Alberta Junior Hockey League - Alumni Albert); Jim Ennis, brad MacGregor (sherwood Park). Albert); bradFenton (sherwood Park). WENTWORTH Jamie Weiss (Lloydminster). http://www.ajhl.ca/alumni/ncaa_complete.html
Extractions: Alberta Junior Hockey League Alumni AJHL alumni who have attended NCAA schools: ALASKA-ANCHORAGE Marc Charbonneau (Bonnyville); Rob Conn, Dean Larson, Tim Kolman, Troy Norcross (Calgary Canucks); Chris Davis, Kirk MacDonald, Conrad Sterling (Calgary Royals); Shaun Gravistin (Calgary Spurs); Bobby Stewart (Fort McMurray); Troy Branicki, Bill Davidson, Paul Krake (Fort Saskatchewan); Mike Mullis (Olds); Wayne Bosse (Sherwood Park). ALASKA-FAIRBANKS Tavis MacMillan (Calgary Spurs); Aaron Grosul (Camrose); Darren Tiemstra (Fort McMurray); Jeff Trembecky (Fort Saskatchewan/Olds); Mark Souch (Fort Saskatchewan/Sherwood Park); Blaine Bablitz (Grande Prairie); Cody Bowtell, Jason Eckel, Dallas Ferguson (Lloydminster); Jim Lawrence, Richard Latimer, Larry Moberg, Ian Perkins (Olds); Derek Linnell (Red Deer); Jim Hammett, Scott Farrell (St. Albert); Chris O'Rourke (Sherwood Park). AUGSBURG COLLEGE Ryan McIntosh (Calgary Canucks). BEMIDJI STATE Ed Melville, Jeff Sobb (Calgary Royals); Eric Fulton, Greg Ambrose (Olds). BOSTON COLLEGE Krys Kolanos (Calgary Royals).
Press Releases Spencer (Plantation, Fla.) was victorious at fourth singles, coming from behindto win 46, 6-0, 6-1. The doubles tandem of senior brad sherwood (Bronx, NY http://athletics.binghamton.edu/sports/mten/cornell3.html
Extractions: On Saturday, the Bearcats defeated Niagara for the second time in a week, winning three singles matches and the lone doubles match. At first singles, sophomore Akshay Rao (New Delhi, India) posted a 6-4, 6-3 win, while senior Brad Davidoff (Roslyn, N.Y.) went to a third-set for a 6-4, 2-6, 10-8 victory. Junior Steve Spencer (Plantation, Fla.) was victorious at fourth singles, coming from behind to win 4-6, 6-0, 6-1. The doubles tandem of senior Brad Sherwood (Bronx, N.Y.) and sophomore Krishna Vallabhaneni (Lagrangeville, N.Y.) captured the lone, two-point doubles match, winning 6-3, 7-6 (8-6).
Taping Reports 2001(with Greg Proops); Feb 4, 2001(with brad sherwood); Feb 9, 2001(withbrad sherwood); Feb 11, 2001(with Chip Esten); March 9, 2001 http://michrdl.topcities.com/tapings/wltapings.html
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Ferris State Torch Online Comedian brad sherwood cancels on Ferris By Matt Cherry Assistant A E EditorPerhaps youve seen the flyers for this semesters Comedy Series. http://www.ferris.edu/torch/Amusement/02-20-02.html
Ferris State Torch Online brad sherwood from Whose Line is it Anyway?, tops the list of comicscoming this semester to Entertainment Unlimited's Comedy Series. http://www.ferris.edu/torch/Amusement/01-23-02.html
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The Ultimate Improv Creation Government agent brad sherwood had read some reports about certain robotic partsbeing smuggled across the Canadian border and had managed to trace them to http://crankymediaguy.com/groovefunkistan/fanfiction/ultimate.html
Extractions: By Katie Ever wonder why Ryan Stiles is such a great WL player? How he is just the genius behind some of the best moments and why he is sort of considered the star? I mean why is he so good? I found out, he's not human, he is actually a robot created by Colin and Greg. In the late 1970s Colin Mochrie was attempting to create the ultimate funnyman. He worked for many years and his creation got so out of hand that it was too late when he realized it was over 6 feet tall, but it was too far close to being complete to go back and make the legs shorter so he left it as it was. During the course of making his creation, Colin was in need of certain parts that were not available in Canada. Luckily he found assistance from Greg Proops, an American from San Francisco. Together Proops helped Mochrie smuggle certain parts across the border as well as helped Colin in building his ultimate comedian. The night came to bring the creation to life. When the switch was thrown, the massive machine stood up and said "..And that's why the French don't wash!" "It's alive!" yelled Colin. He named his creation Ryan-bot Greg had to return to the states but kept contact with Colin because they had to monitor Ryan-bot closely for the first few experimental months. It mostly worked as a stand up comic working in small clubs. Eventually Colin, a theater school graduate decided to program Ryan-bot to do improvisational comedy as well. Government agent Brad Sherwood had read some reports about certain robotic parts being smuggled across the Canadian border and had managed to trace them to Greg and Colin, but he still had no idea of their 6'6" robotic improviser. Agent Sherwood posed as an aspiring actor and managed to get on an episode of WL when it was in NY. His good fortune landed him in the same episode with Greg, Colin and Ryan who first appeared as a trio. Brad was positive he'd found the smugglers, but Greg and Colin were wise to Brad's plan. "Greg," said Colin. "I think that Sherwood guy is onto us. Listen you and Ryan-bot are scheduled to appear on another show with him right?" "Yeah," said Greg. "Well after that show tomorrow night, I want you to take him down. Ryan-bot's been programmed, just get Sherwood alone, Ryan will do the rest." "Right Colin." said Greg "but one thing, don't kill him! The last thing we need is a murder on our hands. Just bring him to me."
And Then There Was Brad What, so you can show off to even more people? scoffed brad sherwood. brad sherwood,you did sport panties and a skirt' in the privacy of your own home. http://crankymediaguy.com/groovefunkistan/fanfiction/thenthere1.html
Extractions: By Cara Parts: 1 - When are we going to get to the house?" Ryan Stiles inquired lazily, stretching out his legs and covering half our small boat in the process. Really," Colin Mochrie answered. "This trip is taking longer than a hoedown feels." Patience is a virtue, boys." Josie Lawrence stretched out next to me. "I'm sure we'll all find out why Mr. Owen wanted us there." She spoke of our mysterious host. We were all going to be in the employ of a Mr. Owen, who claimed to have known us since our days on the British "Whose Line Is It Anyway?". But none of us had actually met the man. Still, we knew it was legit. He knew too much about us to be otherwise. Only bona-fide Whose Liners knew about Greg Proops' fascination for ... oops. Never mind. And he wouldn't have known me. I had been on a fair amount of British Whose Line episodes, but due to censorship no one had known me outside of hard-line British fans, until this past year on Drew's Line. I hope there'll be a lot of parties and things!" put in Charles Esten. He was a happy sort, always finding the happiness in occasions. His fans called him "Chip." The British players had another name for him: "stupid git." What, so you can show off to even more people?" scoffed Brad Sherwood. He squinted ever so slightly as the sun hit his brown eyes. Sherwood had always had that dark, mysterious appearance. I found it intriguing, but was legally prohibited from doing any more than that. Damn no-fawning rules. The man was so famous he even had a coterie of "minions" who followed his every move, but he had imposed a strict no-fawning rule.
TV Guide Online - [Movie Database] February 7, 2003. Your Search for brad sherwood returned 2 movies. 1. THATDARN CAT (1997). Your Search for brad sherwood returned 2 movies. 1. http://www.tvguide.com/movies/database/MovieSearch.asp?Name=Brad Sherwood&Search
Bradford by Samantha Priebe. World War II had been in progress for 3 years when sherwoodbrad bradford was drafted into the United States Navy in the year 1944. http://www.svsu.edu/WWIIVets/army/bradford.htm
Extractions: Sherwood J. Bradford Profile: The Life of Sherwood J. Bradford by: Josh Paolini and Samantha Priebe Sherwood J. Bradford was born on July 15 th 1920 in Grant County Indiana. After graduating high school, he came to Battle Creek MI in 1939 with his brother to start a new life. While there, he worked in the Eaton Manufacturing plant making aircraft valves for the war effort. However, it was not long before he was drafted into the navy. He was sent to the Great Lakes for 13 weeks to undergo basic training. After the completion of basic training, Sherwood was sent to service school for six weeks in Philadelphia. He then spent two more weeks undergoing the final segment of his training in San Francisco. After the completion of his training, Sherwood was stationed at a camp in Shoemaker California. He then made a number of stops until he reached his final destination on the island of Eulithi where he was assigned to his ship, a destroyer named the U.S.S. Hazelwood. Sherwood and the other 300 members of the crew were then ordered to set sail for the south pacific. While onboard, he served as a fireman first class where he was responsible for making sure the ships boilers ran properly. While serving on board he participated in many famous battles including Iwoa Jima, Okinawa, and the first carrier based raid on Tokyo before his ship was kamikazied on the 29
Whose Filk, Cont. This is brad's face brad sherwood, from WLiiA. Welcome! On the firstday of Christmas, Drew Carey gave to me brad sherwood w/ a monkey. http://www.the-bac.edu/bacweb/brody/whose_filk__cont..html
VISIONS '96 CONVENTION REVIEW By Brad Black Also present were the usual lot The Spirit Of sherwood, The Prydonians of Prynceton,The Elizabeth Sladen Information Network brad D. Black Michigan City, In. http://www.hermit.org/Blakes7/Convention/Visions96.html
Extractions: VISIONS '96 CONVENTION REVIEW by Brad Black This marked the 6th consecutive year I have attended the Visions convention. One might ask,"Why? Is there any star of Doctor Who or Blake's 7 you haven't met after six cons?" If you're asking this question I'm going to presume you haven't been to very many conventions. Meeting celebrities is only one reason to attend a convention. And probably not the most important one. Simply put a well run convention is vastly entertaining. The dealer rooms are a veritable mini-mall full of goodies you just can't get anywhere else (except mail order). And finally you get a chance to mingle with your fellow fans. I find it refreshing one or two weekends a year to be able to wear my Blake's 7 paraphernalia in public and not have to explain myself. For the sci-fi fan a convention is a place to meet other people who think the same way you do (scary, huh). A case in point, where else but at a con could the following conversation take place? Seven of us pile into an elevator hoping to make for the lobby. Except for Paula, I have never met any of these people. The elevator indicator reads "UP". Your clueless reviewer pushes the "L" button and the lift obligingly heads down in defiance of the "UP" indicator. One rider asks, "Did he use the manual over ride?" And Paula leads a group of strangers in a chorus of, "NO! He reversed the polarity of the neutron flow."
Brad Pontius They became members of sherwood Oaks Christian Church in 1995. brad has served asa minister for 20 years with Youth for Christ in the Great Lakes area and in http://www.socc.org/Team/BradPontius.html
Extractions: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Pontius Family: Brad, Gail , Joel, Claire, and Jesse Brad and Gail Pontius have been residents of Bloomington since 1993. They became members of Sherwood Oaks Christian Church in 1995. Brad has served as a minister for 20 years with Youth for Christ in the Great Lakes area and in Latin America. He was also the Director of Student Ministries and Evangelism at Taylor University for 5 years. Brad received a BA in Religion/Biblical Studies from Taylor University and an MA in Latin American Studies from Indiana University (IU). Gail received a BA in Social Work from Taylor and an MA in Applied Linguistics from IU. She teaches English to foreign students in the Intensive English Program at IU. Claire will be a junior at Huntington College in the fall. She is studying Secondary Education with concentrations in English Literature and Spanish. Joel will be a freshman at Indiana University. He plays bass guitar and loves outdoor sports. Jesse will be a freshman at Bloomington High School North (BHSN). He plays soccer and the drums.
Quantifying Load Stream Behavior Suleyman Sair, Timothy sherwood, brad Calder , University of California, San DiegoThe increasing performance gap between processors and memory will force http://www.computer.org/proceedings/hpca/1525/15250197abs.htm
Extractions: Eighth International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA'02) February 02 - 06, 2002 Boston, Massachusettes p. 0197 Quantifying Load Stream Behavior Suleyman Sair, Timothy Sherwood, Brad Calder University of California, San Diego The full text of hpca is available to members of the IEEE Computer Society who have an online subscription and an web account