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The Atlantic Monthly (1857-1932), ISSN 0160-6514, 08/1903, Volume 92, Issue 550, p. 256
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The Austin American Statesman (1973-1987), 06/1978, p. D1
Lee Tunnell, a devout Baptist, wilt attend Baylor University this fall. But not for the obvious reason. 
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The Austin American Statesman (1973-1987), 03/1979, p. E5
... meets Westlakc at 1 today at Burger Center The Chaparrals getting one-hit pitching from sophomore Brent Bradshaw nipped Travis 1-0. Bradshnw though had take back... 
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The Austin American Statesman (1973-1987), 08/1979, p. E4
Everyone needs it, to some extent, admits the Reagan head coach. But, he adds, like anything else, there can be too much of a good thing. Freytag's fellow... 
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The Austin American Statesman (1973-1987), 08/1979, p. F4
When your heaviest starting running back weighs 165 pounds, you look for bright spots anywhere you can. 
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The Austin American Statesman (1973-1987), 08/1980, p. E6
Remember Kelly-Gruber? Bobby Etheredge does, and not because the former Westlake Chaparral was a first-round draft pick of the Cleveland Indians, the 10th... 
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The Austin American Statesman (1973-1987), 08/1980, p. E6
Remember Kelly-Gruber? Bobby Etheredge does, and not because the former Westlake Chaparral was a first-round draft pick of the Cleveland Indians, the 10th... 
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The Austin American Statesman (1973-1987), 11/1980, p. G5
They called Lonell Phea "The Stepper" at Bonham High School because, logically, "I was always stepping out". There have been times during his three-year career... 
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The Austin American Statesman (1973-1987), 11/1980, p. H7
Houston linebacker Grady Turner didn't have to be in the Texas dressing room to know what was being said there after the Longhorns escaped with a 15-13 victory... 
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Austin American-statesman, 04/1989
  A pleasant surprise has been the emergence of Brian Symonette, a redshirt freshman who entered the spring as a third-teamer at outside linebacker and has... 
Dove, Mark | Francis, James | Dykes, Spike
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Michigan citizen, ISSN 1072-2041, 02/1990, Volume XII, Issue 11
... schools curriculum. Errol Henderson, Cass Technical High School graduate and Don Rico Brent, Highland Park High graduate, came to the meeting to formally ask board... 
Education | Politics
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Michigan citizen, ISSN 1072-2041, 03/1990, Volume XII, Issue 15
...." Henderson, along with Rico Brent, Chris Rutherford and several other WSU student activists routinely go to schools, including colleges, to "kick the knowledge... 
Education | Politics
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Austin American-statesman, 03/1990
  Oddsmakers list No. 1 Oklahoma as a 29-point favorite over Towson State, making the Sooners the biggest favorite in any first-round game. . . . Southwest... 
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Michigan citizen, ISSN 1072-2041, 03/1990, Volume XII, Issue 16
(Country Day) was too Eurocentric. I didn't like the environment," [Brent] said. "(I) just felt the rejection... 
Finance | Music | Rap music
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Michigan citizen, ISSN 1072-2041, 04/1990, Volume XII, Issue 19
...." "If they don't want to treat you right, they won't treat you right," [Don Rico Brent] and Henderson reminded students. 
Endangered & extinct species | Music | Environment | Rap music
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Austin American-statesman, 10/1990
... Joey Banes, receiver Pat Coleman and defensive end Keith Friberg, who were training-camp casualties. The only true newcomer is quarterback Brent Snyder, a Utah... 
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Austin American-statesman, 10/1990
.... "It was no fault of our own. We were just a little disorganized." PHOTOS; San Francisco's Brent Jones (84... 
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Austin American-statesman, 10/1990
.... To make room for Slack, quarterback Brent Snyder was waived Monday. Houston also is expected to sign quarterback Tom Muecke... 
Lyles, Robert | Meads, Johnny | Walsh, Steve | Mora, Jim
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Austin American-statesman, 11/1990
  [Fred Jacoby] said the top four seeds could either meet at one arena for a Saturday-Sunday doubleheader or be split with two games at an SWC site and the... 
Jacoby, Fred | Penders, Tom
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Austin American-statesman, 11/1990
... (4.2 ppg, 6.6 rpg), Benford Williams, 6-5 F (6.7 ppg, 3.6 rpg) Returning regulars: Brent Scott, 6-9 C (15.3 ppg, 8.2 rpg), [Dana Hardy], 6-2 G (13 ppg, 4.2 rpg, 4 apg), [Kenneth Rourke] 6-10 F (10.6 ppg, 8 rpg... 
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