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  David Taylor (wrestler) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David Taylor (born in Yorkshire) is an English retired professional wrestler.
Taylor, renamed Squire David Taylor, formed a stable with Lord Steven Regal and Earl Robert Eaton known as the Blue Bloods.
Taylor continued to team with Regal until Regal was fired from WCW in 2000, at which point Taylor also left the promotion.
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 David Taylor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David Taylor (vet), author and television presenter on animal subjects
David Taylor (Scottish football), chief executive of the Scottish Football Association
David Taylor (Wisconsin judge), Wisconsin politician and Wisconsin Supreme Court justice
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dave_Taylor   (190 words)

 David Taylor
Throughout his career, David Taylor has appeared and recorded with many major jazz and popular artists including Barbara Streisand, Miles Davis, Quincy Jones, Frank Sinatra, and Aretha Franklin.
David Taylor currently performs with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, The Charles Mingus Big Band, Eos Orchestra, The NY Chamber Symphony, The Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, The Michelle Camillo Band, Areopagitica (a brass trio in residence at Mannes College),
David will be appearing with the Absolute Ensemble under the direction of Kristian Jarvi (this project will be broadcast on European TV and recorded for Enja Records), The Niederoestereichische Tonkuenstler Orchester, and The Tiroler Symphonie Orchester Innsbruck.
www.jazzmasters.nl /davidtaylor.htm   (810 words)

 Wisconsin Court System - David Taylor
David Taylor was born March 11, 1818, in Carlisle, New York.
Taylor served in the state Assembly in 1853 and was in the state Senate from 1855 to 1856.
An accomplished lawyer, Taylor was one of the revisors responsible for the Revised Statutes of 1858.
www.wicourts.gov /about/judges/supreme/retired/taylor.htm   (449 words)

 David Taylor MP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
David Taylor MP David Taylor MP North West Leicestershire’s first Labour and Co-operative Party M.P. David Taylor was born in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in the heart of the North West Leicestershire constituency in August 1946.
David Taylor joined the Labour Party in 1970 because he felt very concerned about the impact that the then Conservative Government was having at a local level, particularly in Housing and Education.
David Taylor has four daughters, one of whom is at a local school and three in Higher Education.
www.labmeps-emids.fsnet.co.uk /dtmpf.htm   (860 words)

 Instructors - David Taylor, JD
Instructors - David Taylor, JD David Taylor, JD David D. Taylor is a former Law Enforcement Officer having over 19 years of sworn law enforcement experience, and is also a December 2000, graduate from the Florida Coastal School of Law, in Jacksonville, Florida.
David last served as a Deputy Sheriff with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, in Ocala, Florida, and held the rank of Legal Investigator serving in the Sheriff’s Legal Service Bureau.
Currently, David is an adjunct instructor of Criminology at St. Leo University, and he also frequently lectures at the University of South Florida in Tampa on Injury, Death and Homicide Investigations to the School’s Social Service and Criminology majors.
www.patc.com /instructors/dtaylor.shtml   (177 words)

 Dr. David Baldwin Taylor, M.D. - Online Historical Archives - HMCA,Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
DAVID BALDWIN TAYLOR, M. D., one of the oldest practicing physicians, in years of service, and a leading citizen of Lake County, residing in Millburn, was born December 26, 1827, in Kingsville, Ashtabula County, Ohio.
Taylor cleared the land which he developed into a fine farm, where he made his home until his death, March 9, 1876, which was his fiftieth wedding anniversary.
Taylor is a member of the Masonic Lodge of Millburn, of Waukegan Post, G. R., and of the Lake County Medical Association.
www.hmca-il.org /k1dbtay.htm   (936 words)

 David W. Taylor dd 551
David Watson Taylor, born 4 March 1864 in Louisa County, VA., entered the Naval Academy after graduating from Randolph-Macon College in 1881.
David W. Taylor (DD-551) was launched 4 July 1943 by Gulf Shipbuilding Co., Chickasaw, Ala., sponsored by Mrs.
David W. Taylor escorted a convoy of merchantmen from Charleston, S.C. to Pearl Harbor arriving 20 January 1944.
www.multied.com /NAVY/destroyer/DavidWTaylordd551.html   (521 words)

 James Taylor Online - David Lasley Feature
David's older sister, Judy (who unfortunately passed away just last November) was the sister-in-law of 60's icon Del Shannon, from whom David caught "the performing bug," he recalls.
When Dean formed a band, David, then in high school, and their younger sister, Julie, 13, were invited to sing with the group.
David recorded their efforts, took the tapes to several record companies in nearby Detroit, and successfully arranged the release of three 45s on Fortune records, the first of which, "Welcome, Baby, To My Heart," became a regional hit when it debuted in 1966.
www.james-taylor.com /features/lasley   (3103 words)

 The Gospel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
David Taylor and Charles Frank were boyhood friends—and sometimes rivals—who attended the church led by David’s father, Pastor Fred Taylor.
David is caught up in the turmoil of his father’s illness, the machinations of Charles and his coterie, and the pressure from his agent and label to get back on the road to promote his hit record.
David wakes up in the morning with one of the women in his bed (no "nudity" is seen, but the camera does take in a good portion of David's bare legs and torso).
www.pluggedinonline.com /movies/movies/a0002361.cfm   (1369 words)

 David Taylor: Bass Trombone (Part 1)
David Taylor's first musical instrument was the trumpet, which he played for only a month.
Taylor: In what I call the "private sector," there are many high-quality chamber groups, jazz groups, concert spaces and clubs in which the government doesn't have a major funding influence.
Taylor: A lot of people say that when you write in some magazines, you've got to write down to the level of the reader or when you play, you must play things that the audience will immediately grasp.
www.yeodoug.com /articles/text/taylor1.html   (4611 words)

 David Taylor: Bass Trombone (Part 2)
Taylor: There are several factors that made these "Suites" logical to me. The fact is that in clubs or jazz concerts, sets are made up of different kinds of music; many tunes may be by different writers.
Taylor: Davis Shuman died and the trombone scene at school was in flux for awhile.
Taylor: He was doing the recitals at a time when a trombone recital was unheard of in the private sector.
www.yeodoug.com /articles/text/taylor2.html   (6746 words)

 David Taylor - ICANNWiki
David Taylor is a lawyer and partner in the Intellectual Property, Technology and Media practice of the the international law firm of Lovells and is based in Paris.
David is especially interested in domain names and heads up the Lovells Domain Name Practice, which covers the registration, recovery and protection of domain names and clients' rights in over 160 jurisdictions, currently managing over 10,000 ccTLDs via "Anchovy".
David is a member of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Arbitration and Mediation Centre deciding domain name disputes between parties via the UDRP.
icannwiki.org /David_Taylor   (277 words)

 David W
David W. Taylor (DD-551) was launched 4 July 1942 by Gulf Shipbuilding Co., Chickasaw, Ala.; sponsored by Mrs.
Imogene Taylor Powell, daughter of Rear Admiral Taylor; and commissioned 18 September 1943, Lieutenant Commander W. Johnsen in command.
With her base of operations Ulithi from 29 October, David W. Taylor continued to screen the logistics group until 22 November when she joined the carriers for air attacks on Luzon in support of the invading troops on Leyte.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/d2/david_w_taylor.htm   (557 words)

 David Taylor Art Workshop in Portland, Oregon
David was born in Melbourne in 1941, he was educated at the Caulfield Institute of Technology and the Melbourne School of Printing and Graphic Arts.
David has also been a judge on numerous occasions and also as a former prize winner for the prestigious Camberwell Rotary Club watercolour prize, other special awards and four commendations.
David Taylor is internationally known for his watercolors, which are held in public and private collections around the world.
www.artinthemountains.com /davidtaylor.htm   (1095 words)

 The Ensemble Sospeso - David Taylor
Receiving B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Julliard School of Music, David Taylor started his playing career as a member of Leopold Stowkowski's American Symphony Orchestra, and by appearing with the New York Philharmonic under Pierre Boulez.
Mr Taylor has won the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Most Valuable Player Award for five consecutive years, the most it could be awarded and has been awarded the NARAS Most Valuable Player Virtuoso Award, an honor accorded no other bass trombonist.
David will be appearing with the Absolute Ensemble under the direction of Kristian Jarvi (this project will be broadcast on European TV and recorded for Enja Records), The Niederoesterreichische Tonkuenstlerochester, and The Tiroler Symphonie Orchester Innsbruck.
www.sospeso.com /contents/musicians/taylor.html   (498 words)

 CD Baby: DAVID M. TAYLOR: Far More
David M. Taylor is a producer, engineer and recording artist based in Zurich, Switzerland.
David has created a unique and individual style around his distinctive voice.
In 2003 David returned to the live stage and has performed publically 8 times including twice in on American regional television music shows and once in Nashville's famous Rockettown club.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/dmt   (187 words)

 Author Interviews: DAVID TAYLOR, author of The Freelance Success Book   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
David Taylor is a former executive editor at Rodale, Inc. During his nine years there, he trained 100s of freelance and staff writers for various magazines, including Prevention, Men's Health, Runner's World, Rodale's Scuba Diving and others.
Taylor's non-fiction credits include over 50 academic articles and books in his specialty areas of dyslexia, peer tutoring, history of the English language, reading programs and modern literature.
David earned his Doctor of Arts degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Mississippi, where he was an Andrew Carnegie Fellow.
www.freelancewriting.com /interviews/dtaylor.html   (3057 words)

 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - CSO Musicians Roster - Performer Bio
Born in Canton, Ohio, in 1949, David began to study violin with his father at the age of four.
In 1974, David joined the Cleveland Orchestra, where he was a first violinist before he came to Chicago.
David also has served as acting concertmaster of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and as concertmaster of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
www.cso.org /main.taf?erube_fh=cso&cso.submit.CSOPerfBio=1&cso.artistid=dtaylor   (245 words)

 Cerebral palsy hasn't stopped David Taylor from mounting up | Statesville Record & Landmark
David Taylor has always been different - but that’s what fuels his accomplishments.
Taylor is a member of the Crossroads CFAC, Mooresville Civitan Club, Iredell Equestrian Association, North Carolina Quarter Horse Association and Statesville Kiwanis Club, where he is the youngest member.
Swann said Taylor is ambitious and is only the second local member to be chosen to serve at the state level.
www.statesville.com /servlet/Satellite?pagename=SRL/MGArticle/SRL_BasicArticle&c=MGArticle&cid=1137835242151   (491 words)

 Minorca by David Wilson Taylor
The author lived in Minorca when this book was first published (1975) by David and Charles Publishers as one of their Islands series.
David Taylor's book Minorca has not been equalled by the many popular guide books written since.
David Taylor's light narrative style makes for easy and fascinating reading.
www.islandofminorca.info   (278 words)

 David Taylor Dance Theatre
David Armendariz is from Houston, Texas and is in his 2nd season with the David Taylor Dance Theatre.
David received the bulk of his training from the Artistic Directors of Houston Repertoire Ballet, Victoria Vittum and Gilbert Rome.
Jackie Nagashima is in her fifth season with the David Taylor Dance Theatre after relocating from Montana.
www.dtdt.org /roster.shtml   (2213 words)

 Dave Taylor- Biography
David Taylor, Concerto for Bass Trombone by Daniel Schnyder was produced in concert with the Absolut Ensemble ad Kristjan Jarvi.
The album, a co-production between Swiss Television SF DRS and ENJA RECORDS, was initiated and supervised by Swiss-American composer and sax player Daniel Schnyder.
Bass trombonist David Taylor has drawn a multifaceted self-portrait from pieces he selected, inspired, or composed." Click for purchasing information.
www.davetaylor.net /cd.html   (503 words)

 David H. Taylor
DAVID H. Clayton County has few farms so attractive to the passer-by as that owned and occupied by Mr.
The father of our subject, Joseph Taylor, was born in New Hampshire May 7, 1796, and removed thence to Massachusetts, spending some years in the vicinity of Boston.
Joseph Taylor had but one brother, Charles, who went to Beloit, Wis., there speculated in real estate and at the time of his death was well-to-do.
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 David W. Taylor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
David Watson Taylor began his naval career after graduating from Randolph-Macon College in 1881.
Taylor was promoted to Rear Admiral (RADM) in 1914 and served as Chief Constructor and Chief of the Bureau of Construction and Repair from 1914-1922.
Shortly before his death, Admiral Taylor was appreciatively honored by the Navy RandD community when the new model basin being constructed at Carderock, the finest of its kind in the world, was dedicated as the David Taylor Model Basin in his presence in 1939.
www.dt.navy.mil /about_us/our_heritage/our_founders/david_w._taylor/david_w._taylor.html   (419 words)

 David Taylor
This 46.5 acre waterfront site, known as the David Taylor Research Center Property is located in the Broadneck area, adjacent to and surrounded by the Naval Station in Annapolis, on the north shore of the Severn River, across from the U.S. Naval Academy.
On October 29, 2002, the property was transferred from the U.S. Navy through Anne Arundel County to Annapolis Partners, LLC, as part of the Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC), a 1995 nationwide study of military installations recommended for closure by the Department of Defense.
The Concept Plan, which was approved by the Office of Planning and Zoning and endorsed by the David Taylor Redevelopment Advisory Committee (DTRAC), calls for a multiple building, high technology office park, defined in three campuses: the Hilltop, the Dungan and the Severn.
www.aacounty.org /LandUse/DavidTaylor.cfm   (500 words)

David, Jo Lynn, Emma and Barbara set out and, when David insisted that there was a pub on the beach if we walked far enough, we were rewarded.
Emma and Barbara were in quirky moods and David was in heaven with his wife, his sister and his daughter all in one place.
David, Jo Lynn, Chris and Jeanni Lang and Grahame Aldus went for a quiet meal on Hogmanay 2004 in Fairfax, CA.
www.detayls.com   (571 words)

 CD Baby: DAVID E. TAYLOR: The Ants Went Marching
David has captured the essence of Folk, Pop, Rock & Roll and Bluegrass all rolled into one..
David is the son of world famous "Flat Picking" Dobro player, Tut Taylor.
David grew up playing guitar and singing mostly with his dad and friends.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/det   (480 words)

 Principal artist-in-residence announced
Internationally recognised watercolourist, David Taylor has been named as the first Principal Artist-In-Residence in the 37-year history of USQ’s McGregor Summer School.
Mr Taylor has also received the Distinguished Leadership Award for outstanding services to Watercolour and Teaching and a Certificate of Merit for Services to the Community.
Mr Taylor will be one of up to 60 Artists-In-Residence who will be teaching visual, creative and performing arts at the school.
www.usq.edu.au /newsevents/news/summerprincipal.htm   (348 words)

 Addie Pearl David Taylor Family
David Taylor's name at birth was Leslie David.
When he went into service he knew he would be called by first name regardless so he listed his middle name first and thereafter went by David L. Taylor.
David and Ruth had three children: Terry Hunter, Susan Hunter (Tony), and Vicky (Victoria Ann).
home.sprynet.com /~smyrl/AddiePearl.htm   (193 words)

 UNL Entomology Faculty - David B. Taylor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Taylor, D.B. Peterson II, A.L. alanski and J.J. Petersen.
Taylor, D.B. alanski, B.J. Adams and R.D. Peterson II.
Marcon, P.C.R.G., D.B. Taylor, C.E. Mason, R.L. Hellmich and B.D. Siegfried.
entomology.unl.edu /faculty/taylor.htm   (148 words)

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