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A Perfect Candidate


"A Perfect Candidate" is a 1996 documentary about the 1994 U.S. Senate race in Virginia between Democrat Chuck Robb and Republican Oliver North.

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Google previewThe Capstone Encyclopaedia of Business (2013)

The Most Up-To-Date and Accessible Guide to Business Ever by Capstone

The ubiquitous nature of the McDonald's burger – it is produced in over 120 countries – makes it a perfect candidate for this type of exercise and led to what The Economist lightheartedly refers to as 'Burgernomics'. The Big Mac purchasing ...

Google previewThe Zombie Movie Encyclopedia, Volume 2: 2000-2010 (2012)

by Peter Dendle

Obviously, then, it's a perfect candidate for translation to the big screen. Here's the pitch: D3 Corporation ex- periments in reanimating human bodies, causing a global zombie epidemic, and the world is Onechanbara: The Movie—Vortex 145 ...

Google previewThe Pittsburgh Pirates Encyclopedia (2015)

Second Edition by David Finoli, Bill Ranier

The new GM had a perfect candidate in Chuck Tanner, a native of New Castle, Penn., located just a short commute from Pittsburgh. Unfortunately, Tanner was under contract to manage the Oakland A's, and the A's maverick owner, Charles O.

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