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  • My memories of this song remain in Disgaea 2, where if you called Kurtis on the mobile phone, he would arrive to help you … along with this theme song. Antenna

  • Several great battle themes were also ruined by me calling Kurtis and having the song played …. Antenna

  • One client, Kurtis Blow, became in 1979 the first rapper signed to a major label.

    Ladies Love Cool Jams

  • L.Y.M.E.'s Vice President of Marketing Kurtis Greenwood said, The whole experience with JA has helped me develop my entrepreneurial skills and has also prepared me to start a business of my own with confidence that I can work with anyone, anywhere.

    Jack E. Kosakowski: Teen Entrepreneurs Show Us the Future of Business

  • And I understood the impulse when Ebert came back with a show he and his wife Chaz produced, using still other critics as stand-ins with a regular feature showing Ebert typing a review that a narrator, usually Bill Kurtis, read aloud as Ebert's voice.

    Marshall Fine: Dear Roger Ebert: Let Your TV Show End

  • Petty Officer 3rd Class Kurtis Lett, a Navy corpsman attached to the Marines, said the assignment is not without its charms.

    U.S. targets outskirts of Afghan cities

  • Guard Kurtis Woods improved dramatically as a sophomore, finishing as the team's second-leading scorer at 12.7 ppg and hitting 36.5 percent from the 3-point line.

    Atlantic Sun Conference

  • -- G Kurtis Woods was the team's second-leading scorer, but could make himself a tougher cover if he can score a little more off the dribble.

    Atlantic Sun Conference

  • F LaDaris Green was the nation's fifth-leading rebounder among freshmen, while Gs Kurtis Woods and Spencer Dixon matured as sophomores.

    Atlantic Sun Conference

  • Like Kurtis Blow, I liked the way they dribbled up and down the court.

    In the Time of Bobby Cox


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