Condon, the physicist who headed the investigation.
Before he was a novelist, Condon was a movie publicist.
The man who started it all was Charlie Condon, who used to be Charleston's prosecuting attorney.
"Ashli Babbitt — Wife, daughter, sister, aunt, niece, friend, veteran, patriot," Condon wrote on the fundraiser.
“It’s like two paramecia,” Sarah Condon, one of the show’s executive producers, explained.
The director is Bill Condon, who made two of the “Twilight” vampire movies; Benedict Cumberbatch plays Julian Assange.
Before the pandemic, reporters with hard passes could go to the White House anytime they wanted, Condon said — no notice required.
…a copy of the novel Prizzi’s Honor by Richard Condon in the hopes that she would consider playing manipulative Mafia daughter Maerose.
Mr Condon, who has perfected the art of self-promotion, praised the McKnight verdict and has announced that he will run for governor next year.
Far more satisfying was Prizzi’s Honor (1985), a stylized version of Richard Condon’s novel (adapted by Condon and Janet Roach) about the Mafia.
"Obviously, everything is different because of the pandemic restrictions," George Condon, the White House correspondent for National Journal, said.
Condon said she didn’t support all of Gingrich’s ideas but hoped that he would re-reform the health-care industry with an eye toward rewarding personal responsibility.
"The reality of the White House is it's a two-century-old building that is overflowing with people," said George Condon, a White House correspondent for National Journal.
Five years ago, a twenty-year-old from New Mexico named Zach Condon, with his band, Beirut, upended the music scene with “Gulag Orkestar,” a winsome album of Balkan-inflected pop.
Mr Condon, a conservative white Republican who rode the attendant publicity to victory several years later in the election for state attorney-general, discontinued the policy in 1994 when ten women filed a lawsuit.
Her other published works include the autobiographical An Actor’s Daughter (1941), the novel Miss Condon (1947), and the posthumous Masterpieces of Women’s Costume of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (1959).
The producer of the sci-fi comedy The Ice Pirates (1984)—in which Huston played one of the titular buccaneers—gave her a copy of the novel Prizzi’s Honor by Richard Condon in the hopes that she would consider playing manipulative Mafia daughter…
Other openly gay Oscar winners over the years include Bill Condon (best adapted screenplay in 1998 for Gods and Monsters), Alan Ball (best original screenplay in 2000 for American Beauty) and John Schlesinger (best director in 1970 for Midnight Cowboy).
Condon remembers the end point differently: while visiting Laguna Beach with Murphy, Condon got caught in a riptide—and when he thought he saw a flash of hesitation on Murphy’s face, as if he might let him drown, he knew that the relationship was over.
In 1927, during a recording session with the McKenzie-Condon Chicagoans, Krupa became the first drummer to use a full kit on a recording, a significant technological accomplishment during a time when the pounding of a bass drum could easily dislocate the stylus on the recording equipment.
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