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Definition of the noun john mccormick
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- United States operatic tenor (born in Ireland) (1884-1945)
- John McCormick is Jean Monnet Chair of European Union Politics at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, and was department chair from 2001 until 2008. He spent eight years working in the environmental movement before becoming an academic. His research and teaching interests have moved from environmental policy to comparative politics and the politics and policies of the European Union.
- born in (62 years ago) in Ilfracombe
- nationality: United States of America, United Kingdom
- profession: Political scientist
- written works: "Environmental Policy in the European Union", "Another music", "Deductive interpretation of the natal horoscope", "John McCormick, landscapes", "British Politics and the Environment", "Contemporary Britain, Second Edition", "The User's Guide to the Environment", "Dion Bocicault (1820-1890)", "Reclaiming Paradise", "Computer & the Americans", "Acid Earth"
- John McCormick, is a former professional footballer. Playing as a centre back he made a total of 334 appearances in the Football League and Scottish League, for Third Lanark, Aberdeen and Crystal Palace before moving into non-league football with Wealdstone.
- John McCormick a.k.a. John W. McCormick: John Watts McCormick was a U.S. Representative from Ohio.
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- John McCormick a.k.a. John P. McCormick: John Patrick McCormick, known professionally as John P. McCormick, is a former correspondent for Newsweek and the current deputy editorial page editor for the Chicago Tribune. Before joining the Tribune, he was Newsweek's Midwest correspondent for 18 years. He was the recipient of the American Society of Newspaper Editors' 2002 Distinguished Writing Award for Editorial Writing, for his editorials on the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Afghanistan War, the "Renaissance of Black Chicago", and efforts to sell naming rights for the Soldier Field. In December 2008, he also drew considerable attention for his role in the Rod Blagojevich scandal.
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- John McCormick was an American film producer associated with the Hollywood studio First National Pictures. Between 1923 and 1930 he was married to Colleen Moore, one of the highest-paid and most popular stars of the silent era. McCormick was initially unconvinced by the development of sound films and vetoed Moore appearing in them. He changed his mind in 1929 and placed Moore in her first talkie Smiling Irish Eyes which was not a great success. Their marriage was under increasing strain and in 1930 the couple divorced.
- born on (122 years ago) in Kansas City
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Film producer
- died on (54 years ago) in Hollywood
- films produced:
- John McCormick a.k.a. John D. McCormick: John McCormick is a Bloomberg News reporter based in Chicago who covers national politics and government. He followed Barack Obama's presidential bid from its start in February 2007 and traveled with the candidate to nearly 40 states while working for the Chicago Tribune. Obama and McCormick developed a friendly rapport during the campaign. In August 2008, McCormick asked Obama if he was still "shopping" for a vice president.
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- John McCormick is an author and historian.
- also known as John O. McCormick, John Owen McCormick
- born on (97 years ago) in Thief River Falls
- nationality: United States of America
- education: University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts, graduated in
- profession: Historian, author
- died on (5 years ago) in Hovingham
- written works: "Catastrophe & imagination", "Fiction as knowledge", "The middle distance", "Melodrama theatres of the French Boulevard", "Wolfe, Malraux, Hesse", "The complete aficionado", "George Santayana: A Biography"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (Literary Criticism)
- nominated to Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography - "George Santayana: A Biography"
- John McCormick: John Joseph McCormick, Jr. was a professional American football player who played quarterback and punter for with the Minnesota Vikings and Denver Broncos from 1962-1968.
- John McCormick is the husband of Cassandra McCormick.
- John Mccormick a.k.a. John F. McCormick is an actor.
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- John McCormick is a screen writer.
- John McCormick was a merchant and political figure in Nova Scotia, Canada. He represented Cape Breton County in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1894 to 1897 as a Liberal-Conservative. McCormick sat for Sydney Mines division in the Senate of Canada from 1921 to 1936.
- born on (157 years ago)
- died on (79 years ago)
- John McCormick works in film and television in the sound department.
- also known as John D. McCormick
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- John McCormick: John K. McCormick was a unionist politician in Northern Ireland.
- profession: Politician
- John McCormick is an actor.
- profession: Actor
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- John McCormick a.k.a. John E. McCormick was an American Democratic politician and jurist from Wisconsin.
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- John McCormick is a 1994 News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound nominee.
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by John Barry, E. Gene Frankland
JOHN McCORMICK ...
by Francess G. Halpenny
Jean-Charles Lilly, George Lloyd, Jesse Longley, George Longworth, Francis Lorimier, Jean-Baptiste de Macallum, John McCormick, William McCulloch, ...
FIVE-VOLUME SET by Paul Robbins
John McCormick, Reclaiming Paradise: The Global Environmental Movement (Indiana University Press, ...
by Kathryn Cullen-DuPont
Ingrassia, Michele, and Melinda Beck, with reporting by Ginny Carroll, Nina Archer Biddle, Karen Springen, Patrick Rogers, John McCormick, Jeanne Gordon , Allison Samuels and Mary Hager. “Patterns of Abuse.” Newsweek, July 4, 1994.
Europe by Don Rubin, Peter Nagy, Philippe Rouyer
John McCormick (Senior Lecturer, Samuel Beckett Centre for Drama and Theatre Studies, Trinity ...
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