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Hume

1. (George) Basil. 1923--99, English Roman Catholic Benedictine monk and cardinal; archbishop of Westminster (1976--99)
2. David. 1711--76, Scottish empiricist philosopher, economist, and historian, whose sceptic philosophy restricted human knowledge to that which can be perceived by the senses. His works include A Treatise of Human Nature (1740), An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals (1751), Political Discourses (1752), and History of England (1754--62)
3. John. born 1937, Northern Ireland politician; leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) (1979--2001). Nobel peace prize jointly with David Trimble in 1998
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Hume, who usually looks rumpled and harried in wrinkled suits and dirty eyeglasses, is the more politically outgoing and well-spoken of the two.
At the time, Hume undoubtedly expected the British to be more forthcoming in pushing the Unionists (so called because they favor remaining part of the U.
We're in a joint venture with a view to bringing Cheminis into production relatively quickly," Hume said, adding that the target date is early this year.
Hume has notched three goals in Preston's impressive start to the season following relegation from the Championship last May.
6 Hume raises skeptical doubts about causal reasoning by showing that there are no grounds for accepting the uniformity principle.
He argues that Hume broke from republican and Whig views on freedom in his analysis of its entanglements with religious fanaticism, and the need to balance liberty with authority.
Having heard of the ISL from a freelance journalist, Hume gave a contact number to his agent thinking there would be no outcome.
There has been a chronic lack of investment in infrastructure, so people need to think outside the box, Hume chief executive Nitin Parekh toldWealth Manager.
The man then proceeded to take the youngster and Hume back to their address where he called the police for the child's safety.
Hume, who has recovered from a life-threatening head injury two seasons ago, said: "I am a Preston player and I am enjoying it.
Hume said the tag of Ireland's Greatest could have been given to all who had campaigned for peace.