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Lovell, the police chief, who took office in the hot early days of the demonstrations in June 2020, said more than 120 sworn officers have left the department in the past nine months.Anarchists and an increase in violent crime hijack Portland’s social justice movement|Scott Wilson|May 31, 2021|Washington Post
Some of Lovell’s descriptive epithets even recall the comic sententiousness of Ernest Bramah’s tall tales about the resourceful Kai Lung.The action-packed saga ‘Monkey King: Journey to the West’ gets a modern take|Michael Dirda|March 3, 2021|Washington Post
Enforcing the DNA collection laws here, and entering those samples in the federal database, could solve crimes elsewhere, Lovell said.
In Ohio’s Cuyahoga County, Lovell’s team had no idea how many missing samples they might discover when they began looking at arrests and convictions from 2008 to 2016.
Just three years after that tragic evening, Lovell himself was very much in distress, when the Apollo 13 spacecraft he was commanding suffered a crippling explosion en route to the moon, nearly claiming the lives of another Apollo crew.SpaceX's Crewed Launch Continues What NASA's Gemini Astronauts Started|Jeffrey Kluger|November 16, 2020|Time
Lovell does an excellent job deconstructing this self-serving myth.
Lovell said the military lacked any direction from Washington that evening.
Lovell also said the State Department never asked the military for backup that evening.
Writeaprisoner's Lovell says the ads are generally quite successful.
"I consider myself both an activist and a businessman," says Lovell.
Richard Lovell Edgeworth, an English philanthropist and practical philosopher, died.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Jemmy one evening went into the study where Mr. Lovell kept his fishing tackle, for he was fond of angling.Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events|S. Baring-Gould
Sixteen men composed the platoon and Lieutenant Lovell of our regiment was in command.
Mrs. Lovell's complexion was worth saving from the ravages of an Indian climate, and the persecution of claimants to her hand.
"That he may have been imprudent—" Mrs. Lovell thus blushingly hinted at the lesser sin of his deceiving and ruining the girl.