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Guthrie

1. Samuel. 1782--1848, US chemist: invented percussion priming powder and a punch lock for exploding it, and discovered chloroform (1831)
2. Sir (William) Tyrone. 1900--71, English theatrical director
3. Woody, full name Woodrow Wilson Guthrie. 1912--67, US folk singer and songwriter. His songs include "So Long, it's been Good to Know you" (1940) and "This Land is your Land" (1944)
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The topical songs that Phil Ochs wrote are still relevant today, just as the music of Woody Guthrie continues to address the struggles that we face in our society," said Deana McCloud, Executive Director for the Woody Guthrie Center.
Guthrie came through fingernail scrapings taken from the victim and blood found at the scene of the killing.
It likely will not enter into the hearts of Americans as have 'This Land Is Your Land' and other Guthrie songs, and it is not, contrary to the hints in Brinkley and Depp's introduction, much comparable to works of D.
That Guthrie strongly supported a movement responsible for mass murder was just "too silly to get to go into.
Like any believable myth, much of the Guthrie legend is grounded in fact.
Guthrie told the Chronicle: "We want to do even better in the second half of the season and stay where we are.
Guthrie said he has worked in the public, nonprofit and for-profit sectors on housing issues.
Guthrie was dismissed, although his three-game ban was not extended by the FA in mid-week, infuriating Hull chiefs.
There is considerable dispute as to whether Guthrie actually joined the Communist Party during the late 1930s.
Instead, Guthrie blames the animals' demise on a warming climate.
Guthrie, who has been named by some as the new Ian Rankin and who previously gave up writing after failing to get published, writes fiction about criminals, in a style inspired by authors such as James M Cain and David Goodis.
Guthrie backed up the following statements with the Conference Board's Index of Corporate Innovation, a survey report of approximately 280 businesses.