For example, enter "giraffe" and you'll get back words like "gazellephant" and "gorilldebeest".
Enter "south america" and "chess" and you'll get back words like "checkuador".
After an early career as a song-plugger, he moved into radio and in 1958 joined 1010 WINS.
He remained there for seven years, becoming the most popular New York radio DJ.
Chris was born in a small town in Florida where he grew up in an agricultural family.
At 17 he moved to New York to attend NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and subsequently graduated from Florida State University.
He also championed their records and for a while, he dubbed himself "the fifth Beatle" and became a trusted friend of the group during their American tours, though not of manager Brian Epstein, who apparently resented his considerable influence.
1928 Vintage silver gelatin print Block Museum, Gift of the Hollander Family in Honor of Morton and Mimi Schapiro Steichen / Condé Nast Archive; © Condé Nast Image used under fair use for the purpose of art criticism Edward Steichen (1879-1973) was a painter and champion of art photography who initially worked in the soft focus, Pictorialist style prevalent at the beginning of the 20th century.Parks in the medical text Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus, calling him "the driving force that has led to the development and maturation of our specialty, pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus." He travelled extensively, leading opthalmologic seminars worldwide, and was a pioneer in enhancing opthalmologic practice in the Eastern block, especially in the Soviet Union, during the thaw in relations between the Eastern Bloc and the United States. Relatives and friends are invited to call at Joseph Gawler's Sons, Inc., 5130 Wisconsin Ave. W., Washington, DC 20016 on Friday, July 29th, 2005 from 5-8 PM. Above all, Jack was a lover of life and enjoyed living it to the fullest. 26, 1957 at a Los Angeles hospital, following a short illness. Sitts was a former resident of Lansing, and had been a resident of California for the past 4 years. The meat supplied for Father Hause's guests consisted chiefly of venison.One story he told was of being allowed to use a secret subway tunnel between East and West Berlin to travel between the two zones to avoid the checkpoints. Parks and his late wife, Angeline Miller Parks, raised eleven children. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. W., Washington DC 20036 on Saturday, July 30, 2005 at AM. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Children's Eye Foundation, 655 Beach St., San Francisco, CA 94109-1336."ii. Ferry Street, Berrien Springs, formerly of Eau Claire, died at p.m. Surviving besides her husband are two sons, Jack , Berrien Springs and George of Camarillo, California, two daughters, Mrs. Fred (Marylou) Chambliss, Bradford, Ark,; a brother, Reuben Parkes, St. Although Jack and his wife Donna spent several winters in Arizona, Jack couldn't wait to get back to his 'cabin'. which was prepared by the landlord's faithful wife. ) and had the following children: James, Kay and Sue. Jack was born the third child of Clifford and Nelly Hause on Dec. In January of 1943, he voluntarily enlisted in the United States Army Air-Corps, where he served during World War II as an airplane mechanic based in India. Funeral arrangements are being made at the palmer-Bush funeral home and will be announced later." (The Lansing State Journal, Lansing, Michigan. On she married David Irvin Coryell (1828-1901) in Britton, Lenawee, Michigan. Travelers would get within a mile or so of the house, and leaving their wagons in the muddy road, would proceed to the tavern and put up, in order to give their worn-out teams a chance to recuperate. Willis Leonard "Jack" Hause (1922-2005) married Donna (? 30, 2003, at home, with his loving wife, Donna, by his side. Martha Esther Hause was born on in Ridgeway, Lenawee, Michigan. Irene Marie Houseman was born on in Essex, Clinton County, Michigan. She died on in St Johns, Clinton County, Michigan. The muddy condition of the roads contributed to his prosperity, as it frequently necessitated delay on the part of travelers, and he kept many of his guests two nights.Categories: American, american photographers, beauty, black and white photography, Edward Steichen, exhibition, fashion photography, gallery website, intimacy, light, Marcus Bunyan, Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria, photographic series, photography, pictorialism, portrait, psychological, review, space and time Tags: Actor Gary Cooper, Actress Gloria Swanson, Actress Joan Crawford, Actress Joan Crawford in a dress by Schiaparelli, Actress Mary Heberden, Alfred Stieglitz, Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen, American art, american artist, american photographer, American photography, Art Deco, Art Deco Fashion, Camera work, Charlie Chaplin, conde nast, Dancers Leonore Hughes and Maurice Mouvet, Dorothy Smart, Edward Steichen, Edward Steichen Actor Gary Cooper, Edward Steichen Actress Gloria Swanson, Edward Steichen Actress Joan Crawford in a dress by Schiaparelli, Edward Steichen Actress Mary Heberden, Edward Steichen Actress Paula Negri, Edward Steichen and Art Deco Fashion, Edward Steichen Charlie Chaplin, Edward Steichen Dancers Leonore Hughes and Maurice Mouvet, Edward Steichen Greta Garbo, Edward Steichen Marion Morehouse and unidentified model wearing dresses by Vionnet, Edward Steichen Marlene Dietrich, Edward Steichen Model Dorothy Smart wearing a black velvet hat by Madame Agnès, Edward Steichen Model wearing a black tulle headdress by Suzanne Talbot and a brocade coat with black fox collar, Edward Steichen Olympic diver Katherine Rawls, Edward Steichen On George Baher's yacht, Edward Steichen Tamaris with a large Art Deco scarf, Edward Steichen White (center Gwili André), film photography, Gallery 291, gary cooper, gloria swanson, Greta Garbo, Gwili André, Hanna-Lee Sherman, Joan Crawford, John Mc Donald, John Mc Donald Edward Steichen & Art Deco Fashion, June Cox, Katherine Rawls, Lee Miller, Madame Agnès, Marcus Bunyan High Society, Marion Morehouse, Marlene Dietrich, Mary Heberden, Model wearing a black tulle headdress by Suzanne Talbot and a brocade coat with black fox collar, New Photography, Olympic diver Katherine Rawls, On George Baher's yacht, Robert Nelson An age of elegance captured forever, Schiaparelli, Stieglitz Camera Work, Suzanne Talbot, Tamaris with a large Art Deco scarf, Vionnet, Vogue, White (center Gwili André) This is a sublime exhibition, teaming as it does fabulous frocks and beautiful, classical, evanescent photographs.