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Examples of "sheffler"
Bayard Taylor "Bill" Sheffler (23 August 1917 in El Paso, Texas – 28 June 1949 in Trenton, New Jersey) was an American racecar driver active during the 1940s.
Other critics, such as Israel Sheffler, Hilary Putnam and Saul Kripke, have focused on the Fregean distinction between sense and reference in order to defend scientific realism. Sheffler contends that Kuhn confuses the meanings of terms such as "mass" with their references. While their meanings may very well differ, their references (the objects or entities to which they correspond in the external world) remain fixed.
His credits in mainstream cinema are limited, although he did play the role of Weasel Podowski in Wes Craven's 1972 horror film, "The Last House on the Left". He contributed to its DVD commentary track with costars David Hess and Marc Sheffler.
Wes Craven began his career with the horror film "The Last House on the Left" in 1972. This book tells the inside making of the film, featuring interviews with cast members including David Hess, Sandra Peabody, Lucy Grantham, Marc Sheffler, Jeramie Rain and Fred J. Lincoln, rare photographs, stills from unreleased out-takes, and commentary from Wes Craven.
He was shot down and killed on 15 Aug 1972 by an F-4E after a brief engagement NW of Hanoi. Capts Fred Sheffler and Mark Massen (336th TFS, 4th TFW, TDY to Ubon AB, Thailand) thwarted his attack and launched an AIM-7 that ended his career.
Sheffler made 15 AAA Championship Car starts, including the 1946 Indianapolis 500 where he finished 9th, and eleven races in 1948, when he finished fourth in the National Championship. He died from injuries sustained in a practice crash prior to the 1949 Championship Car race at Trenton Speedway.