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  • He wheeled to put the tag on Hart's upper leg as the Brewers runner slid in a very close play at the plate.

    The Seattle Times

  • So I'm over here trying to get some writing done (or weaving and breathing my storylines, at it were) and I have this goofy song stuck in my head, Corey Hart's one-hit wonder, "Sunglasses at Night."

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Now that I think about it, I can't off-hand think of any examples of henotheism in fantasy fiction except Orson Scott Card's Hart's Hope, which has a god called God whose followers worship him exclusively, even though the other deities, the Hart and the Sweet Sisters, unquestionably exist.

    SF Signal's Mind Meld: Polytheism vs. Monotheism

  • One might accept Hart's analysis of the past, without necessarily seeing it as indicative of the future.

    Matt J. Rossano: The Christian Revolution

  • On "It Never Entered My Mind," he inhabited Lorenz Hart's lyric so fully that he even seemed to be scratching his own back as he played.

    Getting Down, Giving Back

  • "The Bard's Broadway" - which will be launched with Rodgers and Hart's "The Boys From Syracuse" adapted from "The Comedy of Errors" and the 1971 rock musical "Two Gentlemen of Verona" - is one of the innovative features of the company's 2011-12 season.

    Shakespeare Theatre Company fetes Michael Kahn in 25th-anniversary season

  • Cranston won what was supposedly a big victory in the Wisconsin straw poll, a farce at a state Democratic convention in Milwaukee which I saw up close and personal, having been brought in to run Hart's advance and take over a congressional district whose coordinator had quit to go to work for Cranston!

    William Bradley: Of "A Theory That's Out There," GOP Straw Polls, Martha's Vineyard Vacations, and Other Follies

  • Even Rodgers and Hart's "Johnny One Note" now seems to describe a trumpet-like tsunami of sound that could engulf and devour all of creation.

    Highlights and Dark Nights

  • [1] Hart's note is worth reprinting here: 'It was in June 1801

    Letter 72

  • Alex Hart, 49, of Atlanta, and the eldest of Ms. Hart's three brothers, called her death a "bizarre and tragic accident" and said he understood why it struck a chord with New Yorkers.

    Elevator Mishap Is Fatal


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