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1 The first thing I noticed was that nobody looked like me," said Dr. Goodman, who is white.
2 The two roads meet north of Goodman.
3 And finally I end with a couple of slides on Hugh Mellor and Nelson Goodman.
4 These beauty types were determined by fashion editors at magazines," Goodman said.
5 Ms Goodman regards auctions as a "necessary evil" and does her utmost to ensure that the works that she sells do not appear there.
6 It said it was inconceivable that Clive Goodman, the paper's former royal editor, was the only person engaged in the practice.
7 Mr Goodman, who insists that the city's only big problem is the term limits that are forcing him out of office next year, rejects all such pessimism.
8 The cash arrangements with Clive Goodman I knew nothing about.
9 Mr Coulson repeated earlier statements that he was unaware of the activities of Clive Goodman, the royal reporter jailed for hacking the voicemails of aides to Prince William.
10 I idolized the great improvisers like Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw, but I rarely sought a soloist role. I was content being a sideman, playing notes written by someone else.
11 Marian Goodman, Mr Richter's primary dealer since 1985, plays a role in seeing that the Richter market is what she calls "an honest game".
12 Andy Coulson's resignation was announced last Friday, but royal editor Clive Goodman remains suspended from his job at the News of the World and confusion surrounds his future.
13 Goodman was jailed in 2007 after being found guilty of illegally obtaining messages left on mobile phones belonging to members of the royal household.
14 Commons media select committee compel Scotland Yard to release files on the Goodman case?
15 investigated and, at the start of 2007, Clive Goodman, the newspaper's royal editor, and Glenn Mulcaire, a private investigator, were jailed.
16 News of the World editor Andy Coulson resigns after Goodman is sentenced.
17 popular and influential that in 1938, Goodman and his orchestra were invited to play the first nonclassical concert at Carnegie Hall.
18 Glenn Mulcaire, a private investigator who was on the News of the World payroll and was used by Goodman, was also jailed.
19 Wearing a black suit, Goodman spoke only to confirm his name, age and address.
20 During the trial of Mr Goodman and Mr Mulcaire, it emerged that a number of other figures, including Mr Taylor and a number of celebrities, had had their voicemail intercepted.
21 News of the World, which suspended Goodman on Friday, said it had no comment to make on today's court proceedings.
22 recently professor at Cambridge, and Nelson Goodman, a famous author of the Goodman paradox.
23 Benny Goodman, the clarinet player who looked like a banker but whose sound swooped and soared like a bird, led a band that sparked a worldwide craze in the 30s.
24 wheresoever he shall go in, say ye to the goodman of the house, the Master saith, where is the guestchamber, where I shall eat the Passover with my disciples?
25 AL GOODMAN: at a bar near her job, Clara watches the news about the indictments; familiar images.
26 An old goodman of a priest, who passes along mumbling his prayers?
27 Here's the Goodman Orchestra with the opening salvo to Blue Skies, from the great age of big-band swing in 1935.
28 The investigation by the members of Parliament has its roots in the case against Clive Goodman, a NoW reporter jailed for hacking into the voicemails of royal aides.
29 Shopping can literally be done everywhere in Manhattan, but for famous stores—Tiffany, Cartier, Saks, Bergdorf Goodman, Henri Bendel—go to Midtown.
30 Tell yourself that your nice-guy, good-man husband couldn't stand your erotic fantasies and wish you'd married the wild black-leather-jacket boy instead.