Earle, John

Earle, John

(ûrl), 1601?–1665, English clergyman and author. The Microcosmographie (1628), a collection of witty characterizations, is his most famous work. In 1663 he became bishop of Salisbury.
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Gary Blissett, Robbie Earle, John Fashanu and Dean Holdsworth providing the goals for the home side on the day.
Terry Phelan, Warren Barton (Andy Clarke, 50 mins), John Scales, Scott Fitzgerald, Alan Cork, Robbie Earle, John Fashanu (Aiden Newhouse, 62 mins) Vaughan Ryan, Carlton Fairweather.
Previous to that, Botwin founded and operated Side One Management, home to such artists as Liz Phair, Luscious Jackson, Los Lobos, Steve Earle, John Hiatt and Roseanne Cash.
On the strength of this impressive album, his first since 1998's Horses And Hills, rich in the kind of evocative storytelling that appeals to fans of Steve Earle, John Hiatt and Bruce Springsteen, Dobb certainly deserves a wider audience.
There are some big names that have had the armband at this club in the past - people like Robbie Earle, John Hartson, Kenny Cunningham and most recently Nigel Reo-Coker, who is a superb player.
In order, the goals came from shirt numbers 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 - Carl Cort, Robbie Earle, John Hartson, Jason Euell and finally Marcus Gayle with the best of the lot, a stunning 25-yard drive into the top corner.
This monograph differs from recent works, like those of Peter Earle, John Smail and Theodore Koditschek, which took single urban communities as starting points.