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... Tecmo World Cup Soccer is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System ... in 1990 by Tecmo, as its name suggests it is a soccer game focusing on the World Cup ... Tecmo World Cup Soccer is not to be confused with Nintendo World Cup of the same year, nor Tecmo Cup Soccer Game released in September 1992, is a port of Tehkan World Cup adapted to the ...
... executive), former CEO of Intuit Brandi Chastain, World Cup Soccer Champion Nadia Comaneci, Olympic Gymnastics Gold Medalist Kevin Compton, partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers Bart Conner, Olympic ... Writer, CBS College Basketball Analyst Rick Davis, former professional soccer player Donna de Varona, Olympic Swimming Gold Medalist Tony Dorsett, Pro Football Hall of Famer Joan Duda, Sports Psychology Chair ... Chris Kleinert, president, Hunt Investments Blair LaCorte, CEO of XOJET Alexi Lalas, ESPN soccer analyst, former U.S ...
... Ian Darke 2010–present (English Premier League, Major League Soccer, and World Cup Soccer coverage) Jim Durham 1992–2012 (NBA coverage) Dick Enberg 2004–2011 (Te ...
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“If we were doing this in the Falklands they would love it. Its part of our heritage. The British have always been fighting wars.”
—British soccer fan. quoted in Independent (London, Dec. 23, 1988)
“Assumptions of male superiority are as widespread and deep rooted and every bit as crippling to the woman as the assumptions of white supremacy are to the Negro.... this is no more a mans world than it is a white world.”
—Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, African American civil rights organization. SNCC Position Paper (Women in the Movement)
“I write mainly for the kindly race of women. I am their sister, and in no way exempt from their sorrowful lot. I have drank [sic] the cup of their limitations to the dregs, and if my experience can help any sad or doubtful woman to outleap her own shadow, and to stand bravely out in the sunshine to meet her destiny, whatever it may be, I shall have done well; I have not written this book in vain.”
—Amelia E. Barr (18311919)