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Halls of Fame

national shrines honoring outstanding individuals in a particular field (baseball, football, acting, Great Americans, etc.). [Am. Culture: WB, 9, 22–23]
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Since this is the Pro Football Hall of Fame, not the NFL Hall of Fame, it should be noted that Moon was even more prolific in the Canadian Football League - where he led the Edmonton Eskimos to five Grey Cup championships.
According to Hall of Fame Executive Director Valerie Wylie, the meeting of the two groups came about after Heuchling toured the mill and was struck by the potential mutual benefits of PIMA .
A man known by his first name alone - Babe, Mickey, Sandy, Reggie, Fernando - belongs in the Hall of Fame before a man identified by a docket number.
Six out of the eight previous Hall of Fame induction ceremonies have been televised (three on NBC, three on Fox).
Meeting in San Francisco during the Annual Convention of the National Automobile Dealers Association, the Hall of Fame Board elected:
For complete information on the Museum or membership packages, contact the Hall of Fame at (888) Hall-of-Fame or visit us on-line at www.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Gospel Music Hall of Fame & Museum announced October 28, 2003 that it will change its name to the International Gospel Music Hall of Fame & Museum.
His picture will join the 36 other photographs of polymer pioneers already showcased in the Hall of Fame gallery on Akron's campus.
The 1992 Radio Hall of Fame inductees are: Don Ameche, veteran pioneer radio actor, best remembered for his co-starring role in "The Bickersons;" Casey Kasem, dean of the nation's foremost syndicated music countdown shows, "Casey's Top 40" and "Casey's Countdown;" J.
Tedford was inducted into the Hall of Fame at NPTC's Annual Education Management Conference and Exhibition in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 2.
The Toy Industry Hall of Fame, created in 1984, honors individuals who have made a mark on the American toy industry.
All of those are ex-Angels in the Hall of Fame, having joined the team at ages ranging from Carew's 33 to Wilhelm's 45.