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  Peter Wright - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Peter Wright (born on August 9, 1916 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, United Kingdom - died April 27, 1995 in Tasmania, Australia) was a former MI5 counterintelligence officer noted for writing the controversial book Spycatcher (ISBN 0670820555), which was part memoir, part exposé of what Wright claimed to be serious institutional failings in MI5.
Peter Wright was the son of Maurice Wright, who was the Marconi Company's director of research, and one of the founders of signals intelligence during World War I.
However Wright's most controversial claims concerned a later rôle in pursuing what he believed to be a Soviet mole in MI5, and came to conclude was his own boss, Sir Roger Hollis.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Peter_Wright   (513 words)

 Pete Lit: Richard Wright, 12 Million Black Voices
Richard Wright's 12 Million Black Voices, first published in 1941, is an impassioned essay on the African-American experience: the highs and lows, the triumph and the tragedy, from slavery to Emancipation and sharecropping, to the great Northern migration and life in the urban ghetto.
Wright's prose is accompanied by classic Depression-era photos from the Farm Security Administration, flawlessly selected by Edwin Rosskam and including the works of the usual FSA heavyweights--Jack Delano, Arthur Rothstein, Walker Evans, et al.
Wright is startled by the casual and non-venomous behavior of northern whites that he encounters on the northbound train.
boogaj.typepad.com /pete_lit/2004/12/richard_wright_.html   (1200 words)

 TCU Residential Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Tom Brown/Pete Wright Community offers many of the comforts of apartment-style living with the convenience of being located on campus.
Pete"- letterman, alumnus, athletic director, treasurer of the University, business manager, trustee - was a rare species with no known enemies.
Pete" was appointed business manager and treasurer and wisely managed TCU's business affairs until his retirement in 1955.
www.rlh.tcu.edu /RESHALLS/PWRIGHT/TBPWINDEX.HTM   (306 words)

 St. Pete's Wright pounds Trinidad   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The way Wright picked Trinidad apart round after round in their middleweight showdown, though, there doesn't seem to be much of a chance Trinidad could be competitive if the two fighters fought 10 more times.
The fight was vindication for Wright, who toiled in virtual obscurity much of his 15 years as a professional fighter before taking advantage of his big chance last year by beating Shane Mosley twice in 154-pound title fights.
Wright earned his biggest payday ever -- $4 million -- but even before the fight was talking about the money he could make in a rematch.
www.heraldtribune.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050516/SPORTS/505160452/1006   (489 words)

 I N T E R A C T I O N: Winky Wright St. Pete Champ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mosley, though, was never able to get inside and Wright, reports Maxboxing.com's Doug Fischer, seemed to have the answer by keeping his opponent outside his southpaw jab and throwing hard, straight lefts to his head and body.
Wright heeded his trainer's advice and began piling up the rounds, relentlessly going after the shorter Mosley, who tried to counter him by moving about the ring.
Wright (47-3) fought his entire career at the weight, and seemed both bigger and stronger than Mosley.
screwmus.phpwebhosting.com /interaction/messages/2352/1096.html?1079288883   (1170 words)

 Seattle Times: Uninformed Consent
Becky Wright, a 36-year-old housewife and mother of three, sits with her husband, Pete, owner of the local drugstore.
Doctors tell the Wrights that with a standard transplant, chances are good that Becky will live to see her youngest, a 5-year-old girl, grow up.
Fifteen years after his late wife began her treatment at The Hutch, Pete Wright, who still runs the Wright Drug Co. in Heflin, was shocked to learn all he didn't know: That other Hutch doctors had tried to stop the experiment.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /uninformed_consent/bloodcancer/story1.html   (2715 words)

 1975 World Championship Report
Ding beat the reigning champion, Tom Blackaller, by 5 points and Peter Wright by 9, after each had dropped his worst race, which for Dingo was remarkably high, a seventh.
Pete Bennett was second, only to be disqualified for being over the line early, giving Ted Rapp second in the race.
We couldn't find Wright anywhere so we figured he was buried somewhere at the leeward end of the line.
www.starclass.org /history/1975worlds.htm   (1738 words)

 Northern Express
Wright that Detroit was at the center of the rock music universe.
Wright and those in attendance that night were not disappointed.
Wright's photographs were so important to the performers that they often couldn't wait to see them.
www.northernexpress.com /editorial/art.asp?id=182   (2097 words)

 Tom Brown/Pete Wright Community-Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Tom Brown/Pete Wright Apartment Community offers its residents opportunities to give back to the community around TCU through organized volunteer programs.
The Tom Brown/Pete Wright Apartment Community strives to provide a safe environment conducive to learning, community-awareness, and relationship building.
After graduating, he was associated with Dan Rogers in the Dallas banking business until 1922, when he accepted a call back to the campus, now in Fort Worth, as athletic director.
www.rlh.tcu.edu /reshalls/pwright   (312 words)

 East Texas Outlaw, Outlaw with two faces: Pete Loggins and Rupert P. Wright.
To those who knew Wright, his appearance and demeanor were far removed from the days when he was a prominent newspaper editor, attorney, and aspiring legislator in Little Rock.
Born Lewis L. Loggins in 1848 near San Augustine, Loggins moved to Jasper County in 1871, became a printer, studied law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1874.
Pete Loggins remains one of the most intriguing outlaws in frontier East Texas and even his descendants in East Texas remain puzzled about his strange life, the details of his death and his burial site.
www.texasescapes.com /AllThingsHistorical/Outlaw-with-two-faces-Pete-Loggins-Rupert-Wright-BB205.htm   (596 words)

 Pete Wright: Championing Children for Whom Reading and Learning Are Difficult
Wright who have made a crusade of suing school districts that continue to fail learning-impaired children.
Wright remembers being picked on by peers in elementary school and humiliated by the staff.
Wright's parents, however, were ahead of their time.
www.bridges4kids.org /articles/9-03/NYTimes6-26-03.html   (1000 words)

Pete Wright gave us lots of good advice, and we had done a lot of reading and research as well.
A friend of Pete had gotten a great signal by using his lifelines as an RF ground this way, and Pete explained that it really wasn't necessary to get metal right next to the water for a ground, just near the water.
Ali, Pete and Pam's dog, was getting more and more uncomfortable, so they decided they'd take her ashore on a cute little spit of land which stuck out into the creek.
windom.cybox.com /logs/1999/10.30.html   (1771 words)

 Pete Wright   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Peter Wright, que es mejor conocido pues Pete Wright era jugador bajo de la guitarra para la venda del punk del anarquista crass a partir de 1977 hasta 1984.
Pete Wright que se realiza con crass, Londres, diciembre de 1981
Pete Wright era jugador bajo de la venda Trapeze durante los últimos años 70.
www.yotor.net /wiki/es/pe/Pete%20Wright.htm   (124 words)

 The Next Wave of Special Education Litigation by Peter Wright, Esq. - Harbor House Law Press, Inc.
Pete and his wife Pam do legal and advocacy training programs around the country.
Wright and his wife are the authors of several best-selling books, including Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy.
The Wrights provide information and advice about educational law and advocacy at Wrightslaw, the #1 ranked special education website in the world.
www.harborhouselaw.com /articles/highstakes.litigation.wright.htm   (1149 words)

 Descendants of Wilson Robert Wright   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
WRIGHT was born 1876 in Michigan, and died 1954 in Brinton, Michigan.
WRIGHT) was born October 30, 1917 in Briton, Michigan.
WRIGHT) was born March 12, 1942 in Detroit, Michigan, and died December 15, 1997 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
www.threerivershms.com /kcwright.htm   (1711 words)

 daglitch days
Tomorrow Pete is doing a presentation for VBUG and is going to show features of all the Express products.
Pete showed me this and put up a blog post.
Pete made this comment the other day when a commercial for this doll came on the TV.
daglitch.blogspot.com   (1514 words)

 Anatomy of A Special Education Case: -
After Brian and Julianna retained Pete Wright, they requested a due process hearing to resolve issues about their son's special education.
Pete Wright represented Stefan Jaynes in this case.
Pete also represented Shannon Carter before the U. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the U. Supreme Court in Florence County School District Four v.
library.adoption.com /adopting/adopt/article/5977/1.html   (1091 words)

 Skiff News
Fisher said students need to upgrade their living arrangements as part of their maturation process and moving from a residence hall room to an apartment is an important part of that process.
The Tom Brown-Pete Wright Residential Community was built after a 1995 market research study concluded many students wanted to live on campus longer but wanted a change from a double-occupancy room in a residence hall.
Courtney Jones, a junior elementary education major and Tom Brown-Pete Wright Residential Community resident, said she was lucky to move into the facility this semester when a friend invited her to live with her.
www.skiff.tcu.edu /SkiffWeb031301/apt.html   (793 words)

Myrrh is largely known for releasing religious material, which could understandably lead to the mistaken belief these guys were nothing more than empty-headed Christian proselytizers.
Pete McMunn, Trevor Sandford, Bill Thorp and Ray Wright came together while attending Cambridge University in the early-'70s.
By the mid-'70s they were fulltime musicians, their blend of folk and Christian themes attracting a growing audience on the club and college circuits.
www.geocities.com /rdten3/WATERintoWINE.htm   (503 words)

 Welcome to Tom Wright Photography .com Rock and Roll Online Photography Gallery
Tom Wright studied photography in London in the early sixties and spent several years in Europe supporting himself through freelance work he did for artists.
The Tom Wright Collection is housed at the Center for American History at the University of Texas in Austin and is available for research.
We archived museum-quality prints by first scanning and digitizing the original photograph negatives, instead of a printed photograph, resulting in a much higher quality of image not possible using the standard darkroom methods.
www.tomwrightphotography.com   (253 words)

 Liberal Online - Southwest Daily Times, News from Liberal and Seward County, Kansas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
He was born March 20, 1928, to William and Lela Mae Engel Wright in Liberal.
Other survivors include two sons, Robert Wright and Pete Wright, both of Tyrone; one daughter, Barbara Geissler, Tyrone; one brother, James E. Wright, Georgetown, Texas; one sister, Leta Locke, Minneloa; and three grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and one brother, Ron W. Wright.
www.swdtimes.com /swdtimes/2004/031204/obits.html   (426 words)

 Pete Wright   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
There have been a number of notable musicians named Pete Wright;Pete Wright was bass guitar player for anarchist punk band Crass from 1977 until 1984.
All is still licensed under the GNU FDL.
A good many people came to see it, gathering together such a museum of curiosities "without aid, and under encountered." He was so far lucky in this first venture that he.
www.termsdefined.net /pe/pete-wright.html   (344 words)

 'Hardball with Chris Matthews' for Dec. 28 - MSNBC Transcripts - MSNBC.com
Robin Wright is the diplomatic correspondent for “The Washington Post.”  She recently visited the region.  She joins us now.  And Roger Cressey served as the director for transnational threats on the National Security Council.  He‘s now an MSNBC counterterrorism analyst.
WRIGHT:  Well, it is increasingly seen as an ongoing occupation, that we didn‘t really hand over power, that we are the force in play and that any government that is elected will still be seen to be a puppet even if it is democratically elected by the majority of Iraqis. 
WRIGHT:  But the fundamental truth is that everybody in the region, everyone in the world has a real interest in stability in one of the most important oil-rich countries anywhere in the world.  And no one can afford to let this place crumble and everyone recognizes that the U.S. presence is increasingly controversial. 
msnbc.msn.com /id/6765949   (4284 words)

 Harbor House Law Press, Inc. - Press Releases
Attorney activist Pete Wright to speak at National Autism Rally
April 8, 2000 — Attorney activist Pete Wright will speak at the National Autism Rally on Saturday, April 8.
Pete and Pam Wright will be available during the Rally to autograph their book, Wrightslaw: Special Education Law.
www.harborhouselaw.com /press/press6_autism_rally.html   (215 words)

 Wicked Toast Personal Pages - Pete Wright   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pete was forced out of the Toast in mid-May 2003 by the powers of Real Life.
Despite his massive age, Pete is also a member of Raven Shield clan LGC.
Pete's married to Heather, has a son called Ethan, and a cat called Digit that replaced his much missed gerbils Drag and Drop.
www.wickedtoast.com /staff.php?id=5   (94 words)

 Pete Wright's WWII Photo Pages
This web page is a collection of photographs that my great Uncle Pete Wright sent to me after we began an e-mail dialog about his World War II experiences.
However, we worked on the site live, so he saw our effort in progressand was well pleased to share his photos and experiences.
Uncle Pete is my great Uncle, the brother of my maternal grandmother, Ruth Wright Livaditis, of Atlanta Georgia.
www.glazefamily.org /jeffglaze/WRIGHT   (224 words)

 Getting What Your Child Needs from Schools
Pete Wright is an attorney who is dyslexic and has ADHD.
Commentary by Pete Wright, a special ed lawyer who is gifted/special needs and has argued a special ed case in front of the US Supreme Court.
Special Education attorney Pete Wright, of Wrightslaw, says "Finally, an IEP book that focuses on the 'science' of writing clear, understandable and measurable objectives.
www.uniquelygifted.org /schools.htm   (1825 words)

 Amazon.ca: Books: From Emotions to Advocacy: The Special Education Survival Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In From Emotions to Advocacy, Pete and Pam Wright provide a clear roadmap to effective advocacy for children with disabilities.
I recently attended Pete and Pam Wright's "Boot Camp" advocacy training in which their books, "From Emotions to Advocacy" and "Special Education Law" were used as part of their training.
Pete's added comments contained within his "Special Education Law" book helps parents better understand just what the laws are saying without all the "legaleese".
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/1892320088   (952 words)

 Planning Committee
Present were: Suzanne Shipp Owens, Henry McBurney, Judy Ritter Smith, Diana Pangle Quisenberry, Elizabeth Cherry Oliver, Judy Van Dyke Walter, Marilyn Wright, Pete Wright, Annice Bailey Schuler, Harvey Eluto.
Pete and Marilyn Wright, Elizabeth Cherry Oliver, Susan Blanks McBurney and Suzanne Shipp Owens volunteered to take turns.
Member present were: Mickey Thomas, Suzanne Shipp Owens, Judy Ritter Smith, Michael Aschkenas, Elizabeth Cherry Oliver, Diana Pangle Quisenberry, Marilyn Wright, Pete Wright.
www.lib.msu.edu /foxre/plancomm.html   (3729 words)

 June 25, 2003
They sought out Diana Hanbury King, who later became legendary for her work as a tutor in the Orton-Gillingham style of reading instruction, a phonics-based approach that allows learning-disabled children to absorb the rules that govern language while learning the sounds associated with the letters of the alphabet.
The seeds were planted in the early 1950's when Pete Wright entered Kindergarten.
Photo of Pete being interviewed after oral argument before U. Supreme Court.
www.nldline.com /june_25,_2003.htm   (1793 words)

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