With satellite imagery providing his 'tide timetable' Bob has sailed on Lake Eyre
seven times since founding the club in 1997, and several more times on the surrounding waterways in the lake's enormous catchment area (which covers one sixth of Australia, or an area the size of France, Germany and Italy combined).
Becoming Jane Eyre
begins and ends with 'the scratching of a pencil,' an appreciable detail in a novel that refuses to be distracted from the simple but sophisticated act of literary creation.
It was suggested that Bickmore had become his contact to get drugs into the prison but some inmates said Eyre
promoted himself and said he could smuggle mobile phones and other things into the jail," he said.
Mr Darren Whitehead, prosecuting, told Judge Warner: "The prosecution has an audio transcript between Eyre
and another man arranging for the drugs to be taken into prison.
added: "We bought Mushajer in September, out of Marcus Tregoning's yard.
Lively Curtis had a shot tipped round the post by Eyre
, who was helpless to prevent Carlton from putting Morecambe further ahead.
has honed his art in his studio, observing the rhythms of the day and of the season, perfecting an image and a feeling, an exemplar of what it might mean to be a prairie artist during the last half of the twentieth century--and into the twenty-first.
carried her burden of proof in negating two elements of the plaintiffs claim: breach of the applicable standard of care and proximate cause.
I was introduced by Baba Shorayi, a Zimbabwean mbira musician who had been enthusing to me for weeks over his collaborations with Barlow and Eyre
At a New York soiree in honor of the film, The Advocate caught up with director-cowriter Richard Eyre
, costar Jim Broadbent, and Dame Judi herself to ask.
The controversy split British intelligentsia, with Carlyle, Ruskin, and Dickens defending Eyre
in starkly racist and anti-market terms, while Mill, T.
In Thomas Dekker's Shoemaker's Holiday, the English king feasts merrily with the shoemaker Simon Eyre
and his apprentices.