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Paul Tsongas - Political Career
... In 1974 he ran for United States House of Representatives from a district anchored by Lowell ... Increasingly popular and well-liked in Massachusetts, in 1978 he ran for and was elected to the Senate, defeating incumbent Edward Brooke by a 10-point margin ... After fighting the illness he returned to politics, and ran for his party's nomination for President in 1992 ...
The Massacre In The Main Temple - The Aztec Account of The Incident
... There were some who even ran in vain, but their bowels spilled as they ran they seemed to get their feet entangled with their own entrails ... The blood of the warriors ran like water as they ran, forming pools, which widened, as the smell of blood and entrails fouled the air ... They ran everywhere, they searched every place ...
Shulamit Ran
... Shulamit Ran (Hebrew שולמית רן‎ born October 21, 1949 in Tel Aviv, Israel) is an Israeli-American composer ... Shulamit Ran is a longtime faculty member of the University of Chicago and has served as composer-in-residence with both the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Lyric Opera ... Ran studied with Ralph Shapey and dedicated her Symphony to him ...
Rán - Attestations - Friðþjófs Saga Hins Frœkna
... that I could To the king's daughter sang Now on Ran's bed belike Must I soon be a-lying, And another shall be By Ingibiorg's side." The protagonist then decides that as they are to "go to Rán" (a ... of guesting Meet so for mighty men-folk Amid Ran's hall to hold them." ...
Richard Burr - House Career
... In 1992, Burr ran against incumbent Democratic Representative Stephen L ... He ran again in 1994 after Neal chose not to seek re-election, and was elected to Congress during a landslide year for Republicans ... He ran on a platform that advocated accountability for the federal government, lower health care costs, economic development, and strong school systems ...

Famous quotes containing the words ran into and/or ran:

    An ant on the tablecloth
    Ran into a dormant moth
    Of many times his size.
    He showed not the least surprise.
    His business wasn’t with such.
    He gave it scarcely a touch,
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    If the Party could thrust its hand into the past and say of this or that event, it never happened—that, surely, was more terrifying than mere torture and death. ... “Who controls the past,” ran the Party slogan,”controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.”
    George Orwell (1903–1950)

    Achilles had strapped the wind
    About his ankles,
    He brushed rocks
    The waves had flung.
    He ran in armour.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)