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  • Once he entered into the jazz world he was encouraged by Chet Baker who told him to go to New York.
  • Baker was the younger brother of Dave Baker who also played in the Major Leagues.
  • Both tracks were produced by Roy Thomas Baker who had also produced the entire "One on One" album.
  • What more is effected by the miller who converts it into flour, or by the baker who makes it into bread? Cited from Sophisms of the Protectionists, by Frederic Bastiat
  • An unlucky baker who supplied his guests with bread of worse quality than he furnished for himself was put in chains. Cited from Caesar: A Sketch, by James Anthony Froude
  • Their clients included the brothers Richard and William Baker who built up a large chain of fifty pubs in London.
  • His father, also named George, was a baker who had built and owned a brick windmill used to grind grain.
  • The paper was started by William Robert Baker who had worked on newspapers in the Grafton District.
  • The men who were approaching were a couple of bakers who were employed in a neighboring bakery. Cited from The Rover Boys out West, Arthur M. Winfield
  • Auerbach's career in show business began when he was discovered by Phil Baker who loved his dialect humor.
  • He served until 1992 when he was elected to the Assembly to replace Bill Baker who was elected to Congress.
  • Williams took advantage of a public backlash against Mr Baker who was accused of impropriety over a forestry land deal.
  • While imprisoned, Joseph shows his gift by interpreting the dreams of the royal butler and baker who are also prisoners.
  • His father was a baker who emigrated to the United States from Germany before J. Calvin was born.
  • The leading local rider was Steve Baker who finished 8th with 7 points.
  • Of particular note was Henry Lieblin, a Halifax baker who held of land by the latter 18th century.
  • Insurgents undermined a return to normal life, intimidating bakers who supplied American troops.
  • They tell of one baker who baked a special quota of bread for the Jews, which he would have little children bring into the ghetto.
  • It is believed the building takes its name from John Hampton, a master baker who became a freeman in 1645.
  • Pastries are made by the most experienced bakers who have a higher status, often the master baker and/or owner of the bakery.
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