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Askey

Arthur. 1900--82, British comedian
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Askey stopped nine of 11 shots, but he was burned by Yzerman with 1:18 left in the game when he got caught out of the net.
Veteran striker John Askey, 12 years with fantasy club Macclesfield Town, grabbed the goals that shattered mighty Stoke in their 3-1 defeat.
The company has shipped more than 100 million integrated circuits to customers and partners including Arris Interactive, Askey, Broadcom, Cybertan, Foxconn, Furuno, Garmin, Gemtek, Mitsumi, Samsung, Tecom, Tyco, and USI.
Just how Arthur Askey was shown in preference to Robb beats me.
B Armitage with 61 was Green Moor Under 15s' hero before S Askey claimed four for 26 as opponents Almondbury Wesleyans were dismissed for 157 in the Armitage Cup final.
Because everyone was at home listening to radio's first superstars - Arthur Askey and Richard "Stinker" Murdoch, that's why.
His first touch took him well away from Askey on the right-hand edge of the penalty area allowing him time to beat Wooley with a low right-foot shot from nine yards.
The Dyfed-Powys force said a body washed up on Pendine, Carmarthenshire, on Tuesday evening was that of John Askey, from near Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire.
Askey (1900-82), who was born in Moses Street, the son of a book-keeper, became Britain's most famous comedian, still remembered for his catch-phrases - ``hello playmates'', ``I thank you'' and ``before your very eyes''.
Robert Askey, director of Training Readiness and Mobilization.
MACCLESFIELD boss John Askey feels sick at the thought of slipping back into the Conference.
MACCLESFIELD manager John Askey was left cursing his luck as a controversial Darren Way goal robbed his side of victory at Huish Park.