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Lardner

Ring(old Wilmer). 1885--1933, US short-story writer and journalist, whose best-known works are collected in How to Write Short Stories (1924) and The Love Nest (1926)
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We also pay homage to the brave and highly skilled women and men in the 49 demining teams currently operating across South Sudan," said Lardner.
Blise is an associate and business litigation lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, and she is a member of the firm's Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Bankruptcy & Business Reorganization Practices.
Lardner also became friends with Sox pitcher Doc White.
A 17-years-later sequel to "My Life's in Turnaround," "They're out of the Business" similarly conflates fact and fiction, as the onehit wonders played by writer-directors Eric Schaeffer and Donal Lardner Ward find themselves caught in a downward spiral, never having equaled the success of their earlier breakthrough.
Lardner unsuccessfully stood for Paisley and Renfrewshire North in 2005.
On his website, Mr Lardner spelt out his support for the former Section 28, which was introduced by Margaret Thatcher's government and outlawed the "promotion" of homosexuality in schools.
For example, when Ring Lardner wanted to "do some work" for American Magazine, Lorimer gave a proprietary reply: "If you have time to write two or three pieces for the American, why not do them for The Saturday Evening Post?
The names are among Chicago's great journalists: Ring Lardner.
Well, sorry, but if this is the sort of prose that makes one a 'legend' to the New York Times, these days, I can state with certainty that the truly great journalist/writers of the past- Lardner, Mencken, Mark Twain, Ambrose Bierce, Oscar Wilde- have little to fear in regards to usurpation of their laurels with this work.
Emma Lardner, corporate fundraising assistant said: 'We've been overwhelmed with the generosity of our supporters, the fabulous raffle prizes and the hard work of the committee'.
For example, "Hurry Kane" by Ring Lardner gives readers a taste of baseball's early years, in the Victorian era.