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  • One manager there was so frustrated that he called Lee's bankers at Credit Suisse AG last month to berate them for sabotaging his plans, according to a person familiar with the matter.

    For Vultures, Slim Pickings

  • Although it's easy to call Lee's mistake out as hypocrisy, it might be even worse than that.

    Boing Boing

  • Anyone with information is asked to call the Lee's Summit police at 816-969-1752. Front Page

  • But they call their talk show Naneun Ggomsuda, or "I'm a petty-minded creep," borrowing a nickname Mr. Lee's most vociferous critics apply to the president.

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  • In imposing the sentence, Magistrate Judge Arthur J. Boylan called Lee's behavior "arrogant and offensive."

  • I was really excited to have that relationship that most mirrored my mom's and Carol Lee's" - the housekeeper he grew up with - "in my life."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Over the years, Lee's bio graphers have diligently undermined parts of this tale.

    More Than a Girl With a Gimmick

  • In 2009, Noralee Frankel did her homework in the archives and produced "Stripping Gypsy: The Life of Gypsy Rose Lee," which restored some of the truth about her story — inevitably without the panache that made Lee's own life such a wonderful performance.

    More Than a Girl With a Gimmick

  • These good wishes, sent to the First Lady of the Striptease by former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in 1959, suggest the magnitude of Lee's celebrity at that time.

    More Than a Girl With a Gimmick

  • Lee's main gripe, she says, is that good clients are being treated like people at risk.

    Sliding economy raises questions about credit scores


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