John Cash

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Noun1.John Cash - United States country music singer and songwriter (1932-2003)
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Ned Cash, 33, from St Mary's Street in Newry, John Cash, 32, of no fixed abode, and two 17-year-olds who cannot be named face charges including burglary and attempted burglary.
NAI Hiffman was the sole broker in the sale, which was completed through the NAI Hiffman team of Executive Vice President John Cash, Senior Vice President Art Burrows and Vice Presidents David Haigh and Steve Chrastka.
"The projections of The Philanthropy Outlook point to some dramatic changes in American philanthropy," John Cash, chair of the Marts & Lundy board of directors, said in a statement.
John Cash also served as a councillor and both were friends of George Eliot.
The 21-foot-tall, illuminated monument was designed by Creative's Master Designer John Cash.
But John Cash is more than a collection of half-truths; he is a man of deep religious conviction, of loyalty, of love.
John Cash and Joy Damousi, Footy Passions, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, 2009.
Topics will be presented and discussed by industry experts like Avni Yerli, Managing Director--Crytek, John Cash, Technical Director -- Blizzard Entertainment, Sten Selander, Business development Director, Nordic Game Program, Grayson Edge - Senior Level Designer, Epic Games, Paul Holman- Vice President Research and Development, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, Ahmed Jadallah - Technical Manager, Vertex Studio (UAE), Steve Tsao, CEO - Tahadi Games (UAE), Nick Bryant, Managing Director -- Txt TV FZLLC -- MBC Group (UAE) among others.
A friend of John Cash was having some financial difficulty with paying the premiums on a $150,000 universal life policy he no longer needed, one with a $13,000 outstanding policy loan.
As well as operating under the names James Connors and James Moorhouse, he also goes by the names John Cash, Michael Cash, James Delany, James Cox, William Cox, Brian Andrews, and possibly others.
Peter Guralnick reminds us that the hardscrabble cotton farm boy "John Cash" was raised in the federal "colony" of Dyess, Arkansas, "'a social experiment with a socialist set-up, really,' as Cash described it, 'that was done by President Roosevelt for farmers that had lost out during the Depression.'" One of his strongest memories "was the day that Eleanor Roosevelt came to town to dedicate the library." It was in that public library that Johnny Cash learned to love history before deciding, with the help of Sun Records' Sam Phillips, to go make some of his own.
John Cash Penney, also known JC Penney, also hails from the area.