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  1. Carl was the heir apparent for the 6 car.
  2. Carl is the second child of Beverly Johnson.
  3. Carl was a multi-instrumentalist and one of my favorite pre-war blues musicians.
  4. Carl was parked for aggressive driving.
  5. Carl was in the lead for a while in Montreal, but something in the car broke, and he finished 20th.

Carl Schmitt

  1. Carl Schmitt is quite a peculiar individual, not just a professor; he is also a composite of various other individuals. (Web site)


  1. Carl Edwards used a daring move late in the race to take the lead and the checkered flag at the 2008 Sharpie 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
  2. The next day during the Sharpie 500, Kahne dominated most of the race leading 305 of 500 laps and finished 2nd to Carl Edwards.
  3. Carl Edwards won the Sharpie 500 for his second win of 2007 and sixth of his career. (Web site)

Matt Kenseth

  1. Teammates Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth thrilled fans with side-by-side racing for the lead not often seen late in the race at this track. (Web site)
  2. Roush Fenway Racing cars Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards, and even Matt Kenseth led some laps on Sunday and all three of them finished in the top seven. (Web site)
  3. Edwards, after Kurt's biting remarks about “The Carl” in the wake of Edwards' confrontation with Matt Kenseth.

Carl Erskine

  1. Carl Erskine won 20 and lost only six that year.
  2. Carl Erskine: Born in Anderson, Indiana was a pitcher for the Dodgers for 12 seasons.
  3. Jack Buck and Carl Erskine[ 15][ 16] were the lead announcing crew for this series, which lasted one season[ 17]. (Web site)

Carl Albert

  1. Dont even talk about Carl Albert cause you wont play them this year.
  2. Cowley held Carl Albert to 24 percent shooting and just 18 points in the second half.
  3. Last year, Carl Albert totaled just 59 points for the entire school year.


  1. Fast facts: Carl Edwards leads the season standings with 670 points, followed by Keselowski (644), Allgaier (639), Busch (594) and Kevin Harvick (569).
  2. Along with Keselowski, Allgaier bested Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards and Kevin Harvick, who all finished in the top five.
  3. Carl Edwards, Keselowski, Jason Leffler and Mike Bliss finished second through fifth and were honored along with Busch in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.

Brad Keselowski

  1. Lap 40 -- YELLOW FLAG NO. 3: Carl Edwards gets tapped by Brad Keselowski on the restart sending Edwards up the track and into Joey Logano.
  2. Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards get into a little shuffle because of what happened earlier in the race. (Web site)
  3. Carl Edwards will keep the points lead by 41 points over Brad Keselowski. (Web site)

Carl Rogers

  1. In 1946, he left for Ohio State University, the year after Carl Rogers left, and became the director of its clinical program. (Web site)
  2. Carl Rogers was born January 8, 1902 in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, the fourth of six children.
  3. His graduate studies focused on the psychology of stories, and included work with Viktor Frankl, Rollo May, Abraham Maslow, and Carl Rogers.

Carl Fontana

  1. Includes photographs, biography, trombone history and education, tributes to Carl Fontana, J.J. Johnson, and Frank Rosolino, and contact information. (Web site)
  2. He lives in California and has played bass with such jazz greats as Billy Eckstine, Terry Gibbs, and Carl Fontana.
  3. These guys were right and Bobby Shew and Carl Fontana together make a perfect blend. (Web site)

Clint Bowyer

  1. Clint Bowyer dominated early in the race but Carl Edwards captured the victory. (Web site)
  2. I do like Clint Bowyer a lot, but I think the man from Missouri, Carl Edwards, will take the cup away from Jimmie Johnson this season.
  3. The top four on the Nationwide starting grid ran the Cup race - pole sitter Joey Logano, Clint Bowyer, Busch and Carl Edwards.

Carl Edwards Rounded

  1. Kurt Busch, Denny Hamlin, Jeff Gordon and Carl Edwards rounded out the top five at the 1.5-mile superspeedway.
  2. Clint Bowyer was second at Lowe's, while Kyle Busch, Jeff Burton, and Carl Edwards rounded out the day's Top 5 drivers.
  3. Carl Edwards rounded out the top-10 after overcoming an early race pit road speeding penalty to also move up one spot in the standings, to 10th.


  1. Kevin Harvick, Carl Edwards, Jeff Burton & David Reutimann arrived late from Pocono had had to start from the rear of the field. (Web site)
  2. Back in June, hopes for the Hanover Township team [PA] were dashed when driver Carl Long wrecked in practice for the Pocono 500. (Web site)

Teammate Carl Edwards

  1. Kenseth had a strong run at Talladega until teammate Carl Edwards triggered a 12-car accident that collected Kenseth. (Web site)
  2. Kenseth held off a charge from teammate Carl Edwards to finish second.
  3. As a result, Roush Racing focused more on teammate Carl Edwards, and he had a pair of top fives and a fifteenth-place point result.

Carl Flesch

  1. Carl Flesch (October 9, 1873 – November 14, 1944) was a violinist and teacher. (Web site)
  2. A pupil of Carl Flesch, Holding was best known as the 2nd, then later 1st violinist of the old Philharmonic String Quartet.


  1. Things were naturally different when Carl Stone started out using composers on stage in the mid 80s.

Carl Maria Von Weber

  1. The first wave of these composers is generally regarded to be Ludwig Spohr, ETA Hoffman, Carl Maria von Weber and Franz Schubert. (Web site)
  2. Carl Maria von Weber was a contemporary of Beethoven.

Carl Fogarty

  1. In 2002 he joined Carl Fogarty 's Foggy Petronas in WSBK, developing the bike for a year before an unsuccessful year racing it in 2003.
  2. In 2002 he joined Carl Fogarty 's Foggy Petronas team, and spent the year developing the bike before racing it in 2003 and 2004.
  3. By the end of 2009, the Japanese rider had accumulated a career total of 106 podium finishes, beaten only by Carl Fogarty (109) and Troy Corser on 128.

Saul Steinberg

  1. In the 1980s, he was a limited partner of money managers like Carl C. Icahn, Saul Steinberg and John A. Mulheren Jr.

Carl Icahn

  1. By the mid-1980s Goldsmith had joined the ranks of the renowned American corporate raiders T. Boone Pickens, Carl Icahn, Saul Steinberg, and Irwin Jacobs. (Web site)
  2. Carl Icahn is a bad boy that won't play nice with others.
  3. Carl Icahn holds a 14% stake in ImClone; and over the past few months, rumors have crept up once again that Icahn is interested in brokering a merger deal. (Web site)

Carl Palmer

  1. Thus far, Carl Palmer has been touring for over a year with this line up, and will continue to do so during the spring and early summer of this year.

Busch Series Schedule

  1. Carl pulled double duty in 2007, taking on the full Cup Series and Busch Series schedule.

Carl Long

  1. Full-time Ride for Carl Long?: Carl Long is in the process of working out a deal to run the full NASCAR Busch Series schedule in 2006.
  2. Carl Long will attempt his second race in the #68, the car he will drive full time in 2011.
  3. He also fielded cars for Carl Long and Andy Belmont as well that season.

June Carter

  1. Yes, Carl was married to June Carter, better remembered as the wife of Johnny Cash, for a time. (Web site)

Carl Smith

  1. Carlene is the daughter of Carl Smith and June Carter, her stepfather is Johnny Cash, her stepmother is Goldie Hill.
  2. Carlene is the daughter of June Carter and Carl Smith, who divorced when their daughter was just two.
  3. Carl Smith and Floyd Cramer will be the next Inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame, later this year in Nashville.

Carl Orff

  1. Die Kluge (The Wise Woman), a German fairy tale opera by Carl Orff: opera plot synopsis, character description, and other Carl Orff opera information.
  2. Composers as diverse as Carl Orff and Elisabeth Lutyens have made orchestral arrangements of it. (Web site)

Ben Johnson

  1. Anyway we'll speak about Ben Johnson who most people consider the greatest contender of Carl.

Carl Lewis

  1. Athlete of the Century During his career as an Olympic athlete, Carl Lewis was part of five American Olympic Teams, winning 10 medals, nine of them gold.
  2. In 1985, after seven consecutive losses, Johnson finally beat Carl Lewis. (Web site)
  3. In the final, Joe DeLoach and Carl Lewis finished 1-2, but Martin got the last Olympics berth, this time lunging at the finish.

Carl Reiner

  1. In 1979, Martin co-wrote and starred in his first full-length movie, The Jerk, directed by Carl Reiner. (Web site)
  2. From her mission came stories and anecdotes only a Carl Reiner could write. (Web site)


  1. Carl Reiner (March 20, 1922[1]) is an American actor, film director, producer, writer and comedian.
  2. Carl Cox has excelled as a producer, artist, remixer, radio DJ, businessman, and ambassador for dance music. (Web site)
  3. Carl Allen: drummer, composer, producer, and educator.


  1. The result may be that the amount of qualifying practice that’s done Friday will be less for Carl than his focus on race setup. (Web site)
  2. Jack Roush addressed the incident between Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth in the garage area at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Friday before practice.
  3. On Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Kenseth spoke publicly for the first time since his post-race incident with Carl Edwards at Martinsville.


  1. Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth, Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart, who all decided on two tires, were at the front when the race resumed with a double-file restart.
  2. Lap 9: There's a four-car breakaway up front - Carl Edwards, Harvick, Stewart and Johnson. (Web site)
  3. Brad Keselowski pushed Carl Edwards to the front in the final four laps, then dove inside for the victory as Edwards spun trying to block and was flipped. (Web site)


  1. Failed to make race as qualifying was canceled due to rain: Tony Raines (#34) and Carl Long (#46).
  2. Carl said his car will be in race trim for Saturdays practice due to the chance of rain.
  3. Carl Edwards was on the track when the rain started and will roll off 26th.


  1. In the other news, Kurt Busch wins the spring Atlanta race, taking advantage of the wreck caused by Carl and Brad and holding off Matt Kenseth for the win.
  2. Lap 320 -- Jimmie Johnson still leads, holding off Carl Edwards after he got loose high on the track and scuffed the tires. (Web site)
  3. LAS VEGAS - Carl Edwards raced to his second win in six days, holding off Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Web site)


  1. Carl Schachter is a Professor at Queens College and at the Mannes School of Music and is the author of many essays on music theory. (Web site)
  2. From 1892 until 1900, he was a professor at the Paris Conservatory, where his students included Carl Flesch, Jacques Thibaud, and George Enescu.
  3. In 1831, on the recommendation of Carl Friedrich Gauss, he was called to Göttingen as professor of physics, although but twenty-seven years of age.


  1. The ride, tentively titled “Ride with Carl for Sam” will take place on August 26 at Carl Edwards' hometown of Columbia, Wisconsin. (Web site)
  2. It remained their biggest hit; Carl Smith also cut a version for Columbia, making it a bigger hit. (Web site)

Carl Laemmle

  1. Carl Laemmle, a film exhibitor turned producer, formed the company in 1912.


  1. The founder of Universal, Carl Laemmle, was a German Jewish immigrant who settled in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where he managed a clothing store.
  2. Carl Kellner (Renatus, 1 September 1851 - June 7, 1905) was a wealthy paper chemist and founder of the Ordo Templi Orientis.
  3. Carl Jung was an influential Swiss psychologist and founder of analytical psychology.

Carl Barks

  1. He produced The Duck Man, a feature-length documentary on Carl Barks, and was an editor of the Carl Barks Library.
  2. Carl Barks passed away in August 25, 2000, at the age of 99.
  3. It's Dark Horse's second series of Syroco-style statues based on artwork by Carl Barks, following six others that were released last year.


  1. After the 60's, American artists of Disney comics, such as Carl Barks and Floyd Gottfredson did not produce as many stories as in the past. (Web site)
  2. Carl Barks and Don Rosa are some of the few artists who have their name written on the covers of Disney magazines when their stories are published. (Web site)
  3. No man I have ever heard puts as much heart and soul in his recitations and stories about life as Carl Perkins does.

Mark Martin

  1. I was shocked when Mark Martin ran into the back of Carl Edwards with just a few laps to go.
  2. Mark Martin and Carl Edwards rounded out the top-twelve, and is currently in the Chase.
  3. Other notables: Kurt Busch was 11th, Jeff Gordon was 12th, Carl Edwards was 20th, Denny Hamlin was 29th and Mark Martin was 30th.


  1. Lap 107, Carl Edwards and Mark Martin fight for the twevelth spot; Martin took twelfth from Edwards on the next two laps.
  2. Denny Hamlin, who pitted late in the race, finished third, followed by Carl Edwards, Martin, Jeff Burton and Earnhardt. (Web site)
  3. A wreck in the first corner, however, damaged eight cars and eliminated Martin, McMurray, David Reutimann, Jeff Gordon and Carl Edwards.


  1. Greg Biffle returns to the point by winning the race off pit road, followed by Jimmie Johnson, Mark Martin, Carl Edwards and Joe Nemechek. (Web site)
  2. Carl Edwards also moved into the All-Star race by winning the fan vote.
  3. Today it was older brother Kurt Bush who was the dominant of the Bush brothers by winning the Atlanta Sprint Car race ahead of Jeff Gordon and Carl Edwards. (Web site)


  1. Carl von Ossietzky (1889-1938) German journalist and pacifist, winner of the Nobel Prize for Peace for 1935.
  2. Tony Stewart was the winner while Carl Edwards finished third behind Ambrose, Kyle Busch was fourth and Greg Biffle rounded out the top-five. (Web site)
  3. Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth, and David Ragan all have the look of a winner based on their Saturday performance. (Web site)


  1. Johnson increased his lead to 3 seconds over Gordon as Carl Edwards moved into the 6th position after having the penalty that put him into 27th earlier.
  2. He moved back to 10th, but with eight races until the Richmond cut, Gordon is fighting off Greg Biffle, Denny Hamlin, Kurt Busch and Carl Edwards.
  3. Gordon was battling Carl Edwards for the lead when Edwards bumped him and Gordon went spinning into the grass. (Web site)

Crew Chief

  1. Bob Osborne, who had been crew chief for Carl Edwards, moved to head the crew for McMurray.
  2. NASCAR threw Carl a bone, saying he didn’t have to pay the fine, which was assessed to his crew chief Charles Swing, if the crew chief couldn’t pay it. (Web site)
  3. With his work as an engineer and crew chief at Roush Racing, Osborne continues to make history with drivers such as Carl Edwards. (Web site)


  1. Lap 204 -- Carl Edwards lost two spots on the restart as Clint Bowyer and Kevin Harvick both pass him.
  2. This team not only needed the extra cash from moving up a few spots, they really needed the extra seat time for Carl.
  3. Carl Edwards and David Ragan assumed the top two spots by staying out, but their stay in front didn't last long. (Web site)


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