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Rick Orman
... "Rick" Orman (born June 9, 1948) is a businessman and former Canadian politician ... Orman was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1948 as a fourth generation Albertan ... Orman served as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1986 to 1993 ...
List Of Ranger's Apprentice Characters - Minor Characters - Orman
... Orman is the son of the Lord of Castle Macindaw, and cousin to the treacherous Sir Keren ... Will and Alyss think him to be the enemy for the main part of 'Sorcerer of the North', until the truth is revealed about his cousin ...
Scotian - Operations - Robbery
... In 2003, Johnston and Lloyd "Butchie" Orman, also of North Preston, were implicated in a shooting at the intersection of Queen Street and St ... The NRPS stated that Orman and Johnston robbed three males after having ordered them out of a car ... The police further asserted that Orman and Johnston shot guns during the robbery, stabbed two of their victims, and gave the third a hit to the head ...
The Marvelous Misadventures Of Flapjack - Production
... As a child, show creator Van Orman lived in Panama City, Florida, and "used to fantasize about living near the dock and having adventures all the time." When he was 13 ... and lived in the jungles and found eating out of dumpsters." Orman took his failures in stride, chalking all these bad circumstances up as "part of the adventure" ... Van Orman attempted to pitch the concept to Cartoon Network in 2001 ...
My Reputation - Cast
... Arden as Ginna Abbott Jerome Cowan as George Van Orman Esther Dale as Anna Scotty Beckett as Kim Drummond Bobby Cooper as Keith Drummond Leona Maricle as ... Stella Thompson Janis Wilson as Penny Boardman Ann Todd as Gretchen Van Orman ...

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