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Carroll

Lewis. real name the Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. 1832--98, English writer; an Oxford mathematics don who wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1872) and the nonsense poem The Hunting of the Snark (1876)
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McKnight caused a controversy during his news conference to announce he signed with USC on Wednesday, when he suggested he picked the Trojans after he listened to a conversation between Carroll and former tailback Reggie Bush.
Carroll has to begin sewing up all of the loose threads for the characters and bring them out to the fleet and the first missions over Afghanistan--and he does it well.
Without an in-depth internal reform of the church, Carroll believes, the stage is set for more cover-ups and denials.
Reared--along with his younger brother Courtney, and sister, Cheryl--by his loving grandmother when his alcoholic mother was no longer able to care for them, Carroll battles to retain his self-respect and dreams of other possibilities, even as the outside world tries to crush his will.
Michael Carroll argues that virtually all those who have discussed the devotional revolution have mistakenly supposed that the popular devotions which preceded it were a Celtic inheritance from pre-Christian Ireland.
Carroll may be an amateur, but he's done an awesome amount of homework and legwork; and his account, while depressingly familiar, is also clear and compelling.
Carroll dressed Alice as a "picturesque" beggar in imitation of the work of Oscar Rejlander, an early professional photographer who often posed his models as urchins.
A native of Bangor, Maine, Colonel Carroll graduated from the University of Maine in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science degree in foreign language education.
Clare Carroll, Tempe, AZ: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1997.
Carroll would find an identity, not as the priest that he became in response to his father's call rather than God's, but as a laicized writer who would publish nine novels, and then win a National Book Award for An American Requiem.
His son James, second of the five Carroll boys raised on General's Row next to General Curtis Lemay's manse at a Washington air base, condemned the U.