ROAD TRIP Jacqui Furneaux
on the Karakoram Highway in Pakistan.
This is the definitive account of Diana's life as she saw it," says producer Charles Furneaux
, "and it would be very hard for anyone to supersede it.
Director of the Ferrier Institute, Professor Richard Furneaux
, said the technology is almost there, adding: "We just need to get it to the next level of testing - human clinical trials.
, 31, was "bizarrely" transfixed on reaching Scarborough seafront after driving from Middlesbrough.
The firm will be acquiring Ariad from majority owner Hugh Furneaux
to create the partnership.
Training drivers in fight intervention is critical yet complex, says Kathy Furneaux
, executive director of the nonprofit Pupil Transportation Safety Institute.
Captained by Peter Greenwood-Jones, the team members will be Christopher Furneaux
, Steven Gargaro, Alvin Gayle, Andrew Heap, Charalambos Maratheftis, Steven Mitchell, Robert Reynolds, Demetris Spyridakis, with reserve Lou Cunningham.
lived naked with alligators, poisonous cottonmouth snakes and poison ivies along with co-contestant Billy Berger.
By arguing how Dickens and other major Victorian novelists all make use of narratives "that celebrate surrogate parenting, particularly foster fathering, to question the assumed moral superiority of the biological family unit and denaturalize the received family pattern of physically related kin" (25), Furneaux
shows how families of choice inform Dickens's fiction in ways that challenge twentieth-century reductions of the complexity of Victorian practices.
Ruth Evans, Lecturer in Human Geography, Dr Sarah Cardey, Lecturer in International Development, Colin Campbell, International Study and Language Centre & Clare Furneaux
from the Department of Applied Linguistics.
National Stud: Jessica Furneaux
(Juddmonte), Jessica Smart (Normandie).
He also assisted both of us greatly in fieldwork and excavations for our doctoral degrees in central Tasmania and the Furneaux