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  1. Confronting Kingdom Challenges: A Call to Global Christians to Carry the Burden Together by Samuel T. Logan Jr., 2007-08-09
  2. Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce (Synthesis Lectures on Human Language Technologies) by Jimmy Lin, Chris Dyer, 2010-04-30
  3. People From Taipei: Jimmy Lin, Rod Langway, Rainie Yang, Malan Breton, Edward Yang, Frank Hsieh, Valen Hsu, Elva Hsiao, Lin Chia-Lung
  4. Chinese Male Singers: Taiwanese Male Singers, Jimmy Lin, Alec Su, Vic Chou, David Tao, Dave Wong, Vanness Wu, Ming Dow, Nicky Wu, Lo Ta-Yu
  5. Taiwanese Male Singers: Jimmy Lin, Alec Su, Vic Chou, David Tao, Dave Wong, Vanness Wu, Ming Dow, Nicky Wu, Lo Ta-Yu, Jiro Wang, Calvin Chen
  6. Taiwanese Actors: Jay Chou, Ruby Lin, Leehom Wang, Liljay, Owodog, Jimmy Lin, Show Luo, Alec Su, Wu Bai, Teresa Teng, Vic Chou
  7. Creative Visions - Contemporary Artists of Taiwan
  8. Malaysian Emigrants: Malaysian Immigrants to Canada, Malaysian Immigrants to the United States, Shirley Geok-Lin Lim, Jimmy Choo
  9. Jimmy Giuffre Albums: Fusion, Jimmy Giuffre 3, Trav'lin' Light, Free Fall, Thesis
  10. Risk factors for pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus seroconversion among hospital staff, Singapore.(RESEARCH): An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Mark I.C. Chen, Vernon J.M. Lee, et all 2010-10-01

141. Jimmy Martin Home
Includes biography, song samples, tour dates, photos, message board and chat room.
Now available for the first time on VHS and DVD You've never seen anything like it!
You'd better hurry, my friend. They are truly disappearing faster than Jimmy can lick a stamp!!!
Click Here to get yours

****Jimmy was diagnosed with bladder cancer March 16th and will be having radiation therapy daily
for 6 weeks and also have Chemotherapy once a week for 6 weeks starting March 30, 2004. Jimmy would like to thank everyone for all the many cards, letters, e-mails , fruit baskets, and flowers he has received.
He is reading each one and it has encouraged him to fight the battle. He is looking forward to playing again real soon.
Please continue the prayers.**** You are visitor number...
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"The Music of Jimmy Martin has meant so much to so many people for the last fifty years. As a Programmer of country music, Jimmy's music has always had a commercial radio friendliness to it that not all bluegrass has. While many refer to Jimmy as 'The King of Bluegrass,' I go back to his earlier title of 'Mr. Good 'N' Country Music,' which although not used nearly like it once was, I think really sums up his music so well. Jimmy's music is just that, good and country. His singing and the music accompanying him has a bounce, drive, and large proportions of heart and sincerity. Whether you're just listening or learning to play and sing, there is much to learn and enjoy from the music of Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys."

142. Jimmy McNichol
Filmography and biography of the actor.

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  • Reason for Living: The Jill Ireland Story (1991) (TV) (as James McNichol) First the Egg (1985) (TV) (as James McNichol) .... David TV Series .... Josh Clayton (1984-1985) Escape from El Diablo (1983) .... Daniel Night Warning (1981) .... Billy Lynch ... aka Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (1981) ... aka Evil Protege, The (1981) (UK)
  • 143. Listing Of Directory: /ishkabibb/
    Allows NewsRadio fans to print out membership cards to the tv show's mythical scout organization. Character cartoons by the artist Piano.
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    144. Kiwanis Club Of Huntsville Jimmy Weldon

    145. Harry's Blues Lyrics Online, Jimmy Reed Lyrics, Page 1
    Large collection of lyrics of his songs complemented with links to sound clips.
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    Eternal thanks to blues gal Anita Cantor for transcribing and contributing most of the lyrics!
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    146. Jimmy Neutron
    Official website for the animated film. Multimedia, games, story and character information. Flash, Shockwave

    147. Jimmy's Home Page (I'm On The Left With Pedro)
    Includes personal information, pictures of friends and family, links and a guestbook.
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    Jimmy's Home Page (I'm On The Left With Pedro)
    Good Things
    • Hockey
    • Soccer
    • Going Online
    • Hanging out w/ friends
    • School (Not really)
    • Go to the Movies
    • Spend Time With My Family
    • Taking Pictures
    • Watching The Simpsons
    • Playing the Greastest System Ever: DREAMCAST - lol
    • Living w/ Ezra
    • Skating in My Backyard
    • Visiting my Grandparents
    • Chilling
    • Going Skim Boarding
    My Favorite Web Sites and then Other Things On My Site Hockey News and More
    Ebay - Buy Anything

    Donate $ To The Lance Armstrong Foundation to Help People Live Through and Past Cancer

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    My Memorabilia


    148. Jimmy Vivino
    Fan site for jimmy Vivino. Includes videos, a photo gallery, projects, interviews and reviews.
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    Welcome to the official site of Jimmy Vivino!
    • LOTS of new FREE Summer GIGS: Blues News list of gigs ALWAYS: page.
    • ADDITIONS: Even more new photos of Jimmy and Felix Cabrera. ADDITIONS: Even more new photos of Jimmy with the Fab Faux.
    • ADDITIONS: New photos of Jimmy with Felix Cabrera on the Felix Cabrera page. (Scroll to near the bottom)

    Fan site with biography, pictures, filmography, polls, and wallpaper.
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    Jimmy Fallon Online is now CLOSED.

    150. James, Jimmy
    Online portfolio of the vocal performer. Includes contact information.

    151. Bill's Personal Page
    This list is for fans to discuss his music, books and his lifestyle. All information needed to subscribe to the list.
      Bill Lack's Personal Web Page
    This is my wife, Linda, and I in Crabby Bill's in Key West.
      On my listserv lists, I'm known as "The Big Dog". Here's why.
        This is my new, revised, and hopefully, improved web site. I'm going to try to make it more personal and more interesting. I want to use it to tell a little more about my interests and hobbies.
      Books I love books. I don't think that money spent on books is often wasted. My wife and I are both constant readers and you can tell this by coming into our house, as you'll generally find books laying around our house, sometimes in piles. It's probably my biggest hobby. I'll read fiction, non-fiction, sports, just about anything that I can get my hands on. I guess mystery/action/adventure stories are my current favorites. Some of my favorite authors are Larry McMurtry ( "Lonesome Dove" ), Tom Clancy ( "Red Storm Rising" ), James Grisham ( "A Time To Kill" ), and John D. McDonald ( Any of the Travis McGee Series I have recently become acquainted with Rick Riordan and his "Tres Navarre" character, which has a nice Buffett tie-in (and he gave RACAfest and my old Buffett list a nice plug in his book, "The Devil Went Down to Austin". I recommend Rick's books also. I used to really enjoy the Spencer novels by Robert B. Parker, and still do read them, but don't think they're nearly as much fun as they used to be. Spencer's just gotten to be too "nice".

    152. Meg's Boyfriend Jimmy Smits
    A fan explains why she likes the actor.

    153. Blues Lyrics On Line: JIMMY WITHERSPOON
    Small collection of lyrics.
    Blues Lyrics: Jimmy Witherspoon
    He was born in Gurdon, Arkansas in 1923. He sang in the church choir while his mother played the piano. From 1941 to '43 he served in the Merchant Marine where he first performed (in Calcutta, with Teddy Weaterford's band). From 1944 until 1947 he worked with Jay McShann's band; after that he worked mostly freelance, with such jazz giants as Ben Webster, Jack McDuff, Groove Holmes, Roy Eldridge or Buck Clayton.
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    Key To The Highway
    This version of Big Bill Broonzy's classic blues comes from the Reprise LP "Roots", featuring Ben Webster. It was probably recorded early in the Sixties (the LP doesn't give details). Besides Webster's sax it also featured Gerald Wilson's trumpet and a rhythm section consisting of pianist Ernie Freeman, drummer Jim Miller and bassist Ralph Hamilton. See also: Key To The Highway (Broonzy - Segar) I've got the key to the highway Yes I'm billed out and bound to go I'm gonna leave here runnin' 'Cause walking's just too slow I'm going back to the border Where I'm better known 'Cause you haven't done nothin' But broke up our happy home Now give me one more kiss baby Yes before I go 'Cause when I leave here this time baby I 'clare I won't be back no more So long, goodbye Yes I have to say goodbye 'Cause I'm gonna walk, walk this old highway Until the day I die
    Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

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    A look at Carter's contributions to world peace efforts both during and after his administration.
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    155. New Page 1
    Fan site. Includes news, extensive discography, lyrics, photos, posters, DVDs, and past tours.
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    156. Twangin'! Interview: Jimmy LaFave
    Jimmy LaFave
    Interview by Jim Catalano
    Over the course of four albums for the Bohemia Beat label, including his latest, Road Novel , Austin singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave has shown a gift for blending a variety of influences-folk, rock 'n roll, country and, most of all, Bob Dylan. And topping it all off is that voice-sort of a mix between Rod Stewart and Steve Forbert, with the phrasing of Van Morrison thrown in for good measure. Born in Wills Point, Texas, LaFave moved to Oklahoma when he was fifteen, then moved back to Austin ten years ago. Musically, he's a product of both areas. "There's so much music that's come from Oklahoma - Woody Guthrie, J.J. Cale, Chet Baker, Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Reba, Leon Russell," LaFave says in recent phone call from Milwaukee. "There's a cool music scene around Tulsa and Stillwater that has its own sound, like Memphis or New Orleans. They call it 'red dirt music.'" During his years in Stillwater, LaFave frequently crossed paths with a young upstart named Garth Brooks. In fact, the two shared a couple of band members. "We used to play the same club in Stillwater called Willy's, which is where he got his start," LaFave says. "He was the Wednesday Happy Hour guy, and I would play the Friday and Saturday nights. At the time, he was just starting out. He was a fraternity guy and was on the track team. All he really did was cover song - Dan Fogelburg, lots of George Strait." Was there any clue to Brooks' eventual superstardom? "Not really," LaFave says. "He was always a nice guy; he wasn't a jerk or anything. He was a business major, so he was really good at promotion. One year, he went into a local studio and recut the 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' as 'The Cornhuskers came down to Stillwater' before a game with Nebraska and sold it out in front of the stadium. I'm not surprised that when he went to Nashville he fit so well, because he's pretty good at being willing to do anything it took to make it. Whereas I probably wouldn't last too long in Nashville - if they told me what to do, I'd say 'forget it.'"

    157. Steve's Jimmy Spencer Page
    Includes photo gallery, links, statistics and biography.

    158. James "Jimmy" Stewart - Everyman
    A salute to classic actor with images, and free downloads.
    Thanks, Jeff JS Biography James Maitland Stewart was born May 20, 1908 in Indiana, PA, USA, and passed away in Beverly Hills CA, USA, as the result a pulmonary embolus on July 2, 1997.
    His gentle, small town demeanor served him well in portraying a variety of characters in his long and distinguished career.
    He grew up Indiana, Pennsylvania and never forgot his old hometown. He was an amateur magician and appeared in Triangle Club shows while at Princeton, where he studied architecture.
    After graduation, classmate Joshua Logan persuaded him to join the University Players whose members included Henry Fonda and Margaret Sullavan.
    Fonda and Stewart roomed together when they went to work on Broadway in 1932 and films in 1935.
    Margaret Sullavan insisted he be given roles in her films which was a great help to him. His "aw shucks" appeal also made him a favorite with casting directors.
    Great roles and honors began in the late 1930's and continued throughout his career. When he won the Oscar for Best Actor in 1940, he sent it to his father in Indiana, PA, who put it in his hardware store. The award remained there for 25 years.
    He was the first Hollywood star to enter the service for World War II, joining in 1940. He was initially refused entry into the Air Force because he weighed 5 pounds less than the required 148 pounds, but he talked the recruitment officer into admitting him. He eventually became a Colonel, and earned the Air Medal, the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Croix de Guerre and 7 battle stars. In 1959, serving in the Air Force Reserve, he became a brigadier general, the highest ranking entertainer in the U.S. military.

    159. Find A Grave
    Photographs and location.

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