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  Sheen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sheen is a place in southwest London nearby to Barnes, Roehampton and Putney to the east and Richmond to the west.
The close proximity to Sheen Gate of the vast Richmond Park means that houses in 'parkside' East Sheen are much in demand, and thus very expensive.
Public transport is mainly London buses, as the nearest train station is Mortlake to the north, and the nearest Tube stations are East Putney, Kew Gardens station and Richmond.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sheen   (292 words)

 Martin Sheen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sheen was born Ramón Gerard Antonio Estévez in Dayton, Ohio.
Sheen had wanted to act since he was very young, but his father disapproved.
Sheen is known for his robust support of "liberal" political causes, and has been arrested 63 times for protesting against issues such as United States military actions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Martin_Sheen   (843 words)

 Martin Sheen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sheen was born Ramón Estévez in Dayton, Ohio.
Martin Sheen is of Irish and Spanish descent.
Although generally liberal in his political beliefs Sheen is in fact pro-life and is a member of Consistent Life (http://www.consistent-life.org/), a group promoting the Consistent Life Ethic which speaks out against abortion, the death penalty, euthanasia and war.
www.lawndale.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Martin_Sheen   (619 words)

 Fulton Sheen, Catholic Champion
Sheen was born in tiny El Paso, Illinois, in the north central part of the state, in 1895.
The Sheen children were gifted with high intelligence (one, Tom, had a photographic memory), trained to work hard (for most of his life Fulton would work a nineteen hour day, seven days a week), and encouraged to advance themselves through education.
Sheen was soon in demand throughout the country and Western Europe as a preacher, retreat leader, and teacher.
www.catholicleague.org /research/fultonsheen.htm   (1648 words)

 Sheen, Fulton J.
Sheen's show originally aired on the Dumont Network on Tuesday evenings in 1951 and then moved to ABC where it remained until Sheen withdrew in 1957.
Sheen would choose a topic and, with only a flboard for a prop and his church robes for costuming, would discuss the topic for his allotted 27 minutes.
In his autobiography he noted that the show was not "a direct presentation of Christian doctrine but rather a reasoned approach to it beginning with something that was common to the audience." He covered topics as diverse as art, science, aviation, humor, communism, and philosophy.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/S/htmlS/sheenfulton/sheenfulton.htm   (640 words)

With Sheen, as with much of her previous work, Piccinini charts a vector through this world, distilling from it a series of moments that describe a visual, aural, tactile and olfactory geometry of surface and speed.
The core concerns of Sheen are derived from the point where the functional realities of the Adelaide Festival Centre Foyer intersect with the issues at the heart of Piccinini's practice.
In the end, Sheen is about an increasingly dominant mode of interacting with the world; a mode whereby the world is skimmed over, shaved and streamlined, by a ever accelerating individual whose passage is subject to fewer and fewer interruptions.
www.patriciapiccinini.net /pp2/sheen/text.htm   (2030 words)

 Barnes & Noble.com - Biography - Charlie Sheen
Sheen's next major success was also a comedy, the 1991 military-film satire Hot Shots, and while box-office blockbusters tended to elude him, Sheen worked steadily over the next several years, and racked up a respectable number of box-office successes.
In 1990, Sheen was engaged to marry actress Kelly Preston, but she left him shortly after an incident in which he accidentally shot her in the arm.
Sheen's bad-boy image turned especially grim in 1998, when he was hospitalized for drug and alcohol abuse; after a short-lived stay in rehab, Sheen gave sobriety another try, and by 1999 he was, by all accounts, clean and sober and ready to get his career back on track.
video.barnesandnoble.com /search/Biography.asp?ctr=648295   (595 words)

 GlobalTribe . Voices . Martin Sheen | PBS
Aside from being a talented actor, Sheen is also an outspoken and tireless crusader for causes ranging from farm workers' rights to nuclear disarmament to poverty around the world.
With funding from Sheen, they were able to help the community build a bathhouse, a place where people could restore their dignity after a day's work of collecting garbage.
MARTIN SHEEN: I guess it's a lifelong kind of evolution for me. I was born into a very large, immigrant family in Ohio.
www.pbs.org /kcet/globaltribe/voices/voi_sheen.html   (3334 words)

 Andrew Stuttaford on Martin Sheen on National Review Online
That Sheen's numerous crusades may have religious roots should not exempt them from criticism, nor should the fact that the actor is, by all accounts, "sincere." When it comes to an agenda like Sheen's, sincerity in and of itself is no defense.
One of the hallmarks of Sheen's activism is the number of times he has been arrested, around 70 at the latest count, often carefully choreographed for photogenic spectacle, which might include, say, prayer (yet another Nagasaki protest, this one at Los Alamos in 1999) or, for real excitement, fake blood (Fort Benning, same year).
Sheen is a zealot: a man so convinced of his own rectitude that, for him, any compromise becomes a sin.
www.nationalreview.com /stuttaford/stuttaford031403.asp   (1245 words)

 Books by Bishop Fulton Sheen
The beloved Archbishop Sheen, whose cause for canonization is open in Rome, presents a profound and deeply spiritual look at the meaning of the priesthood and relationship of the priest with Christ as an "alter Christus".
Sheen delves deeply into what he considers the main character of the priesthood, and one not often discussed, that of being, like Christ, a "holy victim".
Fulton Sheen claims that since all seven deadly sins led Christ's enemies to nail Him to the Cross, we can find in the example of His suffering and death sure means to overcome each of those sins, plus the key to understanding-and to nurturing in our soul-each corresponding value.
www.lcchristiansoftware.com /SheenBooks.htm   (1894 words)

 Charlie Sheen Fires Back - Mar 24, 2005 - E! Online News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sheen also issued a public denial that he had cheated on Richards in response to rampant speculation that he had returned to his womanizing ways.
Sheen, on the other hand, wants joint legal and physical custody of the couple's children and asked that neither party be awarded spousal support.
Martin Sheen and his wife Janet issued a statement earlier this week backing Sheen and criticizing the media for its "savage attack" on his character.
www.eonline.com /News/Items/0,1,16202,00.html?rssceleb   (495 words)

 NPR : Martin Sheen's 'West Wing' Fantasy
Sheen was in the nation's capital to film Bartlet's second inauguration for an upcoming episode.
Sheen says that when the show began three years ago, he wanted to have the president appear at ceremonies, interacting with the public.
Sheen says that at first he found it difficult to order military action in the role of president: "Me personally, it's real hard for me to order someone to get bombed or destroyed, but I'm not the president.
www.npr.org /templates/story/story.php?storyId=942641   (606 words)

 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Showbiz | Sheen leads 'virtual' Iraq protest
Sheen - who plays fictional US president Jed Bartlet in the television series The West Wing - wants people to deluge Washington with emails, faxes and phone calls on 26 February.
Sheen's ad will appear on both CNN and the Fox News Channel in Los Angeles and Washington and will run throughout the next week.
Sheen has been highly vocal in his opposition to the war in recent months.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/entertainment/showbiz/2787137.stm   (287 words)

 BBC News | ENTERTAINMENT | Sheen slates 'bad comic' Bush
US actor Martin Sheen, who plays the US president in hit series The West Wing, has said he cannot bear politics and that George W Bush is a "moron".
Speaking to the Radio Times, Sheen, 60, said he could not imagine why anyone would want to become president, adding he was bewildered by last year's drawn-out election.
Sheen, a prominent Democrat Party supporter, did not mince his words about the Republican president.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/entertainment/1166696.stm   (512 words)

 Wedding Bells for Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards :: Hollywood.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sheen's father, actor Martin Sheen, attended the Catholic ceremony, which took place at the home of Spin City's producer, the couple's publicist told The Associated Press on Sunday.
Sheen, 36, and Richards, 30, were both outfitted in Armani.
That same year, Sheen attempted to clean up his act and announced he had "found God," but his reformation was short lived: the actor suffered a drug overdose and was sentenced to a drug and rehabilitation clinic two years later.
www.hollywood.com /news/detail/article/1109641   (371 words)

 Amazon.com: America's Bishop: The Life and Times of Fulton J. Sheen: Books: Thomas C. Reeves   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sheen was an enormously popular figure in his day, hosting radio and television programs that introduced and explained his faith to millions of listeners and viewers.
Although Bishop Sheen was given to bouts of vanity, he was at the same time intensely devoted to spiritual excellence, and he modeled his deep devotion for decades as, arguably, the best-known (and, no doubt, the best educated) preacher of his time.
Sheen established a television intimacy with the American public in the 1950's that only a few individuals have achieved-Walter Cronkite and Johnny Carson come to mind-through his apostolic use of that explosive new video medium.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1893554252?v=glance   (2743 words)

 Movie Database - tvguide.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sheen, a captain high on war and suffering from battle fatigue, is ordered to take a four-man crew up the Mekong River into Cambodia where he is to exterminate Brando, a berserk American colonel who has set up a ruthless dictatorship on an island.
As the gunboat proceeds upriver, Sheen and his men come under fire, which jangles the nerves of the executioner and haunts him with memories of previous battles.
Sheen resumes his journey under attack from the shore; some crew members are killed, but he finally reaches Brando's island stronghold.
online.tvguide.com /movies/database/Movie-Review.asp?MI=27681   (873 words)

 Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen article in Peoria Journal Star   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Although Fulton J. Sheen was born in El Paso, Ill., on May 8,1895, Peoria has every right to claim him, because the family moved to Peoria shortly after he was born.
Sheen was the "star" and only "regular" on the weekly fl-and-white, half-hour, prime-time program.
Bishop Sheen was also national director of the church's Propogation of the Faith, and before his retirement in 1969, he was credited with bringing into the Catholic faith such notables as newspaper columnist Heywood Broun, automaker Henry Ford II, and playwright Clare Boothe Luce.
www.elpaso.net /~bank/elpasohistory/sheen/shnpjs01.htm   (1065 words)

 Sheen blasts US; says President Bush a "moron" [Free Republic]
Sheen, speaking during a visit to his hometown to raise money for the Democratic Party, said: "Half the business called Hollywood is sleaze." He added: "A lot of what we do has very little to do with art.
Sheen, have your writers and PR people be a little more consistent, so you don't contradict yourself every time you speak.
Martin Sheen is the "moron", he represents a profession where people can't come up with and original thought unless some writer writes them one.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a3a894b7735d9.htm   (1713 words)

 Martin Sheen, The Actor
Sheen had the lead role in "The Subject Was Roses" on Broadway at the age of 24.
Sheen had a heart attack during the filming, but it didn't seem to slow him down.
Sheen is a mn of causes and sometimes shows up in some out of the way places to lend his support.
www.casenet.com /people/martinsheen.htm   (268 words)

 GENUKI: Sheen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
"Sheen is a small village and parish, on the western acclivity of Dove-dale, three and a half miles S by E of Longnor, containing 402 inhabitants, and about 3000 acres of land, all comprised in the manor of Alton, but belonging to Alex.
"Sheen Church, dedicated to St Luke, was an ancient structure, but the nave was rebuilt in 1829, and the whole fabric was repaired, and the chancel rebuilt, in 1851.
Sheen parish became part of Leek Union following the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834.
www.genuki.org.uk:8080 /big/eng/STS/Sheen   (260 words)

 Discharge of Oil Regulation Overview, Oil Program, US EPA
Under the legal authority of the Clean Water Act, the Discharge of Oil regulation, more commonly known as the "sheen rule", provides the framework for determining whether an oil spill to inland and coastal waters and/or their adjoining shorelines should be reported to the federal government.
In particular, the regulation requires the person in charge of a facility or vessel responsible for discharging oil that may be "harmful to the public health or welfare" to report the spill to the federal government.
Discharges that cause a sludge or emulsion to be deposited beneath the surface of the water or on adjoining shorelines.
www.epa.gov /oilspill/sheenovr.htm   (201 words)

 Martin Sheen Shares Worldview on Charlie Rose   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sheen proposed: "I think if you took three Presidents that I happen to admire very greatly and put them all together, you'd have the fantasy of Bartlet and that would be John Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton."
Sheen, referring to Roosevelt: "But he would have been a Democrat if he were living now, I believe.
Sheen: "No, I think there are other ways to do that sort of thing.
www.catholicexchange.com /vm/index.asp?vm_id=43&art_id=15758   (838 words)

Ronald James Sheen's background is as impressive as Western Australia itself.
From this venture Sheen Laboratories was created and became the largest privately owned analytical and research laboratories in Australia.
In 1986 Ron Sheen was appointed as inaugural President of the Westralian Library Foundation and became a member of the Library Board of Western Australia.
www.liswa.wa.gov.au /socf/sheen.html   (522 words)

 Bishop Sheen DVD and VHS Videos
Bishop Sheen was a first in television, a triumph of spirit over limitations.
Bishop Sheen's Irish heritage was evident in many of his television programs as he shared the wit and the wisdom he inherited from his Emerald Isle ancestors.
Sheen's legacy to the world is indeed a rich one.
www.marianland.com /bishopsheen.html   (5332 words)

 Charlie Sheen fights back
Reformed bad boy Charlie Sheen has drawn the battles lines in his divorce from seven-month pregnant Denise Richards, and the war will apparently be ugly.
According to AFP, Sheen, 39, filed documents in Los Angeles Superior court Thursday, offering his response to the divorce Richards sought a few weeks ago in which she was looking for sole custody of their one-year-old daughter Sam as well as their unborn child.
Sheen fired back by seeking shared custody of their children and contesting the claim to pay the 34-year-old actress spousal support.
www.azcentral.com /ent/celeb/articles/0325sheen.html   (438 words)

 Martin Sheen - Christian Actor
Martin Sheen has very clearly defined beliefs, some of which are politically correct and some of which are not.
Sheen has been arrested more than 60 times taking a public stand for something he believes in or standing against some social injustice.
Throughout the motion picture industry, Martin Sheen’s integrity as an actor is never in question.
www.cftexcellence.net /martin_sheen.html   (674 words)

 Actor Martin Sheen Backs Out of Pro-Abortion March Sponsorship
That Sheen, who plays a fictitious president on the hit NBC drama "West Wing," was listed as a sponsor of the pro-abortion march was a surprise.
Sheen has also been a longtime supporter of the Seamless Garment Network, a pro-life group that also opposes war, poverty, abortion, racism, and capital punishment.
However, Serrin Foster, the president of Feminists for Life, suspects that Sheen or a representative may have signed up to be a sponsor of the march because of other political issues, not realizing that its main thrust is promoting abortion.
www.lifenews.com /nat462.html   (407 words)

 For a pacifist, Martin Sheen plays a pretty good president
Sheen's first mentor in Dayton was the Rev. Alfred Drapp, later a longtime pastor at St. Margaret Mary Church, North College Hill.
Sheen had just finished O, an update of Othello, when he was asked to appear in four of the first 12 West Wing episodes.
Sheen was among 2,000 people arrested — but not charged with trespassing — last Nov. 22 at Fort Benning.
www.enquirer.com /columns/kiese/1999/10/17/jki_for_pacifist_martin.html   (919 words)

 Amazon.com: Peace of My Mind: Books: Charlie Sheen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sheen expresses the overall feeling of the modern man. From our disgust with the system (damn the man) to our love of sheenistry.
Sheen steals part of ourselves and gives us a chunk of humanity and sheenathan.
sheen, the father of modern thought, is supernatural.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/9991300007?v=glance   (1410 words)

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