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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Sun Staff Writer | February 21, 1994
LILLEHAMMER, Norway -- They are dressed in black outfits with green sequins that shine under the lights of the bright arena.He takes her hand. She looks into his eyes. The music begins. The athletes dance.And the crowd swoons.Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are ready to rumba at the Winter Olympics.They turn heads and turn back time.It could be 1984 at Sarajevo, when they were the swaying, sensual Brits, shaking the cobwebs from a sport that was strictly ballroom.For two minutes, they are the Torvill and Dean of old.Young again.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Sun Staff Writer | February 21, 1994
LILLEHAMMER, Norway -- They are dressed in black outfits with green sequins that shine under the lights of the bright arena.He takes her hand. She looks into his eyes. The music begins. The athletes dance.And the crowd swoons.Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are ready to rumba at the Winter Olympics.They turn heads and turn back time.It could be 1984 at Sarajevo, when they were the swaying, sensual Brits, shaking the cobwebs from a sport that was strictly ballroom.For two minutes, they are the Torvill and Dean of old.Young again.
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November 15, 2005
On November 13, 2005, MARVINLINWOOD OATES SR. (Korean War Vet) ; beloved husband of Marlene (nee Oakley) Oates; son of the late Mabel Lee and the late Willie L. Oates; devoted father of Patricia Dean (Bud), Marvin L. Oates Jr. (Joann), Laura Ehrman (Wayne), Richard Sr. (Lois), the late David J. Oates and the late Colleen M. Oates; adored grandfather of Marvin Oates III (Emily), Christopher Dean, Samantha Oates, Richard Oates Jr. (Angelina), Robert Sr. Oates, Alishia Oates, Jennifer Ehrman and Shannon Dean; great- grandfather of four; brother-in-law of Deborah and Chuck Hilton, Paula and Joedi Spence and Cindy Clark; uncle of Chad, Timothy and Meghan Hilton, Robin and Matthew Spence, Also survived by numerous relatives in Durham, NC. A Memorial Mass at St. Mary's Star of the Sea will be held at a later date.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | February 12, 1998
NAGANO, Japan -- She is skating's most controversial star, a mercurial performer who changes her hair color, her clothing style, even her name at a moment's notice. One opponent has slashed her with a skate. Another once smashed her face into a bar.She is Pasha Grishuk, and, with her partner Yevgeny Platov, she is out for an ice dancing gold medal at the Winter Olympics.The tempestuous Russians, who train in Marlboro, Mass., are the reigning Olympic champions. They will hit the ice during tomorrow's first phase of the ice dancing competition.
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By Kevin Cowherd | February 22, 1994
At least it wasn't dyslexia -- British ice dancer Christopher Dean revealed that in school, he had trouble studying and received poor grades.Then a friend pinpointed his problem: He was highlighting everything in black Magic Marker.There's no sport in that, either -- Buoyed by its easy 7-1 pummeling of outmanned Italian hockey team, Team USA plans off-day visit to a Lillehammer dairy farm to hunt cows.Take a deep breath, Scott -- With long-awaited Tonya Harding-Nancy Kerrigan showdown just one day away, excitable CBS skating analyst Scott Hamilton is being given IV sedatives and cognitive therapy during which he chants: "I will not overreact, I will not overreact . . . "Sources say -- Eerie Dan Rather-Connie Chung spots, in which CBS anchors talk in glowing terms about each other, were filmed while network executives off-camera trained a gun on each star's head.
NEWS
April 26, 1992
A Jamaican national who may be in the United States illegally has been charged with threatening to kill a Severn man by pointing a gun athis head.Evon George Gooden, 39, of Towson, was charged with assault with intent to murder, reckless endangerment and being a felon in possession of a firearm.Police said Gooden struck Anthony Peter Lopez, 34, in front of his home in the 8600 block of Pioneer Drive at about 1:20 Wednesday afternoon. Lopez was struck from behind with a hard object.When Lopez turned around, police said, Gooden pointed a handgun at Lopez's head and threatened him.After a brief fight, Gooden drove off, police said.
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December 7, 1990
What: NutraSweet World Professional Figure Skating ChampionshipsSite: Capital Centre, Landover, tomorrow, 7 p.m.dTC Tickets: About 2,000 of 18,000 tickets are left. $35 and $22.50.Available by calling TicketCenter at 481-6000.TV: A tape of the 11th annual championships will be televised by NBC on "SportsWorld" Jan. 26-27.Women: Two-time defending champion Debi Thomas; Denise Biellmann, who defeated Thomas in the Challenge of Champions, the Moscow stop in this event; Elizabeth Manley of Canada, in her first pro competition since upsetting Thomas for the Olympic silver medal in Calgary in 1988; Rosalynn Sumners, the 1984 silver medalist and third-place finisher last year.
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June 2, 2011
List of St. Vincent Pallotti High School Class of 2011: Valedictorian: Alina Kenealy Salutatorian: Stephen Nagle Kwasi Aboagye Adejare Adesanya Brittney Allotey Munfarid Amimi Luke Auger Rachel Bacarella Allison Berger Lorisa Bertrand Cassandra Bisnath Kristina Bland Walter Bohorfoush Michael Bowers Alexis Brown Kyle Cabrol Shannon Carlin Kathleen Carroll ...
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February 15, 1996
A 30-year-old Baltimore County man was convicted yesterday of attempted armed robbery, illegally transporting a handgun and possessing a pipe bomb in connection with the holdup of a Gamber bank last summer.In an Alford plea, Christopher Dean Taggart of the 17900 block of Marshall Mill Road declined to plead guilty but agreed the evidence was against him. He allowed the prosecutor's statement of facts to be the sole testimony in the case.In exchange for the Alford plea, prosecutors agreed to drop related charges, including impersonating a police officer and possessing a device resembling an explosive.
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March 15, 1996
The county is facing a tight budget, but Sykesville may have a surplus large enough to lower property taxes. The town is considering a decrease of 2 cents."
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Sun Staff Writer | February 19, 1994
HAMAR, Norway -- They danced the waltz. They danced the blues.And when it was over, a pair of teams from Russia were tied for the lead and the British legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean were in third.The compulsory competition in ice dance at the Winter Olympics produced little in the way of drama last night.Maia Usova and Alexander Zhulin were in a first-place tie with Oksana Gritschuk and Yevgeny Platov.Torvill and Dean, back in the competitive skating world after 10 years on the ice show circuit, clung to third.
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