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  • Best known for his work with Lyle Lovett, he also works as a producer, most recently honchoing Mary Chapin Carpenter's new disc "The Age of Miracles."

    Abbey Road and the Day Studio Music Died

  • And this is when Anne Milgram was honchoing the pursuit of traffickers.

    Plainfield and AG nominee Milgram

  • After praising Brown ( "Brownie, you're doing a heck of job"), Bush last week removed him from honchoing the Katrina relief operation.

    How Bush Blew It

  • Later, operating out of the White House, he helped implement the Clinton "triangulation" strategy, honchoing the "Hundred Thousand Cops on the Street" and other programs.


  • Baker, of course, honchoing the Bush legal effort down in Florida.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Trial for Seminole County Absentee Ballots in Evidence Phase - December 6, 2000

  • Committee, is better off honchoing the new governor's budget and trying to position himself to become the first gay state Senate president.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Chris did an entirely admirable job for years organizing, promoting, growing and honchoing the event!


  • Yahoo! cofounder David Filo's honchoing the Yahoo end of the project, which also includes Wal-Mart and a bunch of government and environmental organizations.

    Tech Beat - BusinessWeek

  • Mozilla may not want that responsibility -- there must be a lot of headaches, as it is, honchoing the development of a free piece of technology.

    ChannelWeb Complete Feed

  • He has the experience of becoming acquainted with, and then hired by unrepentant domestic terrorist William Ayers, whereby he gained quite possibly the closest thing to executive experience on his resume - the almost completely ineffectual (at least the part Bill and Barry were honchoing, despite millions of dollars expended) Annenberg Challenge.

    Silent Running


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