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Joseph W. Carey
... Joseph William Carey (1859–1937) was an Irish artist ... Carey, a Moravian Minister at Kilwarlin Moravian Church, Kilwarlin, County Down, Ireland ... When this firm failed in 1899, he set up a business with his brother John Carey and Ernest Hanford at 142 Royal Avenue in Belfast, in latter-day Northern Ireland, where they were joined later by Richard Thomson (brothe ...
The Long Gray Line - Cast
... Captain Herman Koehler Betsy Palmer as Kitty Carter Philip Carey as Charles "Chuck" Dotson (as Phil Carey) William Leslie as James Nilsson "Red" Sundstrom Harry Carey Jr ...
Daydream World Tour - Broadcasts and Recordings
... footage from the performance, and is intercut with black and white footage of Carey exploring Japan that was handpicked by Mariah herself ... Carey announced during the Ahoy Rotterdam concert that the performance of "Underneath the Stars" was going to be the official music video for the song, but that video never came to fruition ... the Tokyo Dome concert were used in the 1996 Fox special Mariah Carey New York to Tokyo ...
Carey - Other Uses
... Carey (surname), description and list of people "Carey" (song), a song by the Canadian singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell Carey Baptist Church, an independent ...
Daydream World Tour - History
... The Daydream World Tour was Carey's second tour (after the U.S ... of the success of her new album at the time, Daydream the album had spawned three of Carey's eighteen number one singles ("Fantasy," "One Sweet Day," and "Always Be My ... This tour established Carey's concert-going fan base in Japan all of her subsequent tours would also visit that country except for the Angel Advocates tour, a regularity unusual for an American artist ...

Famous quotes containing the word carey:

    I believe with all my heart that the Church of Jesus Christ should be a Church of blurred edges.
    —George Carey (b. 1935)

    All ye poets of the age,
    All ye witlings of the stage,
    Learn your jingles to reform,
    Crop your numbers to conform.
    Let your little verses flow
    Gently, sweetly, row by row;
    Let the verse the subject fit,
    Little subject, little wit.
    Namby-Pamby is your guide,
    Albion’s joy, Hibernia’s pride.
    —Henry Carey (1693?–1743)

    But when my seven long years are out,
    O, then I’ll marry Sally;
    O, then we’ll wed, and then we’ll bed—
    But not in our alley!
    —Henry Carey (1693?–1743)