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She drew attention at age 20 when she was seen painted gold in the Bond film’s opening credits. She also appeared in the Beatles movie “A Hard Day’s Night.”
Sought out by the White House and the State Department, she stressed the importance of ethics in policymaking and of heeding one’s conscience.
Mr. Fregosi was a baseball lifer who made six All-Star teams as a player and managed the 1993 Philadelphia Phillies to the National League pennant.
Mr. Miller’s over-the-top glamour for the “Dynasty” TV series, which influenced a decade of power dressing, included sequined gowns, luncheon suits and the occasional turban.
Mr. Nolan, an ardent Democrat, proudly wore his politics on his sleeve and also on his runway.
Mr. Nolan and a few friends joined in 1971 to found the Libertarian Party in opposition to President Richard M. Nixon’s policies.
Mr. Nolan, who was mute and quadriplegic since birth, produced a highly praised volume at 15 and later published a prize-winning autobiography, “Under the Eye of the Clock.”
Dick Nolan played nine seasons as a N.F.L. defensive back and was later a head coach for 11 years, twice guiding the San Francisco 49ers to conference championship games.
Lieutenant Herndon, a navigator-bombardier in the storied Doolittle raid over Japan in World War II, spent more than a year interned in the Soviet Union after his plane made an emergency landing in Russia.
NOLAN--Ernest. The New York Times records with deep sorrow the passing of Ernest Nolan, associated with The Times from March, 1981 until July, 1997.
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One of his students became a president, another an actress. He also helped the university modernize during the 1970s and ’80s.
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At Yankee Stadium on Oct. 1, 1961, Mr. Durante, a 19-year-old truck driver, stood on his seat in right field and nabbed Roger Maris’s 61st home run one-handed.
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