men Clark Gable and Kent Taylor, but the persona from bespectacled silent film comic Harold Lloyd and himself.
Pitman's short book about his desperate escape from a Caribbean penal colony for his part in the Monmouth Rebellion, his shipwrecking and subsequent desert island misadventures was published by J. Taylor of Paternoster Street, London, whose son William Taylor later published Defoe's novel.
No disability or lack of qualification prevented Taylor and Fillmore from taking office, and as they had been duly certified to take office that day as president-elect and vice president-elect, if Taylor was not president because he had not been sworn in as such, then Atchison, who had not been sworn in either, certainly was not President either.
Having already moved from its ground at Kent Street, Ascot Vale (" McCracken's Paddock ") to Flemington Hill, the club was again forced to move in 1881 ; and, because the City of Essendon mayor of the day, James Taylor, considered the Essendon Cricket Ground " to be suitable only for the gentleman's game of cricket ", Essendon moved to East Melbourne.
Taylor claimed the name Fenway Park came from its location in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston, which was partially created late in the nineteenth century by filling in marshland or " fens ", to create the Back Bay Fens urban park.
He was G. I. Taylor Professor of Fluid Mechanics at the University of Cambridge from 1992 to 1994 and he has been Emeritus G. I. Taylor Professor of Fluid Mechanics since then.
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In response, the Machine quietly supported Jim Taylor, a former professional boxer, Streets and Sanitation worker, and barely literate Daley figurehead, over Washington.
Taylor commented about Raeder's claim to have been just an apolitical professional doing his job was meaningless because: " It is an innocent and respectable business to be a locksmith, but it is nonetheless a crime if the locksmith turns his talents into picking the locks of his neighbours and looting their homes.
Taylor talked so well that he raised the standard of debate in Australia — and perhaps of cricket itself — in a way which was an example to all professional cricketers ... Border stopped Australia losing.
* Ben Taylor: former Negro League professional baseball player from 1908 to 1929 and Manager / Coach from 1929 to 1940.
" This defeat affected Taylor greatly, and it proved to be the beginning of the end as a professional boxer for him.
Taylor turned professional in 1896 at the age of 18 and soon emerged as the " most formidable racer in America.
At the Blue Ribbon Meet of the Bostonian Cycle Club hosted on May 19, 1897, Taylor won first place in the open professional on a Comet bicycle.
She dialed down her professional pursuits when her son, Charles Taylor Jackson, was adopted in 1995.
The Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture offers two professional programs: Architecture, and Construction Science and Management.
Frederick Antwon Taylor ( born January 27, 1976 ) is a former American college and professional football player who was a running back in the National Football League ( NFL ) for thirteen seasons during the 1990s and 2000s.
Taylor was the first professional football receiver ever to make 100 catches in a single season, accomplishing the feat in only 14 games ( 1961 ).
* Chuck Taylor ( wrestler ) ( born 1986 ), American independent professional wrestler based in the CHIKARA promotion in Pennsylvania
At the age of 16, Bergman received her first professional acting job in the TV movie Return Engagement, which starred Elizabeth Taylor.