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Gould

1. Benjamin Apthorp. 1824--96, US astronomer: the first to use the telegraph to determine longitudes; founded the Astronomical Journal (1849)
2. Glenn. 1932--82, Canadian pianist
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Gould also was sentenced to five days in jail, but will not serve any additional time behind bars because she spent about four days in a Lane County Jail cell after her arrest on Dec.
Gould said he conducted a number of face-to-face meetings with Welsh squad members in Portugal, saying that he discussed both playing and non-playing matters with them.
Regarding the Taft-Roosevelt break, Gould effectively tracks the pair's evolving views of each other and does the historical record much credit by avoiding personalities and focusing instead on the politics and outcomes.
The 29-year-old from Pinner in north-west London will return for today's final session with a glimmer of hope, but Trump should not crumble as Gould did last year.
You learn a lot when you go through a downturn," said Gould, who adds that many of his tenants are now poised for growth as the retail market in]proves.
Born and bred in the city, Gould was top-scorer in the historic 1966/67 promotion season and had a playing career which took him to Arsenal, Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Bromwich Albion and West Ham.
Kingwell is, in short, a philosopher of culture, and having written extensively on art, architecture, the nature of cities, and citizenship, he has now taken on music and most specifically the most famous of all our great artists, Glenn Gould.
Among the over 200 black-and-white photos that make up this Life in Pictures are many previously unpublished images of Gould, ranging from family snapshots to candid and formal publicity photos by Don Hunstein, whose portraits graced the covers of the ninety-plus Gould LPs issued by Columbia Masterworks (now Sony Classical), by Harold Whyte and Herb Nott for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), and by other Canadian photographers, including Robert Ragsdale, Paul Rockett, Henri Rossier, Dan Weiner, and Gaby, who were engaged at various times by Gould's own management or by a succession of concert societies, festivals, newspapers, and symphony orchestras.
Ann-Maree Colborne, CEO of Gould said the organization for nearly one hundred years has carried out environmental education in thousands of Australian schools proudly under the Gould name felt it was important to recognize the work of John Gould who died in 1881 and its importance to today's environmental challenges.
Now, with Gould freshly installed as studio head of production, Fox has a project ripe for a green light: a prison picture with an A-list director attached.
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The trip begins with a visit to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the Glenn Gould Studio and Museum.