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Knute Nelson, the company has become a major employer in the west-central region.
Knute revealed that several white-tails were being seen in a particular spot near one of his logging yards, and he thought it best for his guest to begin his hunt there.
Daphne Karpan, Knute Nelson palliative care manager, said the system has been particularly helpful and beneficial to the health-care organization's Hospice clients, who generally have a one- to nine-month life expectancy.
Coach for a Nation: The Life and Times of Knute Rockne is the first comprehensive biography of legendary 20th century football coach Knute Rockne (1888-1931).
To name only ten of each: persons--Dante, Knute Rockne, Mother Teresa, Babe Ruth, Nefertiti, Mozart, Hedy Lamarr, Buddha, Little Orphan Annie, and Grandma; places--Giza, Nepal, Paris, Santa Fe, Rome, Palestine, Calcutta, Jalapa, Geneva, and Mars.
Exec Producers: Gedeon Naudet, Jules Naudet, Chris Whipple, Knute Walter, Nancy Daniels
But consensus seems to be that Knute Rockne a Norwegian-born American footballer was originally responsible for the 'show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser' line.
Singer and fashion des signer Jessica Simpson gave birth to her second child, a boy named Ace Knute, at a Los Angeles hospital on Sunday.
As he lay dying, the Notre Dame football star is said to have uttered the phrase "Win one for the Gipper" to coach Knute Rockne.
Knute Walker, Benjamin Rlnge and Aretha Marshall are also Executive Producers for Peacock Productions; Sharon Scott is Executive in Charge of Production.
THE GIPPER: GEORGE GIPP, KNUTE ROCKNE AND THE DRAMATIC RISE OF NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL provides a fine story of the legend of George Gipp, and comes from a veteran sportswriter and Pulitzer Prize nominee who shows readers what it means to 'win one for the Gipper'.