Ronald Biggs is Britain's best-known fugitive. He was on the run for 36 years
following his part in the Great Train Robbery, and used several false names (and
some cosmetic surgery) ... Other well-known professional names are the pen names used by writers, and the stage names used by actors and other
Author: Neil Burdess
Publisher: Sandstone Press Ltd
Hello, My Name Is... looks at the fascinating subject of our personal names. Of course, we are particularly interested in our own names. Dale Carnegie, author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, says our name is our ‘sweetest and most important sound’. However, your name is just one in an ocean of names, many of which have a fascinating story to tell. Using examples from Anglo-Saxon kings to today’s celebrities, it charts the history and importance of personal names—given names, surnames, name titles, and professional names.
“Hi...my name is Paul Stingley...I'm calling from Montana. I don't know if you
remember me or not. . .” “Of course I do. . .how are you Paul?” “I'm fine...good
fishin' and all that.” I took out a pocket pamphlet and got my pen out. “Detective...I
met the ...
Author: P. Allan Rodman
After witnessing the murder of his fiancé, Paul sets out to prove his innocence and is caught in a world of counterfeiting, drugs, and violence. He ends up in a small town in Montana and after falling in love with a local woman, inadvertently discovers the truth about himself and has to decide the path which will determine his future. His only hope is that he can find another small town where everyone has a view.
She puts the bottle down by her side and pulls out her phone to call for a taxi.
She sits on ... A big personal bodyguard named Ronald, weighing three hundred
pounds with a height of six feet five inches, walks into the office. “Mr. D ... He puts
his pen down and takes off his glasses. ... “Hello, my name is Pastor James Bell.
Author: Delsea Flowers
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Gentell is a recovering alcoholic ghost writer trying to find work. Unfortunately, she is stuck with writer's block. Gentell decides to take a trip to help clear her mind. While on her way on her journey, she is nearly involved in a tragic car accident. In that sudden moment, Gentell's whole life flashes before her eyes. Gentell's near-death experience gives her the vision to write a book based on a dramatic life seen through Gentell's eyes.
Stern thinks about what has happened over the last few years. He walks to the ...
“I'm going to put a name on this Indian. ... He grabs a pen from the hotel desk and
writes down the message. Hi Ron, Indian Pete is following me. He is the ... His
eyes are heavy and he falls asleep only to be delivered to dreamland. Airplane ...
Author: Richard Ondo
The trilogy is complete as Richard Stern, the FBI, and mysterious events come together. An angel must be guiding Mr. Stern from Ohio to Oregon as he continues to harass the enemy as only Mr. Stern can do. Call it luck, great premonition or both, but Stern unintentionally baffles the enemy. Terrorist leaders must change their plans to assault Middle America. The terrorist leaders continuously revise and downsize the plan as Richard Stern finds pieces of the terrorist puzzle. Stern keeps the FBI informed. Even the FBI has a tough time deciphering and believing the information from the alcoholic. Agents Ron Roman and Bill Wright use Stern's information to drive a wedge into the gears of terrorism. The crime fighter's efforts receive additional help from two highly unusual sources. Alert citizens and legends are factors that derail the terrorist's plan. Terrorist leaders are forced into abandoning schemes to hold whole towns hostage. They downsize the operation and move to a softer target. Two cities compete in a boat race. These two party boats become the targets. The FBI is confronted with the emotionally charged hostage situations. The suicide bombers have little chance of success. FBI agents have two choices and both are considered suicidal.
Ron Kaplan. the other. There were three more chairs against the wall next to the
receptionist's window and a large wooden coffee table ... “Hi.” The receptionist
smiled. “Can I help you?” “Hi, I . . . I called about an hour ago. My name is Mary.
Mary Martino. ... Sorry the phone was busy, but we get so many calls here,” she
said in a friendly voice as she handed Mary a form attached to a clipboard and a pen.
Author: Ron Kaplan
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
When star high school football player David Goldfarb first sees the beautiful Mary Martino he instantly falls in love. What the Jewish pot smoking quarterback doesn't know however is that this Italian dark eyed beauty possesses an innocence like nothing he's seen before. Can she survive in his carefree world of sex and drugs? Will he change his ways and become the man she wants and deserves? Will her Catholic father accept a Jewish boy for his daughter? Will his holocaust surviving father accept a Catholic girl for his son? Flash, David's fourteen year old pot dealing brother, sees the changes that take place in his brother's life but is unaware of the part he will eventually play and how these changes will affect him. Together these circumstances will either lead to a happiness that every teenager should strive for or a tragic ending that all too often occurs.
In the Annals of ( pace Mr. Picron ) is not “ unknown , ” but was Ulster of a later
date it is 1 , Hi , loe , and Aoi . Accord ... MAYHEW's the learned editor , Dr. Wats ,
“ ignorantly consuggestion as to the origin of the name is the founded Parisiis
with parvis ” correct one . ... Though ston's great speech in defence of his foreign
policy MR . Tew does not require any aid from my pen , on the night of June 25 ,
1850 , when as Foreign yet he will , I am sure , pardon me for stating ( as
Secretary he ...
Author: Norfolk and Western Railway CompanyPublish On: 1936
The Nell Norwest's Letter Hello , Pocaliers ! ... Then suddenly he hears a deep
growl and a huge bear comes through the open door ! ... We are so glad that Ronald C. Shultz , Portsmouth , Ohio , hasn't really forgotten us . ... I wish you
would add my name to the Pen Pals and I promise to keep up all my
K-Gr3 — Circa 77 b.c. in Rome, a young girl loses her sandal, and the shoe is
swept away by the river's current. ... They find his name surrounded, but far from
lost, in the rows of print that "march side by side, like rows of soldiers. ... or heavy-
handed. ... Hey! Get Off Our Train, illus. by author, unpaged. CIP. Crown. 1990. Tr
$14.95. ISBN 0-517-57638-4; PLB $15.99. ... The pen-and-ink/ pastel sketches of the boy and the animals have an endearing innocence, and there is a Turner-like
In the Annals of ( pace Mr. Picron ) is not " unknown , ” but was Ulster of a later
date it is 1 , Hi , Toe , and Aoi . ... Shall I be pardoned for doubting whether I have
no doubt , therefore , that Mr. Mayhew's the learned editor , Dr. Wats , “ ignorantly
consuggestion as to the origin of the name is the founded ... Though ston's great
speech in defence of his foreign policy MR . Tew does not require any aid from my pen , on the night of June 25 , 1850 , when as Foreign yet he will , I am sure ...
IPS ampirella readers first Carne across the nanne Steve Englehart on the artist
side of the credits, Sandwiched between a couple ... (If the truth be told, he began his stint with the maid from Drakulon in issue #21, under the pen-name of Chad ...
He was a tall man who wore a long, black raincoat and a wide brimmed hat that
obscured a good portion of his face. ... Why, I haven't had a steak, a HEY WAMP,
UP AGAINST Kerry Wathen of El Se- gundo, Calif., submitted this beautiful pencil
Author: Steve Englehart
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
The classic Vampirella series that started it all! Dynamite is proud to offer the original Warren magazine series in it’s entirety as digital editions. Featuring all the classic stories and legendary creators. Vampiress and vampire battle for blood.
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butter-and-tallow tree, on account of a fatty "ubstauce which is obtained from It. Pen tafld(pCn'ta-fld),a. [Gr. irrfiTe, five, and Lat. flndo^fldi. to split.] (Bot.) Cleft or ...
The most entertaining of all the biographical sketches is that of Boito, from the pen of Mr. Mazzucato, which contains an ... In fine, Sir George Grove is to be
congratulated on having secured for the Appendix to his great work the services
of so ... A charmingly fresh and melodious Rondino by so accomplished a writer
as Miss Macirone should attract the attention of all ... Julius Hey, chorus and
orchestra being those of the Berlin Opera, and the mise-en-scine being the work
of the veteran ...
Eva sat within the covered patio of Cafe Du Monde, shielded from late, yet bright,
winter sunlight. ... placed the near empty cup in its saucer, pulled a note pad from
her large tourist purse and began to pen in her best hand, “Dearest Michael:” ...
Author: Michael Pinchot
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The Reagan-Bush Just Say No drug prevention program has plummeted Panamanian General Manuel Noriegas CIA shared drug profits to a personal threatening low. The dictator launches an operation to establish a northern drug trafficking route, exclusive of the CIA, in order to provide funds necessary to sustain his military dictatorship. Mike Majors, an American street wise engineering consultant, is coerced into the operation due to his made to order involvement on a petroleum project triangulating Louisianas Cajun country, Alaskas Prudhoe Bay, and Panama. Panamanian intelligence agent Evangelista Alcantara, a former Miss Panama, is charged with sexually entrapping Majors, happily married with three children, into Tundras web. Between Majors, the CIA, the Vatican, the White House boiler-room, and, surprisingly Evangelista, Noriega and Bush get more than they bargained for.
With Notes Critical, Historical and Explanatory, Selected from the Most Eminent
Commentators William Shakespeare ... the play of Troi- || in the Taming of the
Shrew ; or at least the modern editors Jus and Cressida , his name is frequently ...
Swoon is constantly written sound " Certes , madam , I sholde have great joy yfe
ye had such or swound in the old ... 11 :) - my pupil pen , ] This expression on the
rainbow . ... 68 :) And then in hey - cold als were our author's earliest
Great Britain. CHAPTER TIL AN Acte concerning Receyvori . The King Datins W
Renars shell THER AS the Kyng oure ... And of that be it ordegned & enacted by the seid Au & oritie that the same John Heyron and by Receiven here the game ...
cy of the King Courie ayenge the seid John & efy other Drone havyng the name
or lyke office of Recepte for ther Recole and ... THER in fymes passed have hen
made dyvers and meny Alles and Statut Penalle for the whiche Penalties have
Then should the world on brasen pillers view me with great Achilles , in the
house of Fame ; His Tutor'd pen with Tropheis , would renow me , And till repaire the ruin of my name : But I'm inuirond wid , the Elifian feelds ... which worflaps not
their Alkaron , Tartarians him , which chim no rcuerence laves , The Persans him ,
which worships not ... Witti : apers burn.ng to his holynes , Hili Henry tn'ci hi by
Cromwells good procurement , Calt downe this mockc - ape toy , this vainc
Wilkins . à noble counsellor ; Rodbert , eminent The fun beams render the
humours hot , and dry Where is that ron for ... Brown ; Shepherd , whose sparkles
may somewhat relemble the glances These great orbs thus radically bright , I
trust thy ... In circle round her shining throne , Nor have we let fall our pen upon
discouragement The roof began to mount aloft ... llampstead give me an account ,
And feeble scoundrel , Hudibras , there is a late institution there , under the name
of a 1.
Author: James Barclay (curate of Edmonton.)Publish On: 1792
1 510 $ af Several petitions were presented for a personal in the freet near the
windows of the Besto treaty with the king ... shewing as great a . removed from
London into different parts of firmness , resolution , and resignation to the last , the ... to fee to their seats , the votes of no more addieifes his childron , the
prinoels Elizabeth , and the were repealed , and it was ... be the privately interred
in St. George's - chapel . place of treaty , and that his majetty should be
CHARLES HI . was the ...
LE M tic that Country by pretended authority from the two Houses of fore a false
copy of them had crept abroad under the ... buried at Hopron , ( Quare ) having of his ( Dr. Heylyns ) under the title of France painted to had this character given of
him by the ... Secondly plundered of his good name by and faithful in bis ends to
promote truth and peace , . ... and renowned Prelate the L. Archb . of Canter-
second Monarch of Great Britaine ) from his birth to his bury , with a copie of his
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