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Humphries

(John) Barry. born 1934, Australian comic actor and writer, best known for creating the character Dame Edna Everage
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A tracking device on the vehicle driven by Humphries helped police trace its movements the following day.
Deputy headteacher Kate Barrs said: "We're really pleased to have a new defibrillator at school and very grateful to the Joe Humphries Memorial Trust for their assistance with this project.
It didn't take long until Humphries returned to his home in Jackson, where he served for an additional 27 years before his retirement in 2006.
Mr Humphries - who was Chief Minister of the ACT from 2000 to 2001, represented Canberra in the Australian Senate as a Liberal Senator from 2003 to 2013, and is now Deputy President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal made the comments in a video released by the RSPCA today.
Humphries raided a string of homes or garages, often using tools he found at the scene to break in.
I don't read too much into it," Humphries said during an interview at Starkey Hearing Foundation's 2017 So The World May Hear Awards Gala in Saint Paul Minnesota.
Effective 2 January 2017, Humphries will join the company's executive committee, reporting directly to its chairman and chief executive officer, Joseph C.
On January 23, 1954, Well chalked up their biggest ever victory when they thumped Dundee United 12-1 in a league game at Fir Park - and inside-forward Humphries helped himself to six of the goals.
As well as the self-mutilation comment, Humphries - who has spent 60 years dressing as Dame Edna Everage - said Caitlyn Jenner was a "publicity-seeking ratbag".
Detective Constable Kerry Holdgate said: "Understandably the victim has been left terrified by what has happened to her and she believes Humphries poses a serious risk to her.
Humphries ordered him to get out of the vehicle and when he did he punched him once to the left side of his face.
8 million Lynrocten Federal Credit Union in April 2013, the cooperative's long-time teller, Teresa Humphries, suffered a heart attack.