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  Bill Hicks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hicks is often compared to Lenny Bruce (although he frequently denied knowing much about Bruce's life or work) and Sam Kinison (a contemporary and friend).
Hicks followed this remark by a misanthropic tirade calling for unbiased genocide against the whole of humanity, suggesting that it was not an anti-Semitic comment but rather an expression of his disgust with people in general.
Hicks became convinced that the government initiated the destruction of the compound by setting it on fire (he pointed to footage of a tank allegedly shooting fire into the compound as evidence) and then covered up its actions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bill_Hicks   (2796 words)

  
 JOHN HICKS
The quintessential "economist's economist", Hicks cannot be said to have founded a "school" - unless one were to count the generation of eclectic and critical Neo-Walrasian theorists inspired by his visionary but careful work, such as Morishima, Hahn and Negishi.
Hicks himself claimed to have created no new economics but simply to have spent his life understanding, formulating and channeling the ideas of the Continental and Keynesian schools and his own historical, philosophical and practical reflections.
John Hicks was a professor at Oxford for most of his life and shared the Nobel prize in 1972 with another rare and valuable specimen, Kenneth J. Arrow.
cepa.newschool.edu /het/profiles/hicks.htm   (2207 words)

  
 Hicks Descendency GT County, MI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Dudley A. HICKS was born 2 Nov 1853 and died 9 Nov 1926.
Hazel HICKS was born Feb 1888 in Niles, Berrien, Michigan.
Dudley HICKS was born Aug 1891 in Niles, Berrien, Michigan.
members.aol.com /kingsley/hicks.html   (762 words)

  
 United States District Court
Hicks opposed the uniform policy publicly and made her views known when the policy was being considered, well before it was adopted, and after it was adopted but before school began in August 1998.
Hicks believes that wearing a uniform demonstrates an allegiance to the spirit of the anti-Christ, a being that requires uniformity, sameness, enforced conformity, and the absence of diversity.
Hicks has alleged that the Halifax County Board of Education's adoption and implementation of a school uniform policy has infringed upon and violated the free exercise of her religion and her substantive due process right as a parent to direct Ganues' education and religious upbringing.
www.aprod.org /Hicks.htm   (10042 words)

  
 UTIMCO Raiders: Tom Hicks
Hicks is also known as the power behind the revitalization of Dr. Pepper and he gained 1,477 percent when he sold to Cadbury Schweppes in 1995.
Hicks did see some money of this money from building the American Airlines Center for his Dallas Starts although he did not receive it from the newly constructed ballpark that houses his Texas Rangers (it was built before he made the purchase).
Hicks also has interests in minor league baseball; he just built a new stadium in Frisco, and three entrepreneurs have filed a lawsuit against him for "freezing them" out of their interests in bringing a minor league team to Frisco.
www.utwatch.org /utimco/hicks.html   (791 words)

  
 Hicks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Hicks, 1904-1989, an economist who was awarded the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel in 1972
Hicks, Muse, Tate and Furst — former name — now HM Capital is a private equity firm in the United States.
HickHick (also country hick or country bumpkin) is a derogatory Americanism (term) for a person from a rural area.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hicks   (343 words)

  
 Bill Hicks Biography - Bill Hicks.com
Hicks was in touch with aliens, he'd seen Jesus riding a unicorn, and he didn't have time for petty politics.
Hicks was at ease with his audience, enthralling them as he opened their minds.
Hicks' fiery rant against corporate musicians on the 'Relentless' video is one of the darkest and most passionate routines he ever did.
www.billhicks.com /bio.html   (4218 words)

  
 CBS News | Stars owner Hicks to buy Rangers for $250 million | December 14, 1999 19:11:59
Hicks has agreed to buy the lease for The Ballpark in Arlington and ownership of an office building and restaurant in the stadium, 43 acres of nearby land and an option to buy 227 acres of adjacent property.
Hicks, 51, built his billion-dollar empire during the last two decades through a series of leveraged buyouts and other high-finance deals.
Hicks moved from the business pages to the sports section in December 1995 when he bought the Stars for $82 million.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/1998/01/08/archive/main69.shtml   (787 words)

  
 John R. Hicks, Biography: The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics: Library of Economics and Liberty
While the concept is difficult to explain in a few words, Hicks used it to show, contrary to the Marxist allegation, that labor-saving technical progress—the kind that we generally have—does not necessarily reduce labor's share of national income.
Hicks published it in a journal article the year after Keynes's book was published.
Hicks was recognized for his theories of welfare and resources allocation and his macroeconomic studies of general equilibrium.
www.econlib.org /library/Enc/bios/Hicks.html   (536 words)

  
 Hicks leads Bearcats to NIT win - Boston.com
Eric Hicks had 23 points and 11 rebounds to help Cincinnati beat Minnesota 76-62 in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament on Tuesday night.
Hicks' four blocks gave him 110 for the season, breaking Kenyon Martin's single-season record of 107 in 1999-2000 and moving him into second place on the school's all-time list with 253, behind Martin's 292.
Hicks, who scored 23 points and had a career-high 18 rebounds in the first round, made a 3-pointer to give Cincinnati its largest lead, 39-27, with less than 2 minutes left in the first half.
www.boston.com /sports/colleges/mens_basketball/articles/2006/03/21/hicks_leads_bearcats_to_nit_win   (274 words)

  
 Ray and Orville Hicks Bibliography
Hicks' oral tellings are not identical to the written text in every detail, inviting interesting comparison of oral and written versions of the same tale.
She calls Hicks a "repository of ancient tales, local lore, and distinctive mountain speech." Hicks was filmed at his mountain home with his wife and others around the kitchen table, telling two first-person tall tales.
Picture book is sold with CD of Hicks telling "Jack and the North-West Wind," "Jack and the Bean Tree," and "Jack and the Robbers." Book includes glossary of mountain terms and background on Ray Hicks, a master of the native oral tradition.
www.ferrum.edu /applit/bibs/hicks.htm   (2898 words)

  
 John Hicks -- jazz pianist of many styles
John Hicks, a versatile jazz pianist who combined strength and refinement while performing with many of the leading musicians of his era, died May 10 of internal bleeding at a New York hospital.
Hicks was adept at several forms of jazz, from standards and bebop to the avant-garde.
Hicks appeared at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and the Kennedy Center and was a fixture at international music festivals.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/05/20/BAGPRIV6M91.DTL   (663 words)

  
 The New Yorker: From the Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Hicks, a tall thirty-one-year-old Texan with a pudgy face aged beyond its years from hard living on the road, is no motormouth vulgarian but an exhilarating comic thinker in a renegade class all his own.
Hicks certainly went for broke and pronounced his real comic self in the banned Letterman performance, which he’ll be reprising in New York at Caroline’s Comedy Club on October 27th, and which he wrote out for me in a thirty-nine-page letter that also recounts his version of events.
Hicks is a kind of ventriloquist of his contradictory nature, letting voices and sound effects act out both his angst and his appetites.
www.newyorker.com /archive/content?040809fr_archive01   (4431 words)

  
 Max Hicks: ZoomInfo Business People Information
Exhibit B consists of a legal memoranda prepared by Max Renea Hicks to the Dallas City Attorney and a memorandum from the Dallas City Attorney to a member of the Dallas City Council transmitting a copy of the legal memoranda.
Hicks' invoicing clearly details the research process he followed, offering a unique insight into what questions were being asked.
BD has called and email'd Hicks, asking for a copy of the report, but the calls were not returned.
www.zoominfo.com /people/hicks_max_62518249.aspx   (861 words)

  
 The Daily Free Press
In a darkened School of Management auditorium, about 60 attendees, mostly photojournalism majors, watched a slide show of powerful and intimate images, including ones of violently killed civilians, dead children being prepared for their funerals, mothers seeing their sons’ corpses and formerly suppressed groups taking to the streets.
Hicks said he captured these images during his four recent trips to Baghdad, adding that he wanted to cover the conflict from the civilian side.
Hicks, who will return to Iraq next week, said his work as a photojournalist has aided his understanding of human nature and made him view life “in a bit of a bigger picture.”
www.dailyfreepress.com /media/paper87/news/2003/11/07/News/Hicks.Shares.Iraq.Pics-552055.shtml   (498 words)

  
 Edward Hicks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
However, because Hicks knew no other profitable trade and since Quaker ministers were not permitted salaries, he needed the income from his painting to support his large family.
The theme comes from the Book of Isaiah, Chapter XI, Verses 6-9, in the Bible, interpreted by Christianity as a prophecy of the coming of Christ and the arrival of a peaceful world, in which all animals and human beings live in harmony and prosperity.
Hicks believed that this event was part of the process of achieving the "Peaceable Kingdom" here on earth.
www.albrightknox.org /ArtStart/Hicks.html   (572 words)

  
 VH1.com : Taylor Hicks : Taylor Hicks Files Suit To Halt Digital Release Of Early Recordings - Urge Music Downloads
And there are two other songs Hicks' fans may not recognize: "Son of a Carpenter" and "In Your Time." Both songs were written and recorded by the ashen-haired crooner nine years ago — and Hicks evidently doesn't want them sold right now.
Those latter tracks, along with another Hicks creation titled "The Fall" (which Hicks penned and put to tape in 1997), are at the heart of a lawsuit filed by the singer's attorneys Tuesday in Alabama's U.S. District Court.
Hicks' lawyers were first made aware of the situation by Smith himself, the suit claims.
vh1.com /artists/news/1539310/20060824/hicks__taylor.jhtml?...   (757 words)

  
 disinformation | bill hicks
Bill Hicks: the Nietzsche of comedy, the most legitimate social critic of the 1990s: a renegade messiah who tried to make people laugh, but usually ended up pissing them off, or drawing blank stares.
Born in 1961, Hicks died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 32, just as his career was peaking.
Hicks released two albums (1990's Dangerous and 1992's Relentless) and two videos (Sane Man and Revelations) in his lifetime.
www.disinfo.com /archive/pages/dossier/id1025/pg1   (1063 words)

  
 Hicks
Hicks, B.J. Distribution and abundance of fish and crayfish in a Waikato stream in relation to basin area.
Hicks, B.J. Biology and potential impacts of rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus L.) in New Zealand.
Hicks, B.J. Food webs in forest and pasture streams in the Waikato region: a study based on analyses of stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen, and fish gut contents.
cber.bio.waikato.ac.nz /hicks.shtml   (984 words)

  
 Braxton Hicks contractions
Braxton Hicks are sporadic uterine contractions that actually start at about 6 weeks, although you won't be able to feel them that early.
Sometimes, though, Braxton Hicks are hard to distinguish from early signs of preterm labor.
Unlike the earlier painless and sporadic Braxton Hicks contractions that caused no obvious cervical change, these may help your cervix "ripen": gradually soften and efface, and maybe even begin to dilate a bit.
www.babycenter.com /refcap/pregnancy/childbirth/156.html   (874 words)

  
 Dan Hicks Discography -- Joe Sixpack's Guide To Hick Music
Hicks' voice is gruffer and boozier than in his youth, but the writing is still solid, as is the backing band.
Hicks is not merely undiminished in his powers, but also still at the top of the form in a musical style he helped create.
Dan Hicks and a slew of his Bay Area buddies slide and elide through a warm, fuzzy set of goofy roots-music holiday tunes.
www.slipcue.com /music/country/countryartists/danhicks.html   (1883 words)

  
 Sander Hicks for US Senate 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
This is the speech I gave at the Green Party convention for NYC area Greens.
Sander Hicks, a progressive and Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate visited Ithaca last week and spoke about his campaign at the Workers' Rights Center on Friday April 21.
Hicks, 35, is a former journalist, an author and a small business owner from Brooklyn.
www.hicksforsenate.com   (853 words)

  
 HICKS HOMES HAWAII - The Hicks Story
As a result, Hicks Homes is as well known as the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Since that time, Hicks has offered design-built homes, pre-cut (not pre-fab) home kits, and large and small subdivisions, ranging in size from 12 homes to 280 projects.
In 1989, daughter Sharon Hicks, acquired the Presidency and continued the Hicks values instilled by her father.
www.hickshomeshawaii.com /HicksStory.html   (390 words)

  
 R. Steven Hicks: Bush Pioneer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Steven Hicks and his brother Tom both founded major radio companies that merged in ’99 into AMFM, Inc. After Clear Channel Communications devoured AMFM later that year, Tom Hicks became its vice chair.
As Bush assumed office in ’95, Hicks was confirmed as a University of Texas Regent and hired lobbyists to push a bill creating the UT Investment Management Co. (UTIMCO).
With Hicks as its first chair, UTIMCO began doling out contracts to private investment firms to manage portions of the endowment.
www.tpj.org /pioneers/r_hicks.html   (275 words)

  
 VH1.com : Taylor Hicks : Producer Being Sued By Taylor Hicks Says His Motives Are 'Purely Altruistic' - Urge Music ...
Hicks' attorney, Michael Douglas, told MTV News the songs were first recorded in 1997 and released on an album called In Your Time.
Smith acknowledged that the songs were copyrighted, but said he'd signed a contract with Hicks and was within his rights in releasing the songs.
Michael Douglas, Hicks' counsel, was unavailable for comment, but told MTV News on Thursday that "We feel we have a strong case and it's just an unfortunate situation."
vh1.com /artists/news/1539421/20060825/hicks__taylor.jhtml?...   (797 words)

  
 "Radio Days - George Hicks"
War correspondent, George Hicks saw those landings from the bridge of an Allied warship, and thru the ingenuity of radio wire (sic) recording, the National Broadcasting Company is able to give you the story as witnessed by George Hicks in a pool broadcast.
Over at CBS the same Hick's short clip is heard, but instead they cut off immediately when Hicks' voice is lost.
At 11:15 Eastern War Time, the North American service of the BBC broadcast the second half of the Hicks recording, beginning with his statement that "We have yet to see a German plane." This is the most famous portion of the report (and the portion heard here), including an actual description of the bombardment.
www.otr.com /hicks.html   (651 words)

  
 PM - Hicks' family stunned by charges
But while Hicks' lawyers fear their client will be denied natural justice, John Howard says he has faith in the process that lies ahead.
TERRY HICKS: It's become an embarrassment over two-and-a-half years of saying that David Hicks is guilty of this and guilty of that and guilty of something else without even facing court...
ALISON CALDWELL: The next step for David Hicks is for the Pentagon to refer his case to trial, meaning the Defence Department will select a presiding judge and jury.
www.abc.net.au /pm/content/2004/s1130328.htm   (711 words)

  
 POW Bio PAGE of SCOPE SYSTEMS.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Terrin D. Hicks was the pilot and Capt. Joseph F. Shanahan the
In 1973, Shanahan was released by the Vietnamese, but Hicks was not.
Terrin D. Hicks was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and Joseph F. Shanahan to the rank of Major during the period they were maintained Missing
www.scopesys.com /cgi-bin/bio2.cgi?bio=H050   (390 words)

  
 Hicks Baker
Hicks Baker is a distinctive firm of commercial property consultants advising clients predominately in the Thames Valley, west of London.
Hicks Baker offers a broad range of property services relating to office, industrial and retail property.
If you are searching for commercial property then click on the Property search button in the content menu opposite or register your requirements here.
www.hicksbaker.co.uk   (86 words)

  
 Bill Hicks - Wikiquote
William Melvin Hicks, better known as Bill Hicks (December 16, 1961–February 26, 1994), was a controversial American stand up comedian, satirist, and social critic.
Comedian Richard Pryor figured largely as an inspiration and stand up idol for Hicks, as did Woody Allen who also served as a strong influence for Bill at an early age.
Hicks was well known for his misanthropic rants and his hatred of consumerism.
en.wikiquote.org /wiki/Bill_Hicks   (5991 words)

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