Lucas, Scott

Lucas, Scott (Wike)

(1892–1968) U.S. senator; born near Chandlerville, Ill. Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives (Dem., Ill. 1935–39) and to the U.S. Senate (1939–1951), he supported the New Deal, serving as Democratic whip and Senate majority leader. His liberal beliefs left him politically vulnerable in the McCarthy era, and he was defeated in his bid for reelection to a third term.
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Industrial Society and the Science Fiction Blockbuster: Social Critique in Films of Lucas, Scott and Cameron
Swansea City: Zabaret, Alfei, Shepherd, Jones, Tancock (capt), Gogic, Gorre (Hedges 82), Lucas, Scott, Donnelly, Loveridge (Meade 65).
Lindley Saddle: Richard Cowie, Scott Batler, Daniel Massey, Killion Cropper, Robert Dixon, Richard Mosley, Brad Stansfield, Jimmy Meadows, Josh Greenan, Dale McLean, Josh Smith, Adam Heath, Ash Lucas, Scott Baxter, Mick Greenan.
Directed by Jon Lucas, Scott Moore; stars Miles Teller, Justin Chon, Skylar Astin
2) At top, the group Childhood: from left, Ken Ebell, Dan Lucas, Scott Ricciuti and Greg Passer (photo by Patrick O'Connor).
Last season's leading scorer David Lucas, Scott Kerr, Anthony Brewis, Liam Grant and James Hind are all sidelined.
EXEC PRODUCERS: Jon Lucas, Scott Moore, Nina Wass, Ira Ungerleider, Ryan Seacrest, Adam Sher
CUTLINE: (1) Greg McKillop (2) Huck band members, from left, Dan Lucas, Scott Ricciuti and Paul Dagnello (3) The trophy for Louder Than A Bomb, which was designed by Worcester poet Bill MacMillan and is currently owned by the Worcester Youth Poetry Slam Team.
Phillips, Craig Mazin, BASED ON CHARACTERS CREATED BY Jon Lucas, Scott Moore.
Screenplay, Phillips, Craig Mazin, Scot Armstrong, based on characters created by John Lucas, Scott Moore.
Allen, Caleb Wilson, Jon Lucas, Scott Moore; story, Allen, Wilson.
Screenplay, Jon Lucas, Scott Moore; story, Yoni Berkovitz, Tony Dreannan, Tom Gainmill, Max Pross.