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2009 Florida Gators Softball Season - Game Notes - Alabama (Game 1)
... A fielder's choice grounder to third baseman Corrie Brooks allowed Ashley Holcombe to reach, but forced the runner out at home ... With two outs and the bases still loaded, Brooks hit a single to the shortstop that scored two and put Florida on top ... Francesca Enea homered for three more runs, and Brooks made it 7-1 with another home run ...
William Edwin Brooks
... William Edwin Brooks (July 30, 1828, near Dublin, Ireland - January 18, 1899, Mount Forest, Ontario) was a civil engineer in India and an ornithologist ... His third son Allan Brooks, named after Hume, became an ornithologist and artist of repute ... In 1887, Brooks moved his family from Milton, Ontario, to a new farm at Chilliwack, British Columbia ...
Rue Meridian
... This is a list of the characters in the Shannara series by Terry Brooks ... from The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara series by Terry Brooks ... from The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara and High Druid of Shannara trilogies byTerry Brooks ...
2009 In Country Music - Top Hits of The Year
1 Country Boy Alan Jackson 1 Cowboy Casanova Carrie Underwood 2 Cowgirls Don't Cry Brooks Dunn with Reba 2 Do I Luke Bryan 2 Don't Billy Currington 2 Don't Think I Can't ...
The Simpsons Shorts - Development
... Brooks was working on the television variety show The Tracey Ullman Show, he decided that he wanted to include small animated sketches before and after the commercial breaks ... Matt Groening's Life in Hell comic strips, Brooks asked Groening to pitch an idea for a series of animated shorts, which Groening initially intended ... therefore chose another approach while waiting in the lobby of Brooks's office for the pitch meeting, hurriedly formulating his version of a dysfunctional family that ...

Famous quotes containing the word brooks:

    In the breath
    Of the holocaust he
    Is helmsman, hatchet, headlight.
    —Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)

    My idea is that the world outside—the so-called modern world—can only pervert and degrade the conceptions of the primitive instinct of art and feeling, and that our only chance is to accept the limited number of survivors—the one- in-a-thousand of born artists and poets—and to intensify the energy of feeling within that radiant centre.
    —Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    A certain secret jealousy of the British Minister is always lurking in the breast of every American Senator, if he is truly democratic; for democracy, rightly understood, is the government of the people, by the people, for the benefit of Senators, and there is always a danger that the British Minister may not understand this political principle as he should.
    —Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)