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Coleman

Ornette . born 1930, US avant-garde jazz alto saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist
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Some defense attorneys didn't know about Coleman's shady past, while others couldn't persuade judges to admit the information in court.
The claim that Smith abused his power by threatening Coleman with prosecution unless she paid back stolen funds was contradicted by Coleman's written affidavit, making her testimony unsound.
Echoing Coleman's early comment on the late Paleozoic ice ages, he concluded that the late Precambrian glaciation had been the most 'severe of all in earth history; in fact, no less than 'the world's greatest ice age'.
Full of twists and turns, jagged detours, startling contortions, and "stained and broken teeth," Coleman's explosive reach explores and makes tangible every aspect of the vernacular in urban living--elucidating the meaning-filled contradictions of folks' endeavors to survive and thrive in the face of pervasive hostilities, violent rages, and coreplex and competing desires.
Coleman's Black Male Fiction and the Legacy of Caliban appears at a cardinal moment in what some have called the "third renaissance" of African-American literary art.
True, Jesse Ventura placed himself somewhere between Humphrey's liberalism and Coleman's conservatism, but it was never very clear just where he stood.
Coleman's contraption is not only a novel toy, it is also a mechanical model that may provide new insights into how people walk.
The county seat is in Coleman's hometown of Hayneville, a town of 936 souls.
This announcement marks Coleman's entry into the home safety and security marketplace," said Michael Hammes, Coleman's chairman and chief executive officer in a statement.
I am standing before James Coleman's La Tache Aveugle (The blind spot, 1978-90), a slide projection derived from a brief sequence, less than a second long, of the 1933 film The Invisible Man.