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Carey

1. George (Leonard). born 1935, Archbishop of Canterbury (1991--2002)
2. Peter. born 1943, Australian novelist and writer; his novels include Illywhacker (1985), Oscar and Lucinda (1988), and The True History of the Kelly Gang (2001)
3. William. 1761--1834, British orientalist and pioneer Baptist missionary in India
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Earlier this month, Carey announced the initial cancellation of her November performances.
Mariah Carey will always be my family and the Queen so anyone looking to divide that or spew hate, check that shit at the door.
Carey told the LaCrosse Tribune that she raised several issues at the meeting, including health care costs and skilled labor education.
Carey was educated at Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and held honorary doctorates from Arizona State University, City University of New York and the University of the South.
The trustees of the W P Carey Foundation stated on Monday that it is the primary beneficiary of the shares of common stock in W P Carey & Co LLC (NYSE:WPC) that was held by Wm.
Carey quickly took to Harold Innis' contextual view of communication; in one of Carey's breakthrough essays, he argued that communication serves more as a ritual than as a transporter of ideas, something that he loosely adapted from Innis' distinction between a bias of communication toward place and one toward time.
Carey has managed 23 seasons in the minors, 13 of them for the Rockies, and was the Rockies' bullpen coach in 1997.
But Lord Carey has astonishingly been banned from the lecture, and will instead speak in Llandudno.
In making his case for the arts, Carey spends most of his book tearing down what he considers specious justifications for them.
Carey describes herself using places--"Watertown (as in Wisconsin), Valparaiso (as in University), Chicago, Boone (as in North Carolina), Chicago, Watertown, Ann Arbor.
Carey pounded the last metal tent stake into the ground.