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played on the station, Millard called-in and spoke with the crew; MercyMe then came in and played the song live. Parker grew up in Kemp, Texas, just outside of Dallas, and played collegiately for Centenary College (Centenary College of Louisiana) in Louisiana for three years beginning in 1932. Parker then signed with the Lions as a fullback in 1935, and during his first season, he helped the team capture


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Production was handled by Badu, Madukwu Chinwah, John Meredith, James Poyser, and The Roots. ''Baduizm'' serves as a landmark album in the neo soul genre, as it helped develop its popularity and commercial visibility at the time of the album's release. In July of 1976, Ike was scheduled to leave United Artists Records and was set to sign a contract with Cream Records for a reported yearly amount of $150,000, which would have kept Tina

And `Miami Vice' on Record work Newsday date url http: www.chron.com CDA archives archive.mpl?id 1985_3027


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in the Sand: Jesus and the Soul of the Gospels,'' in May 2009. His latest book, ''Care of the Soul in Medicine'', was published in April 2010 by Hay House. A collection of short stories about golf, ''The Guru of Golf'' was published mid-2010. Rivalry with KKBQ In late 1982, top 40 KKBQ AM (which had signed on in July of that year) moved to FM with great success. To counter KKBQ in the Arbitron ratings books, KRBE relaunched as "Hot Hits 104 KRBE" with a contemporary hits radio (CHR

) format in the mid-summer of 1985. Not too long after, KRBE dropped the "Hot Hits" slogan to become "Power 104". Both stations remained head to head throughout the remainder of the 1980s. In November 1986, Dallas-based Susquehanna Radio purchased KRBE as well as another Houston station broadcasting at 1070 AM, now known as KNTH. '''Match.com''' is an online dating company which reportedly has more than 20 million members, made up of a 49 51 male female ratio,<


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of America Plaza (Dallas) Bank of America Plaza , Renaissance Tower (Renaissance Tower (Dallas)), JPMorgan Chase Tower (JPMorgan Chase Tower (Dallas)), and Comerica Bank Tower. Several smaller structures are fashioned in the Gothic Revival (Gothic Revival architecture) style, such as the Kirby Building, and the neoclassical (neoclassical architecture) style, as seen in the Davis (Davis Building) and Wilson (Wilson Building (Dallas, Texas)) Buildings. One architectural &quot;hotbed


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. *1993 &ndash; Dobrinja mortar attack: 13 are killed and 133 wounded when Serb mortar shells are fired at a soccer game in Dobrinja, west of Sarajevo. *1999 &ndash; American Airlines Flight 1420 slides and crashes while landing at Little Rock National Airport, killing 11 people on a flight from Dallas to Little Rock. *2001 &ndash; Nepalese royal massacre: Crown Prince Dipendra of Nepal shoots and kills several members of his family including


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ReadArticle.asp?ArticleID 2459 In 1996, he was an elected delegate to the Texas Democratic Presidential Convention in Dallas, Texas. The station may be remembered for its variety of main stream hits from the 70s and 80s along with slick production and its punchy jingles from JAM Creative Productions in Dallas. A daily 10 minute show Captain Kremmen from Kenny Everett is still fondly remembered. Unsuccessful attempts to acquire "big names" also made

based in Dallas, Texas, United States During this period, the station's on-air jingles were made by JAM Creative Productions in Dallas, Texas. Such was the appeal of the packages of jingles that stations around the world wanted that WCBS-FM sound for their stations, including for example the UK's Victory FM. Tour Corteo's 2008 North American tour began on December 18, 2007, in Atlanta, with stops in Dallas, Houston, Columbus, Ohio Columbus


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Lightnin' Hopkins, Lil' Son Jackson, and T-Bone Walker. During the Great Depression in the 1930s, many bluesmen moved to cities like Galveston, Houston and Dallas. It was from these urban centers that a new wave of popular performers appeared, including slide guitarist and gospel singer Blind Willie Johnson and legendary vocalist Big Mama Thornton. T-Bone Walker relocated to Los Angeles to record his most influential

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 blues sound, including Johnny Copeland and Albert Collins. Freddie King, a major influence on electric blues, was born in Texas, but moved to Chicago as a teenager. His instrumental number "Hide Away" (1961), was emulated by British Blues artists including Eric Clapton. M. Roberty and C. Charlesworth, ''The complete guide to the music of Eric Clapton'' (Omnibus Press, 1995), p. 11. * '''University of Oklahoma''' and '''Oklahoma State University (Oklahoma State University–Stillwater)'''—The Bedlam Series encompasses all athletic contests between the two schools. * '''University of Oklahoma''' and '''University of Texas (University of Texas at Austin)'''—College football's Red River Shootout. The two teams play annually at the Cotton Bowl (Cotton Bowl (stadium)) in Dallas, with the fans of each side divided by the 50-yard line. The "Golden Hat (Red River Shootout trophies)" trophy is awarded to the winner. * '''University of Texas (University of Texas at Austin)''' and '''Texas A&M University''' —The Lone Star Showdown involves all athletic contests between the two schools. However, due to Texas A&M's upcoming move to the SEC, the football version of the rivalry will likely go dormant until at least 2018. traded_as Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas


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, Texas Victory Park , Downtown, Deep Ellum (Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas), Fair Park, South Dallas, and Pleasant Grove (Pleasant Grove, Dallas). The Orange Line initially operated as a peak-service line providing extra capacity on portions of the Green and Red Lines (Bachman Station on the Green Line, through the Downtown transit mall, to Parker Road Station on the Red Line making a "U"-shape). However, the first stage of the Orange Line is complete, extending its west

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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