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  • Dennis Miller (born November 3, 1953, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American comedian, political and social commentator, and television personality
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  • Comment to reporters during the IBM PC launch (1981), interpreted as a jab at Gary Kildall To create a new standard, it takes something that's not just a little
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  • Wilhelm Matthäus Oldfield, Mike Oldham, Andrew Loog Oldham, John Oldman, Gary O'Leary , Michael Oleynik, Larisa Oliphant, Mark Oliphant, Thomas Oliver
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  • these "exalted" standards to comics, creators were, frankly, pissed off. Gary Groth BookForum Summer 2006. The trick to writing comics criticism meant
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  • fellas read? [points to a sign that says "Quiet Please"] Maurice "Snoopy" Miller: The fuck you talkin' to man? You got a problem over there, Foley? Jack
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  • best marshal we ever had. Maybe the best marshal we'll ever have. So if Miller comes back here today, it's our problem, not his. It's our problem because
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  • From World War II to the Present Day (2001) edited by Robert Aldrich and Gary Wotherspoon. Could this have just happened? . . . I can’t believe that
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  • (after Holly and Gary beg her to see Jay Miller's loft) Okay, fine, but you have to promise not to touch anything. (looks at Gary) Gary: (reluctantly) Why
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  • them differ from those applying to relatively closed systems. James Grier Miller (1956) "General behavior systems theory and summary". In: Journal of Counseling
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  • 1985) on a painting long attributed to Rembrandt "Truth in labeling" by Gary Schwartz in Art in America (December 1995) "Rembrandt's Dirty Secrets" by
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  • communion–must be denied citizenship, just as they were in ancient Israel. Gary North Political Polytheism (1989). As with the Christian religion, the worst
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  • Bub the Zombie Gary Howard Klar - Pvt. Steele Ralph Marrero - Pvt. Rickles John Amplas - Dr. Ted Fisher Phillip G. Kellams - Pvt. Miller Taso N. Stavrakis
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  • Time 99, I would've been off the list. On making the 2007 TIME 100 Graff, Gary (July 2, 2007). "Summer tour is hardly work for now laid-back heartthrob"
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  • The story was adapted by Marc Moss from the novel by James Patterson. Gary Soneji: No bargaining Alex, no cheap interrogation techniques. It's transparent
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  • Wait, wait just a second... Obey me! Obey me! (laughs wickedly) Dennis Miller: Tonight's top story: Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse turned up in the People's
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  • that Gary? They can't even aim! Gary: [weakly] Min-Mingey? Mingey: Gary? What's wrong? Gary: They got me, Mingey. Mingey: [horrified] No! Oh no! Gary: They
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  • Space (19 February 1999), derived from a line from Bill Lumbergh (played by Gary Cole). Saturday's child works hard for a living "Monday's Child," first
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  • Screenplay written by John Sayles and Terence H. Winkless, based on the novel by Gary Brandner. Imagine your worst fear a reality. [on TV] It is, after all,
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  • about the new grey uniforms with red trim.] Gideon: I look like a bellhop. Gary Cole — Capt. Matthew Gideon Daniel Dae Kim — Lt. John Matheson David Allen
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  • in Where Was God: Evil, Theodicy, and Modern Science, p. 107 quoted by Gary A. Stilwell from the Canons. Their whole creed was anathema to Karl Marx
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