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  Connie Mack (baseball) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mack twice dismantled his dynasties; the first out of outrage when some of his star players started signing lucrative contracts with upstart Federal League teams, and the second due to financial difficulties due to the Great Depression.
Mack was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937.
Mack's son Earle Mack played several games for the A's between 1910 and 1914, and also managed the team for parts of the 1937 and 1939 seasons when his father was too ill to do so.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Connie_Mack_(baseball)   (750 words)

  
 News--Richard Mack
Mack was touched by their love and when it came time for this family to carry their relatives off the beach, he noticed the man and his son were struggling to carry the heavier woman.
Mack is asking for government to stay within its means, go back to the Constitution perameters and for its officials to keep their oaths -- an oath such as the one Olene Walker took Wednesday when being sworn in as governor to uphold, obey and defend the U.S. Constitution.
Mack challenged audience members to look at today's key political issues, whether they be education, the environment or taxation, and ask what has been done by either the Republicans or the Democrats to make them better.
www.hardnewscafe.usu.edu /archive/nov2003/1106_mack.html   (1027 words)

  
 Worldandnation: Mack will not seek re-election
Mack also has won some praise for his work on environmental issues, from his efforts on legislation aimed at restoring the Everglades to his opposition of offshore oil drilling.
Mack's departure is a blow to Florida in a year when it achieved tremendous clout in Congress.
Despite his senority, Mack was no where to be found on the TV talk shows as his colleagues jockeyed to share with the world their views on the president's affair with Monica Lewinsky.
www.sptimes.com /News/30699/Worldandnation/Mack_will_not_seek_re.html   (1367 words)

  
 Mack returns to Morgan Stanley as CEO - Boston.com - Business   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
John Mack was met with a standing ovation as he walked onto Morgan Stanley's trading floor, a moment that perfectly illustrated why he was named the Wall Street firm's new chairman and chief executive.
Mack returned to Morgan Stanley Thursday, bringing the stability of a Wall Street veteran to an embattled firm and promising to seek the return of top employees who left the company under former chairman and chief executive Phil Purcell.
Mack, 60, is known for executing a financial turnaround as CEO of Credit Suisse First Boston after he left Morgan Stanley in 2001.
www.boston.com /business/articles/2005/07/01/mack_returns_to_morgan_stanley_as_ceo   (1282 words)

  
 John J. Miller on Connie Mack on National Review Online
Mack was born in Philadelphia, but his family moved to Florida when he was a boy.
Mack was president of a small bank in Cape Coral and remembers receiving a letter from the federal government telling him at what temperature he could set his thermostat.
Yet Mack's insistent advocacy-he wants to double the budget of the National Institutes of Health over five years-has caused many conservatives in Congress to grumble that their friend is willing to write a blank check to a federal agency with skewed priorities.
www.nationalreview.com /miller/miller200406010943.asp   (1518 words)

  
 Blog of Death: John Mack
Mack spent two years in the U.S. Air Force after interning at Massachusetts General Hospital and doing his residency at Massachusetts Mental Health Center.
Mack joined the faculty of Harvard Medical School in 1964 and was named a full professor of psychiatry eight years later.
Mack was attending the T.E. Lawrence Society Symposium in Oxford, England, when he was struck by a car while walking across a street.
www.blogofdeath.com /archives/001190.html   (551 words)

  
 Mack Industries Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Mack is now a full-service company, providing its customers with start-to-finish prototype patterns, castings, and machining.
In the same building is Mack's CAD room containing a number of computers dedicated to all three major software platforms used by the "big three" auto companies as well as other platforms.
Mack has a lot to offer: QS-9000/ISO-9000 status, in-house CAD facilities with the capability for receiving and manipulating Computer Design Data in all major platforms that large companies are using: CATIA, Unigraphics, SDRC -I-DEAS and Pro/ENGINEER.
www.teammack.com   (238 words)

  
 SacObserver.com [COMMUNITY] Carl Mack Education Center Dedicated   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
The dedication ceremony was a time for Dr. Mack's friends and supporters to tell how he had touched their lives, how he had impacted education and the lives of thousands of children in the north area.
Mack went on to serve as chair of the Ethnic Studies Department at UC Berkeley.
As superintendent, Dr. Mack distinguished himself as an authority and leader in the education of diverse populations.
www.sacobserver.com /community/education/112104/carl_mack_dedication.shtml   (674 words)

  
 Features Item: PPP: Karen Mack: Artist & Entrepreneur   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Today, Karen Mack Tiles is open six days each week, and her 1800-sq-ft shop is packed with a variety of wind chimes, mirrors, cabinets and other furniture, all bejeweled in ceramic and glass tile.
Mack has two part-time employees that work in her shop throughout the year, and more than 30 distributors across the country carry her products.
As if Mack is not busy enough, she still finds time to hold weekly classes on mosaics and glass fusing in her Tallahassee studio.
www.ceramicindustry.com /CDA/ArticleInformation/features/BNP__Features__Item/0,2710,93219,00.html   (2132 words)

  
 Exquisite Corpse - A Journal of Letters and Life
Mack shares the only bed in the apartment with Gypsy, the dog who belongs to the apartment, or rather, to the tenants who are currently away.
Mack removed the picture of his girlfriend from the rear view mirror and put it in his shirt pocket, then he pulled the rear view mirror off the windshield and threw it in the backseat, then he took the horn button from the steering wheel and put it in his shirt pocket.
It is the end of summer, and Mack and Stan are bored with the cockroaches and the dog and the lizards and the lady on Decatur Street who charges people a buck to climb a ladder and look in her telescope at Saturn's rings.
www.corpse.org /issue_11/foreign_desk/clair.html   (5464 words)

  
 Mack
Mack (DE‑358) was launched 11 April 1944 by Consolidated Steel Corp., Shipbuilding Division, Orange, Tex.; sponsored by Mrs.
A month later Mack commenced working for the port director, Manila, escorting ships to San Fernando, Luzon, until the 3d of August when she was placed under the authority of the port director, Subic, and escorted a convoy of landing craft from Subic Bay to Okinawa.
Departing Subic Bay 11 February, Mack joined Escort Division 33 and set course for Tsingtao, China, where the 7th Fleet was lending support to the U.S. China policy; standing by to protect, if necessary, American interests during the fighting between the Nationalist forces and the Communists.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/m1/mack.htm   (574 words)

  
 Passport to the Cosmos | John E. Mack, M.D. Archive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
John E. Mack, M.D., discusses with complete candor the investigation into his work that was launched by Harvard Medical School in 1994 and ended without censure in 1995.
If Dr. Mack had taught at the Divinity School, it is unlikely that any investigation [into his work] would be tolerated...The paradigm of the scientific method is not the only criteria for evaluating academic undertakings.
Mack was surprised by the storm of criticism that came with the 1994 publication of Abduction.
www.centerchange.org /passport   (3782 words)

  
 Human Rights First | Human Rights Defenders - Myrna Mack
Myrna Mack, a renowned Guatemalan anthropologist, was assassinated on September 11, 1990, in Guatemala City.
In 1991, Helen Mack initiated and pursued a private prosecution in Guatemala of those responsible for the assassination.
A 1999 report by the Historical Clarification Commission, Guatemala's truth commission, found state forces and allied paramilitary groups were responsible for tens of thousands of rights violations, including attacks against indigenous populations which Myrna had begun to expose and document when she was murdered.
www.humanrightsfirst.org /defenders/hrd_guatemala/hrd_mack/hrd_mack.htm   (617 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Books: Who Wrote the New Testament? : The Making of the Christian Myth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Mack's investigation of the various groups and strands of the early Christian Community?out of which were generated the texts of Christianity's first anthology of religious literature?makes sense of a topic that has often been confusing.
Mack's Jesus did nothing and taught little that was memorable, as evidenced by the "fact" that various groups immediately began to associate him with completely contradictory teachings.
Mack makes a convincing case that all the rest, the merger of the two cults (and others), the claims of miracles, virgin births, crucifixion by the Romans, and resurrection, are myths.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0060655186?v=glance   (2918 words)

  
 Salt Lake City Weekly - Mack Daddy
If Mack had his way, charity would be the sole domain of churches and private nonprofits.
Mack went on to become sheriff of Arizona’s Graham County, where he formed a 5,000-member posse to “help with traffic matters and parades,” he says.
During a University of Utah forum on legalizing marijuana, Mack told the story of his transformation from a DARE instructor and police officer to a constitutionalist who wants government off your back.
www.slweekly.com /editorial/2003/city_2003-11-27.cfm   (810 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Mack Sennett
Sennett, Mack (1880-1960), American motion-picture producer and director, who made a significant contribution to silent films in the United States with the frenetic slapstick comedy that he introduced and perfected.
Sennett was the film industry's first real producer, a versatile entrepreneur who recognized and encouraged talent and who created a systematic approach to production that yielded a large quantity of films.
Indeed, at the outset his films were mostly improvised farces with an endless stream of physical humor, often at the expense of the established social order—as with the antics of his popular Keystone Kops.
ca.encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761575655/Mack_Sennett.html   (568 words)

  
 allison mack com
After two marathon three-hour autograph sessions, Mack retreats to the lobby of her hotel to discuss Smallville, her travel plans for the summer, and the news that DC Comics has acquired the rights to her fictional alter-ego, Chloe Sullivan.
Mack promises the final six episodes will be chock full of surprises, as well as meaty story lines for her character.
Mack says that there is little room for improvisation on the set, precisely because the writers are so focused on the characters.
www.allison-mack.com /exclusive4.htm   (3882 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Connie Mack (baseball) Article
Cornelius Alexander Mack (December 22, 1862 - February 8, 1956), born Cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy, was an American professional baseball player, manager and team owner.
Born in East Brookfields, Massachusetts to Irish immigrants, Mack was a journeyman catcher who played 11 seasons in the National League beginning in 1886, before he managed the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1894 to 1896 and then, in 1901, took ownership of the fledgling American League's Philadelphia Athletics.
Mack's grandson Connie Mack III was a member of the United States Congress from Florida from 1983-2001.
www.ipedia.com /connie_mack__baseball_.html   (567 words)

  
 Back in Town, Deaf Dogs
To get Mack's attention, I was forced to use food treats- it was the only thing that worked.
Another important thing that I did was to take Mack out and introduce him to the world once he had all his immunization shots.
At first Mack was a bit much for Spenser and we had to watch the two.
www.geocities.com /Yosemite/Rapids/9805/town.html   (1401 words)

  
 Mack Truck Pictures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Mack cabover in a parade in Chilliwack, BC in 1973.
Mack LFT and Trailmobile trailer for Orland Robertson Produce of Hamilton, Ontario.
Mack EQ Model and Fruehauf trailer for George Weston Ltd. from Toronto, Ontario.
www.hankstruckpictures.com /mack.htm   (1628 words)

  
 Urban Dictionary: mack
Mack- (verb) To hit on, flirt with, or seduce a female by using verbal or sometimes physical means of persuasion.
mack" may derive from french slang where a pimp is known as a "mac" short for maquereau, or mackerel.
Mack can be used as a verb, as the act of flirting and hitting on girls.
www.urbandictionary.com /define.php?term=mack   (368 words)

  
 CMT.com : Lonnie Mack : Biography
Mack has steadfastly cited another local legend, guitarist Robert Ward, as the man whose watery-sounding Magnatone amplifier inspired his own use of the same brand.
Mack's vocal skills were equally potent; R&B stations began to play his soul ballad "Where There's a Will" until they discovered Mack was of the Caucasian persuasion, then dropped it like a hot potato (its flip, a sizzling vocal remake of Jimmy Reed's "Baby, What's Wrong," was a minor pop hit in late 1963).
Mack waxed a load of killer material for Fraternity during the mid-'60s, much of it not seeing the light of day until later on.
www.cmt.com /artists/az/mack_lonnie/bio.jhtml   (603 words)

  
 Jumpgate(TM) - Squad Homepage
MACK is a squad dedicated primarily to the peaceful movement of cargo and interaction with other squads to make credits and support the economy of all factions through the movement of needed commodities and equipment.
MACK is not to attack any other pilot that is civilian in regulated space, We should not take Pol hits as a merchant cargo squad it is bad for business.
MACK Pilots are free to and expected to defend themselves whenever needed.
www.jossh.com /squadmanager/-=MACK=-   (728 words)

  
 LIRS: IN-FI Recording Artist: Sir Mack Rice
Mack Rice and The Falcons (Wilson Pickett, Joe Stubbs, Eddie Floyd) were the first Detroit Doo Wop act and one of the earliest fl music groups to be televised nationwide on Dick Clark's American Bandstand.
Mack never dreamed that this silly song about a tiny new car would impact rock 'n roll for all time.
This mix of new and classic tunes includes Mack's original recording of the Grammy Award winning #1 AAA radio hit, 24-7 Man, which was covered by Robert Cray in 1999.
www.lirco.com /mack.html   (521 words)

  
 Mack Museum
One of the original sightseeing buses built by Jack and Augustus Mack in the first decade of the century is in the Museum.
In 1925, the bus was returned to Mack when it was bought from Higgins and put on display.
Then there's the 1918 AC model, one of 4,100 built for World War I. Although there's no bulldog on the hood of this early Mack truck, it was the AC that earned the name while it was busy dodging bullets and trudging through the mud in France.
www.macktrucks.com /default.aspx?pageid=40   (286 words)

  
 Mack, Connie on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Connie Mack continued as president of the Athletics until 1954, when the team was moved to Kansas City.
Mack sets lofty goals in final year; Sen. Connie Mack, R-Fla., is pursuing an ambitious list of legislative initiatives.(A SECTION)
For Connie Mack, Republican convention is a run home; His last convention as an elected official is being held in the city where he was born and spent his early youth as part of a noted baseball family.(A SECTION)
www.encyclopedia.com /html/m/mack-c1on.asp   (517 words)

  
 Home Page
Mack Bailey is a nationally acclaimed singer/songwriter who is gaining an ever-larger audience with his strong, expressive classically trained tenor voice, with an impressive range and pure clean quality.
Mack performs solo and in two popular folk groups.
Mack Bailey is an active member of two renowned and beloved folk groups.
www.mackbailey.com   (242 words)

  
 - Ear Plugs & Hearing Protection - Mack's Ear Care, Ear Plugs, Hearing Protection and Sleeping Aids Homepage
Joan Lunden gave a box of Mack's Earplugs to her successor as part of a "Good Morning America Survival Kit" on her last show.
Mack's Earplugs were the first earplugs used in a World Series Baseball Game.
Mack's are the official earplugs of the International Swimming Hall of Fame.
www.macksearplugs.com   (338 words)

  
 Mack   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Mack was rescued from a puppy mill in Pennsylvania --he was badly abused and neglected.
Thanks to the terrific work done by the Chinese Crested rescue group, Crest-Care, Mack was saved and put into a foster home.
Mack was lucky--he was saved from a life of abuse.
pages.cthome.net /heather/Mack.htm   (216 words)

  
 John E Mack Institute
The mission of the John E. Mack Institute is to explore the frontiers of human experience, to serve the transformation of individual consciousness, and to further the evolution of the paradigms by which we understand human identity.
The Institute is named in recognition of Dr John Mack, Pulitzer Prize winning author and Professor of Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School.
Dr John Mack featured in The Psychospiritual Clinician's Handbook: Spring 2005 publication
www.centerchange.org   (241 words)

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