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Hemingway

Ernest. 1899--1961, US novelist and short-story writer. His novels include The Sun Also Rises (1926), A Farewell to Arms (1929), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940), and The Old Man and the Sea (1952): Nobel prize for literature 1954
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Second round - Bailey 21 Ormsby 9, Ellis 21 Cranston 10, Hemmingway 8 Teale 21, Armitage 21 Deighton 15.
Having emerged in the late 80s out of the ashes of the right-on Housemartins (minus ``Fatboy'' Norman Cook) it was the brainchild of the group's Birkenhead-born singer Paul Heaton and drummer Dave Hemmingway.
They took the view, quite rightly as it turns out, that closure was inevitable and sought to act quickly to obtain alternative accommodation and protect their position," Mr Hemmingway added.
The third and best goal of the game arrived on the hour mark when Robshaw and Eddie Hemmingway combined to set up Hughes, who drilled home a firm shot.
The judges include designer Wayne Hemmingway, artist Jane Wilson and incredibly posh celebrity critic Brian Sewell, the chap who makes the Queen sound common.
With an increasing number of well- known names including Paul Smith,Giorgio Armani and Wayne Hemmingway shedding their image as designers solely of clothing and moving into interior design, a whole new range of items for the home is becoming available.
Grant will be in the illustrious company of two Sydney medal contenders at the NIA this weekend - the reigning Olympic champion Charles Austin and the world No 1 Matt Hemmingway, no less.
Good stops by keeper Anne Hemmingway failed to prevent Jaguar winning.
Police match commander Supt Martin Hemmingway today urged people to set off early.
Her work will also be included in an auction with paintings by Davina McCall, Wayne Hemmingway, Anthea Turner, Martine McCutcheon and Carol Smilie.
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It also means we meet Banks''s parents for the first time, played by Keith Barron and Polly Hemmingway.