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The Princess Diaries (film) - Production
... produced by Whitney Houston and Debra Martin Chase and directed by Garry Marshall ... Anne Hathaway was hired for the role of Mia because Garry Marshall's granddaughters saw her audition tape and said she had the best "princess hair." H├ęctor Elizondo, who appears in all the ... Garry Marshall's daughter, Kathleen, plays Clarisse's secretary Charlotte Kutaway ...
Andrew Marshall (foreign Policy Strategist)
... Marshall (born 1921) is the director of the United States Department of Defense's Office of Net Assessment ... position in 1973 by United States President Richard Nixon, Marshall has been re-appointed by every president that followed ...
Purple People Eaters - Memorable Moments - Remarkable Play On Thanksgiving
... In a 1969 Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions, Jim Marshall and Alan Page combined for one of the most remarkable plays in NFL history ... Page tipped a pass which fell into the hands of Marshall who took off with it ... As he was being tackled, Marshall lateraled the ball to Page who then had an easy path to the end zone ...
Purple People Eaters - Retirement
... After the 1979 season, Jim Marshall retired ... In 20 seasons (19 with the Vikings and 1 with the Cleveland Browns) Marshall never missed a game and set what was then a National Football League record ... After his last home game, Marshall was carried off the field by his teammates in celebration ...
Marshall - Place Names
... Marshall Islands (also known as "Republic of the Marshall Islands"), an island nation in the Pacific Ocean In the United States of America Marshall, Alaska Marshall, Arkansas Marshall, California ...

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    The car has become the carapace, the protective and aggressive shell, of urban and suburban man.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    The new electronic interdependence recreates the world in the image of a global village.
    —Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    I, who had heard of music in the spheres,
    But not of speech in stars, began to muse:
    But turning to my God, whose ministers
    The stars and all things are; If I refuse,
    Dread Lord, said I, so oft my good;
    Then I refuse not ev’n with blood
    To wash away my stubborn thought:
    For I will do or suffer what I ought.
    —George Herbert (1593–1633)

    So long as the source of our identity is external—vested in how others judge our performance at work, or how others judge our children’s performance, or how much money we make—we will find ourselves hopelessly flawed, forever short of the ideal.
    —Melinda M. Marshall (20th century)