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Gardiner

1. Sir John Eliot. born 1943, British conductor, noted for performances using period instruments; founded the Monteverdi Choir in 1965 and the Orchestre R?volutionnaire et Romantique in 1990
2. Stephen. ?1483--1555, English bishop and statesman; lord chancellor (1553--55). He opposed Protestantism, supporting the anti-Reformation policies of Mary I
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Front row: Mr Cook (caretaker and tenor horn player), Albert Gardiner, Mr Gardiner (Sunday school supervisor), Mr Harrison (who had a transport business), Sister Jean, unknown, Mr Editts (Boys Brigade leader).
The two Wirral students were on a train with a large group of friends going to a party in Liverpool city centre from West Kirby on October 20, 2007, when Gardiner boarded at Leasowe station.
Known to his friends as "Daz", Cpl Gardiner was a keen skydiver and many in the congregation wore parachuting suits in acknowledgement of his passion for the sport.
Born in 1855 the son of a military officer in California, Gardiner began his life in rude, frontier circumstances, but he enjoyed the benefits of an excellent education--Roxbury Latin School and Harvard--and community standing when the family returned to Maine in 1859.
The cells sercreted the toxin fragment which drew the attention of the animal's immune system, Gardiner explains.
And while The Villagers have made a bright start with successive wins over Ballymena United and Glenavon, Gardiner said: "It's vital we maintain the standard.
In return for his support, Wriothesley expected a halt to religious reform and the rehabilitation of his conservative allies, Gardiner and Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk.
It is true that there are women who speak up on behalf of the work, Gardiner said, but usually "there weren't better options.
Soon, Marshall's estranged son Joe Gardiner found out that J'Noel was once jay Noel, and he challenged her right to share the $2.
J'Noel Gardiner may have a Wisconsin birth certificate that says she's a woman, but she's still a man in Kansas.