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  • MY REVIEW: Steve Keely is a hard working executive for an automotive parts firm.

    Review - The God Particle, Richard Cox

  • In addition, there's Nancy Harms , a smooth-voiced, understated vocalist, who functions as Keely Smith to Mr. Gordon's Louis Prima , even as they sing the Louis-Ella Fitzgerald duet "Dream a Little Dream of Me"; and precocious pianist Aaron Diehl , who also leads the after-hours set.

    Birthday Wishes, Halloween Dreams

  • F Reggie Keely was the team's leading shot-blocker as a freshman with 26.

    Mid-American Conference

  • Sonny and Cher took the Louis and Keely act and draped it in hippie drag.

    Both Leading Man and Comic Relief

  • After last year's Opportunity Collaboration concluded its work, the CEO of Bamboo Finance Keely Stevenson herself a rock star change-maker, sent me a poem by the American novelist and social activist Marge Piercy.

    Jonathan Lewis: Work of the World Is Common As Mud

  • Occasionally they were joined by a woman, perhaps the singer Keely Smith, whom Sinatra dated, or Shirley MacLaine, who had a walk-on part in Ocean's 11, the film that celebrated their camaraderie.

    When the Rat Pack ruled supreme

  • "It's every girl's dream to be a princess, isn't it?" said Emma's mother, Keely Withers , of London.

    Fairy Tale Comes to Life for Queen's Youngest Subjects

  • Butera's raucous good nature was a big reason why Prima picked him as the bandleader when he and fourth wife, Keely Smith, launched a Las Vegas lounge act.

    When Italians Ruled the Airwaves

  • To boot, Keely Crook brought in the biggest fish for a woman noodler at 32.6 pounds and the biggest stringer for a woman at 86.8 pounds.

    68.6-Pound Cat Set Okie Noodling Tourney Record

  • Keely Wachs, spokesman for Brightsource, based in Oakland, Calif., says the presence of industrial giants helps validate the sector, which in turn helps the smaller companies compete with other renewable-energy technologies such as photovoltaics, the panels used to collect solar rays.

    GE's Big Bet On Small Firms

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