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Hammett

Dashiell. 1894--1961, US writer of detective novels. His books include The Maltese Falcon (1930) and The Thin Man (1932)
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Prior to TMCA, Hammett served as the Chief Operating Officer/Interim Chief Executive Officer of St.
John Ronald Fry III, Harold Pinkney Hammett III, brother of the bride, James Wilson Hood Jr.
With an academic's meticulous grasp of the original hints left by Hammett and a pulp writer's predilection for narrative propulsion, Gores knits together a clever and appropriate back story for the iconic detective that makes for a nifty period potboiler all on its own.
Though Hammett advocates congregational polity, he prefers "adopting a plurality of elders" (183) in a local church.
Mr Hammett said Bellamy collided with Miss Palmer as she walked in the opposite direction, and "words were exchang ed".
Hammett wanted to start her own business "to give really good customer service.
Too Many Have Lived,'' by Dashiell Hammett, read by Brian Cox.
Parker, Raymond Chandler, and Dashiell Hammett at the forefront of a venerable fiction tradition.
I'm just glad to see this guy," said Wade Hammett, hugging Staff Sgt.
A $2,000 scholarship was also awarded to both Deborah Hammett of Pace University and Anna Zuzick of Fairfield University.
New Zealand were dealt a blow in their build-up to today's Trinations Test against Australia in Sydney when hooker Mark Hammett failed a fitness test yesterday.