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  • An [[American liberalism|American liberal]] television commentator, '''Chris Matthews''' is the host of the [[MSNBC]] television opinion show, [[Hardball]]. Pre ...on campaigns since 1988, including the five-week recount of 2000. In 2005 Matthews covered the funeral of Pope John Paul II.<ref name=Bio>{{citation
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  • An [[American liberalism|American liberal]] television commentator, '''Chris Matthews''' is the host of the [[MSNBC]] television opinion show, [[Hardball]]. Pre ...on campaigns since 1988, including the five-week recount of 2000. In 2005 Matthews covered the funeral of Pope John Paul II.<ref name=Bio>{{citation
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  • {{r|Chris Matthews}}
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  • ...e CBS Evening News and NPR’s Marketplace and MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews; [[2009 White House Forum on Health Reform]]; testified to Congress
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  • {{r|Chris Matthews}}
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  • ...lar appearances on the "[[Rachel Maddow]] Show" and "Hardball with [[Chris Matthews]]".
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  • '''Christopher Eric Hitchens''' (13th April 1949 – 15th December 2011) was a [[Uni ...www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/dec/16/christopher-hitchens-quotes-bons-mots Christopher Hitchens quotes: the writer's most memorable bons mots]'. 16th Decemb
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  • ...the ''[[Washington Post]]'' and ''[[USA Today]]'', and appears on [[Chris Matthews]]' show on [[MSNBC]]. She started the column in 1987, while a staff writer ...our sleeve,” I suppose, or is it meant to compare socially conservative Christians to Nazis? — is “killing the Republican Party.” Lest readers miss
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  • {{r|Chris Matthews}}
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  • ...and a regular guest on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" and NBC's "Chris Matthews' Show." One of the first mainstream journalists to blog, he started the Da ...mpted by the [[Christian Right]], although he opposes the formation of a [[Christian Left]].<ref name=Time>{{citation
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  • | author = [[Chris Matthews]] ...Kyl]] ([[U.S. Republican Party|R-]][[Arizona]]), the minority whip; Sen. [[Christopher Bond]] ([[U.S. Republican Party|R-]][[Missouri]]), the ranking minor
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  • {{rpl|Chris Penn}} {{rpl|Matthew Perry}}
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  • ...<br />Merrilee Rush<br />Ray Peterson<br />Bobby Vee<br />The Nelsons<br />Chris Montez<br />Dodie Stevens<br />The Rip Chords<br />The Surfaris<br />The Or ...]], [[Bobby Vee]], the late [[Rick Nelson]]'s twin sons [[the Nelsons]], [[Chris Montez]], [[Dodie Stevens]], [[the Rip Chords]], [[the Surfaris]], and [[th
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  • * Mackay, Christopher S. ''Ancient Rome: A Military and Political History'' (2005) [http:// * Bunson, Matthew. ''Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire''. Rev. ed. Facts on File, 2002.
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  • {{r|Chris Stirewalt}} political editor {{r|Matthew Sheffield}} executive editor of [[Media Research Center]] blog NewsBusters
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  • {{r|Matthew Vadum}} columnist, [[Frontpage Magazine]] {{r|Chris Yogerst}}
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  • | author = Christopher Hitchens | date = March 2, 2009 ...ecularists as represented by the [[National Secular Society]], evangelical Christians, writers like [[Salman Rushdie]] (and [[English PEN]]) and humorists l
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  • ...]], [[Bobby Vee]], the late [[Rick Nelson]]'s twin sons [[the Nelsons]], [[Chris Montez]], [[Dodie Stevens]], [[the Rip Chords]], [[the Surfaris]], and [[th #'Little Old Lady from Pasadena' (Donald J. Altfeld, Jan Berry, Roger Val Christian) – Jan and Dean
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  • {{rpl|Christian Bale}} {{rpl|Chris Barrie}}
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  • ...and to start his passion for farming.<ref>{{cite journal|last=Welch|first=Chris|date=21 June 1975|title=John Bonham: Over the Hills and Far Away…|journal ...r Brian Treble was appointed to oversee the farm in late 1972. After 1974, Matthew Maloney and John Bonham's brother [[Mick Bonham]] also assisted in managing
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