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 King Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His curse was: 1) that as the sound of the bell had been broken, so now would any sharp sound send Sweeney into madness, 2) as Sweeney had killed one of Ronan's monks, so would Sweeney die at spear point.
Unfortunately, a jealous herder killed Sweeney with a spear because his wife had been giving Sweeney milk.
On his death, Sweeney received the sacrament and died in reconciliation.
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 Claire Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Claire Sweeney (born April 17, 1972 in Liverpool) is a British actress who is best known for her role as Lindsey Corkhill in the Channel 4 soap opera Brookside.
Sweeney appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2001 in aid of Comic Relief, which prompted her to greater fame amongst the British public.
Sweeney entertained cruise ships for PandO as a singer for four years before returning to England.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Claire_Sweeney   (260 words)

  
 Charles Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweeney became a wing commander on 21 February 1956, and a brigadier general (the youngest, at that point in time, to have achieved the rank) on 6 April 1956.
Sweeney died at age 84 on 15 July 2004 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
On 4 May 1945 Sweeney became commander of the 393rd Bombardment Squadron, and in June flew to Tinian in the Mariana Islands.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Charles_Sweeney   (260 words)

  
 WireImage: Listings
Arianne Zuker, Bride Monster, Kyle Lowder, Alison Sweeney and Judi Evans
Arianne Zuker, Bride Monster, Alison Sweeney and Judi Evans
Alison Sweeney and husband Dave Sanov with Ghost Town Monsters
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 Walt Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweeney was an American Football League All-Star at offensive guard in 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969.
From Syracuse University, where he made the school's all-century team, Walt Sweeney (born 1941) played in the North-South Game and the College All-Star Game.
Sweeney was selected to the All-Time All-AFL second team.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Walt_Sweeney   (124 words)

  
 John Sweeney (labor leader) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweeney is the son of John (a city bus driver) and Patricia (a domestic worker), both Irish immigrants.
Sweeney called for a major expansion of the federation's role in organizing by: spending $20 million a year on hiring and training thousands of new organizers; mobilizing over 1,000 college students for summer organizing; creating a 'Sunbelt Organizing Fund' to sponsor organizing in the South and Southwest; and establishing a separate Organizing Department.
Sweeney's father took him to numerous union meetings, and it is there that Sweeney began his life-long commitment to the American labor movement.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Sweeney_(labor_leader)   (3975 words)

  
 Charles Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweeney became a wing commander on 21 February 1956, and a brigadier general (the youngest, at that point in time, to have achieved the rank) on 6 April 1956.
Sweeney died at age 84 on 15 July 2004 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
On 4 May 1945 Sweeney became commander of the 393rd Bombardment Squadron, and in June flew to Tinian in the Mariana Islands.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Charles_Sweeney   (388 words)

  
 Sweeney Todd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The phrase "Sweeney Todd" is also Cockney rhyming slang for the Flying Squad, giving rise to the shortened form "The Sweeney" (the British 1970's Thames Television TV police show The Sweeney took the name from this form).
Todd’s murders were uncovered by Sir Richard Blunt after the parishioners of St. Dunstan’s Church complained of smells coming from the catacombs beneath, which were believed to have connected the cellars of Todd’s barbershop and Lovett’s bakery.
Sweeney Todd is a major villain in the musical comedy "Sherlock Holmes and the Invaders from Mars".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sweeney_Todd   (1439 words)

  
 Madeline Amy Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Madeline Amy Sweeney, known as Amy Sweeney, was a flight attendant on board American Airlines flight 11 when it was flown into the North Tower of the World Trade Center as part of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack.
Sweeney and fellow flight attendant Betty Ong, who had also relayed information about the hijacking to personnel on the ground.
The annual Madeline Amy Sweeney Award will be awarded every September 11 to at least one Massachusetts resident who displayed extraordinary courage in defending or saving the lives of others.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Madeline_Amy_Sweeney   (429 words)

  
 Alison Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alison Sweeney signs autographs at U.S. Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily, December 25, 2002
Alison Jane Sweeney (born September 19, 1976) is an American soap opera actress.
Alison is best known for her portrayal of Samantha "Sami" Brady on the American soap opera Days of Our Lives.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alison_Sweeney   (191 words)

  
 Senior Vice President for Development & Public Affairs : Biography
Sweeney has assumed over the public affairs of the University, in 1999 he was given direction of the University Relations Office, which includes public relations, publications, the news and television bureaus, web services, marketing, and community relations.
Sweeney's promotion to Senior Vice President of Development and Public Affairs came upon the heels of the successful completion of the $1.43 billion Campaign for the University.
Sweeney has worked to gain consensus for, and acceptance of, a new University logo, which was unveiled at the President's State of the University Address on April 18, 2001.
www.virginia.edu /vpdevelopment/bio.html   (191 words)

  
 Claire Does Chicago
And in the case of Claire Sweeney, last night's dazzling debut forms the culmination of a determined course that began with her first singing and dancing lessons at the age of 11.
Claire Sweeney stood centre stage as the new star of the award-winning musical Chicago, acknowledging the sort of ringing applause that must have filled her dreams as a teenage drama student.
And for Claire, 30, that meant stepping straight into the shoes of ex-Big Breakfast presenter Denise Van Outen and topping out a glittering stage cast that also included husky-voiced pop star Alison Moyet as the formidable prison matron.
claire-sweeney.tripod.com /claire_chicago.html   (2498 words)

  
 Sylvia Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweeney was also a member of the national Olympic women's basketball team in 1976 and 1984, and was named the Most Valuable Player at the FIBA world championships in 1979.
Sweeney grew up in Montreal and attended McGill University, where she was a star of the McGill Martlets basketball team.
Sylvia Sweeney is a Canadian journalist and television producer.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sylvia_Sweeney   (2498 words)

  
 Sweeney Todd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweeney Todd is thought to be a fictional barber and serial killer appearing as a character in various English-language works starting in the mid-19th century.
The phrase "Sweeney Todd" is also Cockney rhyming slang for the Flying Squad, particularly in the shortened form "The Sweeney" (the British 1970's Thames Television TV police show The Sweeney took the name from this form).
Sweeney Todd is a major villain in the musical comedy "Sherlock Holmes and the Invaders from Mars".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sweeney_Todd   (1050 words)

  
 Dennis Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweeney was convicted, but was ultimately released from prison over the objections Lowenstein's family.
Dennis Sweeney was an anti-Vietnam War protestor and civil rights activist in the 1960s.
Sweeney eventually shot and killed Lowenstein, after which he turned himself in to the police.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dennis_Sweeney   (157 words)

  
 King Sweeney, Bin Laden and the Peace Process
Sweeney was the name of an Irish king who believed he was a bird and spent his life in treetops.
King Sweeney, Bin Laden and the Peace Process
These Sweeney weenies are the same people who refuse to even ponder the possibility that the vast majorities of Palestinians, other Arabs, and Moslems are not at all peace-seeking (at least not when it comes to Israel and the US), are not anti-violence, are not anti-terror.
www.seas.upenn.edu /~jellis/articles/sweeney.html   (157 words)

  
 King Sweeney
King Sweeney Sleeps, While the People Suffer (2002)
www.blackwarriorriver.org /whiteside/Images/Miscellaneous/sweeney.htm   (157 words)

  
 Discount Book & Music Store offers discount books : Wright in Hollywood ( Robert Sweeney )
Robert Sweeney has meticulously researched the textile block system, providing a case-by-case account of each project, commenting on Wright's clients, collaborators, and contractors, and positioning Wright's experiment firmly within the larger historical context of concrete block technology.
Sweeney shows, however that this technical evolution can be explained in just three designs: the canonical Millard house of February 1923; and in two unexecuted projects, the Community Playhouse, "Little Dipper," for Aline Barnsdall, and in designs for a resort hotel for the Arizona desert.
Robert L. Sweeney is Executive Director of the R. Shindler House in Los Angeles.
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 Edmonton Oilers Heritage Website - David "Sweeney" Schriner
In 1934, Sweeney Schriner made his pro debut with the New York Americans, the "other" team on Broadway that played in the shadows of the New York Rangers.
Schriner returned to his home province and coached the Lethbridge Maple Leafs until 1948.
As a child growing up in Calgary, Schriners first love was the game of baseball.
www.oilersheritage.com /history/early_players_davidschriner.html   (157 words)

  
 ESPN Classic - Leafs first to rally from 3-0 down in finals
He scores with 12:14 left in the third period to tie the game and then two minutes later Pete Langelle scores to give the Leafs a 2-1 lead.
Schriner scores again to clinch the 3-1 victory.
sportsmed.starwave.com /classic/s/moment010418leafs.html   (157 words)

  
 dave_schriner.html
He is not as well known as other stars of his era like Charlie Conacher, Syl Apps, and Turk Broda, but if you look at what he accomplished in his short career, Dave "Sweeney" Schriner raked right up there with the best players in the NHL at that time.
Schriner was finally on a winning team surrounded by a strong supporting cast--which would include his Americans linemate Lorne Carr in 1941--and a quality coach in Hap Day who would make good use of Schriner's talents.
One of those changes would involve Schriner when, on May 15, 1939, he was traded to the Leafs for future Hall Of Famer Harvey "Busher" Jackson, as well as Buzz Boll, Doc Romnes, Jim Fowler, and Murray Armstrong.
www.penaltybox.com /legends/dave_schriner.html   (157 words)

  
 Jamie Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jamie Sweeney is a British actor, he plays Danny Spooner on the CBBC show Kerching.
Jamie was born on 11th September 1985, in London, England.
Jamie's character Danny is a friend of Rudeboy and Seymour and he is obsessed about Kareesha.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jamie_Sweeney   (175 words)

  
 The Walt Disney Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walt Disney Imagineering, Walt Disney Creative Entertainment, the Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club, and the chain of ESPN Zone sports-themed restaurants also operate as a part of the Parks and Resorts unit.
Walt Disney Studios, the company's main film and television production facility and corporate headquarters located in Burbank, California, is the only major Hollywood film studio that has never offered tours to the public.
The company's corporate headquarters are located in Burbank, California.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Walt_Disney_Company   (2434 words)

  
 Terry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Terry Wogan, Irish-born broadcaster in the United Kingdom
Terry Hickman, Senior Director, Client Services - Extractable
Terry Pratchett, fantasy author who writes the Discworld series of books
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Terry   (128 words)

  
 Terry Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Terry Sweeney (born March 23, 1960) is an American writer, comedian and actor who appeared as a regular cast member of Saturday Night Live (SNL) during that program's 1985-86 season.
When hosting the show in 1985, former SNL cast member Chevy Chase suggested that a perfect skit for Sweeney would be one in which Sweeney plays an AIDS patient who gets weighed every week.
Information about and interview with Terry Sweeney - presented in a 2003 GLAAD press release.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Terry_Sweeney   (188 words)

  
 Transcript Of Tim Sweeney Video Interview - BeyondUnreal Forums
Sweeney: Yeah, 1024 by 768 should be perfect for an Ultra, of course by the time Unreal Tournament 2007 ships at the middle or the end of next year, you'll have even higher-end cards than that; you'll have four times the performance, so you'll be able to run 1600 by 1200 on those.
Sweeney: Yeah, that's going to be a big feature of Unreal Engine 3, that we support both 32-bit and 64-bit out of the box, this'll be big in PC games.
Sweeney: Well, the big thing there is how we'll be able to put far, far more physical effects, with things like particle systems, and fluid effects, where without the Ageia system, we'll have a particle system with only a few hundred particles, and with the system, we could have tens of thousands of particles there.
forums.beyondunreal.com /showthread.php?p=1818720   (1196 words)

  
 Mike Sweeney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sweeney made his major league debut on September 14, 1995, as a catcher.
Michael John Sweeney (born July 22, 1973, Orange, California) is a first baseman/designated hitter in Major League Baseball who has played his entire career for the Kansas City Royals.
In 2005, Sweeney managed to hit 21 homers, and bat an even.300, in just 122 games, and still leading the team.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mike_Sweeney   (317 words)

  
 Allard K. Lowenstein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Over a decade later in 1980, Lowenstein was shot in New York City by this same Dennis Sweeney, now mentally ill and convinced that Lowenstein was plotting against him.
Lowenstein, Sweeney, and the shooting are discussed in the autobiographical book Dreams Die Hard, written in 1982 by Harris, a onetime friend of both men.
Sweeney subsequently turned himself in to the police.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Allard_K._Lowenstein   (297 words)

  
 M.A.Sweeney.txt
Sweeney's son Jack had been born several months premature, and she had taken the maximum time off over the previous summer to be with her children.
Sweeney may have ventured forward to business class, because she relayed the alarming news to Betty Ong, who was sitting in the rear jump-seat.
Sweeney slid into a passenger seat in the next-to-last row of coach and used an Airfone to call American Airlines Flight Service at Boston's Logan airport.
www.ratical.org /ratville/CAH/M.A.Sweeney.txt   (4513 words)

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