Synonyms for bamsey or Related words with bamsey

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Examples of "bamsey"
Launched in 2003 by the editor Ian Bamsey, the magazine is now published 8 times a year by High Power Media and is distributed in over 50 countries around the world.
POND’S BRIDGE, about 3 miles south, is an ecclesiastical parish, formed is Sept. 1866, from the parishes of St. Andrew, Whittlesey, and Bamsey and Stanground, in Hunts, but as the principal part of the parish is in Hunts; the population of the portion in Cambridgeshire in 1901 was 420.
Previous GGGI Director-Generals include the former Managing Director of the World Economic Forum, Mr. Richard (Rick) Samans (2011-2013), the current Executive Director of the Green Climate Fund, Mr. Howard Bamsey (2013-2014), and former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Mr. Yvo de Boer (2014-2015).
Notable players and coaches in the history of the club included Fitzroy Miller (RB), Martin Turner (OL), Gus Romain (RB), Steve Henry (RB), ex-GB Sprinter Jason Livingston (RB), Malcolm Bamsey (WR), Andy Hall (WR and K), Paul Allison (QB), Barry Spencer (QB), John Lloyd (LB), Ron Robinson (DL), Phil Rickards (DE), Ian Ellis (S) and Jerry Mannagh (HC).
A number of ex-players and coaches have gone onto other roles within American Football, notably Marcel Bellefeuille, who is the current head football coach at the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the Canadian Football League, Ian Ellis, who is the current head football coach at the Farnham Knights, and also Malcolm Bamsey and Gus Romain, who are currently on the coaching staff of the Sussex Thunder.
The primary FMARS Crew 11 consisted of seven personnel and one alternate crew-member. The station was prepared for the crew arrival by an advance field engineering team consisting of Paul Graham, coordinator of the Mars Society's engineering team, along with the FMARS Crew 11 Chief Engineer James Harris, and several workers from the community of Resolute. Later the advance team was joined by Matt Bamsey, with Paul and the other workers leaving shortly before the main crew's arrival.
In January 2015, GGGI was accredited as an observer organization to the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The GCF was agreed by Parties at the 2010 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) conference held in Cancun, Mexico, and designated as an operating entity of the Convention’s financial mechanism. GGGI has an office in Songdo in the same building as the GCF. GGGI is currently in the process of becoming an accredited implementing agency to the GCF. The newly appointed Executive Director of the GCF, Mr. Howard Bamsey, is a former Director-General of GGGI.
Two weeks later, Villeneuve died after an accident during the final qualifying session for the Belgian Grand Prix at Zolder. Bamsey and Lang write that he was trying to beat Pironi's time, while Ferrari race engineer Mauro Forghieri says that the Canadian was returning to the pits and would not therefore have set a lap time. Villeneuve caught Jochen Mass travelling much more slowly through a left-handed bend and moved to the right to pass him at the same instant that Mass also moved right to let Villeneuve through on the racing line. The two collided and Villeneuve was thrown out of his disintegrating car. He died of a fractured neck in a local hospital at 9:12 that evening. Ferrari withdrew from the race, which John Watson won for McLaren. His team-mate Lauda was disqualified after the race for an underweight car. The results were dominated by the returning FOCA teams; even the only turbo-engined finisher, Piquet's Brabham-BMW, was from their number.