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Aimee Allison
... Aimee Allison (born 1969) is an author, public affairs television host, political activist, and a leader of the counter-recruitment movement ... Allison was a Green Party of California candidate for the Oakland City Council's District Two in 2006, progressing to a runoff election with incumbent Council member Pat Kernighan ... Serving in the United States Army as a combat medic, Allison was a Conscientious Objector in the First Gulf War and has since been active in opposing ...
America's Next Top Model, Cycle 12 - Summaries - Call-out Order
... call-out order Order Episodes 1 ... Aminat Allison Teyona Sandra Tahlia Fo Celia Teyona Allison Teyona Allison Allison Teyona 2 Natalie ...
Allison, New Brunswick
... Allison is a community in Moncton Parish, New Brunswick on Route 106. ...
SPORT (magazine) - History - 1970s-2000
... A brief revival occurred in 1981, when the magazine was purchased by Wick Allison ... Allison installed David Bauer, currently deputy managing editor of Sports Illustrated, as editor ... However, Allison and Bauer soon moved on to other projects, the magazine was sold to another group, and the decline continued ...
Chunk Colbert
... was an Old West gunman, known for having been killed by noted gunfighter Clay Allison ... On January 7, 1874, Colbert and Allison entered the Clifton House, an Inn in Colfax County, New Mexico ... Nevertheless, there was distrust between the men, since Allison was said to have mistreated Colbert's uncle, Zachary Colbert, a ferryman who had tried to ...

Famous quotes containing the word allison:

    Hunger makes you restless. You dream about food—not just any food, but perfect food, the best food, magical meals, famous and awe-inspiring, the one piece of meat, the exact taste of buttery corn, tomatoes so ripe they split and sweeten the air, beans so crisp they snap between the teeth, gravy like mother’s milk singing to your bloodstream.
    —Dorothy Allison (b. 1953)

    ... fiction never exceeds the reach of the writer’s courage.
    —Dorothy Allison (b. 1949)

    ... we have the satisfaction of knowing that because all of us believed, we inspired, motivated, and liberated some of the most beautiful people on earth—young, gifted, and black.
    —Mary Allison Burch (b. 1906)