Bill Tate
Bill Tate
Bill Tate is a former head coach of the Wake Forest college football program from 1964-1968. He was a graduate from Mattoon High School in Mattoon, Illinois. Bill Tate was the Rose Bowl MVP in 1952 rushing for 150 yards on 20 carries with 2 touchdowns as Illinois defeated Stanford 40-7.
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July 31, 2008
Aug 21, 2007, Beijing, General View the Inside of China Agricultural University (Cau) Gymnasium, the Venue of the Wrestling Events During the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. More Than 42 Olympic Test Events Will Take Place This Year at the Various Venues As t
July 31, 2008
Aug 21, 2007, Beijing, General View the Outside of China Agricultural University (Cau) Gymnasium, the Venue of the Wrestling Events During the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. More Than 42 Olympic Test Events Will Take Place This Year at the Various Venues As
July 11, 2007
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August 02, 2006
Journalist Helen Thomas Greets Other Members of the White House Press Corps During the Fianl Briefing Before the Renevovation That Will Take Up to One Year. 08-02-2006 Photo: Christy Bowe / Ipol / Globe Photos Inc
October 18, 2005
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May 10, 2005
After the Second Day of the Fifa Beach Soccer World Cup Rio de Janeiro 2005, the Make-up of the Quarter-final Clashes Is Already Much Clearer. the Winners of the Brazil-spain, Ukraine-uruguay and France-argentina Clashes Will Take First Place in Groups a,
August 17, 2004
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January 25, 2003
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The Express Tribune Why Doomsday Is Closer Than You Think TIME Two and a half minutes to midnight. That's the new setting of the Doomsday Clock, the iconic symbol that attempts to show just how close humanity is to inadvertently ending the world. In an announcement this morning, the Science and Security Board of ... Doomsday Clock Insider Tells What It Will Take To Push Back Those Doomsday Clock registers Cold-War-style pessimismThe Seattle Times Your Evening BriefingBloomberg New York Post -New York Daily News -Detroit Free Press -TheWrap all 296 news articles »
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This Food Critic Will Take The Taco. Again. And Again. And Again.
NPR - about 1 month
Mike Sutter is eating at a different San Antonio taqueria every day of 2017 for his "365 Days of Tacos" project. And he's discovering a lot about the city's culture in the process. (Image credit: San Antonio Express-News)
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Robots Will Take Jobs, but Not as Fast as Some Fear, New Report Says
NYTimes - about 1 month
A study by the McKinsey Global Institute concludes that the automation of jobs is inevitable but that the process is likely to be gradual.
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Trump Sons Will Take 'Complete and Total Control' of Business
abc News - about 1 month
President-elect Trump has announced the steps he will take to formally separate himself from his businesses.
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These Virtual Tours of Tough-To-Visit Destinations Will Take Your Breath Away
Huffington Post - about 2 months
Is your 2017 resolution to travel the world? Well, thanks to Google Maps, you can virtually escape to almost anywhere on the planet - without even booking a plane ticket. Here are some of the coolest and most remote spots you can explore through a virtual tour.    1. Republic of Nauru Northeast of Australia, Nauru is a tiny island with beautiful white-sand beaches, coral reefs, and tropical plants. Interestingly, there is also a Japanese outpost from World War II on the island. What makes this little slice of paradise even harder to get to is the visa requirement. Tourists are required to obtain a “$100 visa from a Nauru consulate or embassy,” according to Unfortunately, there are only 10 such offices across the globe.    2. Svalbard and Jan Mayen Located in Norway, Svalbard is an arctic archipelago near the North Pole and Jan Mayen is a volcanic island in the Arctic Ocean. While there are daily flights to Svalbard, there ...
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Kodak's Short Film About 'Understanding' Will Take Your Breath Away
Huffington Post - 2 months
This week Kodak quietly released a short film (seemingly to promote its Kodak Vision3 500T 5219 film) that is nothing short of stunning.  In the film, which is titled “Understanding” and runs just under three minutes, a teen is caught by his little sister kissing his high school baseball teammate. What happens next involves the terror of coming out, the strength of family and the beauty of love.  Just try and watch “Understanding,” directed by Terry Rayment with cinematography by Kate Arizmendi, without breaking down into a puddle of tears and emotions. We dare you. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Some Assembly Required: New Space Telescope Will Take Shape After Launch
NPR - 3 months
The James Webb Space Telescope is undergoing its final series of tests in NASA workshops. It's designed to take even grander images than the Hubble telescope. But deploying it will be a major feat.
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Healing The Wounds Of The Election Will Take Time
NPR - 3 months
Michel Martin reflects on the divides that seemed particularly prevalent during and after the 2016 election, and what comes next.
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'Black-Ish' Creator Kenya Barris Says Show Will Take New Direction Post-Election
NPR - 3 months
Kenya Barris created the ABC sitcom, Blackish. He says Donald Trump's win has changed the course of his show, to have a renewed focus on addressing serious issues, as it did in the first two seasons.
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Astronauts on Mars: New Book Shows What It Will Take to Get There
Yahoo News - 4 months
Sending people to Mars won't be easy, but the journey isn't entirely out of reach. A new book published by National Geographic explains how the human race can conquer the challenges of getting to Mars and thriving on the Red Planet, blurring the lines between science fiction and reality. In the new work, "Mars: Our Future on the Red Planet," award-winning journalist (and contributor) Leonard David takes readers on a journey to the future to show what it would take for people to travel to Mars and not just survive, but also prosper in the new world.
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Big 12 Will Take Top 2 Teams for Title Game, No Divisions
ABC News - 4 months
The Big 12 Conference isn't splitting up into divisions for football
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