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By KATIE CARRERA | August 9, 2006
Linebacker Tim Johnson returns to the Ravens after four seasons with the Oakland Raiders. In his career, he has 63 total tackles, 43 solo. Johnson was originally signed as a rookie by the Ravens in 2001 before being placed on waivers. Do you like to try your hand at NFL video games? A bit on and off. Do you play with the Ravens when you do? Yeah, that's my team. That was my team before I even came here. Ever since Madden, the defense since 2000 has been great on the game. What is your favorite movie of all time?
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By Jonathan Pitts, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2013
His parishioners call him a visionary leader and a strong man, but nothing could have fully prepared the Rev. Cecil Gray for what he first saw late Friday afternoon. The house of worship he directs, Northwood-Appold United Methodist Church in Northeast Baltimore, lay in ruins, the charred remnant of a four-alarm fire that had torn through it 12 hours earlier. The roof was gone. The interior was rubble. All that seemed to be standing were the church's outer walls and the metal cross atop its teetering steeple.
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November 17, 2004
On November 15, 2004, BEVERLY ANN JOHNSON (nee Markel) devoted mother of Denise Loughry, Kelly Hagin and Tim Johnson, loving grandmother of Tom and Blake Hagin. Grave-side Service will be held at the Parkwood Cemetery, on Thursday at 1 P.M. Arrangements by the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc.
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By Jonas Shaffer, For The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2012
The first thing Tim Johnson remembers hearing from the son who had gone unexpectedly airborne that dreary August afternoon seven years ago in southern Canada, a 12-year-old bucked from his 250cc motorcycle like a clueless bull rider, was that he could not feel his legs. Michael Johnson could not feel his legs, he later learned, because there was no way of feeling them. At the moment his chest, hurtling toward a wooden fence at almost 80 mph, met the handlebars of a dirt bike that refused to go any farther, the paraplegia was immediate.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 21, 1992
Washington Redskins cornerback Darrell Green yesterday was cleared by doctors to practice for the first time since he suffered a broken forearm in the second game of the season against the Atlanta Falcons.But Green, who was at first feared lost for the season, had only limited duty in the workout and isn't expected to be activated for the game Monday night against the New Orleans Saints.The team's other starting cornerback, Martin Mayhew, was sidelined with the same injury last week, so Alvoid Mays will start in that spot.
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By Vito Stellino | October 16, 1993
The Washington Redskins made it official yesterday that defensive lineman Jason Buck will join Charles Mann on the sidelines for tomorrow's game against the Phoenix Cardinals.Buck, who separated his shoulder Sunday, was placed on the inactive list along with Mann, who is recovering from knee surgery. The other two players put on the inactive list were tight end Frank Wycheck and offensive lineman Greg Huntington.A third lineman, Tim Johnson (bruised thigh), hasn't practiced this week, and two others, Eric Williams (hip)
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 14, 2006
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Tim Johnson, a South Dakota Democrat, was hospitalized yesterday and underwent surgery, but tests indicated that he did not suffer a stroke, his office said. Johnson, a centrist who has largely avoided the spotlight since being elected 10 years ago, became disoriented during a midday conference call with reporters. He was taken to George Washington University Hospital, where he was evaluated for a "possible stroke," his office said. A spokeswoman said later that doctors had found no evidence that Johnson, who turns 60 in two weeks, had suffered either a stroke or a heart attack, but he remained in the hospital.
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By Jonas Shaffer, For The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2012
The first thing Tim Johnson remembers hearing from the son who had gone unexpectedly airborne that dreary August afternoon seven years ago in southern Canada, a 12-year-old bucked from his 250cc motorcycle like a clueless bull rider, was that he could not feel his legs. Michael Johnson could not feel his legs, he later learned, because there was no way of feeling them. At the moment his chest, hurtling toward a wooden fence at almost 80 mph, met the handlebars of a dirt bike that refused to go any farther, the paraplegia was immediate.
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By Ed Heard and Ed Heard,SUN STAFF | December 29, 1995
In the days before Christmas, brothers Tim and Leo Johnson were given sodas and fine baked goods by residents along their trash pickup route in Columbia.But this week -- the year's biggest for trash -- the Johnsons and scores of other Howard County garbage collectors received another kind of gift: empty boxes, old furniture and other holiday remnants that nearly double their normal trash load.Howard County has contracts with five companies for trash removal from the curbsides of the county's 62,000 single-family homes and 22,000 apartments and condominiums.
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July 30, 2002
NOTHING QUITE focuses the congressional mind like the deadline of an impending recess. Especially the summer recess in an election year when lawmakers are eager to leave but don't want to go home to voters empty-handed. Even so, the speed at which long-stalled legislation suddenly got wings before the House took off last weekend was stunning. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle may lose his job if he can't turn in a similar performance. Two particularly important steps the Senate should take this week before following the House out of town are casting the final vote that would give President Bush trade negotiating authority and agreeing on a plan to help older Americans buy prescription drugs.
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By Candus Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2012
Jonathan Browning built his career on four wheels, but his passion rides on two. Browning, Volkswagen Group of America's top executive, doesn't see why cars and bikes can't — to steal a slogan from the automaker — coexist on the road of life. "Almost every family in the country has a car and a bike in some condition in the garage," said Browning Tuesday morning as he sat in the lobby of a downtown Baltimore hotel, cycling helmet in his hands and a blue Volkswagen jersey stretched across his lean torso.
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 14, 2006
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Tim Johnson, a South Dakota Democrat, was hospitalized yesterday and underwent surgery, but tests indicated that he did not suffer a stroke, his office said. Johnson, a centrist who has largely avoided the spotlight since being elected 10 years ago, became disoriented during a midday conference call with reporters. He was taken to George Washington University Hospital, where he was evaluated for a "possible stroke," his office said. A spokeswoman said later that doctors had found no evidence that Johnson, who turns 60 in two weeks, had suffered either a stroke or a heart attack, but he remained in the hospital.
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By KATIE CARRERA | August 9, 2006
Linebacker Tim Johnson returns to the Ravens after four seasons with the Oakland Raiders. In his career, he has 63 total tackles, 43 solo. Johnson was originally signed as a rookie by the Ravens in 2001 before being placed on waivers. Do you like to try your hand at NFL video games? A bit on and off. Do you play with the Ravens when you do? Yeah, that's my team. That was my team before I even came here. Ever since Madden, the defense since 2000 has been great on the game. What is your favorite movie of all time?
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November 17, 2004
On November 15, 2004, BEVERLY ANN JOHNSON (nee Markel) devoted mother of Denise Loughry, Kelly Hagin and Tim Johnson, loving grandmother of Tom and Blake Hagin. Grave-side Service will be held at the Parkwood Cemetery, on Thursday at 1 P.M. Arrangements by the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc.
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By Cynthia Tucker | April 19, 2004
ATLANTA - Reading biographical profiles of dead American soldiers, I am struck, always, by their ages - 22 or 19 or 24. For most, childhood is all they get; their lives end even as their adulthood begins. Usually they come from families of modest means, strivers looking to serve their country but also to gain technical training or college scholarships. In this group, graduates of Harvard or Yale or Duke are rare. Rare, too, are children of those policy-makers who decided this war was necessary.
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By Paul West and Paul West,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | September 2, 2002
WASHINGTON - Two years after a dead-even presidential vote, a nation still split down the middle is heading into the midterm election with both houses of Congress up for grabs. Every possible result is within reach: a complete takeover of Capitol Hill by either party; a switch of control in both chambers; or no change, with Democrats still running the Senate and Republicans the House. The election will also decide 36 governorships, including the major states of California, New York, Florida, Texas, Illinois and Pennsylvania.
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By Cynthia Tucker | April 19, 2004
ATLANTA - Reading biographical profiles of dead American soldiers, I am struck, always, by their ages - 22 or 19 or 24. For most, childhood is all they get; their lives end even as their adulthood begins. Usually they come from families of modest means, strivers looking to serve their country but also to gain technical training or college scholarships. In this group, graduates of Harvard or Yale or Duke are rare. Rare, too, are children of those policy-makers who decided this war was necessary.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | August 11, 1994
Dan Reeves made it official yesterday: Dave Brown is the new starting quarterback of the New York Giants.Reeves, the Giants' coach, made the announcement yesterday in Berlin after a joint practice with the San Diego Chargers that Brown has beaten out Kent Graham for the job.It became obvious after Graham struggled Saturday night in a 24-15 loss to the Cleveland Browns that Brown was going to get the job.Reeves said before the team left for Germany that...
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July 30, 2002
NOTHING QUITE focuses the congressional mind like the deadline of an impending recess. Especially the summer recess in an election year when lawmakers are eager to leave but don't want to go home to voters empty-handed. Even so, the speed at which long-stalled legislation suddenly got wings before the House took off last weekend was stunning. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle may lose his job if he can't turn in a similar performance. Two particularly important steps the Senate should take this week before following the House out of town are casting the final vote that would give President Bush trade negotiating authority and agreeing on a plan to help older Americans buy prescription drugs.
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By Joe Strauss | February 15, 1998
AL EastOriolesManager: Ray Miller1997 record: 98-64, first placeNo. 1: Can Armando Benitez, Arthur Rhodes and/or Norm Charlton fill in the blank left by closer Randy Myers' defection to Toronto?No. 2: Will free agency become a distraction or a motivation to the 13 eligible after this season?No. 3: Will Jimmy Key more closely resemble last year's first half (12-4, 2.55 ERA) or second (4-6, 4.50 ERA)?No. 4: Is Roberto Alomar physically and mentally ready to resemble his reputation as one of the game's top five players?
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