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Roger Ailes

Roger Eugene Ailes (born May 15, 1940) is a media consultant and former American television executive.He is the founder and former Chairman and CEO of Fox News and the Fox NewsFox Television Stations Group , from which he resigned in July 2016 over sexual harassment allegations. Ailes was a Fox NewsFox Television Stations Groupmedia consultant for Republican presidents Fox NewsFox Television Stations Groupmedia consultantRichard Nixon , Fox NewsFox Television Stations Groupmedia consultantRichard... read more

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===Roger Ailes===This article is very factual article. This article is very good and talks about the life about one of the most sucessful TV Producers of all time. This article has been rewritten and is really looking good. It may not be that long but it is a really good read and very informational. --Zonerocks 21:00, 21 August 2006 (UTC) read more


==French language==Ailes is the French translation of the word Wing read more

Stephen Ailes

Stephen Ailes (March 25, 1912 – June 30, 2001) was a prominent member of the District of Columbia Bar and a partner in the firm of District of Columbia BarSteptoe & Johnson . He served as the District of Columbia BarSteptoe & JohnsonUnited States Under Secretary of the Army from February 9, 1961 to January 28, 1964 and as District of Columbia BarSteptoe & JohnsonUnited States Under Secretary of the ArmyUnited States Secretary of the Army from January 28, 1964 to July 1, 1965. He received... read more

Tom Ailes

Tom Ailes is an English professional rugby union player who plays for Gloucester and Gloucester U20. He is currently dual-registered with Hartpury College R.F.C..==References==Category:Sportspeople from Gloucestershire read more

Ailes Gilmour

Ailes Gilmour (January 27, 1912 - April 16, 1993) was a Japanese American dancer who was one of the young pioneers of the American Modern Dance movement of the 1930s. She was one of the first members of Martha Graham's dance company. Ailes' older brother was sculptor Isamu Noguchi.==Early life==Ailes was born 1912 in Yokohama, Japan. Her father was unknown. Her mother, Leonie Gilmour, attended Bryn Mawr College and studied at the Sorbonne in Paris, then moved to New York City in the early 1900s... read more

William Ailes House

The William Ailes House (a.k.a. "Bellevue") is a historic house in Natchez, Mississippi.==Location==It is located at 657 South Canal Street in Natchez, Mississippi.==History==It was built by Thomas Bowen in the 1850s in the Greek Revival architectural style.It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings since March 12, 1980.==References==Category:Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in MississippiCategory:Greek Revival houses in MississippiCategory:National... read more

Complexe Les Ailes

Complexe Les Ailes is a shopping centre located in downtown Montreal at 677 Sainte-Catherine Street West, at the corner of University Street.The 11 floors multipurpose property houses an office component of known under the name ''1500 University'' on the upper floors, as well as a retail gallery of with more than 60 stores on its three first floors.Complexe Les Ailes is visited by over 11 million shoppers every year.It has direct access to Montreal’s “underground city” and the McGill metro... read more

Des racines et des ailes

''Des racines et des ailes'' is a French television documentary series created by Patrick de Carolis and Patrick Charles in 1997. ''Des racines et des ailes'' is broadcast two Wednesdays per month on the France 3 television network and is rebroadcast on TV5. De Carolis hosted the series until he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of France Télévisions in July 2005. Since September 2005 it has been hosted by Louis Laforge.==Concept==''Des racines et des ailes'' is based on the dual concept of... read more

Ailes House (Crystal Springs, Mississippi)

Ailes House, also known as Jones House or Chelsealy Farms, in Crystal Springs, Mississippi, was built in 1860. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.==References==Category:Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in MississippiCategory:Houses in Copiah County, MississippiCategory:National Register of Historic Places in Copiah County, Mississippi read more

Les Ailes de la Mode

A former Les Ailes de la Mode store in Montreal.Les Ailes de la Mode was a Quebec clothing retail store chain, that at the time of its closure, consisted of three department stores, two warehouses and one boutique. Its flagship store was in downtown Montreal and was the anchor tenant of the Complexe Les Ailes. From 2007 to 2016, Les Ailes de la Mode subleased a section of their department stores to Bowring.http://www.mailchamplain.ca/fr/magasins/details/79/bowring-les-ailesLes Ailes de la Mode was... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Dice Ailes

The result was delete. MBisanz talk 03:31, 18 July 2016 (UTC)===Dice Ailes===This subject fails WP:MUSICBIO as the subject hasn't been discussed extensively by independent reliable sources. He has not released an album, neither has the subject been nominated in any notable music award. —Oluwa2Chainz »» (talk to me) 10:42, 8 July 2016 (UTC) read more


Roger (, ) Jones (1986) p. 427. is a masculine Jones (1986)given name and a Jones (1986)given namesurname . The given name is derived from the Jones (1986)given namesurnameOld French personal names ''Roger'' and ''Rogier''. These names are of Germanic origin, derived from the elements ''hrōd'' ("fame", "renown") and ''gār'', ''gēr'' ("spear", "lance"). The name was introduced into England by the GermanicNormans . Hanks (2006) ; Hanks; Hardcastle; Hodges (2006) p. 233. In Hanks; Hardcastle;... read more

Roger Roger

''Roger Roger'' is a BBC television comedy-drama written by John Sullivan. The series was about a mini-cab firm called Cresta Cabs. The pilot aired in 1996 and there were three subsequent series on BBC1 in 1998, 1999 and 2003.===Pilot: 1996===The pilot was a 60-minute episode that aired 26 August 1996 on BBC1.===Series 1: 1998===The first series had six 50-minute episodes, airing from 8 January to 12 February 1998 on BBC1. The storyline involves the apparent suicide of Sam's business partner Dexter... read more

Roger Roger (composer)

Roger Roger (5 August 1911 – 12 June 1995) was a French film composer and bandleader. His aliases included Eric Swan and Cecil Leuter, the last being a pseudonym he used for his electronic productions. He was one of the first, with Pierre Henry and Jean-Jacques Perrey, to experiment with the Moog synthesizer; his ''Pop Electronique'' album was released in 1969, five years after Bob Moog put his electronic device on the market.Roger died in Paris in 1995. Since his death, renewed interest in light... read more


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