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  • literature, doors often represent choices or outcomes which the principle actors can directly engage with. Alphabetized by author or source God
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  • speed of worlds, the rushing worlds, and the peal the thunder of Life. William Watson, Dawn on the Headland. Our life contains a thousand springs, And dies
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  • love of his human mother. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Written by Ian Watson, based on the short story "Supertoys Last All Summer Long" by Brian Aldiss
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  • (January 1918), p. 33 Maslow's psychology, firmly based upon Freud and Watson, simply points out that the optimistic side of the picture has been overlooked;
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  • Dyke, Reliance. (He) set his heart upon the goal, Not on the prize. William Watson, Tribute to Matthew Arnold, Spectator (Aug. 30, 1890). Faith, mighty
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  • author. As stated by Dr. Watson, in A Study in Scarlet, Part 1. Ch. 1. (1887). London, thou art the flour of cities all! William Dunbar (1460?-1520?), London
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  • L. Frank Baum (category American actors)
    1919) was an American author, actor, and independent filmmaker best known as the creator, along with illustrator William Wallace Denslow, of one of the
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  • lead others as what he does from day to day to lead himself. Thomas J. Watson (1939) in: American druggist Vol 100. p. 40 A manager's to give advice
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  • "Elementary," and "...my dear Watson." both appear near the beginning of The Crooked Man (1893), it is the "...my dear Watson" that appears first, and "Elementary"
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  • Frederick William I of Prussia King of Prussia from 1713 - 1740, d. 31 May, 1740 I've never felt better. Who: Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., actor, d. December
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  • Oliver Goldsmith's The Good Natur'd Man (1768). William Prynne's Histrio-Matrix, the Player's Scourge or Actor's Tragedie (1632), a fat book of more than a
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  • guys. Gibbs: Kate, take McGee and search the Watsons' house. DiNozzo, I want everything there is on Watson and his family by the time I get back. [takes
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  • experience . . . p. 17 Maslow's psychology, firmly based upon Freud and Watson, simply points out that the optimistic side of the picture has been overlooked;
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  • " Your Reply Is ..." Who knows more about human biology? You, or James Watson? "They Say "Racist!!" Your Reply Is ..." (October 7, 2008). In reality
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  • it's really nice seeing you. [points to a middle-aged woman] You too, Miss Watson. Lt. Ford: Sir— Maj. Sheppard: [to Ford] She was my sixth grade teacher
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  • Bailey, Phill Jupitus With guests Lily Allen, Jamelia, Steve Strange, Mark Watson [Introducing Lily Allen] Simon: Lily was expelled from five schools. At
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  • Robert Webb. Lines in parentheses represent internal monologue spoken by the actors in voice-over. Jez (This is fucking wicked. I'm almost definitely
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