Paige


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Paige

 (pāj), Leroy Robert Known as "Satchel." 1906-1982.
American baseball player who became the first African American to pitch in the American League when he joined the Cleveland Indians (1948).
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Noun1.Paige - United States baseball player; a black pitcher noted for his longevity (1906-1982)
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As a major back in 1965, Paige was assigned to a colonel's billet as the program manager responsible for acquiring, developing, designing and engineering the Army's complete communications system for the entire Southeast Asian region.
The district judge agreed to hear the bail application in absence of Paige, who gave his address as a hostel in Belfast despite living in Lurgan.
Jordana Paige was founded in 2002, when Jordana was 18 years old.
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Prudential Huntoon Paige, the FHA lending business of Prudential Mortgage Capital Company, is to get a new head.
Now, having left home and her dad for dreams of art school and marriage to an ambitious young doctor, Paige finds herself with a child of her own.
Since her diagnosis Paige has been undergoing an intensive course of chemotherapy which involves her visiting the hospital as a day case patient every week.
With Paige and Renee's talent, it's only natural that their next step be towards entrepreneurship.
In a touching move her family cancelled their Christmas celebrations, preferring to wait until Paige left hospital in January.
Mainstream historians and sportswriters had so long patronized, dismissed or neglected the beginning decades of twentieth-century black culture that dazzling figures like Paige were too often ignored.
And little Paige - who collected her bravery award from Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall - was devastated by the upheaval.
Because when she talks about her Paige, whom she lovingly calls her Yellow Rose, a smile lights up Michelle's face.