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  • Jack Henry Abbott (January 21, 1944 – February 10, 2002) was an American author and prisoner. His most celebrated work In the Belly of the Beast depicted
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  • Andrew Abbot, Bernice Abbott, Charles, 1st Baron Tenterden Abbot, Derek Abbot, Diane Abbot, Edwin Abbot, Jack Abbott, Shirley Abbott, Tony Abd-al-Aziz ibn
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  • Mailer spins publicity for convict and murderer Jack Abbott, helps get Abbott's prison book published and Abbott paroled. The con with the prose style of a
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  • Ken Kesselring, Albert Kessler, Andy (author) Kettering, Charles Kettle, Black Kettle, Thomas Kevorkian, Jack Key, Francis Scott Keyes, Alan Keynes,
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  • screenplay by Jack B. Sowards and Nicholas Meyer. Story by Harve Bennett, Jack B. Sowards, Nicholas Meyer and Samuel A. Peeples Death, for the author of the
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  • The Greatest Men in the World for Christ and the Book (1894) by Stephen Abbott Northrop [Memoirs from Beyond the Grave] Mémoires d'Outre-Tombe, English
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  • man has a right to control by force the action of any other man. Lyman Abbott, "The Cause and Cure of Anarchism" in The Outlook, Volume 70 (February 1902)
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  • Person. Halford E. Luccock, in "Whoops! It's Christmas", published in The Abbott Christmas Book (1960) by Herbert W. Luthin Ah! dearest Jesus, Holy Child
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  • use force even in defense of one's simplest and plainest rights? Lyman Abbott, "The Cause and Cure of Anarchism" in The Outlook, Volume 70 (February 1902)
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  • New York: Atheneuem. ISBN 978-06891219-5-1. . Van Halen! Who: Darrell Abbott A.K.A Dimebag Darrel, former guitarist of Pantera and Damageplan. Note:
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  • Camille Paglia (category Authors)
    Mark Halperin’s inclusion of a lengthy quote by convicted murderer Jack Henry Abbott in his One Hundred Years of Homosexuality. In 1974 I nearly got into
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  • understood is why the shepherd blames the sheep when they become ill." Abbott Planchard, p. 212 "I do not approve of you, Thomas, and I do not approve
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