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- Curtis is the wife of Mike Curtis, creator of Shanda the Panda.
- Curtis was a close ally of both Barry Goldwater and Richard Nixon.
- Curtis was a lifelong friend of the Irish entomologist Alexander Henry Haliday and of the London entomologist Francis Walker.
- Curtis was subsequently cast in several horror films, which led to her association with the horror genre, garnering her the title of a "scream queen".
- Curtis was nearly sixty years old, and age had taken a toll on his desire for combat; however, thanks to his aggressive subordinate Gen.
- It was first recognised as a planetary nebula in 1918 by the astronomer Heber Doust Curtis.
- Curtis produced 2002's MINORITY REPORT, continuing a long business relationship with filmmaker Steven Spielberg.
- George William Curtis, who was editor from 1863 until his death in 1892, was its most important editorial writer.
- Dr. Charles Goddard Weld purchased 110 prints that Curtis had made for his 1905-1906 exhibit and donated them to the Peabody Essex Museum, where they remain.
- He would return to Juilliard to teach, moving on to the Manhattan School of Music and the Curtis Institute of Music.
- In addition to the music, there will be a raffle and auction with all proceeds going to the Curtis Salgado Fund.
- Producer BONNIE CURTIS continues a long business relationship with Steven Spielberg that began when she was hired as his assistant in 1990.
- Elton and Curtis were inspired to write Blackadder Goes Forth upon finding the First World War to be a particularly apt subject for a situation comedy.
- Goaltender Curtis Palidwor had 18 saves on the night and Nick Schroeder had 21.
- Curtis Myden of Canada was second with a time of 2:04.92.
- Curtis Myden of Canada won bronze in 4:15.33.
- Butler wanted Curtis to join him in a group called The Roosters, which consisted of Arthur and Richard Brooks, and Sam Gooden.
- A new full length biography of Spencer Tracy is currently being written by James Curtis, author of the acclaimed 2003 biography of W.C. Fields.
- Thanks to picking up wins against Nunzio, Chavo Guerrero and James Curtis throughout the last three weeks, the high-flying youngster is on a winning streak.
- Ms. Koh is a graduate of Oberlin College and an alumna of the Curtis Institute, where she worked extensively with Jaime Laredo and Felix Galimir.
- Smith, with the help of racing star Curtis Turner, opened Lowe’s Motor Speedway in 1960 and hosted the first World 600 that year.
- The only significant presence not around is Chicago's late, great Curtis Mayfield who composed all of the music.
- Curtis Hibbert (born September 2, 1966 in Jamaica) is a former world class Canadian gymnast.
- Curtis Hibbert, originally born in Jamaica in1966 before his family immigrated to Canada in 1972 started gymnastics at the age of nine.
- Curtis Cokes (born June 16, 1937) is a former boxer from Dallas, Texas.
- The task of devising an acceptable model of imperial federation fell to Lionel Curtis.
- From 1902 to 1925, Milner was leader, while Philip Kerr (Lord Lothian) and Lionel Curtis were probably the most important members.
- He attended the Curtis Institute of Music at 13 years of age, where he studied with David Soyer.
- No, I didn't do that until I studied with David Soyer at Curtis.
- In 1917, Heber Curtis had observed the nova S Andromedae within the Messier object M31. Searching the photographic record, he found 11 more novae.
- The telescope was installed in 1884, and was used by astronomers including Heber Curtis and Robert Aitken.
- Lindsley owned part interest in the studio when it was bought by Asahel Curtis in 1910.
- At the same time, Kennedy got into arguments with proponents of the air strikes, such as Air Force General Curtis LeMay.
- When Dan Curtis had the idea for Dark Shadows, he offered the job of producer to Art Wallace, who declined the job.
- Night of Dark Shadows is a 1971 horror film by Dan Curtis.
- Being well schooled in the blues at a time when Curtis Salgado and Robert Cray were starting out in Eugene, Mofessor joined up with Bill Rhoades.
- For one night only, Wynton Marsalis' Septet and Curtis Stigers will present each of their two distinct approaches to jazz.
- CURTIS Stigers began his career in the early 1990s as a sort of b-grade Michael Bolton.
- Curtis Stone is a master chef, author and host of TLC's hit series Take Home Chef.
- With me was Sonny Curtis, at that time the steel player for George Jones' Jones Boys.
- Sonny Curtis used to play fiddle in a country band with Buddy Holly, Bob Montgomery, Don Guess and I played drums in that band.
- Sonny Curtis (born May 9, 1937, in Meadow, Texas) is an American singer and songwriter.
- As New Order's star began to shine during the '80s, the group had trouble escaping the long shadow of Curtis and Joy Division.
- Curtis Jones is a fairly recent addition to the band and has the chops to fit right in.
- Curtis Amy (October 11, 1929 - June 5, 2002) was an American West Coast jazz musician known for his work on tenor saxophone.
- Gigs with Curtis Amy and Charles Lloyd and a band led by Al Grey and Billy Mitchell led him to New York’s Birdland in the early 1960s.
- Curtis Amy was of the same generation as Booker Ervin, David Fathead Newman, James Clay and Wilton Felder, but his time in the jazz spotlight was brief.
- Dr. Curtis Hutson was the editor and publisher from 1980 until his death in 1995.
- Curtis Hutson was editor of The Sword of the Lord from December 1980, after the death of John R. Rice, until his death in March of 1995.
- With the passing of Curtis Hutson, Smith became the editor of The Sword of the Lord in April 1995.
- Curtis Iaukea was a professional wrestler better known as King Curtis Iaukea.
- He frequently formed a tag team in Australia with King Curtis Iaukea.
- Kathleen Kennedy, Bonnie Curtis and Spielberg produce the film, a Stanley Kubrick Production, which will be distributed domestically by Warner Bros.
- Alan Curtis (July 24, 1909 - February 2, 1953) was an American film actor appearing in over 50 films.
- Riding on the hot goaltending of Curtis Joseph, the Oilers completed the upset on a breakaway by Todd Marchant in overtime.
- Curtis Joseph made 26 saves and the Phoenix Coyotes defeated Edmonton, 3-0, on the night the Oilers retired Mark Messier's No.
- Curtis, Catie - overview of Catie Curtis and her music, including good pictures and sound clips.
- She considers herself fortunate to have studied with well-known national artists including Catie Curtis, Paul Reisler, Bob Franke and Linda Waterfall.
- Catie Curtis delves into the world of pain, love, loss and even hope.
- Eiselstein is also a friend of Izumi Curtis.
- Jemmott began his professional career by age 12, and after switching to the electric bass, was discovered by saxophonist King Curtis in 1967.
- Over the next decades he freelanced in swing and blues venues and from 1957 to 1961 played rhythm and blues with the saxophonist King Curtis.
- SL: Chris Curtis, thanks very much for your time.
- JEFF: Originally, Deep Purple were called Roundabout and formed by Chris Curtis and Blackmore and Lords in that nucleus.
- Art Washington from the first match is best known as being part of a classic Ted Dibiase angle where Washington was hired by Dibiase to wrestle Chris Curtis.
- British Entomology is a classic work of entomology containing The author was John Curtis, F.L.S.
- Samantha Morton, Kiefer Sutherland and Cliff Curtis are to star in a film about the Maori land wars of the late 19th century.
- Curtis, 26, the youngest player in the field, had a two-stroke edge over Micheel at the start the final round.
- He shot 79 in the final round and tied Curtis Strange for 72nd.
- Also it doesn't hurt if Curtis Strange is a member here also.
- General Curtis LeMay, commander of XXI Bomber Command instead switched to mass firebombing attacks by night from low level.
- Jamie Lee Curtis (born November 22, 1958) is an American actress and author.
- Arnold said Jamie Lee Curtis, who starred alongside Schwarzenegger and Arnold in 1994's "True Lies," will also make a cameo in the film.
- The tailor also has a wife (Jamie Lee Curtis), who works for the Panamanian president and a huge debt.
- For all of its size, "Iron Eagle" says less about Curtis Lemay than you'd find in a few pages of William Anderson's memoir "To Fly and Fight".
- Even Curtis LeMay - the reckless advocate for nuclear war - was a neighbor and friend whom Carroll admired as a boy.
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* Air Force
* Chamber Music
* Close Friend
* Curtis Fuller
* Curtis Institute
* Curtis Mayfield
* Curtis Turner
* First Class
* Ian Curtis
* Jerry Butler
* Junior Johnson
* Kenai River
* King Curtis
* Philadelphia Orchestra
* Richard Curtis
* Rowan Atkinson
* Spiral Nebulae
* Tony Curtis
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