30.05.2012 [Patch.com] - By Peter Lacy The wide aisles of the MarkTwain Building's gymnasium do little to hold back excited family and friends of the graduates. The University of Missouri St Louis's MarkTwain building was host to a celebration May 29.
11.05.2012 [FIFA] - En su obra El extraño misterioso, el escritor estadounidense MarkTwain afirmó que “la razón y la alegría no pueden convivir”. Aunque parezca una frase estrambótica, está muy cercana a la realidad, al menos a la del fútbol, si nos fijamos en la
30.05.2012 [Ventura County Star] - Garden Grove pitcher Jasmine Antunez limited the Bulldogs to four hits and one run as Buena lost to Garden Grove 5-1 in the CIF-Southern Section Division 4 semifinals at MarkTwain School on Tuesday afternoon. "She was a good pitcher and she pitched a
25.05.2012 [CBSSports.com] - By Tony Barnhart | Mr. CFB With apologies to MarkTwain, the reports of the Atlantic Coast Conference's impending death as a relevant football conference have been greatly exaggerated. Ever since the SEC and Big 12 announced last week they had formed
12.05.2012 [RTVE] - Relata la clásica historia de MarkTwain, donde se encuentran por casualidad las vidas de Tom, un muchacho pobre en la Inglaterra del siglo XIX que sueña con vivir una vida despreocupada y sin problemas monetarios y el príncipe Eduardo, el joven hijo
31.05.2012 [ConnectTriStates.com powered by KHQA] - by Chris Duerr Back on December 12th, Canton Basketball star Nick Janney dislocated his knee cap after coming down awkwardly on a rebound at MarkTwain. One surgery and a painful rehab later, he was back on the court for the Tony Lenzini Invitational.
31.05.2012 [CBS Local] - By Frank Luna If golf is a good walk spoiled, as MarkTwain once said, then he never witnessed the beauty of Ancil Hoffman Golf Course graced with the likes of some of the best Amateur golfers in the world. The Memorial Amateur delivered once again
31.05.2012 [The Outhouse] - Referring to an announcement made by MCM Expo's Bryan Cooney at the conclusion of 2012 Eagle Awards ceremony on Friday night, she added, "To paraphrase MarkTwain: The reports of the Eagles' death have been greatly exaggerated.
30.05.2012 [Express from The Washington Post] - The creature, which is now on view at England's Bowes Museum, was actually built in the late 1700s by London showman James Cox and was feted by MarkTwain in his 1869 travelogue “The Innocents Abroad.” A heavily fictionalized version of that swan is