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MANAGER
INFLUENCE
WORDS
BACK
WILLIAM
VITAMIN
INDIANAPOLIS
NASHVILLE
TAIPING
OTIS REDDING
COMMON SURNAME
SEVENTEEN CARR
PETER CARR
EDIE PARKER
KANNIK
ROOSEVELT JAMISON
GREEN PARTY LEADER ADRIANE CARR
MYSTERY WRITER JOHN DICKSON CARR
SAM CARR
GRESHAM CARR
ROBERT CARR
BRENDAN CARR
GOLDWAX
COLIN CARR
DAVID CARR
JOHN CARR
ALLEN CARR
ERIC CARR
VIKKI CARR
CHRIS CARR
HELENA CARR
LEROY CARR
IAN CARR
WINNING
THREE
SONGWRITER
SINGER
GUITARIST
COLLEGE
COLUMBIA
HUSBAND
EDITOR
MURDER
NOVEMBER
YORK
PIANO
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Definitions

  1. Carr is the daughter of Cheryl-Anne Carr, who has campaigned as a candidate of the Communist Party of Canada - Manitoba on two occasions.
  2. Carr was a master of the locked room mystery, in which a detective solves apparently impossible crimes. (Web site)
  3. Carr is the deputy leader of the Green Party.
  4. Carr is a nationally recognized landscape architecture historian and preservationist specializing in the public landscape of the United States.
  5. Carr was a student at Columbia (where he became friends with Allen Ginsberg) who had aspirations to be a writer.

Manager

  1. Hornsby became manager of the group's Capricorn Sound studios while Carr enjoyed a lucrative session career.

Influence

  1. E.H. Carr also supported this view, which relies on a rather too strict separation between the influence of Lenin and of Stalin. (Web site)

Words

  1. The Politburo, in the words of E.H. Carr, " carried the firm rejection of western bourgeosie and western democracy ". (Web site)
  2. By the second verse, the hum has assumed more definite characteristics and by the next chorus, James Carr is belting out the words. (Web site)

Back

  1. I'll look at the newspaper on the counter and the headline will read, JAMES CARR IS BACK. People will know. (Web site)

William

  1. Stout's fiction has been much praised by top critics of the 1940's (Ellery Queen, John Dickson Carr), and the 90's (Jon L. Breen, William L. DeAndrea).

Vitamin

  1. Similar to the situation with vitamin E, the evidence linking cardiovascular disease and vitamin C is inconsistent, as reviewed by Carr and Frei. (Web site)
  2. In the pancreas cancer study, Dr. Carr and his colleagues tested each K vitamin in combination with sorafenib in pancreatic cell lines. (Web site)

Indianapolis

  1. Carr wandered back toward Indianapolis, where he met guitarist Scrapper Blackwell in 1928. (Web site)

Nashville

  1. Denny Purcell, a top mastering engineer in Nashville, ran the test for Carr and it all worked fine.

Taiping

  1. Chinese troops, both Taiping and Imperial, “had a lingering faith…in the intimidating power of noise”. (Carr, 165). (Web site)

Otis Redding

  1. Carr finally hit in 1966 with the country-soul ballad "You Got My Mind Messed Up," a Top Ten R&B hit that earned him comparisons to Otis Redding. (Web site)

Common Surname

  1. Carr is also a common surname in Ireland, where it often derives from the nickname, gearr, meaning short (of height).

Seventeen Carr

  1. At the age of seventeen Carr started to teach himself trumpet.

Peter Carr

  1. Peter Carr recommends accentuating the positive and making the most of life as an independent scholar.

Edie Parker

  1. Edie Parker, another member of the crowd, introduced Carr to her boyfriend Jack Kerouac once he came back from his stint as a merchant marine.

Kannik

  1. Evans (1959), Carr (1961), Kannik (1959) all imply this flag was in use since 1948. (Web site)

Roosevelt Jamison

  1. In 1977, Carr released one single on the small River City label, which was run by Roosevelt Jamison. (Web site)

Green Party Leader Adriane Carr

  1. Evans finished in fourth place with 2.19% of the vote -- behind Green Party Leader Adriane Carr, and ahead of Reform BC President Shirley Abraham.

Mystery Writer John Dickson Carr

  1. Mystery writer John Dickson Carr termed it "the grandest game in the world".
  2. This week, a look at the detective Dr. Gideon Fell created by mystery writer John Dickson Carr.

Sam Carr

  1. His big break came when he sat in with bluesmen Frank Frost and Sam Carr at the Savoy Theatre in Clarksdale.
  2. Sam Carr and Frank Frost, T-Model's old friends, were brought in for one session.

Gresham Carr

  1. Gresham Carr describes the turtle as being in natural colours, but BR20 (1955) and Kannik depict the creature in black and white.

Robert Carr

  1. It cannot have been difficult to secure James's compliance, because he disliked Sir Thomas Overbury and his influence over Robert Carr.

Brendan Carr

  1. Brendan Carr, the Labour Deputy-Lord Mayor of Dublin warned that if racism continued to spread in Dublin, the situation would get as bad as in Nazi Germany. (Web site)

Goldwax

  1. Goldwax signed O.V. Wright and James Carr, who went on to make several records that are considered essentials of the genre.

Colin Carr

  1. His students include Colin Carr and Jacqueline du Pré, among many others.

David Carr

  1. The 49ers look to continue the progress of Alex Smith, but they signed David Carr to backup him up so if Smith screws up, you may see Carr.
  2. Domanick Davis is a good running back, and David Carr isn't the problem.
  3. Several years ago, I sat down to dinner with David Carr, who is the Legal Affairs Spokesman for the Libertarian Alliance.

John Carr

  1. After his death, John Carr and Roland Green wrote a sequel, Great King's War, that Ace inexplicably let go out of print.

Allen Carr

  1. References ^ a b " Allen Carr dies from lung cancer ", BBC (29 November 2006).

Eric Carr

  1. Caravello was re-christened Eric Carr, and after a failed attempt at being a hawk, Carr assumed the identity of a fox. (Web site)
  2. After joining the band, he changed his name to Eric Carr, and adopted the persona of "The Fox", with his makeup design reflecting the character.

Vikki Carr

  1. With the release of her 1980 album, Vikki Carr y el Amor, Carr gained enormous success in the Latin music world. (Web site)

Chris Carr

  1. However, the record was broken on September, 5, 2006 by Chris Carr.

Helena Carr

  1. Helena Carr (born September 1946) is an Australian businesswoman and the wife of former premier of the Australian state of New South Wales, Bob Carr. (Web site)
  2. FORTY years ago Helena Carr arrived in Australia to attend Our Lady of Mercy College at Parramatta from her home in Taiping, Malaysia. (Web site)

Leroy Carr

  1. Urban male performers included some of the most popular black musicians of the era, such Tampa Red, Big Bill Broonzy and Leroy Carr.
  2. Initially, he travelled only as far as Indianapolis, where he joined with musicians who had been associates of Leroy Carr. (Web site)
  3. Born in Nashville, TN (where Leroy Carr also came from), his recordings are very 'urban' when it comes to their themes.

Ian Carr

  1. Ian Carr & his band "Nucleus" are seen during a two day workshop with young musicians.

Winning

  1. Carr made it a sweep by also winning the 10 lap heat race for the division.
  2. Brar beat a locally popular BC Liberal candidate and Adriane Carr, the BC Green Party's leader, winning an absolute majority of the vote. (Web site)

Three

  1. Along with Agatha Christie and John Dickson Carr, he was one of the three major writers of the puzzle plot detective story.

Songwriter

  1. It was during this time that he was discovered (along with James Carr) by Roosevelt Jamison a songwriter and manager.

Singer

  1. Singer would eventually replace Carr permanently.
  2. Ray Wilson, lead singer of Stiltskin and later Genesis was born in Dumfries as were fellow musicians Geoffrey Kelly and Ian Carr. (Web site)
  3. Leroy Carr, the first blues pianist of note, as well as a singer, went on to become the leading blues artist up through the early 1930s. (Web site)

Guitarist

  1. Recorded at Wishbone Studio in Muscle Shoals, Carr acted as songwriter, lead guitarist, arranger, and producer.
  2. For the guitarist, see Ian Carr (guitarist).

College

  1. The college moved to Durham in 1892 with financial assistance from Washington Duke and the donation of land by Julian S. Carr.

Columbia

  1. At Columbia, Carr met the freshman Allen Ginsberg, whom he introduced to Burroughs and Kammerer.

Husband

  1. Carr knew Escovedo’s work because her husband, music journalist Dave Marsh, is a fan.
  2. Helena Carr kept a low political profile with the exception of the 2003 state election where she appeared in advertisements for her husband.

Editor

  1. The Terry Carr Collection was the personal fanzine collection of noted editor, author and fan Terry Carr.

Murder

  1. On April 28, 1994, Carr was sentenced to death for the murder. (Web site)

November

  1. Carr filed a petition for writ of certiorari in the United States Supreme Court on November 1, 2004. (Web site)
  2. On November 24 1991, Eric Carr died at the age of 41.

York

  1. New York, NY (BlackNews.com) - Internationally renowned and celebrated, Kurt Carr is one of the brightest jewels in the crown of Gospel music.

Piano

  1. And Leroy Carr led that revolution, smooth voice, piano, fine suits and all. (Web site)

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