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Milne

A(lan) A(lexander). 1882--1956, English writer, noted for his books and verse for children, including When We Were Very Young (1924) and Winnie the Pooh (1926)
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Milnes is ruled out for the rest of the season with a shoulder problem.
Reliving his ordeal, an emotional Mr Milnes, 63, told the Gazette he and Keith had been fishing on the sheltered side of the gare for five hours.
MILNES BOON: Bears rookie Tom Milnes scored a championship-best 42 yesterday.
During the trial last year, Milnes asked to find out how a sentence was likely to vary with a guilty plea rather than face a jury.
At ScoreBoard, Milnes will be an integral part of the sales team with a primary focus on European and Asian sales.
But on May 25 Mr Milnes had returned from a visit to his mother without any money.
The last wicket yielded 55 and gave Derbyshire a significant lift before Palladino hoisted Milnes straight and fell to a wonderful catch by Jim Troughton running back from mid-off.
Today Mr 28-year-old Milnes will appear in court for a bail application, taking the first step of his fight to have the sentence overturned.
We need to make sure our employees have the skills to maintain their competitive edge,'' said Kathleen Milnes, senior vice president of the film commission, the Entertainment Industry Development Corporation.
Iain Milnes, president of Zarak, said, "Once again, we have responded positively to the needs of our customers.
The workshops at Mirfield, overseen by creative director Mark Milnes, were for younger children while the older ones joined artists Karen Stansfield and Damian Clark for the Arts Skills Academy at Batley.
Berkswell will be hoping that Warwickshire's Tom Milnes can resume bowling following injury.