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Arm·strong

(arm'strong),
Arthur Riley, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: King-Armstrong unit.
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Armstrong had a spirited fight with Dallas defenseman Stephane Robidas, then pounded on the glass and raised his hands, in an attempt to rile his teammates as much as the fans in attendance.
The Advocate's Chad Graham sat dawn with Armstrong and Young during a recent visit to the Capitol.
Armstrong is the creator of JumpStart, a comic strip that appears seven days a week in about 250 newspapers nationwide, including the Los Angeles Times, Chicago SUH Times, New York Daily News and, Armstrong's hometown paper, the Philadelphia Inquirer.
In 1999, Armstrong was one of the first to deploy ZOLL's RescueNet[TM] electronic data-management system, which allowed them to better manage many areas of their business.
Dallas' Matthew Barnaby got a 10-minute misconduct penalty on the play, because he attempted to go after Armstrong during the brawl, and the Kings' Sean Avery also got a misconduct penalty.
A spoof campaign ad, currently streaming on Reprise Records' Web site, features Armstrong as a blow-dryed candidate and skewers first ladies (Green Day drummer Tre Cool offers a fetching drag turn as Armstrong's wife) and "youthful indiscretions" (the camera catches Armstrong toking a joint).
More than 60 million LIVESTRONG yellow wristbands have been purchased by supporters of The Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF) since the wristband's initial introduction three years ago.
With warm strings and graceful orchestration, Armstrong showcases his finesse for strong, romantic themes and heartbreakingly beautiful composition.
Lance Armstrong, preoccupied in France this time of year and somehow never able to make it to an ESPY show to receive his annual male athlete of the year award, sounded as if he was auditioning for an HBO comedy gig based on the stuff he pedaled through during his opening monologue.
CHICAGO -- ''Taking Charge of Your Career'' by Boeing Shared Services Group President Mary Armstrong to Kickoff Largest Conference for Women Engineers
Unable to recycle the storyline of how the almighty Lance Armstrong will pedal his way to another historic Tour de France title, the up-and-coming network is forced to backpedal, having to sell an American TV audience on (gulp) the race itself.