John Walker


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Noun1.John Walker - New Zealand runner who in 1975 became the first person to run a mile in less that 3 minutes and 50 seconds (born in 1952)
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John Walker Lindh, 38, is currently behind bars in Terre Haute, Indiana, after he was sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2002, for supporting al-Qaeda militants planning the attacks of Sept.
Beloved dad of John Walker, Deborah (Paul) Siebert and James Walker.
John Walker, of course, has a personal progress story of his own.
Brothers Michael and John Walker competed for Ireland on the Olympic cycling team in Stockholm in 1912.
The Trumpet in the Attic, 20 Short Recital and Study Pieces for the Intermediate Player, with CD, by John Walker, solo part edited by David Reynolds.
Six pods of broad beans: 1, 2 and 3 John Walker; Six pods of french beans: 1 Peter Dawson, 2 Jackie Kendall, 3 John Walker; Six pods of runner beans : 1 and 2 Fiona Farrar, 3 Alan Batley; Six pods of peas: 1 and 2 Peter Dawson, 3 W Crowther; Four potatoes of one variety: 1 Martin Boden, 2 Melvin Glew, 3 John Walker.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 28, 2014-Frank's International names John Walker and John Sinders as EVPs
John Walker. “The black community is no longer replacing itself.
Now John Walker and Neilum Raqia-Walker have married in real life after a romantic encounter on the set of Doctors five years ago.
Canadian filmmaker and educator Varga provides a detailed study of the film Passage, the masterwork of documentary filmmaker John Walker. The film depicts the unsuccessful expedition to find the last link of the Northwest Passage that crosses from the Pacific to Atlantic oceans through the Canadian Arctic.