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Nash said that she questioned John Pelletier, who was then the head of the agency, and his deputy, Eleanor Maciag, about better enforcement of attorney assignments.Lawyers Who Were Ineligible to Handle Serious Criminal Charges Were Given Thousands of These Cases Anyway|by Samantha Hogan, The Maine Monitor, and Agnel Philip, ProPublica|February 23, 2021|ProPublica
Nash and the Nets, now 9-7 and owners of a bottom-10 defense, watched passively and barely adjusted as Sexton enjoyed his out-of-body experience.
Yet Nash can still add value while letting his players run the show.
Coach and player didn’t quite seem to be on the same page during Irving’s recent absence, and Nash has adopted a hands-off approach to game management.
Perhaps Nash’s greatest coaching virtues are his ability to connect with his stars and his willingness to trust them in the same way he was trusted by coaches during his playing days.
Nash, who received a face transplant, also lost her sight because of a disease she caught from Travis.
No girl,” said my friend Al Bartz, “is willing to be seen dead in a Nash Rambler.
He “discovered” Ray Charles and helped shape the careers of the Rolling Stones, John Coltrane and Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
"There's a lot of debate about the impact of extensions but my gut feeling is that giving them hurts the job picture," said Nash.
"Having these extensions, while they give some people a way to live, are not the best thing to do," Nash argued.
One of the first tracts wholly devoted to tobacco is entitled Nash's "Lenten Stuffe."
It must be confessed that Nash is chiefly famous as a caustic pamphleteer and an unscrupulous satirist.
Nash wrote for bare existence—to use his own words, ‘contending with the cold, and conversing with scarcity.’
What would you have said had you seen Nash or Green, when you interest yourself about the poor mimes you supped with last night?The Fortunes of Nigel|Sir Walter Scott
Mr. Nash inquired, leaning over his friend to speak to the girl.The Tragic Muse|Henry James