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  • This sister of actor, Warren Beaty is an outspoken American actress and dancer known for her deft portrayal of charmingly eccentric characters and for her interest in mysticism and reincarnation.

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  • Mr. Beaty is one of eight residents — and he was one of more than 300 applicants.

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  • We all met and went ahead till we passed Huntsville and camped at a large spring called Beaty's Spring.

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  • As for Ned Beaty, I always assumed he was billed in Network.

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  • Earlier this year, actor and playwright Daniel Beaty put up his one-man show, "Through the Night," at Riverside Church near Columbia University.

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  • Among them were two heavyweights on the board: Marielle Theron, a veteran from global insurer Swiss Re and Tony Coleman, chief risk officer of Insurance Australia Group, apart from William Beaty and Richard Mucci, the nominees from New York Life.

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  • In "O Youth and Beaty!" it's his self-hatred for the lesser man he's become.

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  • Beaty also brought from Kansas the Jayhawks former offensive line coach and run game coordinator John Reagan.

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  • -- Rice landed former Kansas wide receiver coach David Beaty as offensive coordinator.

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  • Beaty returns to the Rice staff, where he made his college coaching debut in 2006.

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