John Reed

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Noun1.John Reed - United States journalist who reported on the October Revolution from Petrograd in 1917John Reed - United States journalist who reported on the October Revolution from Petrograd in 1917; founded the Communist Labor Party in America in 1919; is buried in the Kremlin in Moscow (1887-1920)
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The face of Jeff Tracy was based on that of Lorne Greene, Scott on Sean Connery, Alan on Robert Reed, John on Adam Faith and Charlton Heston, Brains on Anthony Perkins and Parker on Ben Warriss.
Lou Reed, John Cale und Nico made a legendary appearance in January 1972.
Walker Central's Anthony Studholme, Connall Reed, John Ludlow and Noel Summers netted against Whitley Bay A who went through with efforts from Andy Robertson (2), Chas Bell, Connor Johnson and Nick Jarvis-Smith.
Glamorgan have a long fast bowling injury crisis with Graham Wagg, Huw Waters, Mike Reed, John Glover and Ruaidhri Smith who has been ruled out of first team action for four to six weeks after suffering a stress fracture of the foot.
Glamorgan have a long fast bowling injury crisis with Graham Wagg, Huw Waters, Mike Reed, John Glover and Ruaidhri Smith who has been ruled out of first-team action for four to six weeks after suffering a stress fracture of the foot.
The new members to Health Management Associates Inc's board are Steven Epstein, Mary Taylor Behrens, Kirk Gorman, Stephen Guillard, Joann Reed, John McCarty, Steven Shulman and Peter Urbanowicz.
| Hot Potato Comedy Club Hartlepool Town Hall Theatre - Saturday, July 27 Matt Reed, John Hastings and Rich Wilson Tickets PS6 early-bird and PS9/PS8 in week of show.
(International sales: H2O Motion Pictures, London.) Produced by Reed, John H.
Circumnavigating social, cultural, and normative privilege and their effects in works by notable white Southern authors such as William Faulkner, Flannery O'Connor, John Barth, and Dorothy Allison, in addition to discussing counterpoints by Zora Neale Hurston and Ishmael Reed, John Duvall deeply delves into the intersection of critical race studies, literary examinations, and regional literature.