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Marion County Prosecutor Disqualified from Murder Trial - WBOY-TV
Marion County prosecutor Patrick Wilson has represented the state against all four co-defendants, but says death threats have compelled him to file to be removed from the remainder of the Lincoln Taylor case. In the motion filed with Marion County...
Wilson hits clutch 40-foot putt to force extra hole and then wins ... - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
by THE STAR-LEDGER Pat Wilson of Newton rolled in a 40-foot putt on the 18th hole to send the event into sudden-death, then knocked down a four-footer on the first extra hole to defeat Marc Kunesch of Pope John and win the Sussex County Interscholastic...
Car hits pedestrian on bridge - Today's News-Herald
Sgt. Pat Wilson, of the Lake Havasu City Police Department, said Monday that Samantha Sedlar was hit by a 2009 Ford vehicle driven by Steven Hayes, of San Diego, shortly after 4:30 pm, as Sedlar was crossing McCulloch Boulevard at the crosswalk at the...
Since when is Patrick Dempsey a supporting actor on 'Grey's'? - Examiner.com
On the women's side, Ellen Pompeo will remain in the lead actress category, while Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl, Chandra Wilson, Sara Ramirez and Chyler Leigh will continue to compete in the supporting category. The women of 'Grey's' have historically...
Airport Commission Sets Deadline For Deal With Aviation Company - Bristol Herald Courier
In March 2008, Airport Executive Director Patrick Wilson sent Phillips a list of 10 instances where he thought Tri-City violated that lease agreement. Among them, Tri-City Aviation agreed to make $750000 worth of improvements to the terminal by March...
Passengers (Blu-ray) - Mania
Eric Clark (Patrick Wilson) is the most unique and has decided to attack life and embrace each day. He quits his job, disconnects from the digital age and takes a chance by going after Claire. This is of course is against all the ethics of being a...
Blu-Ray Review: Anne Hathaway, Patrick Wilson in Supernatural ... - HollywoodChicago.com
It's that otherworldly quality that Anne Hathaway and Patrick Wilson use for creepy thrills in the moderately effective “Passengers,” now on Blu-Ray and DVD. When a movie doesn't even open in Chicago and heads straight to the Netflix queue,...
Black's record among those that appear to be safe - Great Falls Tribune
The boys' state record is 42.27, set by Pat Dringman, Tim Wolffe, Slade Foster and Jason Brockel of Billings West in 1995. The CMR team of David Wilson, Pat Brown, JJ Harrington and Chris Wilson were second in that race with a 42.00....
Vaccine Expert Racing to Find Serum to Combat Swine Flu - San Leandro India West
By MICHEL W. POTTS Rafi Ahmed, a vaccine expert at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and his counterpart Patrick Wilson of the University of Chicago are waiting for blood samples from Mexican flu victims from which they hope to make a serum that...
Castroneves Wins 93rd Indianapolis 500 - INDYchannel.com
Justin Wilson crashed in lap 159, prompting the seventh caution of the day. Five crashes in the first 98 laps of the race led to numerous lead changes and took several drivers, including Tony Kanaan, out of the race. Something went out on Kanaan's car...

Patrick Wilson (composer)

Patrick Wilson is a Sussex born musician/composer who was educated at Hurstpierpoint College where he formed his first band. In 1982 his composition and production skills attracted the attention of 'godfather of library music' Robin Phillips, MD of Bruton Music. With Bruton, Patrick's music quickly became popular in movies, TV and commercials, including 'Dumb & Dumber', themes tunes for C4's pioneering 'Parliament Programme', GMTV's 'Breakfast TV' and the first major 'Gossard Wonderbra' commercial.

Patrick has released many records and CD's over the years and is now composing Polish mezzosoprano Renata Jonscher's new CD. Their video's have gained wide popularity via Classic FMTV and now feature daily on Sky channel 369 (oMusic TV).

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Patrick Wilson (librarian)

Patrick Wilson (December 29, 1927–September 12, 2003) was a noted librarian, information scientist and philosopher who served as a professor at the University of California, Berkeley and as dean of the School of Library and Information Studies there. Earlier in his career, Wilson taught philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Wilson is noted within the library and information science communities for his work on the philosophical underpinnings of bibliographic control, that is, the ways in which knowledge is organized and the relationships between different documents and pieces of knowledge. He also did work on what he called "cognitive authority," which is the study of how people gain reputation and the authority of possessing knowledge in the eyes of other people.

He is the subject of an oral history.

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Patrick Wilson (New Zealand actor)

Patrick Wilson is a New Zealand born actor most famous in New Zealand for his role as Arthur Short in Comedy-Drama Rude Awakenings, opposite Danielle Cormack.

Wilson served as an officer in the New Zealand Police before attending classes at the Actors Institute of London and the Academy of Drama School in London. He has appeared in Mercy Peak and Shortland Street.

He has a supporting role in a new kiwi film called Second Hand Wedding, Featuring Geraldine Brophy and John Rowles. The film will be screening at Cannes Film Festival 2008.

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Patrick Wilson (musician)

Patrick "Pat" George Wilson (born February 1, 1969 in Buffalo, New York) is best known as the drummer for the alt-rock band Weezer and as the frontman in The Special Goodness.

Patrick Wilson was born in Buffalo, New York on February 1, 1969, but raised in nearby Clarence. He was introduced to music very early on in his life, making his first musical purchase of Barry Manilow's 1976 album This One's for You. Shortly after his fifteenth birthday he went to his first concert, seeing Van Halen. As a result he was inspired to start taking drum lessons with friend Greg Czarnecki. By his senior year in high school at Clarence High School, Wilson and his friend Greg began teaching the instrument, eventually amassing over 30 students.

Growing tired of the local music scene, at the urge of friend Patrick Finn, Wilson at the age of 21 moved to Los Angeles. Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles, he joined the shortlived band Bush (not Gavin Rossdale's Bush) While in Bush, Wilson met future Weezer bass player Matt Sharp, with whom he developed a friendship. Eventually by the spring of 1991, Wilson started a band with Patrick Finn, Matt Sharp and later Jason Cropper called Sixty Wrong Sausages.

In January 1992, Sharp reconnected with his former bandmates; Cuomo, Wilson and Cropper, when Wilson showed him material from his and Cuomo's "50 song project." Sharp was pleased with the material and returned to Los Angeles to join the band, consisting of Rivers Cuomo, Patrick Wilson and Jason Cropper, now under the name Weezer.

In addition to his drum duties, Wilson has three song co-writing credits on Weezer songs "The World has Turned and Left Me Here," "Surf Wax America," "My Name is Jonas," and a solo writing credit on "Automatic." However, Rivers Cuomo and Pat Wilson have written far more songs collaboratively including "Lemonade" (released on Alone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo), "Lullaby For Wayne" (Released on The Blue Album Deluxe).

Wilson and Rivers Cuomo are the only two founding members of Weezer that have remained in the band.

Wilson wrote and performed lead vocals/guitars on "Automatic," on Weezer's third self-titled album. The song was remixed by LA Riots for the video game Gran Turismo 5 Prologue. Wilson also sang lead vocals on Red Album b-sides "Life's What You Make It" (a Talk Talk cover), a cover of "Love My Way" by The Psychedelic Furs and lead vocals in parts of Weezer's cover of Gary Numan's "Are 'Friends' Electric?," which he had sung live with Weezer in 2005.

On Weezer's 2008 Troublemaker tour, Wilson plays drums and sings lead vocals first on a three part lead vocal with Scott Shriner and Rivers Cuomo on "My Name is Jonas", sings lead vocals and plays lead guitar on "Automatic" and covers of Nirvana's "Sliver", Oasis's "What's the Story (Morning Glory)" and Pink Floyd's "Time" and plays drums and sings back-up vocals on "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived".

Wilson records and performs with his own band, The Special Goodness, for which he writes songs, performs vocals, and plays the majority of the instruments. The band has released several albums, and Wilson himself has made songs available on his website in the past.

Almost immediately after Weezer's initial success, Wilson played drums on The Rentals' first record Return of the Rentals but never toured with the band.

Wilson and Weezer guitarist Brian Bell collaborated on a cover of the Velvet Underground song "Heroin" for the 2006 film Factory Girl. Additionally, Wilson and Bell were given small roles in the film as John Cale and Lou Reed, respectively.

Wilson is married to Mrs. Jennifer Wilson (wed 1994) and they also have two sons, Charlie, born in 2004, and Ian Patrick Wilson in early 2008. He also participated in episode 82 of MacBreak Weekly, Leo Laporte's Weekly Mac Podcast.

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Source : Wikipedia