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FASHION MODEL JASON SHAW
RECORD
GUITARIST TOMMY SHAW
BOB SHAW
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HANK SHAW
RYAN SHAW
JOINING ARTIE SHAW
BEN SHAW
DAVID SHAW
JOHN SHAW BILLINGS
TIM SHAW
ARTHUR SHREWSBURY
SHAW GM
MCCOY TYNER
ANNA HOWARD SHAW
CHARLES STEWART PARNELL
IRWIN SHAW
BANDLEADER ARTIE SHAW
SHAW BROTHERS STUDIOS
SHAW COMMUNICATIONS
SHAW FESTIVAL
TOMMY SHAW
BRIAN SHAW
DAVE SHAW
STEVEN SHAW
ALFRED SHAW
WILLIAM SHAW
WINNER WILBUR SHAW
GREAT ARTIE SHAW
SCOTT SHAW
ADRIAN SHAW
ACTRESS FIONA SHAW
GLENN MILLER
TIGER SHAW
TRUMPETER WOODY SHAW
MARLENA SHAW
CLARINETIST ARTIE SHAW
CLAY SHAW
PYGMALION
IAN SHAW
AGE
DICK JOHNSON
ARTIE SHAW BAND
BERNARD SHAW
GREG SHAW
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Definitions

  1. Shaw is a mutant with the unique ability to absorb kinetic energy to increase his strength, speed, and stamina to superhuman levels.
  2. Shaw is the only person ever to have won both a Nobel Prize (for Literature in 1925) and an Academy Award (Best Screenplay for Pygmalion in 1938).
  3. Shaw was the only daughter of the late Alvin Bennett, executive and eventually president of Liberty Records from the mid 1950s until 1973.
  4. Shaw was a technically brilliant clarinetist and worked freelance before leading his own groups. (Web site)
  5. Shaw was an incomparable clarinetist and musical experimenter, and the first track, "Nightmare" (the band's theme song) shows off both sides. (Web site)

Fashion Model Jason Shaw

  1. Hilton was engaged to fashion model Jason Shaw from mid-2002 to early 2003, and Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis, from May 29, 2005 to November 2005. (Web site)

Record

  1. Shaw, William, from Bexley, Kent, married Augusta WATT c1844 possibly in France as no record in England.

Guitarist Tommy Shaw

  1. After a frantic last-minute search, the band brought on guitarist Tommy Shaw as Curulewski's replacement. (Web site)

Bob Shaw

  1. For other people with the name Robert or Bob Shaw, see Robert Shaw.

Revered Figures

  1. He shows in it that even such revered figures in the history of socialism as G.B. Shaw and Beatrice Webb were vocally in favour of genocide.

Hank Shaw

  1. Here's a wonderful roasted bell pepper pasta sauce from the king of sauces himself, Hank Shaw. (Web site)

Ryan Shaw

  1. Ryan Shaw is a man with a mission.

Joining Artie Shaw

  1. He recorded as the Hot Lips Page Trio for Bluebird in 1940 before joining Artie Shaw where he worked from 1941-1942.

Ben Shaw

  1. Ben Shaw is a house music producer, remixer and DJ who has released records under his own name, as well as the monikers Sunscape and Gradient.

David Shaw

  1. David Shaw was about to attempt what had never been done before, and he wanted the world to see.

John Shaw Billings

  1. Dr. John Shaw Billings, one of the most brilliant librarians of his day, was named director.

Tim Shaw

  1. Tim Shaw also currently works for Rancid.

Arthur Shrewsbury

  1. Shaw was concerned that the financial burdens may be too great for two men, so Arthur Shrewsbury was brought in as a third backer. (Web site)

Shaw Gm

  1. Shaw GM, Carmichael SL, Yang W, Selvin S, Schaffer DM. Periconceptional dietary intake of choline and betaine and neural tube defects in offspring. (Web site)

Mccoy Tyner

  1. Saxophonists Carter Jefferson and Joe Ford contribute mightily, as they have to projects by Woody Shaw and McCoy Tyner, respectively. (Web site)
  2. Heavily influenced by Clifford Brown, Shaw played with a host of giants early on (McCoy Tyner, Art Blakey, Eric Dolphy, and others).

Anna Howard Shaw

  1. Anna Howard Shaw (February 14, 1847 – July 2, 1919) was a leader of the women's suffrage movement in the United States.
  2. For many, Anna Howard Shaw is a prime example of someone women can be proud of.

Charles Stewart Parnell

  1. Shaw held his seat at the 1880 general election, but lost an election for the party chairmanship, to Charles Stewart Parnell. (Web site)

Irwin Shaw

  1. In the ten years of its existence, the Group Theatre produced works by many important American playwrights, most notably Clifford Odets and Irwin Shaw.

Bandleader Artie Shaw

  1. Forrest achieved fame when bandleader Artie Shaw hired her in 1938. (Web site)

Shaw Brothers Studios

  1. No matter, by this time, Shaw Brothers Studios were dubbing and releasing their films in Cantonese and Mandarin in theaters at the same time. (Web site)

Shaw Communications

  1. Shaw Communications purchased Moffat in early 2001, but Shaw itself had no interest in re-entering the specialty service business and put WTN up for sale.

Shaw Festival

  1. Shaw Festival - specializes in plays written during Bernard Shaw's lifetime (1856-1950). (Web site)
  2. I play jazz in clubs as a sideman every once and a while now, but mostly I teach, freelance, and do some shows (at the Shaw Festival) occasionally.

Tommy Shaw

  1. Tommy Shaw departed the band for a solo career at the conclusion of the Kilroy tour. (Web site)
  2. Damon briefly joined the band Damn Yankees with Jack Blades, Tommy Shaw, and Ted Nugent, and recorded an album that was never released.
  3. Styx band members, Tommy Shaw, James Young along with others put the benefit concert together in a short period of time. (Web site)

Brian Shaw

  1. On his record breaking shot the assist came from teammate and the holder of the record, Brian Shaw (he made 10 three pointers on April 8, 1993). (Web site)

Dave Shaw

  1. If you are still unconvinced, let me tell you the tale of two highly experienced deep divers, Dave Shaw and Don Shirley. (Web site)

Steven Shaw

  1. Secondly, Steven Shaw is a man with sass, intellect, and a healthy dash of class — and that is a very rare and delicious thing.

Alfred Shaw

  1. Scotton paid three visits to Australia, going out with Alfred Shaw 's and Arthur Shrewsbury 's teams in 1881, 1884 and 1886.
  2. The only exception was the Alfred Shaw who asked for and received three hundred pounds in return for his role as assistant manager. (Web site)

William Shaw

  1. He resigned the leadership in 1879 and was replaced by William Shaw, who in turn was replaced by Charles Stewart Parnell in 1880.

Winner Wilbur Shaw

  1. Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Wilbur Shaw was the first driver on a Wheaties box, in 1936.

Great Artie Shaw

  1. Begin the Beguine, words and music by Cole Porter, was one of the biggest hits in the career of the late, great Artie Shaw (listen to an audio clip here).

Scott Shaw

  1. Scott Shaw (born 23 September 1958) [ 1] is an American author, journalist, actor, film director, film producer, musician, and a well-known martial artist.
  2. Scott Shaw (born November 1, 1958) in Hollywood, California is a prolific author, journalist, actor, filmmaker and musician.
  3. As an author, the recent works of Scott Shaw have reflected his lifelong involvement with the Martial Arts, Yoga, Hinduism, and Zen Buddhism.

Adrian Shaw

  1. Adrian Shaw (born 2 January 1947, in Hampstead, North London), frequently known as Ade Shaw, is a musician primarily working in the psychedelic field.

Actress Fiona Shaw

  1. This year, the honorees at the ceremony will be Irish actress Fionnula Flanagan, Academy Award winner James L Brooks and actress Fiona Shaw.

Glenn Miller

  1. In 1939, the day after Shaw broke up is band and retired to Mexico, Glenn Miller hired Gray as a staff arranger.
  2. He worked in the 1930s with Les Brown, Charlie Barnet, and Artie Shaw (1937-39), then joined Glenn Miller 's orchestra from 1939 to 1942.
  3. His name is inextricably linked to two of the most famous bandleaders of the time, Artie Shaw and Glenn Miller.

Tiger Shaw

  1. He joined Dick Durrance and Tiger Shaw for the most titles at the U.S. championships.
  2. He arrived with eight U.S. national titles, just one short of the record held by Dick Durrance and Tiger Shaw.

Trumpeter Woody Shaw

  1. He played in the bands of alto saxophonist Art Pepper and trombonist Slide Hampton in the '80s, and also worked with trumpeter Woody Shaw. (Web site)
  2. Tenor player Joe Farrell and trumpeter Woody Shaw are ideal for this music. (Web site)
  3. With each year that passes, trumpeter Woody Shaw is missed more.

Marlena Shaw

  1. Marlena Shaw is ultimately one of the top female vocalists of music. (Web site)
  2. Marlena Shaw (September 2005) T he summer of 2005 ended with a bang when the Mel Brown Quartet performed at the Newport Jazz Festival on the Oregon Coast.

Clarinetist Artie Shaw

  1. That same year he and clarinetist Artie Shaw started their careers at the Golden Pheasant in Cleveland, Ohio with the Austin Wiley Orchestra. (Web site)
  2. Her real breakthrough arrived in 1938, when clarinetist Artie Shaw invited her to join his band.

Clay Shaw

  1. When asked under oath, before a grand jury, if Clay Bertrand and Clay Shaw was the same person, Andrews denied it. (Web site)

Pygmalion

  1. Shaw will be remembered for his contributions to the theatre through his plays Pygmalion, Major Barbara and Saint Joan.

Ian Shaw

  1. IAN SHAW: The leader of the New Guard, Eric Campbell, was a prominent Sydney solicitor but he also had quite a distinguished war background in the Great War.
  2. UK singer Clare Teal stunned a packed audience at Scarborough jazz festival by making a surprise appearance on stage during a concert by Ian Shaw.

Age

  1. He was brought to Newark, New Jersey by his parents, Rosalie Pegues and Woody Shaw, Sr., at the age of 1 year old.
  2. Artie Shaw died in 2004 at the age of 94. (Web site)

Dick Johnson

  1. In 1983 when Artie Shaw organized his first big band in three decades, he left his clarinet in retirement and hired Dick Johnson to be the front man.

Artie Shaw Band

  1. The "White" Helen Forrest refused to appear on stage with the Artie Shaw band until theater owners also permitted Black singer Billie Holiday to perform.

Bernard Shaw

  1. Dear liar; a comedy of letters adapted by Jerome Kilty from the correspondence of Bernard Shaw and Mrs.
  2. However many critics, including Bernard Shaw, began to condemn Mendelssohn's music for its association with Victorian cultural insularity. (Web site)
  3. During my time Nobel was awarded to writers of the highest calibre like Anatole France, Bernard Shaw, Ernest Hemingway, and William Faulkner. (Web site)

Greg Shaw

  1. Greg Shaw died of heart failure in Los Angeles at the age of 55. (Web site)
  2. In the 1980s, Greg Shaw helped launch the garage revival scene with bands such as The Miracle Workers and The Pandoras.
  3. Find Books by Greg Shaw - www.alibris.com Buy used, new, rare and out-of-print books by greg shaw.

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