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Bankhead

Tallulah (Brockman). 1902--68, US stage and film actress; her successes included the plays The Little Foxes (1939) and The Skin of Our Teeth (1942)
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At Bankhead of Kinloch that includes erecting 60 bird boxes on the edges of the blackcurrant fields, sowing wild flowers, planting trees and managing hedgerows.
Heifers per kg - 240p Brockwoodlees; 238p (x2) Easter Ochtermuthill; 235p (x2) Brockwoodlees; 232p Bankhead. Heifers per head - PS1456 Bankhead; PS1447, PS1419 and PS1406 Brockwoodlees; PS1399 Meadowend; PS1358 Moorfield.
His body was discovered by diver Trevor Bankhead, left
An army veteran of 15 years Mr Bankhead served with the 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery where he trained as a diver.
Be it neglect, inattention or hard times, Bankhead's family never added a grave marker to his burial plot.
As part of her research, Bankhead is testing the tensile strength of roots--the force required to pull a root to the point where it breaks--of different tree species.
As it turns out, Bankhead's "dark stars" are based on photos of broken windows taken in the neighborhood of his studio.
``Bad girls don't have the time.'' But while La Bankhead might have been too busy being bad to record what she was up to (although she did find time to stump up an autobiography in 1952), Joel Lobenthal has made it his life's work.
Bankhead served 25 years in the Florida state government and 20 years as a Jacksonville legislator.
A central premise of Gibbs and Bankhead's book is that the California mosaic of racially and ethnically diverse people, languages and cultures generates the energy that drives the economy, fosters innovation, and nurtures the creative arts.
Originally from Glais in the Swansea Valley, Bankhead, who has not long launched a muchacclaimed furniture collection, encourages the idea of marrying his lacquered polyester and polished chrome pieces with natural, dark timber antiques.
First, plug in these names: Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Mercedes de Acosta, Alla Nazimova, and Tallulah Bankhead. Then add a laundry list of their lovers, female and male, which will include a number of repeats.