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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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Mr Goulding ignores the fact the board was in conflict with the HSE on Paul Kiely's salary and has questions to answer on his pay-off and improperly appointing his successor Mr Conlon.
I had some wonderful mentors when I was young, like Patti Goulding and Lenora Nemitz, who danced with Bob Fosse," says Shade, who remembers having many of the same questions dancers ask him these days.
Goulding continued, "It was months after our investment that we realized that things weren't adding up.
And Goulding has confirmed that he is being chased by senior Rugby Union clubs.
Goulding is a chronic litigant involved in numerous previous lawsuits, that he in the past has sued companies that he and associates have invested in and, in 2001, was sued in Florida by a company named Eagletech Communications for fraud, conspiracy, and inducing it to enter into a 'death spiral' scheme not unlike what he unsuccessfully tried to force Tropical to do.
In fact," Goulding said, "the specific reason for this additional cash infusion is to focus on creating new business opportunities and joint ventures, and to complete its new bottling facility.
Sodexho Marriott is proud to sell LunchStop to its founder, Wayne Goulding," said Mary Ann Boyle, senior vice president for Corporate Services in California.