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  • Woolie Reitherman, Milt Kahl and [Don] Patt[erson] whip up an exciting climax, in this sequence, directed as the other "outside Monstro" sequences, by Bill Roberts, laid out by Al Zinnen.

    Prod. 2003 - Seq. 11 (I) - Now He's Mad!

  • One had a traditional patronym (his name was Sigurðer Flossison, his father was Flossi Sigurðerson, and so they went for generations); the other had a "family name" (Borg).

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  • He said files were kept on any erson known to have taken part in political actions.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The following formulas would give the date of their birth: Ralph Waldo (180) 3 E {m} erson; Oliver Wendell

    Assimilative Memory or, How to Attend and Never Forget

  • In thinking of McP.erson, I recall an interesting incident connected with Frank P. Blair, Jr. 's arrival with his corps about June 9, referred to by General Sherman (Vol. II, page 24).

    Forty-Six Years in the Army

  • D. _; J.G. Miner, 20; Miss D.E. E.erson, _for S. A.,

    The American Missionary — Volume 52, No. 1, March, 1898

  • She counted as friends the children of Hawthorne and Em - erson.

    Little Women

  • He had set out to interview the McP.erson one night after a session meeting, but fortunately J.P. Thornton prevented his impetuous friend making the mistake of approaching the elder on that difficult subject.

    The End of the Rainbow

  • J.P. Thornton and Jock McP.erson ushered on one side of the church, Lawyer Ed and Captain McTavish on the other, a very fitting arrangement, which mingled the old and the new schools.

    The End of the Rainbow

  • The rush of the day's business kept him from speaking to Jock McP.erson until late in the evening, when, at the end of the session meeting, he found himself walking away from the church with Mr. McP.erson on one side and his friend, J.P. Thornton, on the other.

    The End of the Rainbow

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