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Grahame

Kenneth. 1859--1932, Scottish author, noted for the children's classic The Wind in the Willows (1908)
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All five bedrooms had their own en-suite bathrooms when the house was first built but Grahame has changed two of these - one into a storage area and the other into a dressing room.
By halfway Rob Wilson, Tony Burdett, Keith Miller and Phil Holmes had opened up a six-shot lead and Geoff Wyatt, Bryan Jones, Nigel Walker and Grahame Spiby a four-shot advantage.
MIAMI, March 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) announces its new European Head of Operations, Grahame White.
FIREMAN'S LIFT: Philip Olivier, left, Alison Crawford, firefighters Peter Agate and Nick McCormack, Sonia and Nikki Grahame Picture: JASON ROBERTS
The final curtain closes with the company singing the song Grahame wrote about ducks dabbling - why?
The festival ended in an explosive and emotional finale with a professional fireworks display which was accompanied by a song Paul Grahame recorded especially for Megaday just before he died.
How it reflects the life of Kenneth Grahame and also his relationship with his son.
Among the trappings of success is Grahame and Diana Whateley's beautifully proportioned Queen Anne gem of a house peering out across its garden to the lake beneath.
Grahame said: "It was a tragedy that the white-tailed eagles were completely wiped out.
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Summary: The late Grahame Maher, CEO of Vodafone Qatar will be greatly missed as a visionary leader who championed meaning as well as profits.