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Forsyth

1. Bill. born 1947, Scottish writer and director. His films include Gregory's Girl (1981), Local Hero (1983), and Gregory's Two Girls (1999)
2. Frederick born 1938, British thriller writer. His books include The Day of the Jackal (1970), The Odessa File (1972), and The Fourth Protocol (1984)
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Mr Cox and Mr Forsyth had previously worked together at 10 Downing Street under Gordon Brown.
Forsyth originally made his way through the hockey ranks with Kelburne.
Forsyth, of Glamis Road in Tuebrook, was locked up for 16 weeks yesterday at Liverpool Magistrates' Court after admitting stalking and possession of cannabis.
Forsyth, 23, of no fixed address, was jailed after pleading guilty at Warwick Crown Court to two charges of raping the 19-year-old victim.
Forsyth County is soliciting bids for the following for the Forsyth County Central Library Project.
Philip Standfast, prosecuting, told the trial the offences happened on two days in 2014 after Forsyth had met the teenager, who was 15.
Forsyth, 77, who has published more than 20 novels, was approached by MI6 while covering the Biafran War of 1967-70 as a journalist.
Forsyth, 76, whose Day of the Jackal assassin was played on the big screen by Edward Fox, spent time in Communist East Germany as a journalist for Reuters and the BBC at the height of the Cold War.
Forsyth - whose Day of the Jackal novel was immortalised on screen by veteran actor Edward Fox - spent time at the height of the Cold War in Communist East Germany as a journalist for Reuters and the BBC.
And Forsyth said, "The players are looking forward to the competition as it allows them to test themselves against teams ranked in the world's top 10.
Partner Andrew Forsyth explained Simpson Forsyth's strategy: "Our strength is the service we can offer our clients.