Reese

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Movie Stars (TV Series) - Synopsis
... Reese Hardin (Hamlin) was the star of over-the-top but high-grossing action films while Jacey Watts (Grant), his second wife, was an often-nominated dramatic ... Also living with them were Reese's less successful brother Todd and Lori, Reese's daughter from his first marriage ...
Steve Reese - Career - Professional
... Reese traveled to Europe where he signed with FCM Bac─âu in the Romanian Liga I ... In 2004, Reese returned to the U.S ... In 2006, Reese spent the season with the Cascade Surge of the division USL Premier Development League ...
Steve Reese - Career - College and Amateur
... Reese grew up in Salem, Oregon, attending South Salem High School where he was an all state soccer player ... Reese attended Western Baptist College (now Corban University) for one year, 2000-2001 before leaving school to pursue a professional career ... In 1997-1999 Reese also spent three seasons with the Cascade Surge of the USISL when he was a teenager ...
Lamont Reese
... "Mont" Reese, a 28-year-old male, was executed by lethal injection at the Texas State Penitentiary in Huntsville, Texas on June 20, 2006 ... Reese was found guilty of the 1999 murder of three black males Riki Jackson, 17, Alonzo Stewart, 25, and Anthony Roney, 26 ... Reese, who was 21-years old when he committed the capital crime, was sentenced to death on January 18, 2001 ...
Reese - Music
... Reese Bass, a distinctive synthesized bass sound comprising layered 'clashing' sawtooth waves, extensively used by Kevin Saunderson aka Master Reese ...

Famous quotes containing the word reese:

    Loose me from tears, and make me see aright
    How each hath back what once he stayed to weep;
    Homer his sight, David his little lad!
    —Lizette Woodworth Reese (1856–1935)

    I wonder at the idleness of tears.
    —Lizette Woodworth Reese (1856–1935)

    I married a miner myself. I had ten children. I’ve got seven now; thirty-one grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. And I’m happy to say not a one’s ever crossed a picket line.
    —Florence Reese (c. 1900–?)