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John. 1871--1951, US painter and etcher, a leading member of the group of realistic painters known as the Ash Can School. His pictures of city scenes include McSorley's Bar (1912) and Backyards, Greenwich Village (1914)
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Sloan graduated from Galatia High School in 1946 and went on to attend Southern Illinois University Carbondale, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1949.
The rest of the work on the novel, which has the name of the Jenner sisters, has been completed by Maya Sloan.
Ex-policeman Mr Sloan, 50, of Garston, claims he was victimised after he blew the whistle over alleged malpractice at the club involving a senior official.
Sloan and his team-mates went in at the interval shell-shocked as they trailed 2-0 after Sean Jamieson and Scott Gibson had put the visitors in command.
Loughery contrasts Rewald's comments with his own experience working with Helen Farr Sloan (1911-2005), the artist's second wife and widow, who he suggests was syndrome-free.
Mr Sloan, of Downhill, Sunderland, finished third in the race but witnesses said they saw him board a bus and then get off before the end and rejoin the race.
The five-year collaboration between MIT Sloan and Sabanci School of Management includes classes and other training for executive MBA students in Cambridge and presentations by MIT Sloan Faculty at Sabanci's campus in Istanbul, said a statement posted on Sabanci University's website.
Not so long ago, the folks in Salt Lake City were looking to fit Sloan, a 19-year veteran, with a rocking chair for retirement, but Sloan has fused together some parts and has the Jazz playing as well as it ever did in the Karl Malone-John Stockton era.
Sloan stared straight ahead as he was sentenced at the High Court in Glasgow to six years in a young offenders' institute.
By comparing the size of these lumps with that of the vast clusters of galaxies in the Sloan map, astronomers have pinned down several key measures of the universe to an unprecedented accuracy.
Both Hershman and Fleming say the "linchpin" to getting the merger of equals complete was the role of Jonathan Sloan, president of CHRC.
Her mother-in-law Karen Sloan said she had also told police her elderly, terminally-ill mother was a drug dealer who had hit her.