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Sampson disguised herself as man, volunteered for the army, and proved herself in combat.Renaming U.S. Army Bases Should Start with America’s Unrecognized Veterans|Craig Bruce Smith|May 31, 2021|Time
All told, Sampson has engineered one of the more stunning revivals in men’s college basketball.The Houston Cougars Haven’t Been This Good Since Phi Slama Jama|Santul Nerkar (email@example.com)|March 1, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Some members of Sampson’s coaching staff have also tested positive, he said.
Sampson, 65, watched that game from his living room because of coronavirus contact tracing protocols after his son and assistant coach, Kellen Sampson, tested positive.
Just over a third of Sampson’s team returned to the practice court on Tuesday after a recent outbreak forced the program to halt workouts last week.
“During my relationship with Robert Kelly, I lost my virginity to him,” Sampson said in her suit, according to the Sun-Times.Why Has the Public Forgiven R. Kelly for His Sordid, Predatory Past?|Marlow Stern|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Porn star Holly Sampson, whose work includes Descent Into Bondage and Diary of a Horny Housewife.
Admiral Sampson had gone up the coast with the New York for a talk with the army general, so he was out of the way.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various
The people of St. Sampson, except a few rich families among the townsfolk, are also a population of quarriers and carpenters.
In a few moments more he was mounted on a fine powerful black horse, and followed by Sampson, on his road to London.
Sampson was a very powerful man, of a cool and silent character, by no means deficient in intelligence, and trustworthy withal.
And had all this been witnessed in that little island, in that little harbour, in that little town of St. Sampson?