Hines


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Hines

Earl, known as Earl "Fatha" Hines. 1905--83, US jazz pianist, conductor, and songwriter
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It got darker and darker, and it was a beautiful time to give the crowd the slip; but that big husky had me by the wrist -- Hines -- and a body might as well try to give Goliar the slip.
Hines he hurt my wrist dreadful pulling and tugging so, and I reckon he clean forgot I was in the world, he was so excited and panting.
Joe Hines, ex-lumber-jack, came down with an impact equal to a fall from a two-story building--his overthrow accomplished by a cross-buttock, delivered, he claimed, before he was ready.
If I was you, Daylight, I wouldn't mush to-day," Joe Hines counselled, coming in from consulting the spirit thermometer outside the door.
Look here, Hines, you only ben in this here country three years.
Duncan Hines brings to market the first-of-its-kind cake, just the right size for two to four people, complete with frosting and pan
Hines was not entitled to a seventh court-appointed lawyer because of his "dilatory and abusive conduct'' toward the six lawyers who were assigned to represent him in the past.
General contractor Turner Construction Company raised the final beam for the building in a ceremony attended by l-r: Mike Ottavio-Hines, Seppi Colloredo-Mansfeld, Hines; Evan Haskell, CBRE; Dan Doty, Hines; Sarah Hawkins, Hines; Doug Schwartz, JPM; Andrea Pierce, JPM; Jeremy Hopkins, JPM; Tiffany Rufrano, JPM; Annie Yan, PCF; Kerry Sheehan, PCF; Yvonne Szeto, PCF; Howard Fiddle, CBRE; Tommy Craig, Hines; Frank Garigliano, Hines; Charlie Murphy, Turner; Pasquale Eboli, Hines.
Hines will be recognized at an awards ceremony in Washington, D.
Hines Global REIT and Moorfield have completed their pounds 190m acquisition of eight buildings at Brindleyplace in Birmingham -one of the largest commercial property deals seen outside of London.
xiii-xiv; essay "Earl 'Fatha' Hines and the Art of the Jazz Piano Solo," p.