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  • Bill Lee (21 August1916 – 15 November1980; age 64)
  • Dr. Bill Lee är en manlig Tau'ri och är en av de civila forskare som arbetar för Stargate Command och Homeworld Command.
  • Dr. Bill Lee is one of the civilian scientists working for SGC.
  • Dr. Bill Lee is one of the civilian scientists working for Stargate Command. He mostly works in the labs of the base, but has been known to do field research, either on Earth or off-world. What particular field(s) Bill Lee has his doctorate(s) in has never been established. His main focus at the SGC has been alien technology. He has studied Goa'uld, Ancient, and other aliens' technology in his tenure at the SGC. Unfortunately, as can be seen in the examples below, Dr. Lee's experiments often get away from him, but this may be the nature of working with unknown technology. He is often assigned to vitally important projects. (SG1: "Prodigy", "Paradise Lost", "Evolution, Part 1", "Evolution, Part 2", "Resurrection", "Babylon")
  • Bill Lee is a Warren Zevon song from the Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School album from 1980. The subject of the song is Boston Red Sox/Montreal Expos pitcher Bill "Spaceman" Lee, who played baseball from 1969-1982, who was known for his outspoken nature and counterculture involvement.
  • William Francis Lee III (born December 28, 1946), (nicknamed "Spaceman"), is an American athlete and retired Major League Baseball pitcher. He played for the Boston Red Sox from 1969-1978 and the Montreal Expos from 1979-1982. Lee is known for his adherence to the counterculture behavior, his antics both on and off the field, and his use of the Leephus pitch, a personalized variation of the eephus pitch.
  • Bill Lee (August 21, 1916 – November 15, 1980) was an American playback singer who provided a voice or singing voice in many films, for actors in musicals and for many Disney characters. As the baritone member of The Mellomen singing quartet, some of his singing roles in Disney productions included a card painter in Alice in Wonderland, one of the Pirates and the Indians in Peter Pan, one of the Dogs in the pound in Lady and the Tramp, the singing voice of Roger Radcliffe in One Hundred and One Dalmatians, singing voices in Pigs is Pigs, Paul Bunyan, Donald and the Wheel, the ram in Mary Poppins and the singing voice of Shere Khan and one of the singing elephants in The Jungle Book.
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  • Bill Lee (21 August1916 – 15 November1980; age 64)
  • Bill Lee is a Warren Zevon song from the Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School album from 1980. The subject of the song is Boston Red Sox/Montreal Expos pitcher Bill "Spaceman" Lee, who played baseball from 1969-1982, who was known for his outspoken nature and counterculture involvement. The song is a brief narrative from the point of view of Mr. Lee about the banality and duplicitous nature of baseball dugout culture, but also his passion for the game and winning. The final section of the song makes reference to Bill Lee's outspokedness through the lyric "and sometimes I say things I shouldn't. Like ...", followed by a harmonica riff in the place of a voice, leaving the content to the listener's imagination.
  • William Francis Lee III (born December 28, 1946), (nicknamed "Spaceman"), is an American athlete and retired Major League Baseball pitcher. He played for the Boston Red Sox from 1969-1978 and the Montreal Expos from 1979-1982. On February 25, 2008 the Red Sox organization announced that Bill Lee will be inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame on November 7, 2008. Lee will be inducted as record-holder for most games pitched by a left-hander (321) in team history and the third-highest win total (94) by a southpaw. On June 21, 2008, Lee was the starting pitcher for the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks for the 103rd Midnight Sun Game... an event he last pitched in 1967 (losing to the Japan Amateur National Champion Kumagai-Gumi on seven unearned runs). Lee is known for his adherence to the counterculture behavior, his antics both on and off the field, and his use of the Leephus pitch, a personalized variation of the eephus pitch. Lee has written four books: The Wrong Stuff; Have Glove, Will Travel; The Little Red (Sox) Book: A Revisionist Red Sox History; and Baseball Eccentrics: the Most Entertaining, Outrageous, and Unforgettable Characters in the Game. In 2006, the documentary film Spaceman in Cuba featured Lee.
  • Dr. Bill Lee is one of the civilian scientists working for Stargate Command. He mostly works in the labs of the base, but has been known to do field research, either on Earth or off-world. What particular field(s) Bill Lee has his doctorate(s) in has never been established. His main focus at the SGC has been alien technology. He has studied Goa'uld, Ancient, and other aliens' technology in his tenure at the SGC. Unfortunately, as can be seen in the examples below, Dr. Lee's experiments often get away from him, but this may be the nature of working with unknown technology. He is often assigned to vitally important projects. (SG1: "Prodigy", "Paradise Lost", "Evolution, Part 1", "Evolution, Part 2", "Resurrection", "Babylon") Lee has more than one child, and based on the fact that Bill mentions their love of Disney's 101 Dalmatians, it is likely they are of a young age. However, his marital status is currently unknown as he flirts with women such as Dr. Elizabeth Weir when she and Dr. Meredith Rodney McKay conducted their "Sting-like" ruse, and his interest in the singles scene at a conference he attended with Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter, where he appeared to be quite popular. (SG1: "Bounty") (SGA: "Critical Mass", "The Return, Part 1")
  • Dr. Bill Lee är en manlig Tau'ri och är en av de civila forskare som arbetar för Stargate Command och Homeworld Command.
  • Bill Lee (August 21, 1916 – November 15, 1980) was an American playback singer who provided a voice or singing voice in many films, for actors in musicals and for many Disney characters. As the baritone member of The Mellomen singing quartet, some of his singing roles in Disney productions included a card painter in Alice in Wonderland, one of the Pirates and the Indians in Peter Pan, one of the Dogs in the pound in Lady and the Tramp, the singing voice of Roger Radcliffe in One Hundred and One Dalmatians, singing voices in Pigs is Pigs, Paul Bunyan, Donald and the Wheel, the ram in Mary Poppins and the singing voice of Shere Khan and one of the singing elephants in The Jungle Book. In the Disney parks, he provided voices for such attractions as Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room, The Haunted Mansion, Country Bear Jamboree and America Sings.
  • Dr. Bill Lee is one of the civilian scientists working for SGC.
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