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Siddons

Sarah. 1755--1831, English tragedienne
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Siddons expressed surprise that Mark Gillespie wasn't available but was excited to see what the fast bowler did in his return to test cricket, against South Africa, in Hamilton.
Any team in the world would have struggled against Anderson's swing," Siddons said.
In 1999, Mrs Siddons received an undisclosed compensation payment from Derbyshire Police after the force accepted criticism of its handling of the case.
Known in her heyday as ``the Muse of Tragedy,'' Siddons (1755-1831) was cursed with the inability to play comedy convincingly - or, at least, to convince her idolatrous fans that she should play it.
But coach Siddons has seen enough positives over the two matches to retain optimism.
After all, in her own time, Siddons (1755-1831) was nearly as famous for managing her image as she was for mastering her craft.
Sidchrome employs about 300 people and is a division of Siddons Ramset Limited, which is located in Melbourne.
13 (ANI): Bangladesh cricket team coach Jamie Siddons will quit his post in June.
Coach Jamie Siddons said: "We've still got an issue with Tamim - it's the hand and a little bit of another area but he's promised me he'll be fine for tomorrow.
Jenny Siddons, who manages the Huddersfield branch, said she was shocked by the results of the report, but if aware of people complaining about the standards of care in some of Kirklees' nursing homes.
Paul Pitts (29) of Siddons Road, Bilston, Wolverhampton, was six months into a seven-year sentence for robbery when he was found dead in his cell at Stafford Prison nearly two years ago.
The life and times of 18th century Coventry sword-fighter John Parkes; ribbon master Josiah Beck; the actress Sarah Siddons and a child's eye view of the Blitz will all be condensed into a half-hour free performance.