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- Kellogg, a former standout at Ohio State, has been a game and studio analyst for CBS for 16 years.
- Kellogg was voted the "Best Business School" for six years in Business Week's survey of U.S. business schools.
- Kellogg is consistently ranked among the top five business schools in the world.
- Frank B. Kellogg, the US Secretary of State, responded with a proposal for a general pact against war.
- Paul Kellogg is a writer and editor specializing in political economy.
- They are frequently referred to as " poptarts ", a genericized trademark of Kellogg 's original name brand Pop-Tarts .
- Business Results at Kellogg Company: A 5 page paper discussing the business results of Kelloggs fiscal year 1996.
- Billy Packer packs CBS bag, makes way for Kellogg - Sports stories from Newsday Here is my Tuesday newspaper column on Billy Packer.
- CBS' Final Four coverage will have a different look and sound Saturday as TNT's Steve Kerr joins Jim Nantz and Clark Kellogg at courtside.
- I had missed fertile contact with Birkhoff, Kellogg, and Morse, all three at Harvard and leaders in their fields.
- Spencer Kellogg Brown, George Curtis, and Philip Henson were just three of many male spies for the Union.
- In addition to the two races as primary sponsor, Kellogg Company will become an associate sponsor of the No.
- Its association with the Kellogg School of Management, The Wharton School, and London Business School make it one of its kind in Asia.
- The Bureau was then abolished and Kellogg became head of the USDA soil survey program.
- Charles Kellogg, a professor of soil science at North Dakota State University, became the new Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry and Soils.
- Frank Kellogg won the Nobel Peace Prize the year after the Kellogg-Briand Pact, banning war, was signed.
- The MBA programs (part time and full time) include a 2 weeks module at Northwestern University 's Kellogg School of Business in Chicago.
- In addition to proper nutrition, Dr. Kellogg was a huge proponent of the enema in the treatment of many diseases.
- Camerer worked at Kellogg, Wharton, and the University of Chicago business schools before moving to Caltech in 1994.
- Kellogg offers five doctoral programs through The Graduate School:.
- During the early 1900s, Theodore Roosevelt appointed Kellogg as a prosecutor in the Justice Department.
- Hunt also competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in mixed doubles with Donna Kellogg, and they were beaten in the round of 32.
- Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg (pictured left) are into the mixed doubles final.
- Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg took the title, after beating 2004 Olympic Silver Medalists Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms in a truly energetic final.
- Iain Sydie and Denyse Julien are ranked at number 11 in mixed doubles while invitees Hunt and Kellogg of England are at number ten.
- Donna Kellogg (pictured) of England saw yellow for shuttle abuse, namely screwing up the shuttle without permission.
- Kellogg College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England.
- Frank Kellogg, Secretary of State - 1929 Skip navigation and go directly to the page content.
- Not only that, but the commentators, as well as Gumbel, Kellogg, and the PA announcer, will actually say the names.
- And a design feature "affecting the cost or quality of an article" is one which permits the article to be manufactured at a lower cost, e.g., Kellogg Co.
- Advertising spokespersons have also became part of some brands, for example: Mr. Whipple of Charmin toilet tissue and Tony the Tiger of Kellogg 's.
- Clark Kellogg: Was once the best analyst in the game, but seems to rely on the same tricks he used five or 10 years ago.
- In September he formed an opera company that featured Clara Louise Kellogg and Jennie Van Zandt; it toured successfully for a few years.
- I have to pay up the deposit at ISB by Feb 27 and I still wouldn't have heard back from Chicago(after interviewing) or Kellogg and Cornell(wait lists).
- So says Kellogg in not pursuing a new contract with Michael Phelps as a corn flakes spokesman after a photo showed him apparently smoking a marijuana pipe.
- Kellogg had contracts with Phelps and other Olympic athletes to support its association with the U.S. Olympic team.
- It was named after the American secretary of state Frank B. Kellogg and French foreign minister Aristide Briand, who drafted the pact.
- When Baker returned, he informed Kellogg of Price's finding that Eskimos ate raw meat almost exclusively (eskimo literally means "raw meat eater").
- Though originally trademarked to Kellogg, the term corn flakes eventually entered the vernacular as a generic term for any cereal of this type.
- The cereal prepared with added vitamins was analyzed at the headquarters of the Kellogg Company (Battle Creek, MI) to verify content.
- But as you have most certainly heard by now, Billy Packer is out at CBS after calling 34 consecutive Final Fours, to be replaced by Clark Kellogg.
- Clark Kellogg - CBS really took a hit with the quality of analysis in this year's Final Four.
- On Monday, CBS announced that Clark Kellogg would replace Packer after 27 years as the network's lead college basketball analyst.
- CBS has decided to replace Packer, 68, with studio analyst Clark Kellogg on its lead announcing team.
- Kellogg reached the mixed doubles final at the 2006 IBF World Championships with Anthony Clark, losing in the final against Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson.
- USA Swimming suspended Phelps for three months in the wake of the photo, and Kellogg Co.
- CBS believed the time was right for a change and that Kellogg deserved a chance to work with Jim Nantz on the lead team.
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