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By THE BOSTON GLOBE | July 12, 2006
They can go at their own pace. It is like watching a television show on TiVo, but with a class." - JOHN WARNER, chemistry professor at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, on the benefits of replacing in-person teaching with podcasts; more college and university instructors are recording their lectures as downloadable files that students can listen to whenever and wherever they want
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | May 27, 2011
John Warner Lynch, who had been a Social Security Administration computer specialist and an Air Force pilot, died May 22 of cancer at his Sparks home. He was 63. The son of a banker and an artist, Mr. Lynch was born in Baltimore and raised in Pikesville and Lutherville. He was a 1965 graduate of Calvert Hall High School and earned a bachelor's degree in business from the University of Maryland, College Park. He enlisted in the Air Force and completed pilot training in 1970.
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January 18, 1999
The Gamber and Community Fire Company installed officers for 1999 at its annual banquet Jan. 9.Administrative officers are Calvin Brothers, president; Robert Klinefelter, first vice president; Clayton Myers Jr., second vice president; Christine Green, recording secretary; Jeannie Green, corresponding secretary; Dennis Brothers, treasurer; Michael Sullivan, sergeant-at-arms.Members of the board of directors are Richard Green Sr., Edward Yingling, Clifford Yeager, John Warner, Robert Weishaar.
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By THE BOSTON GLOBE | July 12, 2006
They can go at their own pace. It is like watching a television show on TiVo, but with a class." - JOHN WARNER, chemistry professor at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, on the benefits of replacing in-person teaching with podcasts; more college and university instructors are recording their lectures as downloadable files that students can listen to whenever and wherever they want
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February 9, 1998
Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department named Doug Dorer as firefighter of the year for 1997 at its recent installation and awards banquet.Administrative officers for 1998 are Linas Saurusaitis, president; Tom Ecker, first vice president; Jack Stone, second vice president; Marianne Warehime, recording secretary, and Trena Hossler, assistant; Suzannah Warehime, financial secretary; Lynne Warner, treasurer; and Harry Fourhman, assistant.Trustees are Levere Kopp, Dorer, John Warner, John Tawes, Doug Patterson.
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March 23, 1994
Ronald Reagan probably owes his career to "the Eleventh Commandment" -- "Thou Shalt Not Speak Ill of Any Fellow Republican." The rule was enunciated by the California Republican chairman in 1966 when Mr. Reagan first ran for office. It stopped attacks on his inexperience during the gubernatorial primary, and Mr. Reagan won the nomination, then the governorship. He has steadfastly obeyed the commandment ever since.Until now. Mr. Reagan's former budget director, James C. Miller III, who is running against Oliver North for the Republican senatorial nomination in Virginia, last week released a letter Mr. Reagan wrote that is highly critical of Mr. North.
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By Jack W. Germond & Jules Witcover | October 16, 1996
WASHINGTON -- The controversy over the fake picture used in a commercial for Sen. John Warner of Virginia has thrown new light on an old issue -- the role of political consultants in American politics.The commercial used by the Virginia Republican against Democratic challenger Mark Warner was, of course, beyond the pale. The ad purported to prove that the Democratic Warner was a true ''insider'' in the political establishment, which is one of the complaints he is making against the Republican Warner.
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By C. Fraser Smith and C. Fraser Smith,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1998
Republican gubernatorial candidate Ellen R. Sauerbrey and her special guest, Iran-contra figure Oliver L. North, entertained campaign contributors privately last night in an elegant home outside Annapolis.A Sun reporter, who drove down the quarter-mile wooded driveway to a makeshift parking lot, gave his name and was immediately asked to leave. A parking attendant said the name was on a "don't admit" list.About 30 cars were parked on a slight incline leading to the fountain-fronted home of Mike Scarborough, a corporate money manager.
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January 16, 1995
Could it be that the ill-conceived War Powers Resolution passed in 1973 is going to get the burial it has long deserved? The prospects are propitious. Senate Republican leader Bob Dole now admits he was wrong in voting for the resolution during the emotions of the Vietnam War. He has sponsored a measure that would repeal the most noxious features of this congressional attempt to restrict presidential authority and has every right to expect strong support from President Clinton.Like Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and George Bush, President Clinton has never accepted the constitutionality of the War Powers Resolution.
FEATURES
February 18, 1999
Who's a really swingin' Jedi master? SHAFT!It's not a great theme song, but it's descriptive. Samuel L. Jackson, who's a Jedi guru in the forthcoming "Star Wars" prequel, is also in final talks to reprise the title role in a remake of 1971's "Shaft." Variety reports that Paramount Pictures will update the original film, which was adapted from a novel by Ernest Tidyman and starred Richard Roundtree as a tough-talking P.I. enlisted by a Harlem mob boss to rescue his kidnapped daughter.PAINTED LADY: Sports Illustrated porn issue -- uh, swimsuit issue cover wench Rebecca Romijn-Stamos endured as many as 14 hours of body-painting at a time for some of the painted-on swimsuit shots in the magazine.
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February 18, 1999
Who's a really swingin' Jedi master? SHAFT!It's not a great theme song, but it's descriptive. Samuel L. Jackson, who's a Jedi guru in the forthcoming "Star Wars" prequel, is also in final talks to reprise the title role in a remake of 1971's "Shaft." Variety reports that Paramount Pictures will update the original film, which was adapted from a novel by Ernest Tidyman and starred Richard Roundtree as a tough-talking P.I. enlisted by a Harlem mob boss to rescue his kidnapped daughter.PAINTED LADY: Sports Illustrated porn issue -- uh, swimsuit issue cover wench Rebecca Romijn-Stamos endured as many as 14 hours of body-painting at a time for some of the painted-on swimsuit shots in the magazine.
NEWS
January 18, 1999
The Gamber and Community Fire Company installed officers for 1999 at its annual banquet Jan. 9.Administrative officers are Calvin Brothers, president; Robert Klinefelter, first vice president; Clayton Myers Jr., second vice president; Christine Green, recording secretary; Jeannie Green, corresponding secretary; Dennis Brothers, treasurer; Michael Sullivan, sergeant-at-arms.Members of the board of directors are Richard Green Sr., Edward Yingling, Clifford Yeager, John Warner, Robert Weishaar.
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By C. Fraser Smith and C. Fraser Smith,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1998
Republican gubernatorial candidate Ellen R. Sauerbrey and her special guest, Iran-contra figure Oliver L. North, entertained campaign contributors privately last night in an elegant home outside Annapolis.A Sun reporter, who drove down the quarter-mile wooded driveway to a makeshift parking lot, gave his name and was immediately asked to leave. A parking attendant said the name was on a "don't admit" list.About 30 cars were parked on a slight incline leading to the fountain-fronted home of Mike Scarborough, a corporate money manager.
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February 9, 1998
Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department named Doug Dorer as firefighter of the year for 1997 at its recent installation and awards banquet.Administrative officers for 1998 are Linas Saurusaitis, president; Tom Ecker, first vice president; Jack Stone, second vice president; Marianne Warehime, recording secretary, and Trena Hossler, assistant; Suzannah Warehime, financial secretary; Lynne Warner, treasurer; and Harry Fourhman, assistant.Trustees are Levere Kopp, Dorer, John Warner, John Tawes, Doug Patterson.
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By Jack W. Germond & Jules Witcover | October 16, 1996
WASHINGTON -- The controversy over the fake picture used in a commercial for Sen. John Warner of Virginia has thrown new light on an old issue -- the role of political consultants in American politics.The commercial used by the Virginia Republican against Democratic challenger Mark Warner was, of course, beyond the pale. The ad purported to prove that the Democratic Warner was a true ''insider'' in the political establishment, which is one of the complaints he is making against the Republican Warner.
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June 13, 1996
FOR THE THIRD TIME in four years, Virginia voters have repudiated Republican right-wingers supported by the Christian Coalition, the National Rifle Association and the fervent followers of Iran-contra personality Oliver North. The key figure in all these confrontations was Sen. John W. Warner. He emerged this time as the overwhelming winner in a primary that should be highly encouraging nationally to the party's mainstream and its presidential nominee, Bob Dole.Mr. Warner first angered ultra-conservatives in 1993 by opposing (and helping to beat)
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By Jack W. Germond and Jack W. Germond,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | June 8, 1996
TAPPAHANNOCK, Va. -- Rosamond Lilly has a "Vote for Jim Miller" sticker on her car and another on her purse. But her goal in Tuesday's Republican primary is less to elect James C. Miller than to defeat Sen. John W. Warner."
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By Jack W. Germond and Jack W. Germond,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | June 8, 1996
TAPPAHANNOCK, Va. -- Rosamond Lilly has a "Vote for Jim Miller" sticker on her car and another on her purse. But her goal in Tuesday's Republican primary is less to elect James C. Miller than to defeat Sen. John W. Warner."
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