Synonyms for sookram or Related words with sookram
Examples of "sookram"
Dabydeen was born in Berbice, Guyana, his birth registered at New Amsterdam Registrar of Births as David Horace Clarence Harilal
. His parents divorced while he was young and he grew up with his mother, Veronica Dabydeen, and his maternal grandparents. At the age of 10 he won a scholarship to Queen's College in Georgetown. When he was 13 years old, he moved to London, England, to rejoin his father, attorney David Harilal
, who had migrated to Britain.
The company's facility in Sudbury was acquired in 2010 by
Bus Lines, a local tour and charter bus operator, but owner Druve
put the building back up for sale in 2013 after determining that his plans for the building were not financially feasible. In June 2014, real estate developer Greg Oldenburg acquired the Sudbury facility, announcing plans to convert the building into a loft condominium development. In November 2016, Oldenburg received rezoning approval from the city's planning department to proceed with his conversion plans.
At the 2006–07 Caribbean Nations Cup, Guyana finished top of Group A in Stage One, then top of Group H in Stage Two (which they hosted), and finished 3rd in the Bobby
Group, missing out on a semi-final berth on goal difference alone. Had Guyana reached the semi-finals, they would have qualified for the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Country 600CKAT is the radio broadcaster for the team. Matthew
is the Play by Play man and Bob Coles does Color Commentary duties, while they provide scores and updates from around the league.Tristan Fitzpatrick hosts the road game shows alongside the excellent and knowledgeable Tommy Wong aka Tommy 705 and Liam Berti
Originally named the Jones Cup, the matches were first played in 1954/55 but the final didn't get first-class status until 1971/72. In 1973/74 they played for the Guyana President's Trophy instead of the Jones Cup and in 1984/85 they competed for the Guystac Trophy for the first time. The competition remained the Guystac Trophy until the final fixture in 1989/90 when the two sides competed for the Kenneth
Memorial Trophy. The tournament has continued since 1989/90 under a number of names but the final no longer has first-class status.
The football playing field was to be the breeding ground of a number of national footballers and Warren Archibald, Leroy De Leon, Jan Steadman, Steve David, Dick Furlonge, Wilfred Cave, and Bobby
. St. Benedict's had successful football teams between 1964 and 1968. St. Benedict's College first won the national inter college football final in 1963. In the late 1960s there were as many as 9 players form the St. Benedict's College Football Team in the National Football Squad. St. Benedict's College in this early period offered a wide range of extracurricular activities. There was a college orchestra, a college choir, a cadet unit and a lot of other activities.
Kleinschmidt easily won re-election to a second, two-year term in 2011 with 5,442 votes (77.54 percent). Kevin Wolff placed second in the 2011 mayoral race with 1,243 votes (17.71 percent), and Tim
came in third with 292 votes (4.16 percent). Kleinschmidt won a third-term unopposed on November 4, 2013, with 89.7 percent of the vote. Approximately 500 voters wrote in write-in candidates, stemming from controversies over development in Chapel Hill's Central West area. Kleinschmidt promised to continue revitalization efforts in the city's Ephesus Church – Fordham Boulevard district during his third term.
Born in Bartica, Bhansingh captained Guyana's under-19 side at two West Indies Youth Championships, in 1985 (when Guyana won the title) and in 1986. His under-19 teammates included Carl Hooper, a future captain of both Guyana and the West Indies, and Sudesh Dhaniram, a future United States international. Playing for Berbice despite being born in Essequibo, Bhansingh made his first-class debut for them in the final of the 1985–86 Guystac Trophy, less than a month before his 19th birthday. A left-handed top-order batsman and occasional left-arm orthodox spinner, he scored 3 and 10 against Demerara, and failed to take a wicket from his three overs. Bhansingh's second and final first-class game for Berbice came in the 1989–90 final of the same tournament (renamed the
Memorial Trophy). He again had very little impact on the game, which was the last final to have first-class status.
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