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Shepard

1. Alan Bartlett, Jr. 1923--98, US naval officer; first US astronaut in space (1961)
2. Sam, original name Samuel Shepard Rogers. born 1943, US dramatist, film actor, and director. His plays include Chicago (1966), The Tooth of Crime (1972), and Buried Child (1978): films as actor include Days of Heaven (1978) and The Right Stuff (1983); films as director include Far North (1989) and Silent Tongue (1994)
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This month, Shepard was named the Librarian of the Year by the Illinois Library Association.
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Liverpool Crown Court heard magistrates handed Shepard the two-year restraining order on February 14.
Liverpool Crown Courtheard magistrates handed Shepard the two-year restraining order for the conviction on February 14 this year.
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Bell and Shepard are parents to Lincoln, 4, and Delta, 2.
Shepard, raised by an abusive and alcoholic father, wrote both covertly and openly about being raised on a steady diet of fear and guilt.
Chapter 1, entitled "Surrealism and Sam Shepard's Early Plays: 1964-1967," considers Shepard's theatrical work as it grew "from exercises in the deliverance of uninhibited, uncensored thought" (xii).
As Co-Motion's sole owner, Shepard said he will continue to operate the 19-employee business in west Eugene.