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J. Harold Flannery
... John Harold Flannery (April 19, 1898–June 3, 1961) was a Democratic member of the U.S ... Harold Flannery was born in Pittston, Pennsylvania ...
Harold Mc Linton
... Harold Lucious McLinton (July 1, 1947 – October 31, 1980) was an American football player who played linebacker in the National Football League with ... selections Eugene Epps Ed Cross Bill Kishman Harold McLinton Jeff Anderson John Didion Larry Brown Eric Norri Bob Shannon Michael Shook Rick Brand Paul Rogers Mike Washington ...
Harold Schafer - Later Years
... Although Harold's business success received a huge amount of attention, he is fondly remembered by most North Dakotans for very different reasons ... Harold had a quiet but determined faith in God that was inextricably woven into the fabric of his life ... Harold gave God full credit for his accomplishments and often felt very undeserving of having the prosperity that had eluded so many others ...
Gino Esposito - Character Development
... gay male character." When Gino moves in with Harold Bishop (Ian Smith), the writers decided to tweak the "standard love triangle story" with Lou Carpenter (Tom Oliver) becoming jealous of the duo ... Harold and Gino get along very well and share a love of musicals ... Of this, Peter Mattessi of The Age said "The tension this created between Lou and Harold ("same-sex platonic life-partners", according to Toadie) was a wonderful storytelling twist, and the innuendo made ...
Harold - Other Uses
... Harold, Ontario, Canada, a community in Stirling-Rawdon township Harold (horse), an American Thoroughbred racehorse Harold (improvisation), an improvisational form popularized by Del Close and ...

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    Together, we three, until the world crumbles and there is no longer a stone or a rock or a tree or a blade of grass.
    Griffin Jay, and Harold Young. Mehemet Bey (Turhan Bey)