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- Carr is the daughter of Cheryl-Anne Carr, who has campaigned as a candidate of the Communist Party of Canada - Manitoba on two occasions.
- Carr was a master of the locked room mystery, in which a detective solves apparently impossible crimes.
- Carr is the deputy leader of the Green Party.
- Carr is a nationally recognized landscape architecture historian and preservationist specializing in the public landscape of the United States.
- Carr was a student at Columbia (where he became friends with Allen Ginsberg) who had aspirations to be a writer.
- Hornsby became manager of the group's Capricorn Sound studios while Carr enjoyed a lucrative session career.
- E.H. Carr also supported this view, which relies on a rather too strict separation between the influence of Lenin and of Stalin.
- The Politburo, in the words of E.H. Carr, " carried the firm rejection of western bourgeosie and western democracy ".
- By the second verse, the hum has assumed more definite characteristics and by the next chorus, James Carr is belting out the words.
- I'll look at the newspaper on the counter and the headline will read, JAMES CARR IS BACK. People will know.
- 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).
- Similar to the situation with vitamin E, the evidence linking cardiovascular disease and vitamin C is inconsistent, as reviewed by Carr and Frei.
- In the pancreas cancer study, Dr. Carr and his colleagues tested each K vitamin in combination with sorafenib in pancreatic cell lines.
- Carr wandered back toward Indianapolis, where he met guitarist Scrapper Blackwell in 1928.
- Denny Purcell, a top mastering engineer in Nashville, ran the test for Carr and it all worked fine.
- Chinese troops, both Taiping and Imperial, “had a lingering faith…in the intimidating power of noise”. (Carr, 165).
- 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.
- Carr is also a common surname in Ireland, where it often derives from the nickname, gearr, meaning short (of height).
- At the age of seventeen Carr started to teach himself trumpet.
- Peter Carr recommends accentuating the positive and making the most of life as an independent scholar.
- 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.
- Evans (1959), Carr (1961), Kannik (1959) all imply this flag was in use since 1948.
- In 1977, Carr released one single on the small River City label, which was run by Roosevelt Jamison.
- 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 termed it "the grandest game in the world".
- This week, a look at the detective Dr. Gideon Fell created by mystery writer John Dickson Carr.
- His big break came when he sat in with bluesmen Frank Frost and Sam Carr at the Savoy Theatre in Clarksdale.
- Sam Carr and Frank Frost, T-Model's old friends, were brought in for one session.
- Gresham Carr describes the turtle as being in natural colours, but BR20 (1955) and Kannik depict the creature in black and white.
- It cannot have been difficult to secure James's compliance, because he disliked Sir Thomas Overbury and his influence over Robert Carr.
- 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.
- Goldwax signed O.V. Wright and James Carr, who went on to make several records that are considered essentials of the genre.
- His students include Colin Carr and Jacqueline du Pré, among many others.
- 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.
- Domanick Davis is a good running back, and David Carr isn't the problem.
- Several years ago, I sat down to dinner with David Carr, who is the Legal Affairs Spokesman for the Libertarian Alliance.
- After his death, John Carr and Roland Green wrote a sequel, Great King's War, that Ace inexplicably let go out of print.
- References ^ a b " Allen Carr dies from lung cancer ", BBC (29 November 2006).
- Caravello was re-christened Eric Carr, and after a failed attempt at being a hawk, Carr assumed the identity of a fox.
- 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.
- With the release of her 1980 album, Vikki Carr y el Amor, Carr gained enormous success in the Latin music world.
- However, the record was broken on September, 5, 2006 by Chris Carr.
- 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.
- FORTY years ago Helena Carr arrived in Australia to attend Our Lady of Mercy College at Parramatta from her home in Taiping, Malaysia.
- Urban male performers included some of the most popular black musicians of the era, such Tampa Red, Big Bill Broonzy and Leroy Carr.
- Initially, he travelled only as far as Indianapolis, where he joined with musicians who had been associates of Leroy Carr.
- Born in Nashville, TN (where Leroy Carr also came from), his recordings are very 'urban' when it comes to their themes.
- Ian Carr & his band "Nucleus" are seen during a two day workshop with young musicians.
- Carr made it a sweep by also winning the 10 lap heat race for the division.
- Brar beat a locally popular BC Liberal candidate and Adriane Carr, the BC Green Party's leader, winning an absolute majority of the vote.
- Along with Agatha Christie and John Dickson Carr, he was one of the three major writers of the puzzle plot detective story.
- It was during this time that he was discovered (along with James Carr) by Roosevelt Jamison a songwriter and manager.
- Singer would eventually replace Carr permanently.
- Ray Wilson, lead singer of Stiltskin and later Genesis was born in Dumfries as were fellow musicians Geoffrey Kelly and Ian Carr.
- 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.
- Recorded at Wishbone Studio in Muscle Shoals, Carr acted as songwriter, lead guitarist, arranger, and producer.
- For the guitarist, see Ian Carr (guitarist).
- The college moved to Durham in 1892 with financial assistance from Washington Duke and the donation of land by Julian S. Carr.
- At Columbia, Carr met the freshman Allen Ginsberg, whom he introduced to Burroughs and Kammerer.
- Carr knew Escovedo’s work because her husband, music journalist Dave Marsh, is a fan.
- Helena Carr kept a low political profile with the exception of the 2003 state election where she appeared in advertisements for her husband.
- The Terry Carr Collection was the personal fanzine collection of noted editor, author and fan Terry Carr.
- On April 28, 1994, Carr was sentenced to death for the murder.
- Carr filed a petition for writ of certiorari in the United States Supreme Court on November 1, 2004.
- On November 24 1991, Eric Carr died at the age of 41.
- New York, NY (BlackNews.com) - Internationally renowned and celebrated, Kurt Carr is one of the brightest jewels in the crown of Gospel music.
- And Leroy Carr led that revolution, smooth voice, piano, fine suits and all.
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