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Sponge Bob Square Pants (season 6) - Episodes
... Original air date 101a "House Fancy" Aaron Springer Vincent Waller Tom Yasumi Aaron Springer Dani Michaeli June 6, 2008 Squidward enters a fancy house contest 101b "Krabby Road" Luke Brookshier Nate ... Krabs tries to steal it 102b "Nautical Novice" Casey Alexander Zeus Cervas Vincent Waller Tom Yasumi Casey Alexander Zeus Cervas Derek Iversen March 29, 2008 SpongeBob's class goes to a boating ... Krab 110a "The Slumber Party" Tom King Vincent Waller Alan Smart Tom King Dani Michaeli November 28, 2008 SpongeBob invades Pearl's slumber party 110b "Grooming ...
Waller - Other
... Waller v ... Florida, a 1970 United States Supreme Court case ...
Adrian Waller
... Adrian Waller (born in West Wickham, Greater London, England, on June 17, 1936), was a magazine journalist and author ... As a magazine journalist Waller covered a wide spectrum of important topics and wrote profiles of hundreds of famous people, including the tenors Luciano Pavarotti and Jon Vickers ... Waller was also an actor, theatre director, and opera tenor, having sung with the Canadian Opera Company during its 1965 season, given numerous concerts both "live" and on CBC ...
Sir John Waller, 7th Baronet
... Sir John Stanier Waller, 7th Baronet (27 July 1917 – 22 January 1995) was an English author, poet and journalist ... of the group of Cairo poets during World War II Waller was the son of Captain Stanier Waller and Alice Harris, who was a barmaid before she married ... In 1939 Waller founded the magazine Kingdom Come which he edited ...

Famous quotes containing the word waller:

    A narrow compass! and yet there
    Dwelt all that’s good, and all that’s fair!
    —Edmund Waller (1606–1687)

    Poets that lasting Marble seek
    Must carve in Latine or in Greek,
    We write in Sand, our Language grows,
    And like the Tide our work o’erflows.
    —Edmund Waller (1606–1687)

    The fear of hell, or aiming to be blest,
    Savours too much of private interest.
    —Edmund Waller (1606–1687)