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Three-time squash world champion Nick Matthew gets an OBE.
I have said on the issue of Gary Barlow's OBE - where I think he was given that award for his services to music, his immense charity services with, for instance, Children in Need, the fact that he organised that fantastic concert for the Queen's Jubilee - he deserved his OBE, and I think he should keep it," Cameron told (http://news.
She revealed that the letter informing her of the OBE was sent to her family's home in Neath but was delivered by mistake to a neighbour, who handed it to her mother.
Carl Vincent Gailleard, from Moreton Morrell, OBE for services to higher education and graduate employability.
Irwin and Watt (2007) provided an example of one OBE account in which an experient stated "I was sitting in the bath when I became aware that I was in the ceiling comer of the room looking down at myself in the bath" (p.
Currently OBE chilled beef is available in five different cuts through Carrefour in the UAE, and together with our distributor Country Hill we hope to expand our reach to give more families access through their local retailer.
The patient was in stage 1 sleep during the time of an OBE.
The designer, who is heavily pregnant with twins due in February, was awarded the OBE for services to the British fashion industry.
TOP impressionist Rory Bremner turned down an OBE after it was offered by one of his favourite satirical targets.
the the She is joined by choirmaster Gareth Malone, who leads the Military Wives Choir, whose OBE is for services to music.
An OBE goes to It's a Knockout host Stuart Hall, 82, for services to broadcasting and charity.
Other broadcasters honoured include BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour presenter Jenni Murray, 61, who is made a dame, and BBC Radio 2 DJ "Whispering" Bob Harris, 65, who gets an OBE.