Sam, SAM or SAm may refer to:
Other articles related to "sam":
... Samuel William "Sam" Yorty (October 1, 1909 – June 5, 1998) was a politician from Los Angeles, California ... The colorful “Mayor Sam” earned numerous nicknames from both admirers and detractors, such as Travelin’ Sam, Airplane Sam, Shoot-From-the-Lip Sam, the Maverick Mayor, Mad Sam Yorty ...
... From McKinney to Coppell, State Highway 121 acts as a frontage road to Sam Rayburn Tollway, contrary to the popular misconception that the Sam Rayburn Tollway was the new SH 121 ...
... On Oklahoma's first drive, QB Sam Bradford threw a touchdown pass to Juaquin Iglesias ... Continuing to roll, OU, inside their own 35, used Sam Bradford to throw a touchdown pass to WR Ryan Broyles ... Sam Bradford was 19 of 21 on his passing ...
... Young Sam (full title The Hon ... Samuel "Young Sam" Vimes II) is Sam and Sybil Vimes' son and only child he was born at the end of the events in Night Watch, is about fourteen months old by the time of Thud!, and at the age of six years old by the ... In Snuff, it is highlighted that not only can Young Sam read, but that he is quite advanced and now reads to his father ...
... Sam Smith (actor) (born 1989), English actor Sam Smith (southwest artist) (born 1918), American Sam Smith (artist) (born 1980), Australian Sam Smith (DJ), Canadian radio DJ Samuel Francis ...
Famous quotes containing the word sam:
“Emily, Ive a little confession to make. I really am a horse doctor. But marry me, and Ill never look at another horse.”
—Robert Pirosh, screenwriter, George Seaton, screenwriter, and George Oppenheimer, screenwriter. Sam Wood. Dr. Hackenbush (Groucho Marx)
“Pike Bishop: He gave his word.
Dutch: He gave his word to a railroad.
Pike Bishop: Its his word.
Dutch: That aint what counts. Its who you give it to.”
—Walon Green, U.S. screenwriter, and Sam Peckinpaugh (b. 1925)
“Take one of those every half-mile and call me if there is any change.”
—Robert Pirosh, U.S. screenwriter, George Seaton, George Oppenheimer, and Sam Wood. Dr. Hugo Z. Hackenbush (Groucho Marx)