Mcmurtry

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Thomas Mc Murtry
... Thomas McMurtry joined NASA as a research test pilot in 1967. 26 November 1975, the X-24B dropped from the sky for the last time, piloted on its 36th flight by McMurtry ... McMurtry's final flight at NASA Tom McMurtry and the SCA SCA Crew McMurtry before his flight on the F-8 Supercritical Wing Airplane Tom McMurtry Tom co-piloted the 747 Carrier Aircraft as it transported the Space ...
Grady Louis McMurtry
... Grady Louis McMurtry (October 18, 1918 – July 12, 1985) was a student of author and occultist Aleister Crowley and an adherent of Thelema ... McMurtry Born 18 October 1918 Big Cabin, Oklahoma Died July 12, 1985(1985-07-12) (aged 66) Martinez, CA Education MA (Political Science) University of California, Berkeley Occupation Caliph, OTO ...
List Of Choose Your Own Adventure Books - Books Published By Bantam Books (1979-1998) - Choose Your Own Adventure: Passport
... Tour de France by James Becket, 1992 Forgotten Days by Kate Mueller, 1992 On Tour by Ken McMurtry, 1992 Path of the Crusaders by Ken McMurtry, 1992 Mystery on the Trans-Siberian ...
Childish Things - Track Listing
... "See the Elephant" (McMurtry) – 427 "Childish Things" (McMurtry)– 4.35 "We Can't Make It Here" (McMurtry) – 704 "Slew Foot" (featuring Joe Ely written by Howard Hausey and James C ... Webb)– 423 "Bad Enough" (McMurtry) – 432 "Restless" (McMurtry) – 352 "Memorial Day" (McMurtry) – 416 "Six Year Drought" (McMurtry) – 512 "Old Part of Town" (written ...
Anarene, Texas - Popular Culture
... although it is called "Thalia" in Larry McMurtry's novel ... some 8 miles to the north of Anarene, in McMurtry's hometown of Archer City, which is widely believed to have been the model for McMurtry's "Thalia" ... also appears in Bogdanovich's 1990 adaptation of McMurtry's sequel, Texasville ...

Famous quotes containing the word mcmurtry:

    No illusion is more crucial than the illusion that great success and huge money buy you immunity from the common ills of mankind, such as cars that won’t start.
    —Larry McMurtry (b. 1936)

    You expect far too much of a first sentence. Think of it as analogous to a good country breakfast: what we want is something simple, but nourishing to the imagination. Hold the philosophy, hold the adjectives, just give us a plain subject and verb and perhaps a wholesome, nonfattening adverb or two.
    —Larry McMurtry (b. 1936)

    The lives of happy people are dense with their own doings—crowded, active, thick.... But the sorrowing are nomads, on a plain with few landmarks and no boundaries; sorrow’s horizons are vague and its demands are few.
    —Larry McMurtry (b. 1936)