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(arm'strong),
Arthur Riley, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: King-Armstrong unit.
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A first-round victory over Stephen Woo of Brooklyn bya21-17,21-17 score set up Armstrong to play Terry McElvaney of UCD for a place in the last 16 of the tournament.
Nebraska-based Acceptance Insurance sued Armstrong in Texas earlier this year after he admitted he doped during a career in which he won the Tour de France seven times.
As is the case with most studies of jazz autobiography, Stein's study of Armstrong provides an analysis of his subject's written work, which, as he notes, is substantial, with two book-length autobiographies, numerous articles for magazines, and a plethora of correspondence to his name.
SCA's lawsuit claims that Armstrong and his agent engaged in a civil conspiracy to commit fraud regarding Armstrong's "rampant drug use," and also charges them with unjust enrichment and breach of contract, accordintg to the Wall Street Journal.
The Armstrong movie is expected to be based on New York Times reporter Juliet Macur's proposed book "Cycle of Lies: The Fall of Lance Armstrong.
The company paid Armstrong about $7 million for winning his sixth tour in 2004 and reportedly paid up to $12 million total.
Around about the same time, the head of a drug-testing laboratory in Lausanne, Switzerland, admitted to meeting Armstrong and separately the lab was also given free use of a blood analysing machine by the UCI.
Landis, who was stripped of his 2006 Tour title for failing a dope test and who recently admitted lying about drug use while accusing Armstrong and a number of other cyclists of cheating, told the Wall Street Journal that Armstrong organised a team bonding party attended by strippers at which cocaine was used.
Armstrong isn't a big name, and never will be, but he's severely underrated.
Microfiber fabrics include acrylic, nylon, Lycra, rayon, and viscose, which Armstrong says is the same as rayon.
AS Lance Armstrong won his seventh Tour de France yesterday, Daily Post Sport describes the key moments from the previous six1999: Armstrong seized the lead on the eighth stage before surging to a stage win on the first mountain finish and the yellow jersey never left the American's shoulders.
Louis Armstrong & Paul Whiteman: Two Kings of Jazz, by Joshua Berrett.