Synonyms for hindson or Related words with hindson
Examples of "hindson"
After retiring from the VFL,
played for South Bendigo.
is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
(born 13 September 1973) is an English cricketer.
is a right-handed batsman who bowls slow left-arm orthodox. He was born at Huddersfield, Yorkshire.
AM (born 12 September 1968) is an Australian composer.
on December 21, 1944) is an American Christian evangelist and current host of "The King Is Coming", a syndicated television broadcast shown across the United States.
has written more than twenty books that deal with Bible prophecy and the imminent return of Jesus. He is a professor of Old Testament studies and eschatology at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, and a frequent speaker on prophecy.
has been head coach of the Division II UNC Pembroke Braves.
Contemporary compositions he has premiered include works by Peter Sculthorpe, Brett Dean, Elena Kats-Chernin, Matthew
, and Brenton Broadstock.
Goldsworthy's poetry has been set to music by leading Australian composers including Graeme Koehne, Richard Mills, and Matthew
, dean of the Liberty University School of Divinity, received a bachelor's degree from Detroit Bible College.
was assistant coach of the Winthrop Eagles from 2000 until 2003. During this time, the Eagles won the 2002 Big South Conference championship and participated in the 2002 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship, the first tournament appearance for the school. In 2004, he moved to the Clemson Tigers. The Tigers reached the Final Four of the 2005 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship during his stint as assistant coach. For the 2009 season,
was promoted to interim head coach when Trevor Adair stepped down. As head coach,
led Clemson to a 6–12–1 record and a 9th-place finish in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
was named Dean of Liberty University's School of Religion on November 20, 2013.http://www.liberty.edu/index.cfm?pid=18495&MID=106932
is a Scottish soccer coach and former player. He is currently the head coach of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke Braves.
James Bell "Jimmy"
(15 July 1908 – 1950) was an English professional football full back who made over 100 appearances in the Football League for Fulham.
Clarence Melville "Clarrie"
(7 October 1907 – 13 February 2002) was an Australian rules footballer who played with St Kilda in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
He married his first wife, Margaret
, in 1972: their seven-year marriage ended in 1979 amidst personal and professional differences. They had one daughter, Cassandra Cronenberg.
In 1979, he commissioned and premiered "Requiem" for solo cello by Peter Sculthorpe. He has also given premieres of works by Anne Boyd, Matthew
and Gerald Glynn.
In 2011 he and his wife Ami premiered the Concerto for Two Pianos by the Australian composer Matthew
, which was commissioned to celebrate their recent wedding.
As well as working as a composer,
lectures in the Arts Music Unit and is Associate Professor and Chair of Composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He has recently co-authored a book entitled "Music Composition Toolbox", published by Science Press.
is the artistic director of the Aurora Festival, a new festival of contemporary music based in Western Sydney which premiered in April 2006.
was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in 2006, for "service to the arts as a leading Australian composer and teacher of music, and through the wide promotion of musical works to new audiences".
was captain of St Kilda for part of the 1933 VFL season, after playing coach broke his shoulder. He didn't captain them the following year but was in charge of St Kilda for the entire 1935 season.
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