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By Matt Vensel | January 3, 2012
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs made his triumphant return to ESPN's “First Take” on Tuesday. During his last appearance before the Ravens beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh, he battled with talking head Skip Bayless about Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Two months later, Suggs, Flacco and the Ravens are the AFC's No. 2 seed. Suggs briefly talked about the team's 12-4 regular season (“we're still sitting pretty”), the Week 15 loss to San Diego Chargers (“it was a reality check”)
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By Matt Vensel | January 3, 2012
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs made his triumphant return to ESPN's “First Take” on Tuesday. During his last appearance before the Ravens beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh, he battled with talking head Skip Bayless about Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Two months later, Suggs, Flacco and the Ravens are the AFC's No. 2 seed. Suggs briefly talked about the team's 12-4 regular season (“we're still sitting pretty”), the Week 15 loss to San Diego Chargers (“it was a reality check”)
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December 15, 2005
TOM BAYLESS, age 59, passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 11, 2005 as a result of complications sustained in an automobile accident. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland on November 27, 1946 and is the son of the late William H. Bayless II and Elizabeth Hunt Bayless. He served in the United States Army, Signal Corps and was a Vietnam Veteran. He was a graduate of the University of Maryland and an HVACR educator at the Western Vocational Technical School in Baltimore. In 1977, he established an HVACR company, ABC Refrigeration, Inc., in Ocean City, Maryland.
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By Matt Vensel | October 25, 2011
The Ravens offense was historically awful in the first half of Monday night's 12-7 loss to the Jaguars, with the visitors gaining 16 yards of total offense before halftime. Quarterback Joe Flacco was 6-for-16 for eight yards in the first half, and he completed more passes to himself (one) than the team picked up first downs (zero). Flacco finished the game 21-for-38 for 137 yards, took three sacks and threw an interception in the final two minutes. I really enjoyed this line from Flacco after Monday's loss: “I'm guessing we didn't execute well.” Millions of fans watching across the country -- including Tuesday's guests on ESPN's "First Take" -- took notice.
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By Matt Vensel | October 25, 2011
The Ravens offense was historically awful in the first half of Monday night's 12-7 loss to the Jaguars, with the visitors gaining 16 yards of total offense before halftime. Quarterback Joe Flacco was 6-for-16 for eight yards in the first half, and he completed more passes to himself (one) than the team picked up first downs (zero). Flacco finished the game 21-for-38 for 137 yards, took three sacks and threw an interception in the final two minutes. I really enjoyed this line from Flacco after Monday's loss: “I'm guessing we didn't execute well.” Millions of fans watching across the country -- including Tuesday's guests on ESPN's "First Take" -- took notice.
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By Robin Mather Jenkins and Robin Mather Jenkins,Chicago Tribune | May 30, 2007
SAN CRISTOBAL DE LAS CASAS, Mexico -- Rick Bayless examined the dusky-brown disk, about the size of a quarter and several times as thick, in a zip-top plastic bag. It was the last of more than a dozen unfamiliar foods he intended to identify for the group of travelers. "What is this?" he said. Everyone in the room laughed. Stumping Bayless - a renowned Mexican food authority whose Frontera Grill in Chicago just won the James Beard award for outstanding restaurant - was something participants would revel in for the rest of the trip.
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January 10, 2007
Bayless named COO of health system Victoria "Tori" Bayless has been named chief operating officer of Anne Arundel Health System, the parent company of Anne Arundel Medical Center. Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the system, Bayless said she intends to focus on further improving AAMC's quality, patient satisfaction and efficiency. As vice president of clinical and support services for AAMC, Bayless oversaw clinical program development in medicine, surgery, oncology, women's and children's services, as well as community health and wellness, laboratory services, radiology, food and nutrition, materials management, environmental services, security, and engineering and maintenance.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | August 19, 1993
Chuck Noll, the former Pittsburgh Steelers coach who won more Super Bowls (four) than any other coach, once said it's misleading to compare the Super Bowl quest to a successful attempt at scaling a mountain.He compared it to an endless walk across a tightrope. A team never really makes it to the top even when it wins a Super Bowl because it's easy to fall off the next year.The reason so few teams repeat is that the coach usually has problems keeping the players' egos under control as they attempt not to lose their step.
NEWS
June 16, 1995
George Bayless Jr.Credit company employeeGeorge E. S. Bayless Jr., who had been a farmer in the Columbia area before working for 20 years for the Commercial Credit Co., died Wednesday of cancer at his home in Ellicott City. He was 72.He worked for Washington Flour Mill in Oella before joining the credit company. He retired in 1982.He was born and educated in Howard County and operated a family farm, Fairfield, near U.S. 29 and Route 108, until the early 1960s. The farm is now part of Columbia's Running Brook neighborhood.
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff | August 27, 2000
The Far East comes to the East Coast at a new shop in Roland Park that specializes in antiques from China and other lands still mysterious to Yankees used to Sheraton, Hepplewhite and Chippendale. Sonny and Laurie Glassner, principals of Louis Mazor, the venerable design firm, opened the Pacific Collection, 600 Wyndhurst Ave., to showcase the furniture and decorative objects they collected on recent buying trips to China. Among their finds: A painted chest-on-chest, about 8 feet tall, called a Golden Dragon cabinet ($3,900, left)
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By Robin Mather Jenkins and Robin Mather Jenkins,Chicago Tribune | May 30, 2007
SAN CRISTOBAL DE LAS CASAS, Mexico -- Rick Bayless examined the dusky-brown disk, about the size of a quarter and several times as thick, in a zip-top plastic bag. It was the last of more than a dozen unfamiliar foods he intended to identify for the group of travelers. "What is this?" he said. Everyone in the room laughed. Stumping Bayless - a renowned Mexican food authority whose Frontera Grill in Chicago just won the James Beard award for outstanding restaurant - was something participants would revel in for the rest of the trip.
NEWS
January 10, 2007
Bayless named COO of health system Victoria "Tori" Bayless has been named chief operating officer of Anne Arundel Health System, the parent company of Anne Arundel Medical Center. Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the system, Bayless said she intends to focus on further improving AAMC's quality, patient satisfaction and efficiency. As vice president of clinical and support services for AAMC, Bayless oversaw clinical program development in medicine, surgery, oncology, women's and children's services, as well as community health and wellness, laboratory services, radiology, food and nutrition, materials management, environmental services, security, and engineering and maintenance.
NEWS
December 15, 2005
TOM BAYLESS, age 59, passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 11, 2005 as a result of complications sustained in an automobile accident. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland on November 27, 1946 and is the son of the late William H. Bayless II and Elizabeth Hunt Bayless. He served in the United States Army, Signal Corps and was a Vietnam Veteran. He was a graduate of the University of Maryland and an HVACR educator at the Western Vocational Technical School in Baltimore. In 1977, he established an HVACR company, ABC Refrigeration, Inc., in Ocean City, Maryland.
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff | August 27, 2000
The Far East comes to the East Coast at a new shop in Roland Park that specializes in antiques from China and other lands still mysterious to Yankees used to Sheraton, Hepplewhite and Chippendale. Sonny and Laurie Glassner, principals of Louis Mazor, the venerable design firm, opened the Pacific Collection, 600 Wyndhurst Ave., to showcase the furniture and decorative objects they collected on recent buying trips to China. Among their finds: A painted chest-on-chest, about 8 feet tall, called a Golden Dragon cabinet ($3,900, left)
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1997
Only three months after an initial public offering that made him worth more than $200 million, Ciena Corp. founder and chief scientist David R. Huber is leaving the Linthicum-based telecommunications equipment company to consider working on an encore.Ciena made the announcement last week, buried at the end of an announcement of a contract to supply its equipment to a start-up telephone company based in St. Louis. Yesterday, the company said Huber wanted to work on fiber optics research that is more basic than the refinements of existing products that Ciena is likely to focus on in the short term.
NEWS
June 16, 1995
George Bayless Jr.Credit company employeeGeorge E. S. Bayless Jr., who had been a farmer in the Columbia area before working for 20 years for the Commercial Credit Co., died Wednesday of cancer at his home in Ellicott City. He was 72.He worked for Washington Flour Mill in Oella before joining the credit company. He retired in 1982.He was born and educated in Howard County and operated a family farm, Fairfield, near U.S. 29 and Route 108, until the early 1960s. The farm is now part of Columbia's Running Brook neighborhood.
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By L. A. Lough and L. A. Lough,Contributing writer | May 26, 1991
"Taking tea" evokes images of luxury as well as exotic Chinese leaves dating back to the early 1700s.Back then, Britain held sole rights on the China tea trade. Only wealthy gentlemen were allowed to sip tea. They did so in exclusive tea houses. Not until the 1830s did women and the not-so-rich first enjoy the beverage.Tea could be taken in only the most proper accouterments. Teapots, urns and kettles, trivets, cups and saucers, canisters and caddies,spoon trays and carrying trays, carts and stands, ladles, jugs, skimmers, tongs and more were routine in tea drinkers' homes.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1997
Only three months after an initial public offering that made him worth more than $200 million, Ciena Corp. founder and chief scientist David R. Huber is leaving the Linthicum-based telecommunications equipment company to consider working on an encore.Ciena made the announcement last week, buried at the end of an announcement of a contract to supply its equipment to a start-up telephone company based in St. Louis. Yesterday, the company said Huber wanted to work on fiber optics research that is more basic than the refinements of existing products that Ciena is likely to focus on in the short term.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | March 3, 1995
If you can't beat 'em, raid 'em.That seems to be the philosophy of the Washington Redskins, who have lost their last three games to the Dallas Cowboys by a combined score of 103-17.A year ago, the Redskins signed the Cowboys' offensive coordinator, Norv Turner, to take over as their head coach and signed one of the Cowboys' free-agent offensive lineman, John Gesek, to be their center.They signed another Cowboys free agent yesterday, safety James Washington, to a three-year, $4.5 million deal with a $1.5 million signing bonus and brought in Cowboys free-agent tight end Jay Novacek for a visit.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | August 19, 1993
Chuck Noll, the former Pittsburgh Steelers coach who won more Super Bowls (four) than any other coach, once said it's misleading to compare the Super Bowl quest to a successful attempt at scaling a mountain.He compared it to an endless walk across a tightrope. A team never really makes it to the top even when it wins a Super Bowl because it's easy to fall off the next year.The reason so few teams repeat is that the coach usually has problems keeping the players' egos under control as they attempt not to lose their step.
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