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United States professional baseball player noted for his batting ability (1914-1999)

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DiMaggio has spoken to North Korean officials several times this year in "track 2" discussions.
7) that DiMaggio focuses on also includes the coverage granted in major news outlets to presidential messages and administration officials, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Houston Chronicle, CBS, NBC, Fox News, and MSNBC.
Uncovering origins "is an important part of the healing process," DiMaggio says.
DiMaggio and Sinatra were such bitter rivals that the singer was turned away from her funeral.
But it was DiMaggio to whom she turned time and again for assurance and comfort.
DiMaggio was active within the IES throughout her entire 20-year career, transforming the Lumen Awards program to include post-party dancing and socializing, and serving as the NYC Section's secretary and vice president before her time as president, during which she founded the Section's Student Lighting Competition, which is now in its 14th year (see previous page).
But Bill had no proof that it really had been Joe DiMaggio.
Simon also recalled being in a restaurant where DiMaggio was also present.
The Streak: How Joe Dimaggio Became America's Hero is a children's picturebook recounting the true story of Italian-American baseball legend Joe Dimaggio.
Her suspected abductor, James DiMaggio, 40, was killed yesterday after his campsite was found in Idaho's rugged Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, about 40 miles from the tiny town of Cascade.
THE charred remains of an eight-year-old boy and his mother have been discovered in the house of fugitive James DiMaggio.
Fortunately, DiMaggio has the chops to avoid this kind of creaky resurrection.
The fluid prose is supplemented with endnotes, chronology, and bibliography, which makes Joe DiMaggio readable for both the casual fan and academic.
Pete Rose comes in a distant second to DiMaggio, with hits in 44 consecutive games in 1978.
Gomez gives DiMaggio a look: what the hell's a White Russia?