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Community (TV Series) - Production - Development
... Harmon based the premise of Community on his own real-life experiences ... Harmon got involved in a study group and, somewhat against his own instincts, became closely connected to the group of people with whom he had very little ... to gain from them and nothing to offer them." With this as the background, Harmon wrote the show with a main character largely based on himself ...
Andy Harmon
... Andrew Phillip "Andy" Harmon (born April 6, 1969 in Dayton, Ohio) is a former American football defensive tackle in the National Football League ... Harmon has now settled down in Centerville, Ohio ...
Croton-Harmon High School
... Croton-Harmon High School (CHHS) is a secondary school located in the village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York ... It is administered by the Croton-Harmon School District, and serves 9th-12th grade students ...
Appleton Milo Harmon
... Appleton Milo Harmon (May 29, 1820 – February 27, 1877) was an early member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a leading pioneer of the ... Harmon was born in Conneaut Pennsylvania, the son of Jesse Pierce Harmon and Annie Barnes, he married Elmeda Stringham in 1846 ... Harmon kept a detailed journal of his trek west and his mission to England that has been published ...
Harmon - Business
... Harmon Foundation, known for it support and patronage of African-American artists during the first half of the 20th century ...

Famous quotes containing the word harmon:

    Much poetry seems to be aware of its situation in time and of its relation to the metronome, the clock, and the calendar. ... The season or month is there to be felt; the day is there to be seized. Poems beginning “When” are much more numerous than those beginning “Where” of “If.” As the meter is running, the recurrent message tapped out by the passing of measured time is mortality.
    —William Harmon (b. 1938)

    I believe that Harmon would be the easiest to defeat, though he might gain much strength from the Republicans. Clark would surely lose New York. I am beginning to feel that by some stroke of genius they may name Woodrow Wilson, and that seems a pretty hard tussle.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)