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PAUL MAGUIRE
AFRICAN AMERICAN JOCKEY
WILLIE SIMMS
ATTEMPTS
FIRST TIME
THOMAS
RACING
COURSE
PLACE
BRAND NAME
CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
LEADERSHIP ROLE
POPULARITY
GAME
KENTUCKY DERBY
PHIL SIMMS
CBS
COMPANY
MEMORY CHIPS
GUMBEL
NANTZ
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Definitions

  1. Simms is the only African-American rider to win all three races that became the Triple Crown.
  2. Simms, a former US National Golden Gloves Champion, has an outstanding 25-1-1 professional record with 12 wins by way of knockout.
  3. Simms was also part of the Grizzlies' winning 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams.
  4. Phil Simms (who at the time, was at NBC forming the lead announcing team with himself, Dick Enberg and Paul Maguire) was hired as the lead color commentator.
  5. Phil Simms is out this week after scheduled back surgery.

Paul Maguire

  1. Prior to joining CBS Sports, Simms served as a game analyst on NBC's top broadcast team, along with Dick Enberg and Paul Maguire (1995-98).

African American Jockey

  1. With this win, Simms became the only African American jockey to have won all three Triple Crown races.

Willie Simms

  1. June 11, 1898: Willie Simms became the only African American jockey to win the Preakness Stakes when he rode Sly Fox to victory.

Attempts

  1. Willie Simms won two Derbys in only two attempts, with Ben Brush, 1896, and Plaudit, 1898.

First Time

  1. Back in the United States, Simms won the 1896 Kentucky Derby in its first time as a 1¼ mile race on Ben Brush.

Thomas

  1. Thomas, Simms - California based film and television actress.

Racing

  1. Simms began racing in 1887 and was one of the most successful to use the short stirrup that gave the rider a crouching posture.
  2. Willie Simms finished his riding career with 1,125 wins and in 1977 was elected to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.

Course

  1. Thomas D. Milling of the 15th Cavalry, to Dayton, Ohio, for a course in flight instruction at the Wright brothers ' aviation school at Simms Station, Ohio.

Place

  1. One DIMM can be used in place of two SIMMs (single inline memory modules).

Brand Name

  1. Simms received the right to use the name Daimler as his brand name for the engines.

Critically Ill Patients

  1. Williams, M, Simms, HH. Prognostic usefulness of scoring systems in critically ill patients with severe acute pancreatitis.

Leadership Role

  1. Throughout her swimming career, Simms has continued to play a leadership role among Hawaii swimmers.

Popularity

  1. Before sectional controversy eroded his popularity in the North, Simms was second only to James Fenimore Cooper as a popular novelist.

Game

  1. On a conference call prior to the game, Jim Nantz channeled some of that goodwill when asked how he felt about his partnership with Simms this season.

Kentucky Derby

  1. Two years later, Simms would win the Derby aboard Plaudit, giving him a perfect record in the Kentucky Derby: two wins in two attempts.
  2. As a three-year-old, Plaudit was ridden by future U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey, Willie Simms in the 24th edition of the Kentucky Derby.

Phil Simms

  1. She returned to The NFL Today in 2004 and 2005 while also on sideline duty with the current primary crew of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms.
  2. For the first time in the GameDay series, NBC announcers Dick Enberg and Phil Simms will provide the play-by-play and color commentary, respectively.
  3. Meanwhile, play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz and his partner, Phil Simms, will provide the sound track for the game.

Cbs

  1. Greg was the #1 guy on the NFL on CBS and I liked he and Phil Simms.
  2. The game was broadcast in the United States by CBS with Greg Gumbel handling the play-by-play duties and color commentator Phil Simms in the broadcast booth.

Company

  1. The UK patent rights to the Gottlieb Daimler's engine were purchased in 1891 [2] by Frederick Simms, who produced them at his company F R Simms & Co.

Memory Chips

  1. Usually, a SIMM holds up to 8 chips on a Macintosh or 9 chips on a PC. Unlike memory chips, SIMMs are measured in bytes rather than bits.

Gumbel

  1. With Nantz moving to the lead broadcast team alongside Phil Simms, Gumbel returned to the studio to replace him.

Nantz

  1. Of course, Nantz and Simms only make it sound easy.
  2. That move sent Greg Gumbel to the studio, and Nantz to the stadium booth with Phil Simms.
  3. Nantz (paired with Phil Simms) likely was not targeted because of his value to CBS as a college basketball announcer.

Simms

  1. GREG GUMBEL and PHIL SIMMS, CBS -- This pains me because Simms is a hell of a nice guy and a person I've consulted with many times through the years.
  2. SIMMs don't *have* pins!) At the high end of the PC market, "36 bit wide" SIMMs with 72 pads are gaining popularity.
  3. Phil Simms - Phillip Martin "Phil" Simms is a former American football quarterback, and currently a television sportscaster for the CBS network.

Categories

  1. Nantz
  2. Memory Chips
  3. Gaining Popularity
  4. Society > Organizations > Companies > Cbs
  5. High End
  6. Books about "Simms" in Amazon.com

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