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- Dawson is a relatively young formation that lies in the midst of a field of ancient, heavily eroded craters.
- Dawson is a frequent seminar presenter for clients and professional associations.
- Dawson is a township located in Rainy River District in northwestern Ontario, Canada.
- Dawson is a lunar impact crater that lies on the southern hemisphere on the far side of the Moon.
- Dawson is a city in Terrell County, in the Albany metro area.
- In an essay reprinted in The Panda's Thumb, Stephen Jay Gould argues the case for a conspiracy by Teilhard de Chardin and Dawson.
- At the end of their ninth grade, after a years worth of every day pestering by Barakat, drummer Rian Dawson was convinced to jam with the band.
- Dawson had previously been a works manager at Hillman.
- Dawson Car Company was created in June 1918 by AJ Dawson, previously works manager at Hillman.
- Dawson had a team-high four goals for the Jax while teammate Derek Malawsky tallied a game-high seven assists.
- In the Dawson version from 1976-85, Family Feud was originally taped at the Vine Street Theater, and later at the ABC Television Center in Los Angeles.
- Dawson, S.M., Read, A. and Slooten, E. 1998. Pingers, porpoises and power: Uncertainties with using pingers to reduce bycatch of small cetaceans.
- Tony Williams: "Alan Dawson was one of the best drummers in the world.
- Baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan joined a newly formed Dave Brubeck Trio (with Jack Six, bass and Alan Dawson, drums) the following year.
- Simon James Dawson (June 13, 1818 – October 30, 1902) was a Canadian civil engineer and politician.
- Dawson looks forward to being reunited with Brodie Merrill, the star Portland defenceman from Orangeville, Ont.
- One player who was really looking forward to compete in this game was Dawson, who had spent 4 years as a backup in the NFL before joining the Chiefs.
- William James Dawson (1854- 1928) was an English clergyman, author, and the father of Coningsby Dawson.
- June 13 - Yukon Territory is formed, with Dawson chosen as its capital.
- The capital, Whitehorse, is also the largest city with more than two thirds of the population; the second largest is Dawson City, (pop.
- By 1957, the group was called the Matadors and included cousins Emerson and Bobby Rogers in place of Dawson and Grice.
- John M. Dawson is a successful farmer living on section 14, Colfax township.
- The closest federal Service Canada office is in Dawson Creek, and Hill's constituency office is in Fort St. John.
- John also put me on gigs with Ray Bryant, Helen Humes, Alan Dawson (Count Basie sat in) and George Shering as well as others.
- Dawson formed a quartet with James Williams, Bill Pierce and Richard Reid, and established a more staid and relaxed lifestyle.
- In 1968, he formed a new quartet that included the more swinging Gerry Mulligan in place of the retiring Paul Desmond as well as Alan Dawson and Jack Six.
- The Dawson crater is a relatively young formation that lies in the midst of a field of ancient, heavily eroded craters.
- In 2005, Dawson finished 7th in the NLL with 84 points and 2nd in goals with 48.
- Dan Dawson scored 7 goals and added 5 assists for a total of 12 points, all team playoff records.
- With Conference behind us, and with our sad final Sunday in Dawson over, we are focusing on our new appointment at Jefferson United Methodist Church.
- Thinking Canadians will view the appointment of Dennis Dawson and Larry Campbell as provocations.
- That becomes especially clear when Dawson is immediately attracted to Capeside, Massachusetts's sexy new arrival, Jen (Michelle Williams).
- Sir William Dawson was active in the Society from the time of his arrival in Montréal in 1855.
- Mikko Ronkainen of Finland and Toby Dawson of the United States won silver and bronze, respectively.
- He studied at the Berklee College of Music and was a student of Alan Dawson.
- By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater mid-point that is closest to Dawson.
- By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater mid-point that is closest to Dawson crater.
- According to a professor of religious studies at Dawson College in Quebec, Susan J. Palmer, the word guru has acquired very negative connotations in France.
- Dawson took the flag to England and France, and carried it during the retreat from Mons.
- When Colin Dawson left The Detours and Roger Daltrey took over lead vocals, Daltrey struggled to find a voice to present the new music flooding into England.
- After a row with Northcliffe, Dawson resigned as editor of The Times in 1919.
- Davey, Bowering and Wah left Vancouver, and David Dawson remained as editor for five issues, published between August 1963 and June 1964.
- Dawson, 26, captured his first world title on February 3, 2007 by dethroning previously undefeated WBC light heavyweight champion Tomasz Adamek.
- At age 24, Chad Dawson won the WBC light heavyweight title against undefeated Pole Tomasz Adamek on February 3, 2007.
- Alan Dawson was a legendary drummer and educator.
- Following is a q&a with Dawson who brings delicious humor along with an enticing, sexy allure to her portrayal of the Greek goddess Persephone.
- Trent Dawson was nominated for an Emmy in 2006 for his portrayal of Henry Coleman.
- It is a continuation northward of the Castlereagh Highway from the town of St George to the township of Rolleston on the Dawson Highway.
- Michael Dawson (Lost), a character from the tv show Lost Dawson is the name of a character in Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.
- Brodie Merrill is a good friend of mine," says Dawson.
- Adamek knocked Dawson down late in the fight but could not knock him out, and was already too far behind on points to get the decision.
- Dan Dawson scored eight points in the win on four goals and four assists.
- Dawson would go on to teach many players who would have a significant impact, including, most notably, Tony Williams.
- Dawson, Ltd - UK. Circular and sliver knit, artificial fur and fleece fabrics for fashion, sports and workwear, and home furnishings.
- Born in Odon, Indiana, Dawson competed in the Indianapolis 500 race three times, beginning in 1911 when he drove a Marmon to a fifth place finish.
- The son of educators, Dawson spent his early life in Indiana.
- Brother Jared J. Dawson was born and raised in Merrillville, Indiana and currently, he is a student at Indiana University of Bloomington.
- These films are now housed at the Library of Congress. The Town of the City of Dawson or Dawson City is a town in the Yukon Territory, Canada.
- True anthropology began with a Government department: the Geological Survey of Canada, and George Mercer Dawson (director in 1895).
- The City of Dawson Creek is a small city in north-eastern British Columbia, Canada.
- Dawson agreed to return for the upcoming seventh season of the syndicated series and made his return to Family Feud on September 12, 1994.
- Family Feud premiered on ABC's daytime lineup on July 12, 1976 at 1:30 PM Eastern, with Dawson as host and Gene Wood as announcer.
- He accepted and on September 12, 1994, a noticeably older, heavier and grayer Dawson returned to Family Feud for its final season premiere.
- Louie Anderson wanted to bring Richard Dawson on his first show for his "blessing" and to have sort of a "passing of the torch" but Dawson declined.
- Family Feud premiered as an ABC daytime show on July 12, 1976, with Richard Dawson as host.
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- Joy Dawson is a New Zealand missionary and intercessor who has been teaching the Bible internationally since 1970.
- Dan Dawson is a Ph.D. student in the School of Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma.
- Dennis Dawson first studied political science at Laval University and the University of Ottawa where he received a Bachelor’s degree.
- Alan Dawson (14 July 1929 - 23 February 1996) was a respected jazz drummer and widely influential percussion teacher based in Boston.
- The Jax lost Dan Dawson to Boston, and with all due respect to Brodie Merrill, he was their franchise player.
- She spent three semesters at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts and also studied with legendary teacher Alan Dawson.
- Dawson returned to Nova Scotia in 1842, accompanying Sir Charles Lyell on his first visit to that territory.
- In the early '50s, Dawson freelanced around Boston and worked steadily with the band of drummer Sabby Lewis.
- Al Dawson explains, "We are proud to be working with Adema, a band whose musicianship and professionalism are both world-class.
- Other members of this version of the band include Steve Hutchinson, Steve Dawson and Martin Bland.
- In Torino, Dawson won bronze in men's moguls, and was eventually reunited with his biological father nearly a year after his medal at the 2006 Games.
- Within a half a year, Dawson and Grice had been replaced by cousins Emerson and Bobby Rogers, and the group's name had been changed to The Matadors.
- By the end of the year, Townshend had joined as a rhythm guitarist, and in 1963, Daltrey became the group's lead vocalist once Colin Dawson left the band.
- Pitt, J, Williams, S, Dawson, PM. Reasons for failure of glyceryl trinitrate treatment of chronic fissure-in-ano: A multivariate analysis.
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