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  • The colt, named for McNair and stable manager John Adger, is 5-1 on the Belmont morning line.

    USATODAY.com - NcNair: Football, horse-racing wins 'both hard to come by'

  • But Adger died in the mid-1990s, so there was no way of confirming with Adger that he asked Barnes to make the call.

    COURAGE AND CONSEQUENCE

  • Her name was Andrea Anderson, the niece of Marsha Adger.

    Long Way Home

  • The first issue, she said, was about the people who wanted to testify for Jovan—his boss from a job in high school, neighbors from his old neighborhood, friends of his family, and Marsha Adger, the woman Jovan knew from prison ministry.

    Long Way Home

  • But Adger died in the mid-1990s, so there was no way of confirming with Adger that he asked Barnes to make the call.

    COURAGE AND CONSEQUENCE

  • Four years after he arrived at SuperMax, Jovan met Marsha Adger in the chapel on the Christian Deck.

    Long Way Home

  • He and Marsha Adger went from one state building to next, from one federal authority to another, asking for help.

    Long Way Home

  • Marsha Adger, the woman whom Jovan met while she was preaching in SuperMax, stepped up to the plate, big time, and offered to let Jovan stay with her and her son.

    Long Way Home

  • She studied photography with her father Gordon Parks, and Adger Cowans.

    The Sweet Breath of Life

  • Adger Cowans received a B.F.A. degree in photography at Ohio University in 1958 and served as a military photographer in the United States Navy.

    The Sweet Breath of Life

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