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C. J. Hawthorne - College Career
... Hawthorne originally attended Southwest C.C ... At Hawaii, Hawthorne originally played defensive back ... Hawthorne was part of an offensive unit that led Hawaii to the Sugar Bowl and a 12-1 season ...
Consulate Of The United States, Liverpool - History - Consul Nathaniel Hawthorne
... Among other notable consuls was the author Nathaniel Hawthorne, appointed by President Franklin Pierce in 1853, shortly after the publication of Tanglewood Tales ... was considered the most lucrative foreign service position at the time, and was described by Hawthorne's wife as "second in dignity to the Embassy in London" ... However, life in Liverpool was evidently expensive, and Hawthorne complained to the Secretary of State that he was underpaid, and asked for living expenses ...
C. J. Hawthorne - Professional Career - Buffalo Bills
... On August 5, 2008, the Buffalo Bills signed Hawthorne as an undrafted free agent ... The Bills then signed Hawthorne to their practice squad on September 2 ... According to BuffaloBills.com reporter Chris Brown, "the organization likes" Hawthorne ...
Hawthorne, Queensland - Transport - Ferry
... The Hawthorne ferry wharf provides CityCat services to Brisbane CBD, South Bank Parklands, and other suburbs on the CityCat network ...
Timothy R. Hawthorne
... Hawthorne (born June 29, 1950), is a recognized leader in direct response marketing, specializing in direct response television, also known as DRTV ... In 1986, Hawthorne founded the nation's first advertising agency dedicated to producing infomercials ... consider "the industry Bible." In it, Hawthorne outlines the history of long form advertising, describes how to create and produce half-hour commercials, and explains the theory behind "the power of the half-hour ...

Famous quotes containing the word hawthorne:

    Of the creative spirits that flourished in Concord, Massachusetts, during the middle of the nineteenth century, it might be said that Hawthorne loved men but felt estranged from them, Emerson loved ideas even more than men, and Thoreau loved himself.
    Leon Edel (b. 1907)

    I wonder that we Americans love our country at all, it having no limits and no oneness; and when you try to make it a matter of the heart, everything falls away except one’s native State;Mneither can you seize hold of that, unless you tear it out of the Union, bleeding and quivering.
    —Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804–1864)

    We sometimes congratulate ourselves at the moment of waking from a troubled dream; it may be so the moment after death.
    —Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804–1864)