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Leacock

Stephen Butler. 1869--1944, Canadian humorist and economist: his comic works include Literary Lapses (1910) and Frenzied Fiction (1917)
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NOTTS COUNTY (4-4-2): Bialkowski; Liddle, Leacock, Pearce, Sheehan; Campbell-Ryce, Labadie (62 mins, Bishop), Hughes, Judge; Arquin, Waite (half-time Boucard).
Who was Stephen Leacock before the publication of Sunshine Sketches and what was it about this alluring book that held the attention of Canadians for many a decade?
Stephen Leacock is our gentleman, and Mordecai Richler is our ungentleman.
Bill is survived by his four children: William Leacock (Michelle) of Fort Pierce, FL, James Leacock (Laura) of South Lyons, MI, Kathryn Leacock (Jean) of Lansing, MI, Mary Leacock of Kokomo, IN; his sister, Dorothy Rand; grandchildren, great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mr Leacock added: "If she was consenting, why put that whole girl's life at risk for casual unprotected sex?
Second, he cites recent Leacock work published between 1998 and 2004.
We've got the people who are supposed to be here, contrary to the beliefs of some that the JTF-GTMO is holding 'shepherds and carpet salesmen,'" Leacock said.
March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- AuthorHouse author and syndicated columnist Gordon Kirkland has been named as one of the five finalists for this year's Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humor for his second book, "Never Stand Behind A Loaded Horse" (Thistledown Press).
The discussion on cinema-verite was outstanding for the combined heavyweight presence of American pioneers of the movement--Richard Leacock, Albert Maysles, Frederick Wiseman and Robert Drew.
Meanwhile, injured fullbacks Dean Leacock and Stuart Giddings appear to be making progress in their bid for fitness.
Leacock is originally from England, but she said she could relate to the traditional American music being played.
Trident CEO Algie Leacock, who will continue in that position, confirmed the sale.