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In 1992 Stephen
joined the business as CEO.
and Nigel Fasey acquired the business.
(6 December 1876–1946) was a unionist politician in Northern Ireland.
The several thousand acres of land remained in the possession of the family of Sir Norman's eldest daughter, Mrs Daphne Marian
of Glenganagh, Groomsport, Bangor, County Down, widow of Thomas John Anthony
, DL, of Glenganagh, High Sheriff of County Down (1958). Daphne
died on 15 January 2002 and the land was then inherited by her son, James Anthony John
, an Ulster Unionist Party candidate in the elections of 1993 and 1997, and his wife, Kate, who have three children, Charlotte, Esme and Edward.
studied at Sunningdale School and Rugby School before working as a pork manufacturer. In 1924, he served as High Sheriff of Down.
Mirah's ever-evolving live band has included friends and artists such as Bryce Kasson, Tara Jane O'Neil, Rachel Blumberg, Melanie Valera, Alex Guy, Andrew Maguire, Lisa Schonberg, Lori Goldston, Emily
, Christopher Doulgeris, and many others.
The newest addition to the program is the Louisiana Youth Orchestra Percussion Ensemble founded by Dr. Michael
in 2000. The LYOPE performs challenging repertoire for advanced high school percussionists. It is under the direction of Lisa Pegher.
TechUK, formerly known as Intellect, is the UK trade association for the technology industry. It has a Cyber Security Group focused on “high threat” areas - including defence, national security and resilience, the protection of critical national infrastructure, intelligence, and organised crime, chaired by Dr Andrew Rogoyski of Roke Manor Research. The Security and Resilience Group works to build strong relationships between the technology industry and policymakers, customers and end users, chaired by Stephen
In April 1308, in a document presented in parliament, certain barons used the doctrine of capacities to justify opposition against King Edward II. The specific case revolved around King Edward's favourite Piers Gaveston, whom the opposition wanted exiled. This Declaration of 1308 argued that it was the subjects' duty to protect the dignity of the Crown, even if that meant opposition to the
act that would normally signify treason. In 1321, however, the opposition against Edward II took the opposite position when they accused Hugh Despenser the Younger of his participation in the Declaration of 1308. By this accusation the doctrine was largely discredited, and rarely used again in the medieval period.
Clayton Eshleman was born on June 1, 1935 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is the son of Ira Clayton Eshleman (1895-1971) and Gladys Maine (Spenser) Eshleman (1898-1970). The poet’s father was employed as a time-and-motion study efficiency engineer at
and Company, a slaughterhouse and meat-packer. The family lived in the 1800 block of North Delaware Street. As a child the poet was forbidden from playing with children whose parents drink alcohol, with children of different races or religions, or whose mothers wear pants outside of the home.
In Keningau during World War II, Korom was a rebel and some said he was a Sergeant with the North Borneo Armed Constabulary. It was claimed that he spied for the Allied Forces by pretending to be working for the Japanese. He provided intelligence on Japanese positions and some credited him with the escape of 500 Allied POWs. Fighting alongside Korom in his platoon was Garukon, Lumanib,
, Mikat, Pensyl, Gampak, Abdullah Hashim, Ariff Salleh, Langkab, Polos, Nuing, Ambutit, Lakai, Badau and many more including the Chinese.
Campbell formed a law partnership with Samuel L
in 1917. Attorney's such as Archie R. Conner, George R. Darnell, and Frederick G. Nave would later join the firm. At the firm, Campbell was known for representing the Arizona National Bank as well as a number of mining companies. In March 1919, Campbell was appointed to the Arizona Board of Regents. He remained a regent until his retirement in January 1927. Campbell died in Loma Linda, California on June 10, 1928. He was buried in Tucson's Evergreen Cemetery.
, whose derby name is Sarah Doom and number is 4.0, a Brown University alumna, established Providence Roller Derby in 2004. She originally trained with Tucson Roller Derby while on an internship in Tucson, AZ. After moving back to New England, she started the league in Providence, Rhode Island. New skaters were recruited and trained for over a year before creating teams and public bouting. The first two teams were the Providence Mob Squad and the Sakonnet River Roller Rats. PRD's first bout was in May 2005. The derby girls on the Providence team range in age from 18 to 43.
During the war years, Indianapolis's population increased from 18,611 in 1860 to 45,000 at the end of 1864, as the arrival of new businesses and industries offered additional employment opportunities. In 1861 Gilbert Van Camp founded Van Camp Packing Company, a canning business, in Indianapolis, and
Brothers, a local meatpacking company, opened its first packing facility in the city in 1863. Indianapolis's first mule-drawn streetcar line began operating from the Union railway depot in 1864. Although the city experienced a real-estate boom and urban development, street crime was prevalent, causing the city government to increase its police force and local merchants to hire private security. In 1865 the Indiana General Assembly established the Criminal Circuit Court of Marion County in Indianapolis.
Boston Roller Derby was founded by Sarah Doom and Ivana Clobber in 2005 after Doom helped found Providence Roller Derby. The league was formally established as an LLC in the state of Massachusetts by the founding executive board members Andrea Lenco, Sarah
, Alison McAlear, Carroll Cunningham, Eva McClosky, Lindsay Crudele & Rebecca Allen the same year. The league began with a travel team called The Boston Massacre (Boston's all-star travel team) and was followed by the addition of three home teams: The Cosmonaughties, Nutcrackers, and Wicked Pissahs. The Boston Massacre had its first game in December 2005, against the Sin City Rollergirls. The home teams began competing the following year (March 2006). In 2008 Boston added the Boston "B Party", to allow home team skaters to play against neighboring leagues without having to be at the all-star level; in 2012, the B Party became the Massacre's official farm team.
On his letters was based a volume of "Sylvanus Redivivus (the Rev. John Mitford). With a short Memoir of Edward Jesse. By M. Houstoun", 1889, reissued in 1891 as "Letters and Reminiscences of the Rev. John Mitford. With a Sketch of Edward Jesse. By C. M." He wrote many letters to Bernard Barton, and Charles Lamb frequently refers to him in his correspondence with Barton. Many of his letters afterwards passed to Edward FitzGerald, who collected and bound together Mitford's papers in the "Gentleman's Magazine"; the volume became the property of William Aldis Wright. A letter from him on his notice of the early works of Mary Russell Mitford in the "Quarterly Review", which was cropped by William Gifford, is in "Friendships of Miss Mitford", and a communication on an ancient garden at Chelsea is in Alfred Guy
L'Estrange's "Village of Palaces".
Construction of Indianapolis's belt railroad and stockyards in the late 1870s, the Indiana gas boom in the late 1880s, and increasing railroad traffic during the late nineteenth century helped transform Indianapolis into a Midwestern industrial center. Several major railroads such as the Pennsylvania, Monon, "Big Four," and the Lake Erie and Western lines passed through Indianapolis. The late nineteenth century was also a time of significant industrial growth. Between 1880 and 1900 the number of industrial manufacturers in the city increased from 688 to 1,190 and the value of manufactured goods grew from $28 million to $69 million. Major industries, such as food processing, began to emerge.
and Company, among the largest packing plants in the country, established operations in Indianapolis in 1864 and rebuilt in 1866 following a spectacular fire. Gilbert Van Camp's canning company had already begun to can vegetables, but expanded its Indianapolis operations to include pork and beans (Boston baked beans). National Starch Manufacturing Company (1890) was also a major employer in the city. In addition, Indianapolis became a banking and insurance center. Despite the industrial development and economic growth, many of the city's laborers experienced poor working conditions, low wages, and long working hours, which contributed to the rise of organized labor unions in Indianapolis. The city experienced the threat of labor strikes, with a major railroad strike in 1877 among the most significant.
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