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Curnow

(Thomas) Allen (Monro). 1911--2001, New Zealand poet and anthologist
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Curnow, of St David's Avenue, Llantwit Major, was given a 12-month supervision order and told to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work.
Mae gan awdur y gyfrol Curnow Vosper: His Life and Works, Jolyon Goodman gysylltiad diddorol gyda theulu Vosper.
And yet, in this role as cultural entrepreneur, Brasch's importance in the shaping of nationalist literature exceeds that of anyone but Curnow and Sargeson.
When Curnow failed to finish the run, a search was mounted by the military and Edmonton police.
Mr Curnow, 59, who lived in residential accommodation just yards away from the crossing in front of the Tesco store in Station Road, Annfield Plain, County Durham, was struck by a car driven by Gary Swainston, 45, of Queensway, Consett, at around 5.
But it should be said that, as far as the border crossings of language go, Curnow could mix the hieratic and the demotic as well as anyone.
It's the first time the car has run on sand," Mr Curnow said.
Mr Curnow, 54, had been making his way across Station Road in Annfield Plain near Stanley when he was knocked down, suffering serious head injuries and two broken legs.
I'm very proud of the recognition that the Sheraton Steamboat Resort is receiving," states John Curnow, General Manager.
Curnow told Ecumenical News International that he had been informed that the decision was entirely due to the presence of female ordinands.
Paul Anselmo, Steve You, Sean Curnow and Jonathan Quan will be taking part in the UAE Desert Challenge 2008 with money raisedAa going to Dubai Centre for Special Needs.
Nick Curnow, managing director and head of paintings at Lyon and Turnbull, said: "From correspondence we know that the princesses remembered their visits to the studio.