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... best known as the drummer of the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, which he joined in 1982 ... the age of 14, upon leaving school McBrain paid his bills with session work before he joined a variety of artists, such as Streetwalkers, Pat Travers, and the French political band ... He joined Iron Maiden in time to debut on their fourth album, Piece of Mind (1983), and has remained with them since, contributing to a total of twelve studio releases ...
... but anchovies and wine during the month long trip and joined his cousins, the Castellanos, in New York City ... There he joined a crime family headed by Salvatore "Tata" D'Aquila, one of the larger crime families in the city ... Gambino's uncle, Giuseppe Castellano, also joined the D'Aquila family around this time ...
... In February 1934, Michael joined the Volunteer Labour Service, the FAD (what later became the RAD) and on October 30, 1934 he joined the German Army ... In October 1936 the 22-year-old Wittmann joined the Allgemeine-SS ...
... researcher, and served as chairmans of several IEEE and ACM conferences In 1996, he joined as Chief Java Security Architect the JavaSoft division at Sun Microsystems (in ... In 2005 he joined Microsoft as General Manager to lead MSN in China ... In 2007, he joined Mozilla to found Mozilla Online Ltd ...
... Inspired by some Chingfrod friends that had joined, Johnson applied again to join the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve ... He then joined the Leicestershire Yeomanry, where the injury was not a bar to recruitment ... Johnson was still keen to serve his country, so he joined the Territorial Army unit because he was in a reserved occupation ...
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Famous quotes containing the word joined:
“What God hath joined together no man ever shall put asunder: God will take care of that.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“Old hands soil, it seems, whatever they caress, but they too have their beauty when they are joined in prayer. Young hands were made for caresses and the sheathing of love. It is a pity to make them join too soon.”
—André Gide (18691951)
“when such bodies join
There is no touching here, nor touching there,
Nor straining joy, but whole is joined to whole;
For the intercourse of angels is a light
Where for its moment both seem lost, consumed.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)