Malcolm Little

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Noun1.Malcolm Little - militant civil rights leader (1925-1965)Malcolm Little - militant civil rights leader (1925-1965)
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18) NY 105-8999, Opinion of the Department of State, Malcolm Little (Malcolm X) HQ File 15 of 27, 142.
Advanced Dynamics' Managing Director, Malcolm Little, said: "It was a very good show and business is flying from it.
Dr Malcolm Little, who conducted the postmortem said death was due to drowning but he added there was a very slight trace of alcohol and cocaine in the dead man's system.
But through the power of faith, dedication and education, Malcolm Little (his white-given last name) was able to overcome his demons, find a spiritual center, shed the physical and mental shackles that bound him, and try to be good in his life.
I am sure this is not a complete list though: John Bainbridge and Malcolm Little were the main JCB operators alongside Max.
Reading the life, and death, of Malcolm Little is reading forty pivotal years of the history and culture of tumultuous mid-twentieth-century America.
As Malcolm Little he was in moderately sized Midwestern cities (Omaha, Milwaukee, East Lansing).
The Miniature Bakery was founded in 2007 by a group of food enthusiasts led by chairman Malcolm Little, a former chairman of Youngs Bluecrest and chief executive of United Biscuits.
While the audio track follows the replacement of Malcolm's X by the ceremonial name Omowale ("the son who has returned"), Baldwin simultaneously offers two more images of nominal inscription: El Hajj Malik El Shabazz in the Book of the Holy Register of True Muslims and Malcolm Little in a family Bible in 1925.
Malcolm Little, sometimes nicknamed "Detroit Red" or "Big Red", because of his reddish-brown hair, was one of eight children.
Course doctor Malcolm Little said: 'Everything was clear but he will have to be passed fit to ride later in the week.