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With GrandCare, patients are able to become more involved in their own health care, stay living in their homes, and be connected to families and friends in meaningful ways," said Mark Anderson, president/chief eHecutive officer of Knute Nelson.
A few minutes after leaving the bank, Knute came back in to ask the astounded customer which key opens the car door.
Knute Rockne, the Notre Dame coach, looked around at the dirty faces in the locker room.
After what turned out to be a two-year sabbatical, Knute "Skip" Berger, 48, resumes his old job as editor in chief of the Seattle Weekly.
It came from one of his best-known roles in the 1940 movie Knute Rockne, All-American (UK title Knockout and a Modern Hero).
Indeed, no true fan would blanch if they numbered their coaches like popes, that is, Knute I, Frank II, Ara III, Lou IV, and so on.
Quoting revered Catholic figures such as Mother Teresa, Dorothy Day and Knute Rockne, Bush described his faith-based effort as the "third stage" in the nation's "war on poverty.
At age 57, Jim Hindman is a grizzled, stocky man, a former college football coach who embodies the tough-talking discipline of Knute Rockne.
He spends pages arguing that George Gipp never asked Knute Rockne to win one for the Gipper and that Jeanne Kirkpatrick didn't invent the distinction between authoritarianism and totalitarianism.
Knute Buehler of Bend, who lost his 2012 bid to unseat Brown as secretary of state- and there could be more.
Other photos include golfer Bobby Jones with his father (1927), Magic Johnson & Larry Bird (1979) at the NCAA championships, Lou Gehrig & Ellsworth "Babe" Dahlgren (1939), Boxer Joe Louis (1936), Roger Maris (1961), Joe Namath (1969), Cassius Clay at age 12, Joe DiMaggio (1933), Bobby Hull (1962), Vince Lombardi (from his playing days at Fordham University 1935), Knute Rockne (1930), and Jim Thorpe & Babe Didrikson (1950).