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Uss Manley
Manley
Manley
as a surname may refer to: Abe Manley (1885–1952), American Negro League Baseball owner Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg
Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg
(born Alexandra Christina Manley in 1964), former wife of Prince Joachim of Denmark Alvin Manley (born 1971), American boxer and two-time National Golden Gloves Super Heavyweight Champion Alyssa Manley, American field hockey player Andrew Manley, American football quarterback Audrey F. Manley
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Manley (other)
Manley is a surname. Manley may also refer to: Places:Manley, Cheshire, England, a village and civil parish Manley, Devon, England Manley, Illinois, United States, an unincorporated community Manley, Minnesota, United States, a former community Manley, Nebraska, United States, a villageOther uses:USS Manley, three US Navy ships Manley (given name), a list of people so named Manley Career Academy High School, Chicago, IllinoisSee also[edit]Manley Hot Springs, Alaska, USA Manley & Associates, a former video game developerDisambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titles This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Manley. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the
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Martin Manley
Martin Manley (born August 27, 1952) is an American entrepreneur and political leader who serves as the Executive Director of Hult International School of Business in San Francisco. Manley was named US Assistant Secretary of Labor by Bill Clinton and founded the major online bookseller Alibris with Richard Weatherford.Contents1 Early life and education 2 Career2.1 Government Service 2.2 Alibris 2.3 Hult San Francisco3 Personal life 4 ReferencesEarly life and education[edit] Manley was born in Azusa, California, the son of Jack Manley and Georgia Rodecker. He graduated from Lowell High School in Whittier, California and UCSC, with honors degrees in Politics and Community Education. In 1987, he received his Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School. Career[edit] During the 1970s and early 1980s, Manley became a prominent California labor organizer
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Jessica Manley
Jessica Manley (born 1985) is a British actress who has had appearances in a number of films and numerous plays and TV series. She is mostly known for playing Margot Frank in the award-winning TV miniseries Anne Frank: The Whole Story. Jess now works alongside famous actresses Charlene Tolmie and Susan Birch in the comedy hit ‘The Susan Show’.Contents1 Life and career 2 Selected filmography 3 References 4 External linksLife and career[edit] Jessica is the daughter of Andrew Manley, a stage director. Her grandparents, who were Jewish, emigrated to Britain just a few years before the Second World War. Jessica made her acting debut at the age of five, in a play staged in the regional theatre. She is best known for playing Margot Frank, sister of Anne Frank, in the TV film Anne Frank: The Whole Story (2001). She studied classical acting and graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2006 and now works in the U.S. and U.K. in theatre, television and films
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Jim Manley
Jim Manley is an artist, born on 17 January 1934, in St Helens, Lancashire, England. He has lived in Killough, County Down, Northern Ireland since 1971. He uses mixed media (mainly water colours and acrylic).Contents1 Selected exhibitions - Jim Manley 2 Selected exhibitions - various artists 3 Awards 4 Watercolours purchased by public collections 5 Watercolours purchased by private collections 6 See also 7 External links 8 ReferencesSelected exhibitions - Jim Manley[edit] [1]1976 Arts Council Gallery, Belfast 1978 Davis Gallery, Dublin 1979/80 Bell Gallery, Belfast 1982/84 Lincoln Gallery, Dublin 1985 Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast 1986 Hendricks Gallery, Dublin 1989/91 Solomon Gallery, Dublin 1992/94/97/99 Duncan Campbell, London 1992/93 The coast of Co
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Joe Manley
Joe Louis Manley Jr. (born June 11, 1959) is an American former boxer who fought at light welterweight.Contents1 Amateur career 2 Professional career 3 References 4 External linksAmateur career[edit] Manley qualified as a lightweight for the 1980 United States Olympic team, defeating Frankie Randall on his way to earning his berth. Manley did not compete, however, due to the U.S. boycott of the Moscow Olympics. Manley was also the 1981 United States Amateur champion
United States Amateur champion
at lightweight. Professional career[edit] Manley became a professional boxer in 1981. He lost to future champion Gene Hatcher in 1983 but defeated another future champion, Freddie Pendleton, in 1985. He qualified for his title shot by winning a decision over Howard Davis Jr.
Howard Davis Jr.
in February 1986
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Joey Manley
Joey Manley (1965–2013) was an American online publisher and founder of the Modern Tales family of webcomics websites, which included the subscription-services Modern Tales, Serializer, Girlamatic, Graphic Smash, and the webcomics hosting service Webcomics Nation. Manley wrote a successful LGBT novel in 1992, titled The Death of Donna-May Dean, and moved to San Francisco in 2000 in order to work in the then-new field of web design. Here, Manley became one of the "founding pioneers" of the American webcomic movement by implementing a then-revolutionary subscription model.[2] Though Manley's web services never became financially successful enough to support the artists he worked with, he was a well-regarded figure within his community. Career[edit] Joey Manley was born in Russellville, Alabama in 1965. Though he had drawn comics as a child, he never had an interest in becoming a cartoonist himself. Manley's debut novel, The Death of Donna-May Dean, was published by St
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John Manley (other)
John Manley may refer to:John Manley (born 1950), Canadian politician John Manley (MP) (1622–1699), English soldier, MP and Postmaster General John Manley (archaeologist) (born 1952), British archaeologist John Henry Manley (1907–1990), American nuclear physicist John Manley (naval officer) (1733–1793), United States Navy officerThis disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name
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Joseph Homan Manley
Joseph Homan Manley (1842–1905) was an American Republican Party official (Chairman of the party's National Executive Committee 1894–96) and close associate of Maine Republican politician and presidential candidate James G. Blaine. Biography[edit] Born in Bangor, Maine, Manley first attended school in Farmington, Maine, and subsequently studied law in Boston and graduated from Albany Law School in 1863. In 1866 he was president of the Augusta, Maine City Council, where he first became associated with Blaine. From 1869 to 1876, he was an agent of the Internal Revenue Service, posted in various cities around the northeast, and in 1876-78 was an agent of the Pennsylvania Railroad in its tax dealings with the Federal government. Manley then returned to Maine and, purchasing a half-interest in the newspaper The Maine Farmer (formally edited by his father), made it into a major voice for Blaine-style Republicanism. Blaine subsequently secured Manley's appointment as Augusta's U.S
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Kerrie Manley
Kerrie Elizabeth Manley (born 15 January 1982) is a footballer from Shrewsbury who plays for the Welsh national team and Coventry City. Manley plays predominantly as a right-back and has accumulated over 25 caps for Wales.Contents1 Club career 2 International career 3 References 4 External linksClub career[edit] Manley joined Birmingham City from Wolves Women in 2006, but suffered a facial injury on her first start for the Blues.[2] She moved on to Bristol Academy during that season and remained there until 2009. She damaged cruciate ligaments in 2007[3] and again in January 2009.[4] After recovering, Manley began 2009–10 back at Birmingham City, then moved to Aston Villa during the campaign
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Leon Manley
Willie Leon Manley (May 20, 1926 – March 13, 2010) was an American football player and coach. He was born in Hollis, Oklahoma. He lettered for three seasons as guard at the University of Oklahoma from 1947 to 1949. He was selected in the 1950 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers and was on their roster in 1950 and 1951. Later from 1953 to '54 he played for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Interprovincial Football Union. After his playing career was through Manley pursued a coaching career and was a longtime assistant under Darrell Royal at Texas, first as offensive line coach and later succeeding Don Breaux as offensive coordinator. Royal was Manley's childhood friend and later a high school and college teammate. Manley died in March 2010 in Austin, Texas and was predeceased by his wife, Johnnie in 2008
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Malcolm Manley
Malcolm Manley was a cultured[1] Scottish footballer (soccer player) whose career was cruelly cut short by a crippling knee injury.[2] Born in Johnstone on 1 December 1949 Manley gained Schoolboy international honours for Scotland before joining his hometown club Johnstone Burgh. Here he quickly caught the eye of scouts south of the border and he signed for Leicester City F.C. [3] in January 1967.[4] The highlights of his time at Filbert Street included being substitute in the 1969 FA Cup Final side[5] and a 1971 Second division Championship winners Medal
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Marion Manley
Marion Isadore Manley, FAIA (April 29, 1893 – February 1984)[1] was a Florida architect, the second woman registered to practice as such in that state, and the thirteenth female member of the American Institute of Architects.[2]Contents1 Biography 2 Honors 3 Further reading 4 References 5 External linksBiography[edit] Manley was born in Junction City, Kansas, in 1893. After she graduated from the University of Illinois, she moved to Miami, Florida, in 1917 where she practised for almost 50 years, contributing to the development of the urban environment.[3] So rare were female architects at the time that when she joined the American Institute of Architects, her acceptance letter and some later correspondence were addressed to 'Mr. Marion Manley'.[2] Manley was one of the designers of the University of Miami campus. Her commissions also included small Spanish-style houses in the 1920s, work on Miami's U.S
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Michael Manley
Michael Norman Manley
Norman Manley
ON OCC (10 December 1924 – 6 March 1997) was a Jamaican politician who served as the fourth Prime Minister of Jamaica from 1972 to 1980 and from 1989 to 1992. Coming from a prosperous background, Manley was a democratic socialist.[1] According to opinion polls, he remains one of Jamaica's most popular Prime Ministers since independence.[2]Contents1 Pre-political career 2 Entry into politics 3 Domestic reforms 4 Diplomacy 5 Violence 6 Opposition 7 Re-election 8 Family 9 Retirement and death 10 Notes 11 Sources 12 External linksPre-political career[edit] Manley, the second son of politician Norman Washington Manley
Norman Washington Manley
and Edna Manley, attended Jamaica
Jamaica
College and then served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. In 1945, he enrolled at the London School of Economics
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James L. Manley
James Manley, PhD, is Julian Clarence Levi Professor of Life Sciences at Columbia University, where his laboratory studies gene expression in mammalian cells.[1] Manley and colleagues identified and characterized the key factors responsible for polyadenylation of mRNA precursors, and elucidated how this remarkably complex machinery functions in gene regulation, for example during cell growth and differentiation. He has also studied the mechanism and regulation of the process by which introns are removed from mRNA precursors, mRNA splicing. Manley and his coworkers codiscovered the first alternative splicing factor (SR protein), characterized how this and other splicing regulatory proteins function and are themselves regulated, showed how alternative splicing can become deregulated in disease, and with respect to mechanism demonstrated that two spliceosomal small nuclear RNAs by themselves have catalytic activity
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Mike Manley (other)
Michael (Mike) Manley may refer to:Michael Manley (1924–1997), fourth Prime Minister of Jamaica Mike Manley (artist) (born 1961), comic book illustrator and artist Mike Manley (athlete) (born 1942), Olympic athlete Mike Manley (lacrosse) (born 1988), lacrosse playerThis disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name
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