“It scares me to they got rid of it back in the day,” Officer Sullivan said.
In talking to Sullivan, I asked him that question and he said he did not know of any kind of culture like this.
Despite the large meeting room, only six senators showed up to interrogate Sullivan.
Listening to the radio one day, Sullivan found himself being discussed on a local talk show.
Sullivan also revealed the pain of learning that his HIV diagnosis in 1993 would prevent him from gaining U.S. citizenship.
The attack on the left of the Division at this time was successfully met by Sullivan's Brigade.
When the old Congress went out, Sullivan felt free to return.
"Sullivan wants to see you, Larry," went on Mr. Emberg, hanging up the telephone receiver.
And now I'm wondering why Sullivan associates you and me in this business.
Well, suit yourself; but that brute Sullivan will kill him some day, I hear.
Sullivan Sul·li·van, Harry Stack. 1892-1949.
American psychiatrist who theorized that personality is largely determined by one's interpersonal relations and the assimilation of societal values.