Chase

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George Pollard, Jr. - Biography
... Other members of the 21-man crew included Owen Chase as first mate, Matthew Joy as second mate and six other Nantucket men ... that they should return to Nantucket for repairs, but Chase and Joy persuaded him to go forward to the Azores and hope to replace the whaleboats there ... With only three shipkeepers and the crew of Chase's whaleboat on board to repair their damaged vessel, the Essex began taking on water following the second ...
Beaumont Chase
... Beaumont Chase is a civil parish in the county of Rutland in the East Midlands of England ... According to the 2001 census, Beaumont Chase had a population of zero ...
Chase - Other
... Chase (algorithm), an algorithm in database construction, to test if a decomposition is lossless Chase (land), a geographical term (usually British ...
Charles Phelps Taft II - Marriage
... Taft married Eleanor Kellogg Chase on October 6, 1917 in Waterbury, Connecticut ... They had five daughters, Eleanor Kellogg Taft, Sylvia Howard Taft, Lucia Chase Taft, Cynthia Herron Taft, Rosalyn Rawson Taft, and two sons, Seth Chase Taft and Peter ...
Panic Broadcast - Public Reaction - Causes
... small audience, ran at the same time as the NBC Red Network's popular Chase and Sanborn Hour ... About 15 minutes into Chase and Sanborn, the first comic sketch ended and a musical number began, and many listeners began tuning around the dial at that point ... to the American Experience program The Battle Over Citizen Kane, Welles knew the schedule of Chase and Sanborn and scheduled the first report from Grover's Mill at the 12-minute mark to heighten the audience's confusion ...

Famous quotes containing the word chase:

    Magic is the envelopment and coercion of the objective world by the ego; it is a dynamic subjectivism. Religion is the coercion of the ego by gods and spirits who are objectively conceived beings in control of nature and man.
    —Richard Chase (b. 1914)

    The theater is a baffling business, and a shockingly wasteful one when you consider that people who have proven their worth, who have appeared in or been responsible for successful plays, who have given outstanding performances, can still, in the full tide of their energy, be forced, through lack of opportunity, to sit idle season after season, their enthusiasm, their morale, their very talent dwindling to slow gray death. Of finances we will not even speak; it is too sad a tale.
    —Ilka Chase (1905–1978)

    The New York action painters want their pictures to jump off the walls and chase you down the street.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)