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Man with No Name

By: Wally Amos

...ne Wasner, Russell Isaacs, Lee Simms, Literacy Volunteers of America, The National Center for Family Literacy, David McCor­ mack, The Hartford Insura... ...eeting with Mr. Polo Shirt in Los Angeles, the divorce between me and the nationally renowned cookie company I had founded and built had become fin... ...leasure of making a difference. The standard of business goes up. The key players in The (Nameless) Amos If you have boundless enthusiasm for the t... ...ducation from Johnson and Wales Uni­ versity, was inducted into the Babson College Academy of Dis­ tinguished Entrepreneurs, and was honored with the ... ... in Doing • 127 Later that month, Christine and I attended a prestigious awards ceremony-the Hero Awards, hosted by Cheeseborough Ponds-to benefit ... ... splendid program, distributed to hundreds of movers and shak­ ers at the awards dinner, featured a free advertisement for Uncle Noname. Our new log... ...ll. I shared ideas and my love of the cookie business with one of the key players in the game. Although we might never do busi­ ness together, I had ... ... took part in the Aloha Bowl Parade, an annual event to help kick off the college bowl football game. My brightly-colored pickup truck, which Christ... ... the Aloha Bowl Parade, an annual event to help kick off the college bowl football game. My brightly-colored pickup truck, which Christine had pain...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...ARCH 91 ' 8,00 p. m.—Thompson Course enter- tainment, J. H, Leland Powers. FOOTBALL ELECTION to Francis Bowes Sayre 1909 Manag^e Team in 1908 At a col... ...s. FOOTBALL ELECTION to Francis Bowes Sayre 1909 Manag^e Team in 1908 At a college meetjng in Jesup Hall last Friday evening. Francis Bowes Sayre 1909... ... Francis Bowes Sayre 1909 of South Beth- lehem, Pa., was elected assistant football manager on the first bal- FRANK B. SAYRE 1909 lot. Sayre prepared ... ...hief. GhkaM) Mygatt iqoS, News Editor E. H. Wood icja^ At. I.. Eknst 1909, College N'oles. Alumni News. G ENOELiiAKn 3909, A. 1. Santky igtx), M.W.Mac... ...t Present Evils Mr. Iloiiior Fulks of New York oity, viooohairinuii of thn National Child Labor o(jMiinitleo, addreBHed tlio Good Governmen t club in ... ...Next Door to Watson's N. H. SANFORD, Proprietor Spring Street WILLIAMSTOWN National Bank Capital, --•... 150,000 Surplus and Net Profits, ij.ocxj Usua... ...ondly, in our attitude toward athletics. There is danger that not only the players who partici- pate in the games, but those' who sit on the bleachers... ... to Lower Classes, William Mansfield Clark. Class Yell. Graves Prize Essay Awards The following essays submitted in the competition for the Graves pri... ...ed and one error. Two double plays occurred, in one of which four Williams players fig- ured. Warren took the batting honors by securing three hits fr...

...s distributed in Williamstown, in addition to more than 600 subscribers across the country. The newspaper does not receive financial support from the college or from the student government and relies on revenue generated by local and national ad sales, subscriptions, and voluntary contributions for use of its website. Both Sawyer Library and the College Archives maintain m...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

... self-delusion and socially-acceptable confabulations. These serve to hold together players and agents whose interests are both disparate and diame... ...ferent international environments and therefore applicable to multinationals or to national, export-orientated firms. The free cash flow of a firm... ...ture stream of dividends emanating from their share holdings to send their kids to college or as collateral. Yet, dividends seemed to have gone th... ... efficient and "walk" randomly. Prices reflect all the information known to market players - including all the information pertaining to the future... ...e gone bankrupt. This was implicitly acknowledged by governments as they rushed to nationalize banks and entire financial systems. In the last 14... ...tain of savings, they scoured the globe for assets to invest their capital in: from football clubs to stocks and bonds. The savings glut and the lo... ...d by a conglomerate of over 40 local government jurisdictions. Even its most famous college, Harvard, is in Cambridge and not in Boston itself. Many... ...bid. In a Dutch auction, the auctioneer announces a series of decreasing prices and awards the article to the first bidder. These epithets are used ... ...hronicle Media Group, eBookNet.org, and "Central Europe Review". Publications and Awards "Managing Investment Portfolios in States of Uncertainty...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...lation was premised on the belief in long-term self- preservation. Rational economic players and moral agents are supposed to maximize their utility ... ...anger. But so are threats to one's affiliates, nearest, dearest, nation, favourite football club, pet and so on. The territory of anger is enlarged... ...tion, disturbance, drugs, violence or aggression witnessed by him, to social or to national conflict, to elation and even to sexual excitation. The... ...ble hand of the market" that allegedly allocates resources optimally among various players and agents. Moreover, evolution favors organisms whose r... ...naciously, through countless generations, their language, habits, creed, dress, and national ethos. Only Jews become automatic citizens of Israel (t... ... criminals, sperm banks with contributions from high achievers, and incentives for college students to procreate. Modern genetic engineering and bi... ... entrenched a taboo as cannibalism. Yet, it is better to eat the flesh of your dead football team mates than perish high up on the Andes (a harrowin... ...stituencies will be confined to multi-tiered, self- dissolving ("sunset") "electoral colleges" composed exclusively of volunteers. Left vs. Right (i... ...ryone simultaneously). Such ease of replication gives rise to network effects and awards first movers with a monopolistic or oligopolistic positio...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...lation was premised on the belief in long-term self- preservation. Rational economic players and moral agents are supposed to maximize their utility ... ...anger. But so are threats to one's affiliates, nearest, dearest, nation, favourite football club, pet and so on. The territory of anger is enlarged... ...tion, disturbance, drugs, violence or aggression witnessed by him, to social or to national conflict, to elation and even to sexual excitation. The... ...ble hand of the market" that allegedly allocates resources optimally among various players and agents. Moreover, evolution favors organisms whose r... ...naciously, through countless generations, their language, habits, creed, dress, and national ethos. Only Jews become automatic citizens of Israel (t... ... criminals, sperm banks with contributions from high achievers, and incentives for college students to procreate. Modern genetic engineering and bi... ... entrenched a taboo as cannibalism. Yet, it is better to eat the flesh of your dead football team mates than perish high up on the Andes (a harrowin... ...stituencies will be confined to multi-tiered, self- dissolving ("sunset") "electoral colleges" composed exclusively of volunteers. Left vs. Right (i... ...ryone simultaneously). Such ease of replication gives rise to network effects and awards first movers with a monopolistic or oligopolistic positio...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

.................................................... 163 BUDGET DEFICITS AND NATIONAL DEBTS ............................................................... ...ouldn‘t be the same without me. It wouldn‘t be heaven if we didn‘t have a football to toss around. You think St. Peter can toss you a post-corner or... ... made me happier when I was younger. Being on the winning side in a tough football game, especially when we played together in high school. Playing ... ...don't lie. These made good sense. As I progressed through high school and college I came to understand the Constitution and many of the laws of our s... ...35% ten years earlier. Even among those with graduate degrees from 28 college, only 41% were deemed to be proficient in comprehending abstract re... ...ch inabilities be partly responsible for America‘s voting preferences for national offices? ―Is this the reason that President George W. Bus... ... have Judaism, Sikhism, Bahai, Shinto and others that may seem like major players but each has less than 1% of the world‘s population as adherents. M... ...a row it was absolutely certain that the next blackjack would come to the players, but only if they bet $10,000 on the next hand. Would you do it bas... ... sue the company. Courts, representing society, often give huge financial awards to people for their stupidity of having smoked. ―While socie...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

... tech stocks coupled with a frantic re- definition of the web and of every player in it (as far as content is concerned). This effort is three pr... ...king) is marginal and interchangeable. A CD, an audio cassette, or an MP3 player are all fine, as far as the consumer is concerned. The listener bas... ... the ARPANET. Other government departments joined the fray, headed by the National Science Foundation (NSF) which withdrew only lately from the Inte... ...ed in the USA in 1934. It was meant to transform radio frequencies into a national resource to be sold to the private sector which was supposed to us... ... developing countries. It is not uncommon to find a mastery of English, a college degree in the sciences, readiness to work outlandish hours at a fr... ...l. It is a venerable, not for profit, print journal published by Emerson College, now marking its 30th anniversary. It recently inaugurated its web... ...y agencies (like the Better Business Bureau - BBB, VeriSign, TRUSTe) - or awards won (from credible and reputable organizations). Links from other, ... ...onnected to the TV programming. Thus, the biography and track record of a football player will be displayed during a football match and the history ... ...nnected to the TV programming. Thus, the biography and track record of a football player will be displayed during a football match and the history ...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...approach to the ball is a curve. Watch their foot curving before it hits the football and sends it out in a straight line. A baseball bat curves b... ...ed Cape Kennedy because Kennedy was the most virile President who created this National effort to get to the Moon. The most virile mission won. The... ...-created abstract lines and actual human conditions. After every war: the new national boundaries which are enforced; merely become a cause for the ... ...r culture. Unless you buy a book, pay money for a seminar, or spend years in college learning isolated, uncollated, unchallenged, and uncompared pi... ...your partner to hit the ball back to you. As a result, most fledgling tennis players get disgusted at not having a chance even to touch the ball and... ...ult ability and can control the ball with their racquets enough to beat other players who have wasted most of their lives trying to win… Competiti... ...s is a huge revolutionary change in any sport. Change the number of downs in football from four to three and suddenly you have an entirely different... ...ations gimmick, an award ritual that is now a household name: the Nobel Prize Awards hailing the worst inventions of hell as greatest leaps forward ... ...r yet, espouse it to the already affluent: at stockbroker dinners and business colleges… to the acolytes… then sell TV shows worshipping the Lives of...

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And Gulliver Returns Book III : A Visit to Kino

By: Bob Oconnor

...ut tens of millions to hundreds of millions of dollars a year to the major players in agribusiness. The big guys get about 80% of all of the subsidi... ...as not long before we had surpassed both China and your country, where your national debt has engulfed your "huddled masses" while you taxed your wor... ... that license are that smoking related problems will not be covered by the national health insurance. So the various cancers that are tobacco related... ... fees on any settlement. It keeps our medical bills down. And it keeps the awards in all lawsuits fair.‖ PRESCRIPTION DRUGS --―In America t... ...ck, daughters are generally more concerned and loving. All sons do is play football, borrow and crash your car, then move away—showing their indepen... ...ced degrees annually as the US and they are tough. But it is difficult for college graduates to find jobs. Some come to us. We have our own universi... ...al degrees but had no competence. I knew a woman who was so proud of her 3 college units for a 3 page paper on how she taught roller skating. When I... ...s Angeles. Shortly before I was selected for my solo voyage I had been the football coach at Hollywood High School. Strangely, the most difficult th...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

... religion Buddhism of the village community 107 From local religion to national faith 107 * Temple monks 108 * Ordination of monks 110 Po... ...lopment has rendered locality, village and municipal communities, even the national state, old- fashioned; the Finnish elite is now integrating its co... ... people who are studying in the technical schools and the teacher training college have come and rented properties in this village to live in. The dor... ...e university in Bangkok. Now I am studying at the Lampang teacher training college. No. I used to be a car trader. I sold cars in a marquee in Lampang... ...ld only like to buy the television. I'm not even bothered about a cassette player. The reason is that I am poor. I have always been poor, and even if ... ...urselves. We don't have electricity here in Ban Dong yet. For the cassette player, we must buy batteries, use battery power, and a car battery for the... ...ing activities were rare in Thailand, but today the villages at least have football teams. The education system supports sports, even village schools ... ... the park, where young musicians and dancers may show off their skills and awards of merit are presented to those who have made best progress. On the ...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...Flexowriter allowed it to retype what had come before, much like operating a player piano. Cutting and pasting different pieces of Flexowriter tape tog... ... standard audio cassette recorder to store and retrieve data. 8 The cassette player (and, later, PC-specific diskette drives) could also store and retr... ...about them soon gave way as businesses could Battle of the Boxes 15 rely on college graduates having skills in word processing and other basic PC too... ...idized by the U.S. government, allowing flat- rate pricing for its users. The National Science Foundation (NSF) managed the Internet backbone and asked... ...ee to further consider Internet secu- rity, staffed by representatives of the National Science Foundation, the Depart- ment of Defense, and other agenc... ...nd so he could drink from them while bicycling, akin to the way some fans at football games drink beer out of baseball caps that have cup holders that... ...ohn C. Dvorak, Winners for the 1995 Dvorak PC T elecommunications Excellence Awards, http://www.citivu.com/dvorak/95awds.html#winsock (last visited Ju... ...n the wake of popular legislative attempts to revoke land claims); Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 17 U.S. 518 (1819) (protect- ing the pre–Revolutiona... ...s, 118 wi-fi access points, 69, 179–80, 194 Wikipedia, 74, 130, 226; barnstar awards, 136, 145; biographies of living persons in, 138; blocks of, 136, ...

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Aesthetics

By: Florentin Smaradanche

...appens the (hypothetical) good luck that could make of him ...a writer of national and even worldwide importance”. Hey, maybe still farther! He wish... ...would have been unthinkable its connection with the distressingly popular national “Cantare” (Song), the digestive pill of the culture of consumpti... ...ot like, may leave the game! As every abandon is a loss, the dostoevskian player wins. The winning card he takes out from his sleeve is the proof of... ...c), reproduced after Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal (Harwey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, USA, 12, 1995): POEM IN ARITHMETIC SPACE By L... ...in expressions or in the conception of some sequences: the rendering of a football-match through the reactions in the stands; the pages are adorned ... ...s Poets, Writer’s Digest Books etc. He is co-opted in the International College of the Avant-garde Review Poesie in India; from Italy he receives ... ... Brazil, ano 16, no.52, Mai- August 1993, pp.2-3. Editor, Publications / Awards, in “Poetry Society of America News”, New York, 42nd volume, autumn... ...im, California, November 12, 1993, no.117, p.42. Editor, Publications / Awards, in “Poetry Society of America News”, New York, 43rd vol, winter 19...

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When Serpents Die

By: Gerrie Ferris

...he’d become less interested in lovers. Clay obviously had, also, since his trips to national media or political events hadn’t stretched on for weeks... ...egin classes at the University of Georgia on an ’Uncle Wallace Scholarship’. After college, she went to Atlanta to begin her journalism career. ... ...te knew that her mama hadn’t seen Royce the other day. “Royce and Bobby went on to college,” her mama continued. “Roommates. They were something,... ...ously. “Laura Kate,” he called as if he’d just caught sight of her at a Georgia football game. He came toward her. “That son-of-a-bitch run yo... ...l toward an ornamental pond, a gazebo and acres of azaleas that would rival Augusta National come April. Guy put a hand on her shoulder, squeezing a... ...orld know what’s going on in parts of it they’ve never heard of, and a wall full of awards for doing so.” His lips turned down, and he sipped at his... ...t say anything for the moment. “No marshals out today, either. No need. Not many players to keep moving.” “Oh well, somebody will turn it in. ...

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The Egoist : A Comedy in Narrative

By: George Meredith

...e chuckling while Egoism is valiant, while sober, while socially valuable, nationally serviceable. They wait. Aforetime a grand old Egoism built the H... ...le of his modesty: “he had only done his duty”. Our Willoughby was then at College, emulous of the generous enthusiasm of his years, and strangely imp... ... but cherish your reverence. Young Willoughby made a kind of shock-head or football hero of his gallant distant cousin, and wondered occasionally that... ...ents. Had the standard of the public taste been set in philosophy, and the national enthusiasm centred in philosophers, he would at least have worked ... ...e attempted a compliment on her truly exceptional char- acter. As when the player’s finger rests in distraction on the organ, it was without measure a... ...unged into the arms of Sir Willoughby. “One has to catch the fellow like a football,” exclaimed the injured gentleman, doubled across the boy and hold... ...ver, in the spirit of the time. I ap- prehended that instinctively when at College. I forsook the classics for science. And thereby escaped the vice o... ...rd of the definition. Rela- tives should know better than to deliver these awards to us in public. “Well?” quoth Lady Busshe, expressive of stupefacti...

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