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Thorpe

1. Ian. born 1982, Australian swimmer; won three gold medals at the 2000 Olympic Games and six gold medals at the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
2. James Francis. 1888--1953, American football player and athlete: Olympic pentathlon and decathlon champion (1912)
3. Jeremy. born 1929, British politician; leader of the Liberal party (1967--76)
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Thorpe, of course, was the big gun and the West Point cadets "singled [him] out as the object of [the] fiercely fighting cadets.
Prosecutor Shaun Dryden told the court that the woman had not been vetted by social services to supervise contact between Thorpe and children.
Before joining Dollar General in 2006, Thorpe had served in various positions of increasing importance and responsibility.
The affair would not go away, and eventually forced Thorpe to resign as Liberal leader in 1976.
Thorpe, who always denied the claim, was also charged with incitement to murder Scott in a plot allegedly aimed at silencing him for ever.
Meanwhile, sports psychologist, Deidre Anderson, who worked with champion swimmer Ian Thorpe for a close ten years, says that the athlete's coming out is a process of reevaluation and visiting his childhood self, "outside the water.
Nugent told The Sunday Telegraph that he has no idea what Thorpe is doing or where he is, whether in Australia or overseas.
The song then crescendoes into a dance number that has Thorpe promising, "I'm getting over her.
Recently, Thorpe has also completed the takeover of Integrated Distribution Services, a distributor of industrial, commercial and mechanical insulation.
Ian Thorpe is very much back," announced John Borghetti of sponsor Virgin Blue while opening the joint press conference with Thorpe yesterday.
office sector remains at least 18 months away from becoming a balanced market, said Kevin Thorpe, chief economist at Cassidy Turley, Washington, D.