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Lis·ton

(lis'tŏn),
Robert, English surgeon, 1794-1847. See: Liston knives, Liston shears.
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Six years after being knocked out in the first round of a re-match with Ali, Liston, now a junkie, was in the midst of drug lords, mob kingpins and billionaire Las Vegas hoteliers.
One late Derby example shows the actor as Pry, his umbrella tucked under his arm, while another in Staffordshire porcelain depicts Liston in his role as Van Dunder in John Poole's comedy 'Twould Puzzle a Conjurer, first produced at the Haymarket Theatre on September 11, 1824.
As such, Liston is anxious about the county board's search for the right man to succeed Eamonn Fitzmaurice in the Kingdom hot-seat.
In this edited volume, Liston and Rahimi examine the space for social justice and equity in SoTL to address the guiding question, "How can SoTL be used to make education a transformative experience for all learners and teachers?" (p.
"Now, the big question is - was there ever a picture taken showing Sonny Liston holding a baby while he was on his white horse?" We'll come to that later.
Charles "Sonny" Liston was illiterate but developed into a powerful man with huge hands; he would spend time in prison before taking up boxing, turning pro in 1953.
Charles 'Sonny' Liston was illiterate but developed into a powerful man with huge hands; he would spend time in prison before taking up boxing, turning pro in 1953.
Liston will lead the integrated claims practice for Sun Life's group and voluntary life, disability and worksite portfolio, which includes supplemental health benefits such as accident and critical illness insurance.
In her new role, Liston will lead the integrated claims practice for Sun Life's Group and voluntary life, disability and worksite portfolio, which includes supplemental health benefits such as accident and critical illness insurance.
The first fight between Muhammad Ali and Sonny Liston for boxing's World Heavyweight Championship were among the most significant fights in the sport's history.
At the weigh-in Clay was on top form, predicting that Liston would fall in eight.
Yet the 22-year-old was prepared to risk it all against the ogreish champion Liston, who by complete contrast was coming off the back of two consecutive first-round victories over Floyd Patterson.