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Examples of "millns"
Millns competed at the Miss Universe 2014 pageant but unplaced.
Millns was formerly a hairdresser and currently she is working as model.
Pick is the brother-in-law of David Millns, and the two played in the same Nottinghamshire team on a number of occasions.
David James Millns (born 27 February 1965 in Clipstone, Nottinghamshire) was an English cricketer who played for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, Leicestershire County Cricket Club, the Tasmania and Boland. Millns was a fast strike bowler, and a talented lower order batsman who was part of two championship winning sides with Leicestershire. His career spanned from 1988 until 2000. He is now an umpire and stood in matches in the 2014–16 ICC Women's Championship.
Rachel Millns (born 21 August 1990) is a New Zealand model, hairdresser and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Universe New Zealand 2014 and represented her country at the Miss Universe 2014 pageant.
Anthony Millns was an independent candidate who used his occupation "University Information Officer" on the ballot paper. His campaign was focused on keeping the brewery company Theakstons within British ownership.
Following her retirement from competitive skating, she became a coach. She coached at the Broadmoor Skating Club and among her students were Colleen O'Connor & Jim Millns, whom she coached to an Olympic medal.
James G. Millns Jr. (born January 13, 1949) is an American former competitive ice dancer. With partner Colleen O'Connor, he was the 1974–1976 U.S. national champion, the 1975 World silver medalist, the 1976 World bronze medalist, and the 1976 Olympic bronze medalist.
Millns was crowned as Miss New Zealand 2014 or now called as Miss Universe New Zealand 2014 represented Kapiti Coast at the conclusion of the national pageant finals held at Sky City Theatre, Auckland, on 18 September 2014. She succeeds Miss Universe New Zealand 2013 - Holly Cassidy. The first runner-was Monique Cooley and the second runner-up was Becky Hingston.
Colleen M. O'Connor (born December 17, 1951 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American former ice dancer. With partner James Millns, she is the 1974-1976 U.S. national champion, the 1975 World silver medalist, the 1976 World bronze medalist, and the 1976 Olympic bronze medalist.
Taylor made his debut for Norfolk in the 1991 Minor Counties Championship against Lincolnshire. Taylor played 3 further Minor Counties Championship matches in 1991. The following season he made his only List A appearance against Leicestershire in the NatWest Trophy. In this match, he was dismissed for a duck by David Millns. He made no further appearances for Norfolk following this match.
McClung was crowned Miss New Zealand 2015 (also called Miss Universe New Zealand 2015) and represented Christchurch at the conclusion of the national pageant finals held on 24 October 2015. She succeeds Miss Universe New Zealand 2014 – Rachel Maree Millns. At the final stage she was posed to Mary Jean Lastimosa, Miss Universe Philippines 2014. Lastimosa was hired by Miss New Zealand Organization as of Miss Universe New Zealand Trainers in that year. McClung competed at the Miss Universe 2015.
In 2004, at the time of her fourth concert in Ljubljana's Cankarjev dom hall, she invited Ian Anderson (singer of the group Jethro Tull), which greatly contributed to her decision to start playing flute. At Anderson's reverse invitation she participated as a guest during the band's tour in Croatia, Italy, Austria and Germany. Later she sang also with Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin and other musicians, like Carlos Núñez Muñoz, Dan Lavery, Massimo Bubola, Bungaro and Paul Millns. Her musical influences are U2, KT Tunstall, Imogen Heap, Pink Floyd, Coldplay and Jethro Tull.
Farrow made his debut for Norfolk in the 1991 Minor Counties Championship against Bedfordshire. Farrow played Minor counties cricket for Norfolk from 1991 to 1993, which included 21 Minor Counties Championship matches and 4 MCCA Knockout Trophy matches. He made his List A debut against Leicestershire in the 1992 NatWest Trophy. In this match, he scored 5 runs before being dismissed by David Millns. He made a further List A appearance against Warwickshire in the 1993 NatWest Trophy. In this match, he scored 16 runs before being dismissed by Neil Smith.
She trained as an ice dancer under James Millns and was in preparations for the Olympic trials when she required bunion surgery. Unable to skate due to the recovery period, she started dancing nude in order to support herself financially. She became an exotic dancer and won Déjà Vu Showgirl of the Year during her first year of dancing in 2004. Lane was invited to attend the AVN Awards ceremony in 2005 by Serenity, where at an after-show party hosted by Sean Michaels she encountered an agent from "Playboy". She started to act in adult movies in the same year.
His three first-class matches bought him little success with the ball, with Powell taking just a single first-class wicket (that of Leicestershire's David Millns). Having made his debut for Essex in the List A format of the game, he went on to make five further appearances in that format, all of which came in the 1997 AXA Life League. He had a little more success with the ball in this format, claiming 4 wickets in his 6 matches at an average of 31.25, with best figures of 2/10.
After the 1976 competitive season, Cranston began a long career in professional figure skating. Following up on his earlier-stated goal of developing "theatre on ice", Cranston performed and starred in the Broadway show, "The Ice Show", conceived and directed by Myrl A. Schreibman, produced and presented by Dennis Bass and performed at Broadways THE PALACE THEATER. The show ran for six weeks and was extended for another four weeks. It also featured[ [Gordon McKellen]], Colleen O'Connor and James Millns, and several other former elite champion skaters including (during its run) Ken Shelly and Jo Jo Starbuck. It then was a special on ABC WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS performed in the arena in Montreal Canada. He later toured in Europe with Holiday on Ice, and in 1983 appeared in a short-lived production at Radio City Music Hall in New York City with Peggy Fleming and Robin Cousins.