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Haig

Douglas, 1st Earl Haig. 1861--1928, British field marshal; commander in chief of the British forces in France and Flanders (1915--18)
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Peter Fairbrother, Global Marketing Director Diageo GTME: "The striking HAIG CLUB Limited Edition (in a 1 litre bottle) has been developed exclusively for travellers and released just in time for the holiday season.
HAIG CLUB(TM) Miami continues the celebration of the Haig "clubman" heritage - where raising a toast with a glass of Haig in private clubs was the cornerstone of every stylish social occasion.
Haig Club was crafted at Scotland's oldest grain whisky distillery -- Cameronbridge in Fife.
Working closely with Diageo, we look forward to collaborating on Haig Club, valuing and treasuring the Haig traditions while reinventing this whisky.
Mr Haig was initially appointed interim head at Eston Park in September 2011 and became principal in January 2012 when the school converted to academy status.
Mr Haig said Foord seemed "articulate and professional" when he recruited the Cardiff man to work at his company, Seraph Estates, back in 2009.
VICTORY: Keith Flood in character as Winston Churchill at Haig Avenue Stadium in Southport
The upcoming government ought to enjoy self-control, prevent violence, and realize a bright future for Lebanon," Haig exclaimed.
As commander of I Corps, Haig was an uncooperative colleague.
Almost one hundred years after the Great War, Douglas Haig remains the most controversial figure in British military history.
But, on this side of the Atlantic, Alexander Haig, who has died, aged 85, may be best remembered for his concerted - but ultimately vain - attempts to prevent full-scale war in the Falklands, following the Argentine invasion.