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Bann,

longest river of Northern Ireland, rising as the Upper Bann in the Mourne Mts. and flowing 40 mi (64 km) NW to the southern end of Lough Neagh. It leaves the lake at its north shore as the Lower Bann and flows 40 mi (64 km) north past Coleraine to the Atlantic Ocean. It has important salmon and eel fisheries.
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Because Bann Leaksmey is technically too young to register for grade 1 - typically reserved for those 6 and up - Savong and his wife had to beg teacher PrakSoth to let her sit in on classes anyway.
In addition to the Midtown West location, the family also operates a second Bann restaurant in Los Angeles in the original Woo Lae Oak restaurant space.
"Allison must have been in the water some time, the pond is about 600 yards from the house and Paul is only a toddler and he must have taken a while to get home," said Mr Royston Wheeler, Mrs Bann's cousin.
Bann said at the storm's outer edge the line between where the heavy snow fell was sometimes very steep.
A strange postscript to this story is that, early in 1915, just after a 15-year-old Gil Draper succeeded in volunteering, Albert Bann was sent to Widnes on secondment to United Alkali, with some family members believing it was to test weaponry because he was a rifle grenade rifleman with the Kings Royal Rifles.
Distinguished Images builds on Bann's previous books, such as Parallel Lines (2000, in asking us to suspend our modernist assumptions about the sovereignty of photography.
Emeritus Professor of History of Art and a senior research fellow at the University of Bristol, Prof Bann edited the 1974 anthology The Tradition of Constructivism.
Bann had watched Woods warm-up before the final round of the World Golf Championships event in Miami two weeks ago.
The Warwickshire thirds, teenagers Aimee Jarrett and Anjoli Foster, making her County Week debut, saved two match points before defeating their opposite numbers Annabel Bann and Philippa Coates in a marathon cliff-hanger, 7-5 in the decider.
In particular I focus on the decline in rewards paid by several towns throughout the diocese and parts of Sussex to bann criers and other parish performers and argue that the almost complete disappearance of bann criers and performers from these towns during the 1530s does not signal an evangelical suppression of this activity.
Bann (history of art, Bristol U.) provides a very challenging text that explores the origins of modernism, a school he does not necessarily believe is associated with twentieth century art.
The Patsy Byrne-owned black was preferred to top-class Boherna On Air - winner of 11 of his 17 races in Britain last year, including theWilliam Hill Steel City Cup at Sheffield and the Ladbrokes Gold Cup at Monmore - and Irish runner Sheepwalk Bann for the final slot in the February 5 live-on-Sky showpiece.