White Bill

White (William DeKova) Bill

(1934–  ) baseball player, sportscaster, baseball executive; born in Lakewood, Fla. He attended college on an academic (not athletic) scholarship. After a 13-year career as a first baseman (1956–69), mostly for the St. Louis Cardinals, he was a television sportscaster (1971–88) and then baseball's first African-American league president—of the National League—(1988–93).
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In 1990, Congress passed the Ryan White bill to provide significant new funding to help state and local governments combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
"Its glossy green head, red and white bill and stripy body makes it one of the world's most beautiful birds so get out into the fresh air and see if you can spot this stunning duck."
This was no puny pileated; this was a whacking big bird, with great white patches on its wings and a gleaming white bill." It is hard to resist the feeling that Peterson, coming all that way for this moment, has found the holy grail.
The 20 cm -long bird, which has a distinctive white bill and jet black plumage,may have decided to quit South Stack after its close shave with a sparrow hawk at the weekend.
Its 47 bird species includes the bright yellow and black 'akiapola'au, the 'o'u (which has a yellow head), the 'io (dark brown and pale below with dark streaking or all brown), the koloa (resembles a dark female mallard), the 'alae ke'oke'o (grayish black with white bill), and the nene (gray-brown and black).
The ideal President is not, as one of my friends once said, a "white Bill Cosby.' There is still time for Americans to learn to distinguish political reality from situation comedy.
It is still putting on a show for the watchers.''The bird, with a distinctive white bill and black plumage, was first spotted early Sunday morning flying about burned heath land at South Stack.
The continuing support for Hart reflected in the Gallup/Nation poll suggests that his post-Rice problem is not so much what the press reported as what it, along with Hart, wrongly assumed: that the voters are unable or unwilling to accommodate themselves to a presidential candidate who violates the conventions of running for public office-in this case, the one that requires him to pretend to be like a character in one of the hundreds of happy nuclear families apotheosized in television sitcoms, a sort of white Bill Cosby.
The arrival of the bird, with its distinctive white bill and jet black plumage,has sparked excitement at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds reserve on Anglesey's north coast.
Standing under the high ceilings and tree-branch light fixtures of a characteristically quirky Austin co-working space, Andrew White billed himself on Tuesday morning as a governor who thinks like an entrepreneur.
Then, since it's illegal to get colour photocopies of real money, he turned his black and white bills into greenbacks with a green pencil.