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Mudville

no joy here when Casey struck out. [Am. Sports Lit.: “Casey at the Bat” in Turlin, 642]
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As for current projects, Trevor and I--he's the sole offspring who seems to share this passion with his dad--are working on a Washington Nationals jersey, since his little brother, Jesse Nathaniel, is named after that team; a Mudville Nine shirt, inspired as much by a sports-themed cafe we visited in Disney World as the famous poem; and a Kansas City hockey jersey (K.
A long-time cult favorite of the jazz scene, Dred Scott has collaborated with some of the Lower East Side's most sought-after acts, including Norah Jones, Richard Julian, Sasha Dobson, Bill McHenry, Jay Collins, Rene Risque and the Art Lovers, Mudville and many others.
In short, they struck out, and there is no joy in Mudville.
Mudville - Iris Nova "They are from NewYork and they are a sort of odd electro torch-jazz band with a brilliant female singer.
Normally there is no joy in Mudville if Congress, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), or the inspector general (IG) has directed or is doing the assessment.
Casey is that star of the Mudville League who was poetically immortalized for striking out and leaving his team and young fans high and dry.
For the 1911 haters, there is no joy in Mudville, as this pistol works.
These "milbloggers"--such as The Mudville Gazette and Austin Bay--provided a counter-balance to the reporting of the mainstream media, setting the record straight in many instances by correcting skewed narratives and highlighting stories that the traditional media ignored.
If knowledge is power, then, in Fukuyama's assessment of what scholars can contribute to state-building, there is and should be no joy in Mudville.
The card author gives Casey a seven year career with the Mudville Nine, beginning in 1882 and ending in 1888, the year "Casey at the Bat" was published.
For that matter, Stockton has staked claim to none other than the Mighty Casey himself; the city is in a dispute with Holliston, Massachusetts, over which town is the real-life Mudville that inspired the famed Ernest L.