Synonyms for pickell or Related words with pickell

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Miller, Gibbons, Grove, Pickell, Olmstead, Dunham, Calahan.
W. Miller, Willis, Lantrop, Carlton (Capt), Larson, Pickell, Mullins, Hyatt.
The Pickell Mine was located on the west side of Barton towards Moscow. Its tipple was not located in town.
In 2002, James Collins and Dave Pickell released the single "Do You Mind If We Talk About Bill?", which was written about Amesbury.
By 1985 the band was without a record deal and Henderson cobbled together a touring only lineup made up of former member Claire Lawrence (sax, backing vocals), Jerry Adolphe (drums), Brian Newcombe (bass), Robbie Gray (keyboards, backing vocals) and Dave Pickell (keyboards). Pickell was replaced almost immediately by another former member John Roles (guitar, keyboards) and this grouping played mostly in Canadian clubs and smaller venues until Henderson disbanded the group in December 1988.
Pickell was verbally and physically abusive and drank heavily. He would often beat Ella with a horsewhip. In January 1883, Watson fled to back to her parents' home. Pickell came after her, but was intimidated by her father and fled, and had no contact with her afterwards. Watson moved to Red Cloud, Nebraska, north of her family's homestead. She worked at the Royal Hotel for a year while establishing residency and then filed for divorce.
Originally from Oshawa, Ontario, Collins moved to Toronto to pursue a film and music career. As a songwriter, Collins has co-written, with Vancouver-based songwriter Dave Pickell, over 20 Top 40 hits in Canada.
On 11 September 2008, a report by acting integrity commissioner Norman Pickell was tabled in the Legislative Assembly. The report stated that Simailak had violated the Integrity Act while acting as Minister of Finance from 2005 to 2007.
Harriman's campus is located at the intersection of Georgia and Roane Streets and its athletic teams compete in Richard Pickell Gymnasium, on Wallace-Black Field, and Sharieffa Barksdale Track.
In 2003, Olivarez was contacted by Canadian songwriter and actor James Collins who brought her to Toronto, Canada, to write and record some new music. Her first single, "The One", co-written by Olivarez, James Collins and Dave Pickell, had "I'm In Love with My Best Friend's Ex" as a B-side, and reached number nine on Canada's single charts & Top Thirty on the Canadian BDS airplay chart. Another of her songs, "As Vain As You" (also co-written with Collins & Pickell), was on the compilation album "Girls Night Out 3".
The Monarch's championship title had some controversy, however, due to an illegal goaltender substitution earlier in the playoffs. While facing the cross town rival Hollywood Wolves, in game four of the best-of-five Southern Division title series, the Monarchs lost their goaltender to injury. The Monarchs then borrowed San Diego Skyhawk goaltender Ron Pickell to face the Wolves in game four. Professional hockey etiquette of that period mandated a team to get their opponent's approval of borrowing a player from another team – especially from a team that was also in the playoffs. The Monarchs picked up Pickell without doing this.
In the summer of 1999, Fabian recorded her first English-language album, "Lara Fabian", in New York and San Francisco for the Sony label. The songs were written and produced with Rick Allison and Dave Pickell, Walter Afanasieff, Glen Ballard and Patrick Leonard.
In his final international event at the 1974 Commonwealth Games in Auckland, New Zealand, he won another gold medal by swimming the anchor leg for the first-place Canadians in the 4×100-metre medley relay, alongside Brian Phillips, Bruce Robertson and Steve Pickell.
Collins scored a Number 1 SOCAN award (with Dave Pickell) for their tongue-in-cheek true story song, "Cyndi Lauper Said No." The song reached #1 on Quebec's Top 25 Pop/Rock chart for 5 weeks in 2009. It's the first time an indie reached Number 1 on this chart.
Donald Graham Smith (born May 9, 1958) is a Canadian former competition swimmer who won a silver medal in the men's 4x100-metre medley relay at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Quebec. He did so alongside teammates Stephen Pickell, Clay Evans and Gary MacDonald. His brother George also competed in swimming.
Stephanie Martin has released 2 original music albums and 1 single. The albums "shape line & harmony" in 2007 and "April Snow" in 2016 were both co-written and produced by Juno Award winner Chad Irschick. The single "SAILING ON" was co-written with Diane Leah and produced by Dave Pickell.
The foundation was affected by scandals; in 2004 its head, Leonard Pickell, resigned and was imprisoned for grand larceny and in 2005 the board of trustees resigned. During this period, chef and writer Anthony Bourdain called the foundation "a kind of benevolent shakedown operation." A new board of trustees has instituted an ethics policy and chosen a president, Susan Ungaro, to prevent future problems.
"That's What My Love Is For" is a song written by Amy Sky and Dave Pickell and performed by Anne Murray and Aaron Neville. The song reached #15 on the Canadian Adult Contemporary chart in 1996. The song appeared on her 1996 album, "Anne Murray".
Originally known as Bukidnon Provincial High School, Bukidnon State College started as a two-year secondary school in 1924. Upon the authority of the Director of Education, William H. Pickell, who was an American school superintendent for Bukidnon, established the school. It was first set up to train elementary school teachers for the provinces of Northern Mindanao and the neighboring regions.
Gemstone Healer is a computer action adventure game created by Paradigm Creators and published in 1986 by Strategic Simulations. It was developed by Trouba Gossen (who was also responsible for the graphics), Peter Lount (design and programming); with assistance by Kevin Pickell (porting to C-64). It is a sequel to "Gemstone Warrior".