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Bill Mosienko William "Bill" Mosienko (Born - November 2, 1921 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada - died July 9, 1994) was a Canadian hockey Right Winger who played 14 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Chicago Blackhawks. He is most famous for scoring three goals in 21 seconds in a game for the Blackhawks, which set an NHL record that still stands.
Bill Moyers' Journal Bill Moyers' Journal is the name of an American television news program that provided quality stories outside the New York City public area on a schedule of news topics and events, such as religion, history, sexuality, geography and more. Originally, Bill Moyers was the excecutive creator and host/reporter for this sensational news documentary.
Bill Muehlenberg William John ('Bill') Muehlenberg is a conservative cultural commentator who has been a leading figure in the Australian "Christian" Right for the past 15 years. He has held a number of official positions with organisations such as the Australian Family Association, Australian Christian Lobby, Focus on the Family Australia and Salt Shakers.
Bill Mueller William Richard Mueller [MILL-er] (born March 17, 1971) is a former Major League Baseball third baseman who most recently played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and currently serves as special assistant to Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti. Previously, Mueller played with the San Francisco Giants (1996-2000, 2002), Chicago Cubs (2001-02) and Boston Red Sox (2003-2005).
Bill Mulder William "Bill" Mulder (1936-1995) is a fictional character on the 1993-2002 television series The X-Files. He was thought to be Fox Mulder's father until the series finale, where the Cigarette Smoking Man is reported to be Fox's biological father.
Bill Mullins Bill Mullins was an Australian rugby league player for the Eastern Suburbs club. He is the father of former Canberra Raiders player Brett Mullins, who also represented New South Wales in State of Origin and Australia.
Bill Mullins-Johnson Bill Mullins-Johnson (Born 1970), of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, was charged, and in 1994 (possibly wrongly) convicted, of sexually assaulting and murdering his 4-year-old niece, Valin Johnson, on June 27, 1993.
Bill Murdoch Bill Murdoch (born January 10, 1945 in Meaford, Ontario) is a politician in Ontario, Canada. He has been a member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1990, and represents the riding of Bruceâ€”Greyâ€”Owen Sound for the Progressive Conservative Party.
Bill Murray William James "Bill" Murray (born September 21, 1950) is an Academy Award-nominated, Emmy-winning and Golden Globe-winning American comedian and actor. He is most famous for his comedic roles in Groundhog Day, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, and What About Bob?.
Bill Musselman William Clifford (Bill) Musselman (August 13 1940 - May 5 2000) was an American basketball coach in the NCAA, the ABA, the WBA, the CBA, and the NBA. He was a fiercely intense coach who once was quoted as saying "defeat is worse than death, because you have to live with defeat.
Bill Neilson William Arthur 'Bill' Neilson (Born Hobart August 27, 1925; Died November 9, 1989) was Premier of Tasmania March 31, 1975 to December 1, 1977. Educated at Ogilvie High School, Neilson became a clerk, and married Jill Benjamin in Melbourne in 1948, they had one son and three daughters.
Bill Nelsen William Keith Nelsen (Born January 29, 1941) was a former football player who played collegiately for the University of Southern California and professionally with both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns. He was known for his leadership ability and ability to play with pain, having endured a series of knee injuries during the course of his career.
Bill Nershi Bill Nershi (born September 16, 1961 in New York) is a founding member and acoustic guitarist in The String Cheese Incident, an American jamband from Boulder, Colorado and also for Honkytonk Homeslice with his wife Jilian. Nershi has written a good number of String Cheese Incident's staple songs and often provides vocals.
Bill Neskovski Bill Neskovski (20 January 1964 - 25 November 1989) is an Ethnic Macedonian-Australian playwright and actor. Born Blagoja Neskovski in Bitola, Republic of Macedonia, his family migrated to Australia in 1974 and settled in the industrial town of Port Kembla.
Bill Nicholson (baseball) William Beck (Bill) Nicholson (December 11, 1914 - March 8, 1996) was a right fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Philadelphia Athletics (1936), Chicago Cubs (1939-1948) and Philadelphia Phillies (1949-1953). A native of Chestertown, Maryland, where he attended Washington College, he batted left handed and threw right handed.
Bill Nicholson (Canadian administrator) Bill Nicholson is a Canadian farmer and administrator, and is one of ten elected directors on the Canadian Wheat Board. Nicholson supports the CWB's single-desk marketing approach as the best option for farmers, and has opposed efforts to introduce open market competition to wheat and barley sales.
Bill Norman Henry Willis Patrick "Bill" Norman (July 16, 1910 - April 21, 1962) was an American outfielder, coach and manager in Major League Baseball. A longtime minor league player and manager, he is best remembered for his brief term as pilot of the Detroit Tigers in 1958-59.
Bill of attainder A bill of attainder (also known as an act or writ of attainder) is an act of legislature declaring a person or group of persons guilty of some crime, and punishing them, without benefit of a trial. The United States Constitution forbids both the federal and state governments from enacting bills of attainder, in Article 1, Sections 9 and 10, respectively.
Bill of costs A bill of costs is, in short, what a client needs to pay for services procured from a lawyer for a lawsuit or action. It can have varying levels of detail, and should describe the nature of the work done by the lawyer for the client.
Bill of materials A bill of materials or bill of material (abbreviated "BOM") describes a product in terms of its assemblies, sub-assemblies, and basic parts. Basically consisting of a list of parts, a BOM is an essential part of the design and manufacture of any product.
Bill of Particulars In law, a Bill of Particulars (most commonly used with, "Demand") is a list of written questions from one party to another about details of a claim or defense. York Courts Page on Demand For Bil of ParticularsSee Example
Bill of quantities In a formal, traditional construction project in United Kingdom, a bill of quantities is used as a form of cost planning and mapping to monitor and control the construction cost during the execution or post-contract period of construction.
Bill of rights A bill of rights is a list or summary of rights that are considered important and essential by a group of people. The purpose of these bills is to protect those rights against infringement by other people and the government.
Bill of Rights Defense Committee The National Bill of Rights Defense Committee (BORDC) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization which encourages local communities to take an active role in the ongoing national debate about threats to civil liberties guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, such as the USA PATRIOT Act, NSA warrantless surveillance controversy, and the Military Commissions Act of 2006. More than 600 local Bill of Rights Defense Committees have been created throughout the United States from Dallas, Texas to Boise, Idaho to Hawaii and Alaska.
Bill of sale A bill of sale is a legal document made by a 'seller' to a purchaser, reporting that on a specific date, at a specific locality, and for a particular sum of money or other "value received", the seller sold to the purchaser a specific item of personal, or parcel of real, property of which he had lawful possession. It may take the form of something like the following:
Bill O'Brien William O'Brien, known as Bill O'Brien, (born 25 January 1929) is a Labour Party politician in the United Kingdom. He was returned as member of Parliament for Normanton at the 1983 general election, and re-elected at four further general elections until he retired at the 2005 election.
Bill O'Neill William John (Bill) O'Neill (January 22, 1880 - July 20, 1920) was an outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Boston Red Sox (1904[start]), Washington Senators (1904[end]) and Chicago White Sox (1906). O'Neill was a switch-hitter and threw right handed.
Bill O'Reilly (cricketer) William Joseph "Bill" O'Reilly, often known as Tiger O'Reilly, (born 20 December 1905 in White Cliffs, New South Wales, died 6 October 1992 in Sydney), was an outstanding Australian cricketer, and, in retirement, a well-respected cricket writer and broadcaster.
Bill O'Reilly controversies Commentator Bill O'Reilly has been involved in numerous controversies. Most commonly these are reactions to controversial statements he has made or interactions he has with guests, such as the Jeremy Glick interview and his controversial claims about a "War on Christmas.
Bill Oakley Bill Oakley (born in 1966) is an American televison writer, best known for his work on The Simpsons. Along with his writing partner Josh Weinstein, Oakley was the executive producer and showrunner during the seventh and eighth seasons.
Bill Oddie William Edgar (Bill) Oddie, OBE (born 7 July 1941 in Rochdale, Greater Manchester), is a comedy writer and performer, author, composer and musician. A birdwatcher since his childhood in Birmingham, Oddie has now established a reputation for himself as an ornithologist, conservationist and television presenter on wildlife issues.
Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife is a British TV programme, about natural history, presented by Bill Oddie and produced by Stephen Moss. Seven episodes were screened in early 2005, and another series of Seven (as well as a highlight show of the last ten years) in early 2006.
Bill Olner William John Olner (born 9 May 1942, Atherstone, Warwickshire) has since 1992 been the Labour Member of Parliament for Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England. Previously he had been leader of Nuneaton District Council (which subsequently merged with Bedworth to form Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council).
Bill Orban William Robert Orban (21 April 1922 - 18 October 2003) was a Canadian athlete, scientist and academic. He was a pioneer in the field of physical fitness, best known for creating the 5BX programme in the late 1950s.
Bill Paxton William "Bill" Paxton (born May 17, 1955 in Fort Worth, Texas) is a Golden Globe award nominated American actor and film director. He is a son of John Lane Paxton (an occasional actor) and Mary Lou Paxton.
Bill Payne Bill Payne (born March 12, 1949 in Waco, TX) is one of the founding members of critically acclaimed American rock band Little Feat. He is considered to be one of the finest American piano rock and blues music artists by many other piano rock musicians, including Sir Elton John.
Bill Peet Bill Peet (January 29, 1915 â€“ May 11, 2002)(87 years old) was a children's book illustrator and a story writer for Disney Studios. He joined Disney in 1937 and worked on The Jungle Book, Song of the South, Cinderella, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Sword in the Stone, Goliath II, Sleeping Beauty, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Dumbo, Pinocchio, Fantasia, The Three Caballeros , and other stories.
Bill Pere Bill Pere is a multiple-award-winning singer, songwriter, producer, musician, author, and playwright. His accomplishments include being named Connecticut State Troubadour in 1995 and IMC National Independent Artist in 2003.
Bill Phyle William Joseph Phyle (June 25, 1875 - August 6, 1953), born in Duluth, Minnesota was a pitcher for Major League Baseball's Chicago Orphans (1898-99) and New York Giants (1901) and a third baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals (1906).
Bill Pierce Bill Pierce (born September 25, 1948 in Hampton, Virginia) is an American jazz saxophonist. He played with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers in the early 1980s and in Tony Williams's quintet in the mid-1980s to early 1990s.
Bill Pitt William Henry Pitt, commonly known as Bill Pitt, (born 17 July, 1937) is a British politician. He was a Liberal Member of Parliament between 1981 and 1983, and was the first candidate elected to Parliament under the banner of the SDP-Liberal Alliance.
Bill Plante Bill Plante (January 14, 1938- ) is a veteran journalist and senior correspondent for CBS News in the United States. He has been the chief White House correspondent for the network since January 1993 and reports regularly on The Early Show and the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather.
Bill Playle William Rodger Playle (born 1 December, 1938, Palmerston North, Manawatu, New Zealand) is a former New Zealand cricketer who has played eight Tests for New Zealand, making 151 runs in eight Tests as a specialist batsman. All his Tests were against England, and he only passed 25 once - scoring 65 in a lost cause at Wellington in 1962â€“63.
Bill Plummer William Francis Plummer (born March 21, 1947 in Oakland, CA) was a catcher for the Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, and the Seattle Mariners. While never a regular player (he was Johnny Bench's backup catcher during the Big Red Machine years), he did play solid defense.
Bill Podmore Bill Podmore (August 1931 - January 1994) was a British television producer. Born in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, he was best known for his long association with the soap opera Coronation Street; a series he produced for twelve years (1976 - 1988).
Bill Ponsford William Harold Ponsford (born 19 October, 1900 â€“ April 6 1991) was an Australian cricketer, a batsman who twice broke the world record for the highest first-class score. He is regarded as one of the finest players of spin bowling.
Bill Pronzini Bill Pronzini (born April 13, 1943) is a highly-regarded and very prolific American writer of detective fiction. He is also an active anthologist, having compiled more than 100 collections, most of which focus on mystery, western, and science fiction short stories.
Bill Purcell William Paxon Purcell III (born October 25, 1953) is the fifth mayor of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, elected first in 1999 and reelected to a second term in 2003. He is a member of the Democratic Party.
Bill Puterbaugh Bill Puterbaugh (born June 6, 1936, Indianapolis, Indiana), is a former driver in the USAC Championship Car series. He raced in the 1967-1971 and 1975-1977, and 1979 seasons, with 31 career starts, including the 1975-1977 Indianapolis 500.
Bill Putnam Bill Putnam Sr (born 1920, Danville, Illinois) was a renowned American audio engineer, songwriter, producer, studio designer and businessman who has been described as "the father of modern recording". He was the inventor of the modern recording console and is recognised as a key figure in the development of the postwar commercial recording industry.
Bill Quackenbush Hubert George "Bill" Quackenbush (March 2, 1922 in Toronto, Ontario - September 12, 1999) was a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who played for the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League.
Bill Rafferty Bill Rafferty (born June 17, 1944 in Queens, New York) is a comedian and impressionist who hosted the game shows Every Second Counts (1984, syndicated), Card Sharks (1986-87, syndication), and Blockbusters (1987, NBC).
Bill Ramsey William Thrace Ramsey (born October 20, 1920 in Osceola, Arkansas) was a Major League Baseball outfielder who played for the Boston Braves in 1945. On November 1, 1944 he had been drafted by the Boston Braves from the St.
Bill Rancic William "Bill" Rancic (born 1972) is an American entrepreneur who was the first candidate hired in national television by The Trump Organization at the conclusion of the first season of Donald Trump's reality business show, The Apprentice.
Bill Ranford William Edward Ranford, better known as Bill Ranford (born December 14, 1966 in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada) is a former professional ice hockey goaltender. He graduated from New Westminster Secondary School in 1976 http://hockeygoalies.
Bill Rauch Bill Rauch will succeed Libby Appel as the fifth artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. As artistic director he will be responsible for selecting eleven plays and their directors, design teams and casts each season.
Bill Redell Bill Redell (born April 17, 1941 in Red Bluff, California) is an American football coach and member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Redell serves as head coach at Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, California, since 2000, and has formed them into one of California's best high school football programs.
Bill Reid William (Bill) Ronald Reid (January 12, 1920 â€“ March 13, 1998) was a Canadian jeweler, sculptor and artist. He was born to a father of European descent and a mother from the Haida (one of the First Nations of the Pacific coast) in Victoria, British Columbia.
Bill Richardson William Blaine "Bill" Richardson (born November 15, 1947) is an American politician, a member of the Democratic Party, and a potential 2008 candidate for President of the United States.See On December 7, 2006, Richardson announced on Fox News Channel] that he will be running for President in 2008.
Bill Ringle Bill Ringle is a business strategist and eBusiness expert based near Philadelphia, PA. In the mid-1990's, he was Internet program manager for worldwide training at Apple Computer and one of the company's first advocates for using the web as a sales training tool.
Bill Robertson Billy Henry "Bill" Robertson (born 1938) has been the Democratic mayor of the small city of Minden, the seat of Webster Parish in northwestern Louisiana, since his initial election on November 6, 1990. Robertson won his fifth consecutive four-year term on November 7, 2006, by defeating educator Alton Monroe "Al" Hortman, the Republican candidate.
Bill Rodgers (athletics) William ("Bill") Henry Rodgers (b. December 23, 1947 in Hartford, Connecticut) is an American runner who is best known for his victories in the Boston Marathon and the New York City Marathon in the late 1970s.
Bill Rodgers (baseball) William Sherman Rodgers (December 5, 1922 - May 13, 2002) was a Major League Baseball right fielder who played for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1944 and 1945. A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, he stood 6'0" and weighed 162 lbs.
Bill Roper (filker) Bill Roper (born May 23, 1956) has been active in science fiction fandom and filking for over twenty five years. Roper founded Dodeka Records, received the Pegasus Award three times, and was inducted into the Filk Hall of Fame in 2000.
Bill Roper (video game producer) Bill Roper is a video game developer and has been a well-known figure in the worldwide gaming industry for over a decade. He served as a Vice President of Blizzard North and was a Director of Blizzard Entertainment from 1994 - 2003.
Bill Rosenberg Award The Bill Rosenberg Award was established in 1990 to commemorate a young activist who had died earlier that year. It annually honors a young person who has made a significant contribution to helping end the suffering of animals farmed for food.
Bill Rosendahl Bill Rosendahl is a Los Angeles City Councilman, representing Council District 11, including the communities of Brentwood, Del Rey, Mar Vista, Marina del Rey, Pacific Palisades, Palms, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Venice, West Los Angeles and Westchester. Prior to being elected in May 2005, Rosendahl was an educator and television broadcaster, and a vice president at Adelphia.
Bill Rowling Sir Wallace Edward Rowling KCMG, (15 November 1927 - 31 October 1995), often known as Bill Rowling, was a Prime Minister of New Zealand. He was in office for just over a year, having been appointed Prime Minister following the death of the highly popular Norman Kirk.
Bill Russell William Felton "Bill" Russell (born February 12, 1934) is a retired professional American basketball player, who played center for the Boston Celtics of the NBA. A five-time winner of the NBA Most Valuable Player Award and twelve-time All-Star, Russell was the centerpiece of the Celtics dynasty that won eleven league championships in thirteen seasons.
Bill Russell (American Music) William "Bill" Russell (1905 - 1992) was an American music historian and modernist composer. Russell was born William Russell Wagner, but in his youth he decided to become a classical music composer and dropped his last name as he considered "Wagner" already taken in that field, although--ironically, perhaps--William Russell is also the name of a British organ composer.
Bill Russell (baseball) William Ellis Russell (born October 21, 1948, in Pittsburg, Kansas) is a former shortstop, coach and manager in Major League Baseball. Russell played his entire 18-year, 2,181-game career with the Los Angeles Dodgers as the starting shortstop for four National League pennant winners and one World Series champion.
Bill Ryan Bill Ryan (full name William Emmett Ryan III) (April 4, 1926 â€“ February 18, 1997) was an American broadcast journalist with the NBC television network and its owned and operated local station WNBC-TV in New York for 26 years.
Bill Sammon Bill Sammon is senior White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner (having left the same position at The Washington Times in February 2006), a political analyst for Fox News Channel, and the author of four New York Times bestsellers: At Any Cost: How Al Gore Tried to Steal the Election; Fighting Back: The War on Terrorism from Inside the White House; Misunderestimated: The President Battles Terrorism, John Kerry and the Bush Haters; and Strategery: How George W. Bush Is Defeating Terrorists, Outwitting Democrats, and Confounding the Mainstream Media.
Bill Scanlon Bill Scanlon (born November 13, 1956 in Dallas, Texas) is a former tennis player from the United States, who won six singles and two doubles titles during his professional career. The righthander reached his highest singles ATP-ranking on January 9, 1984, when he became the number 9 of the world.
Bill Self Bill Self (born December 27, 1962 in Okmulgee, Oklahoma) is the current head men's basketball coach at the University of Kansas. He replaced Roy Williams, who left KU to be the head coach at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 2003.
Bill Sheffield William Jennings Sheffield (born June 26, 1928 in Spokane, Washington) is an American Democratic politician who was Governor of Alaska from 1982 to 1986.He was also an accomplished musician with bluesman robert johnson in an old time blues band -he co-wrote "traveling camago park blues" in honor of the forestry service and alaska made "pearl" beer.
Bill Sheffler Bayard Taylor "Bill" Sheffler (23 August 1917 El Paso, Texas â€“ 28 June 1949 Trenton, New Jersey) was an American racecar driver active during the 1940's. He died from injuries sustained in a crash during an AAA championship race.
Bill Sherk Bill Sherk is a Canadian writer and journalist and is one of the country's leading authorities on old cars. Affectionately known as "The old car detective", he predominantly writes books and articles on old cars and the stories behind them and their owners.
Bill Shorten William Richard Shorten (born 1967), Australian trade union official, is National Secretary of the Australian Workers' Union (AWU), one of Australia's oldest and largest unions. He is also Victorian State President of the Australian Labor Party.
Bill Schelter William Frederick Schelter (died July 30, 2001) was a professor of mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin and a Lisp developer and programmer. Schelter is credited with the development of GNU Common Lisp (gcl) implementation of Common Lisp and the GPL'd version of the computer algebra system Macsyma called GNU Maxima.
Bill Schorr Bill Schorr is a cartoonist who is probably best known for his syndicated editorial cartoons. He received the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award for 1993, and nominations for the same award for 1997 and 1998.
Bill Sienkiewicz Boleslav (William) Felix Robert Sienkiewicz (sin-KEV-itch), usually referred to simply as Bill Sienkiewicz, was born May 3, 1958 in Blakely, Pennsylvania, United States. He is a visual artist probably best known for his unique and recognizable work on various comic books, notably Marvel Comics' Elektra: Assassin.
Bill Siksay Bill Siksay, MP (born March 11, 1955, in Oshawa, Ontario to parents Patricia and William Siksay) is a Canadian politician, the Member of Parliament (MP) who represents the British Columbia riding of Burnabyâ€”Douglas for the New Democratic Party.
Bill Simpson Bill Simpson (born March 14, 1940, Hermosa Beach, California), is a retired American racecar driver, but is best known as a pioneer in the racing safety business with his company Simpson Performance Products. He is inducted in the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America.
Bill Singer William Robert Singer (born April 24, 1944 in Los Angeles, California) was a pitcher with a 14-year career from 1964 to 1973. He played for the Los Angeles Dodgers of the National League and the California Angels, Texas Rangers, Minnesota Twins and Toronto Blue Jays all of the American League.
Bill Skate Sir William Jack Skate KCMG (September 26, 1953 â€“ January 3, 2006) was a Papua New Guinea politician and statesman. Though his career was turbulent and often marked by setbacks, he served in the highest posts in his country: Prime Minister, Speaker of the National Parliament, and acting Governor-General.
Bill Spadea Bill Spadea was the Republican nominee for United States Congress in New Jersey's 12th congressional district in 2004. Running a grassroots campaign that included walking 200 miles to each of 44 towns in the district, he topped 40% of the vote on election dayand was ranked 17th out of 157 GOP challengers nationwide.
Bill Spooner William "Sputnik" Spooner (born August 16, 1949) is a musician/guitarist/songwriter and the founder of The Tubes, a theatrical rock band. After the band disbanded in 1985, he released a solo album Mall to Mars (1997).
Bill Stafford Bill Stafford (August 13, 1939 - September 19, 2001), was a former professional baseball player who pitched in the Major Leagues from 1960-1967. Stafford was a successful pitcher for the New York Yankees from 1961-1962, winning a combined 28 games in two seasons.
Bill Staines Bill Staines is an American songwriter and folk singer from New England, well known for composing children's songs as well as folk songs with a timeless quality. In the early 1960s he started his professional career in the Cambridge, Massachusetts area.
Bill Stefaniak Bill Stefaniak is an Australian politician. He is currently the Leader of the Opposition in the Australian Capital Territory after succeeding in a leadership challenge against former leader Brendan Smyth on 16 May 2006.
Bill Steinke Bill Steinke is a retired Canadian professional darts player who competed in the 1980s. He competed in the 1986 BDO World Darts Championship and succeeded in reaching the quarter-final round by defeating Canadian but was defeated in the first round by Welshman Peter Locke.
Bill Stewart (actor) Bill Stewart (7 December 1942 â€“ 29 August 2006) was an English actor best known for his role as Denton Evening News reporter Sandy Langdord in the Brisish television program A Touch of Frost. He also made appearances on Z Cars and MacGyver and had roles in such films as 101 Dalmatians and Anna and the King.
Bill Stewart (musician) William Harris "Bill" Stewart (born October 18 1966, Des Moines, Iowa) is an American jazz drummer. Stewart is a versatile player who has performed with a broad array of musicians, from Maceo Parker to Jim Hall.
Bill Stickers Bill Stickers was a brand of clothing in the UK in the 1980s with slogans such as "Bill Stickers is innocent", derived from a commonly seen notice in English cities saying "BILL STICKERS WILL BE PROSECUTED", as a warning to stickers of bills, otherwise known as fly posting. However, this was not new to the UK and had been printed in various other papers in other English-speaking countries during the 1980s.
Bill Stoneman William Hambly Stoneman III (born April 7, 1944, in Oak Park, Illinois) is the general manager of the Los Angeles Angels of American Major League Baseball and a former righthanded pitcher who threw two no-hit, no run games during his eight-year MLB career.
Bill Strutton Bill Strutton was a prolific British scriptwriter who worked on some of the best-remembered 1960s television shows including Ivanhoe, The Saint, The Avengers and Doctor Who. Born in Australia on 23 February 1923, Bill Strutton won a state scholarship to university at 14 but dropped out after two years to go and work in an office.
Bill Studeman William Oliver Studeman (born 1940) is a retired admiral of the United States Navy and former deputy director of the United States' Central Intelligence Agency. Between 1988 and 1992 he was director of the NSA; he was the Director of Naval Intelligence, September 1985 - July 1988.
Bill Subritzky Bill Subritzky, from Auckland, New Zealand, was a lawyer and property developer from the mid 1950s until the mid 1980s. In 1971 he became involved in the Charismatic movement, and became a well-known independent evangelist and healer in many parts of New Zealand and beyond.