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Ferguson Jenkins - Legacy
... Jenkins led the league in wins twice, fewest walks per 9 innings five times, complete games nine times, and home runs allowed seven times ...
Los Angeles Times Book Prize
... Since 1980, the Los Angeles Times has awarded a set of annual book prizes ... whose idea became the inspiration for the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes, was the newspaper’s book critic from 1952 until his death in 1980 ... The Book Prize program was founded by the late Art Seidenbaum, a Los Angeles Times book editor from 1978 to 1985 an award named after him was added a year after his death in 1990 ...
... To help compare orders of magnitude of different times, this page lists times between 10−3 seconds and 100 seconds (1 millisecond and one second) ... See also times of other orders of magnitude ...
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency - Literary Significance and Reception
... Reviewing the book for The Times, John Nicholson wrote it was "endearingly dotty", but doubted its commercial potential ... Austin MacCurtain of the Sunday Times reviewed the paperback edition in 1988, saying that it was "more of the same" as Hitchhiker's, and that the "cosmic romp is ... The book was the 9th highest-selling hardback in the UK in 1987 ...
James Bamford - Works - Articles
... Country’s Biggest Spy Center (Watch What You Say)" 1/31/07 The New York Times "Bush Is Not Above the Law" 12/12/06 The Washington Post "'Curveball' And A Slam Dunk" 8/20/06 The New ... If so, He Deceived Me Too." 4/12/01 USA Today "Rethink Spy Missions" 4/5/01 The New York Times "The Danger of Spy Planes" 11/14/99 The Washington Post "Loud and Clear The Most ... Spy Case Navy Medicine, Maritime Terrorism" 4/6/86 The Washington Post Book World "The Spy Plane That Flew Into History" 6/9/85 The Washington Post Book World "Stansfield Turner and the ...

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