Dallas

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winning game

, containing a $1 million winning game piece. Although game rules prohibited the transfer of prizes, McDonald's waived the rule and is making the $50,000 annual payments. Donor Turns Fast Food Into Big Bucks For Hospital, ''The New York Times''. Investigations later indicated, and Jacobson himself admitted, that he had sent the winning piece to the hospital.


based music

(martial arts) black belt in taekwondo. She also has experience in kickboxing and boxing. Long founded co-founded numerous broadcast and radio syndication companies, including Dallas based TM Productions Starr Broadcasting, FirstCom Jim Long Music, Long-Pride Broadcasting, and a Nashville (Nashville, Tennessee) based music and publishing group, OneMusic. In early 1967, after a year as Program Director of WIBC

; Dallas, Texas (Dallas) '''8b''' Raleigh, North Carolina '''7b''' - After moving back to L.A. in 1988 in 1991, he primered the Banana Joe Flashback show on KIIS-FM, which, for over five years was a huge success as the first retro 70's 80's based music show on Top 40, also Joe became National Programming Marketing Director for Premiere Radio Networks, helping them to grow into one the largest Radio Network in the USA. He acted in films such as ''Mulholland Falls'' and ''An Oasis In Manhattan''. He then moved to Denver on BIG DOG 92.5, KZDG where he launched the country station owned by Premiere. After that, Joe rejoined his mentor Jay Cook former President of Gannett Radio as VP Programming at Gannett's Tampa stations. He later moved to Dallas to host a top-rated morning show on KTXQ MAGIC 102-FM which specialized in Jammin' Oldies. From Dallas, Banana Joe also did mornings via satellite for sister stations WOCL Orlando, and KHYL Sacramento. Finally he moved to another Oldies station K-EARTH 101 in Los Angeles. and later created a talk show "The Joe Zone"Banana Joe is currently the owner operator of www.flashback40.com, an on-line radio station, that doesn't work. '''White Rock Creek''' is a 30 mile (48.3 km) creek (stream) (cf. river (stream)) in the Elm Fork Trinity River (Trinity River (Texas)) watershed (drainage basin). From its headwaters (source (river)) near Frisco, Texas, it runs south-by-south-east through suburban Dallas for 23.5 miles (37.8 km) where it widens into White Rock Lake, then continues south for another 8 miles (12.9 km) to its mouth (stream) on the Trinity River, of which it is a major tributary. ''WWE Homecoming (WWE Raw#Return to USA Network)'' October 3, 2005 Dallas, TX (Texas) - The theme for ISDC 2007 was "From Old Frontiers to New: Celebrating 50 Years of Space Flight" and was hosted by The National Space Society of North Texas chapter of Dallas, Texas over the Memorial Day weekend of May 24–28, 2007 Today Fulbright & Jaworski represents businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals in all types of legal matters. The firm has 11 U.S. offices in Houston, New York, Washington, D.C., Austin (Austin, Texas), Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri) and San Antonio, and six international offices in Beijing, London, Hong Kong, Munich, Dubai and Riyadh. The international offices are involved in matters involving international commerce, including the European Union and its body of international law; the economic development of emerging countries in Asia and elsewhere; and representation of international clients in the United States. The Shelby Hamfest, hosting 8,000 to 12,000 visitors per year is perhaps the second largest hamfest in the United States, and claims to be the largest in the Southeast (Southeastern United States). http: www.shelbyhamfest.org Rising stars of Hamfests are the annual event in Orlando, Florida (often coupled with a family vacation) and the one in the Dallas area (lately held in the city of Plano (Plano, Texas)). Hamfests can also be as small as a few hundred local attendees. - Dallas Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas


based research

City - History Cheetos were invented in the 1940s by Fritos creator Charles Elmer Doolin, who cooked early test batches in the Frito Company's Dallas, Texas-based research and development kitchen. The cheese-flavored snack sold quickly, but Doolin did not have the production or distribution capacity to support a nationwide launch. This led Doolin to partner with potato chip businessman Herman W. Lay for marketing and distribution, and Cheetos were introduced nationally


commercial recording

Indianapolis, the 24-year-old Long was given the opportunity to move to Texas by composer Tom Merriman who was working at Dallas-based Commercial Recording Corporation (CRC). Within six months, he and Merriman would launch TM Productions, Inc. "Before partnering with Jim Long in 1967 to create one of the nation’s most influential commercial jingle and radio ID production companies, TM Productions, Tom Merriman was a staff writer for various production houses

, an independent producer, the owner of CRC (Commercial Recording Corporation), where he wrote and recorded a custom jingle for the ''Dallas Morning News'': “Start the day with the world on your doorstep, with the Dallas Morning News”." www.tommerrimantribute.com Ken R. LLC, THE JINGLE BOOK, THE AUTHORITATIVE GUIDE TO THE HISTORY, DEVELOPMENT AND CREATION OF RADIO JINGLES


guitar sound

work in the 1940s. His R&B influenced backing and saxophone imitating lead guitar sound would become an influential part of the electric blues sound that would be perfected in Chicago by artists like Muddy Waters. The state R&B recording industry was based in Houston with labels like Duke Peacock (Peacock Records), which in the 1950s provided a base for artists who would later pursue the electric Texas


young life

IT UP' work New York Daily News date November 9, 1999 url http: www.nydailynews.com archives entertainment 1999 11 09 1999-11-09_joining_the_class_struggle_r.html accessdate September 25, 2010 According to the State of Texas. ''Texas Birth Index, 1926–1995''. Searchable at http: www.familytreelegends.com records txbirths the son of Jonetta Patton (née O'Neal) and Usher Raymond III. Usher spent the majority of his young life in Chattanooga, Tennessee


guitar singing

death_place Dallas, Texas, United States instrument Guitar, vocals (singing) Early life and name variations When King was only six, his mother Ella Mae and his uncle began teaching Freddie guitar. In autumn 1949 King and his family moved from Dallas to the South Side (South Side (Chicago)) of Chicago.


modern beautiful

with classic Southern dishes in a modern, beautiful setting, complete with patio with stunning views of the Arts District. Drink *


bright quot

No Longer Seems to Shine as Bright" , ''New York Times'', May 5, 2003. Retrieved on March 28, 2009. Before joining the network, she worked at KDFW-TV in Dallas, where she won an Emmy Award. She also hosted ''MSNBC Investigates'', worked at NBC News, and became a host of ''HomePage'' along with Gina Gaston and Mika Brzezinski. They graduated to larger clubs in Dallas


scale participating

is the TOC (Tournament of Champions (Tournament of Champions (debate))), in which qualification is required by winning bids from at least two large-scale, participating tournaments by advancing to a certain stage depending on the size of the tournament. About 70 teams of two from around the country qualify for the TOC every year. In 1971 he founded the non-profit Intertect Relief and Reconstruction Corp. of Dallas, Texas, a relief mission technical assistance and training company. This company became the major disaster relief agency, Interworks. Cuny also founded the Center for the Study of Societies in Crisis which became known as the Cuny Center after his death. He worked in countries such as Biafra, Guatemala, Ethiopia, Iraq, Somalia, and Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina). At the end of his life he was working closely with George Soros' Open Society Institute, and was instrumental in the early stages of founding the International Crisis Group, which seeks to institutionalize the knowledge base of relief experts. Cuny was named a MacArthur Fellow in 1995, but disappeared before he could officially receive his award. The Rams remained solid contenders in the 1970s, winning seven straight NFC West Championships between 1973–79. Though a strong team, the Rams lost the first four conference championship games they played in that decade, twice to Minnesota (1974, 1976) and twice to Dallas (1975, 1978) and failed to win a Super Bowl. Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas

Dallas

'''Dallas''' The United States Census Bureau's estimate for the city's population increased to 1,257,676, as of 2013.

The city is the largest economic center of the 12-county Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington (Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex) metropolitan area, which had a population of 6,810,913 as of July 1, 2013. and was 14th in world rankings of GDP by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Located in North Texas, Dallas is the main core of the largest inland metropolitan area in the United States that lacks any navigable link to the sea.

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