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April 1, 2008
On March 29, 2008 MARGARET E. (nee BOSLEY); beloved wife of the late Joseph L. Wright; devoted mother of Iris E. Jacobs and Marilyn L. Fowler; loving grandmother of Larry W. Jacobs and his wife Theresa, David L. Jacobs and his wife Theresa, Michael Jacobs and his wife Lisa, Bonnie Hayslup, Jacqueline Powers and her husband Larry and the late James E. Fowler, Jr.; dear great grandmother of Dominic, Jessica, Kellee, Chase, Johnny, Joe, Lacey, Brandon, Lea,...
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April 1, 2008
On March 29, 2008 MARGARET E. (nee BOSLEY); beloved wife of the late Joseph L. Wright; devoted mother of Iris E. Jacobs and Marilyn L. Fowler; loving grandmother of Larry W. Jacobs and his wife Theresa, David L. Jacobs and his wife Theresa, Michael Jacobs and his wife Lisa, Bonnie Hayslup, Jacqueline Powers and her husband Larry and the late James E. Fowler, Jr.; dear great grandmother of Dominic, Jessica, Kellee, Chase, Johnny, Joe, Lacey, Brandon, Lea,...
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By Eric Mink and Eric Mink,New York Daily News | September 15, 1995
Those of us who get paid to watch and write about television take heart when quality dramas and smart comedies, of all things, become the hot trends in the medium.I may believe, for example, that "ER" has been overpraised, but its huge ratings encourage networks to schedule other quality dramas.TV critics can point to the attempts to copycat "Friends," but even poor copies of this show are quantum leaps beyond the empty-headed sitcoms that spread across prime time a decade ago.And then, with visions of all this programming progress tripping merrily through your consciousness, you get whapped upside the head by "Maybe This Time" and wind up comatose on the concrete.
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By Eric Mink and Eric Mink,New York Daily News | September 15, 1995
Those of us who get paid to watch and write about television take heart when quality dramas and smart comedies, of all things, become the hot trends in the medium.I may believe, for example, that "ER" has been overpraised, but its huge ratings encourage networks to schedule other quality dramas.TV critics can point to the attempts to copycat "Friends," but even poor copies of this show are quantum leaps beyond the empty-headed sitcoms that spread across prime time a decade ago.And then, with visions of all this programming progress tripping merrily through your consciousness, you get whapped upside the head by "Maybe This Time" and wind up comatose on the concrete.
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By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Evening Sun Staff | April 25, 1991
ABC's INVENTIVE new "Dinosaurs" has all the ingredients of a breakout hit -- a great premise, a gimmicky hook, good characters, solid ideas, fine writing, extraordinary production values. But it shows in its premiere episode that it still has to adjust the seasoning a little if it's going to become a staple of the American television diet."Dinosaurs" was hatched in the fertile mind of the late Jim Henson, and now his son, Brian, and successful sitcom producer Michael Jacobs ("My Two Dads," "Charles in Charge")
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | January 18, 2006
Dulaney's Matt Jacobs has executed a number of escapes during his six years in wrestling, but he might be in the midst of his greatest this year as a junior. With a 21-0 record that includes 13 pins and three technical falls, Jacobs appears to have successfully escaped the shadow of James Knox, a former teammate, workout partner and state champion who graduated last spring. "Matt was definitely in James' shadow, but I think he's getting over that and he's dealing with his new situation well," Dulaney coach Desi McNelis said.
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By SIOBHAN GORMAN and SIOBHAN GORMAN,SUN REPORTER | August 6, 2006
WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency is running out of juice. The demand for electricity to operate its expanding intelligence systems has left the high-tech eavesdropping agency on the verge of exceeding its power supply, the lifeblood of its sprawling 350-acre Fort Meade headquarters, according to current and former intelligence officials. Agency officials anticipated the problem nearly a decade ago as they looked ahead at the technology needs of the agency, sources said, but it was never made a priority, and now the agency's ability to keep its operations going is threatened.
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March 20, 2006
On March 17, 2006, L. THOMAS JACOBS, JR., of Forest Hill; beloved husband of Kathleen Jacobs; devoted father of Chad T. Jacobs and Lynette K. Jacobs-Elliott; loving grandfather of Oscar "Buddy" B. Elliott, III, Thomas J. Elliott and James "Jackie" M. Elliott; dear brother of Marjorie Jacobs, Mary Ellen Craig, Robert Jacobs and Michael Jacobs and the late Marilyn Bolin. The family will receive friends at the family owned Evans Funeral Chapel - Bel Air, 3 Newport Drive (Rts. 23 & 24-Forest Hill)
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December 7, 2004
On Monday December 6, 2004, DEANE ROBBINS (nee Amster); beloved wife of the late Samuel S. Robbins; devoted mother of Dr. E. Lee Robbins of Glen Arm, MD, and Ellen Jacobs of Tenafly, NJ; dear mother-in-law of Bea Robbins and Michael Jacobs; devoted sister of Jack Amster, Leo Amster and the late Esther Forem and Morris Amster; loving grandmother of Kevin and Kate Robbins, Jill Jacobs, David Jacobs and Ellen Bublick and Mark Jacobs; loving great-grandmother of...
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By Paul McCardell, The Baltimore Sun | June 29, 2013
Curious about the weather during the Battle of Gettysburg fought by soldiers in wool uniforms July 1-3, 1863? The Rev. Dr. Michael Jacobs , a math and science professor at Pennsylvania College, now Gettysburg College, recorded the temperatures three times a day during the battle: 7 a.m., 2 p.m., and 9 p.m. On July 1 the temperature at 2 p.m. was 76 degrees and the sky was cloudy. At 2 p.m. July 2, it was 81 and partly cloudy. It was 87 degrees at 2 p.m. July 3, the time of Pickett's Charge.
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By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Evening Sun Staff | April 25, 1991
ABC's INVENTIVE new "Dinosaurs" has all the ingredients of a breakout hit -- a great premise, a gimmicky hook, good characters, solid ideas, fine writing, extraordinary production values. But it shows in its premiere episode that it still has to adjust the seasoning a little if it's going to become a staple of the American television diet."Dinosaurs" was hatched in the fertile mind of the late Jim Henson, and now his son, Brian, and successful sitcom producer Michael Jacobs ("My Two Dads," "Charles in Charge")
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May 11, 2004
On May 10, 2004, ANNIE M. (nee Heinrick), of Jessup; beloved wife of the late Michael P. Jacobs, Sr.; devoted mother of Michael P. Jr., Gregory, Francis, Barbara and James. She is also survived by seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the GARY L. KAUFMAN FUNERAL HOME at MEADOWRIDGE MEMORIAL PARK, INC., 7250 Washington Blvd., Elkridge (exit 6 off route 100), on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. and to attend funeral services in the Vermillion Chapel on Thursday, 1 P.M. Interment Meadowridge Memorial Park, Inc.
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