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  • If you're a deep fan you already know about "Shakey" - Jimmy McDonnough's terrific bio of Neil.

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  • Things hadn't been easy for a while: Jayne had been drinking for almost six years and had subsequently got involved with Richard - known as Shakey - who was also an alcoholic.

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  • Walter "Shakey" Horton, originally a teenage harp wizard from Mississippi who became the premier Chicago soloist after the war; Honeyboy Edwards,

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  • "Neil got polio and lost all his girlish curves," Rassy, Young's indomitable mother and a central character in "Shakey," tells McDonough.

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  • The chain got its name from co-founder Sherwood "Shakey" Johnson, who got his nickname from nerve damage he suffered while serving in World War II.

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  • And T&T also have the West Ham goalie 'Shakey' Hislop!

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  • Yet for all the fantastic advances in computing and engineering that put two men on the moon by 1969, the best-known 1960s robotics experiment was "Shakey", a tall robot that wandered Stanford

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  • But it was a breakthrough - the school's first-ever trip to Lakeland - under sixth-year coach Marcos "Shakey" Rodriguez.

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  • In his autobiography "Shakey," Neil Young praised Martin's musical sensitivity.

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  • And as Neil has made clear over the years since the publication of "Shakey," he's still got much more to give.

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  • Shakey was the nickname for SRI International's actual robot built in the 1980s. It was so-named because of the difficulty of taking images with its robotic eye (camera) due to shaking when it moved or came to a stop.

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