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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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In that volume, Leacock refers to First Nations as "primitive" and "savages" (26), claiming that despite their "one great advance" of "the bark canoe," "In nearly all other respects the Indians of Canada had not emerged even from savagery to that stage half way to civilization which is called barbarism" (27).
Winnipeg-born, now Toronto-based James McLennan, as Leacock, first declaims: "The spirit, the beauty, the joy is gone," his tenor voice clear and even.
Booked: Labadie (44, unsporting behaviour), Leacock (81, dissent) Goal: Leacock (17).
McDonald's sharpness almost earned a winner in injury time as Leacock left Martin's deep header and the substitute nipped in to round the keeper only to shoot into the side netting from a tight angle.
With: Richard Leacock, Henri Langlois, Valerie Lalonde, Robert Drew, D.
BARNSLEY 1 DERBY 1 Hammill 48 Leacock 14 ADAM HAMMILL ended his impressive week's work by rescuing a point for Barnsley against struggling Derby.
There are one or two spiky players set to take to the field, none more so than Robbie Savage whose tackling has tested the writing skills of many a ref while the impending return of Dean Leacock to the Rams' back four means a welcome addition of someone who admirably amassed six yellow cards in only 13 appearances last term.
Set the tone for City with a physical challenge on Derby's Leacock in the opening seconds.
These two slim biographies, Margaret MacMillan's Stephen Leacock and M.
Rams stars Dean Leacock and Gary Teale confronted Tyson before players from both squads got involved in a mass melee as stewards fought to keep supporters off the pitch.
WATERTOWN William Leacock, 88, of Watertown, MA, passed away surrounded by his children in Lansing, MI on July 21, 2009.