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Busby

Sir Matthew, known as Matt. 1909--94, British footballer. He managed Manchester United (1946--69)
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As part of the installation Proseal also designed a customised outfeed to the tray sealer to accommodate the dimensions of the Busby Partners pack house.
In The Liverpool FC Family Tree, the latest offering from Sport Media, Busby's Anfield career is given a much-needed, and much-deserved, airing.
In United we see how survivors, 9pm including Bobby Charlton, goalkeeper Harry Gregg and the club's manager Matt Busby, who was in hospital for two months following the crash, pieced their lives back together.
Busby Babes was the nickname given to a group of Manchester United players lauded in the late Fifties for their youth and talent.
Solskjaer takes a United side north to the place Busby called home today when a Red Devils reserve team tackle Motherwell at Fir Park in a match to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the legendary manager's birth.
Busby was named Motown's president and chief executive officer in 1988 and stayed there for seven years.
Terms with Allison & Busby have not yet been finalised but it is thought that the book will be followed-up by at least two more.
Richards & Associates first introduced Busby, Perkins + Will to the project.
In this work, Michael Busby, an engineer with extensive experience in the aviation and space industries, investigates the fascinating topic of mysterious airship sightings reported from November 1896 to May 1897.
The Busby Berkeley Collection Footlight Parade; Gold Diggers of 1933; Gold Diggers of 1935; Dames; 42nd Street; The Busby Berkeley Disc.
The Laing-trained pair, Busby Glen and Sir Pentire, jumped the last hurdle together and then settled down to a thrilling struggle, with Busby Glen having a half-neck advantage at the finish, with Vazoom another three lengths away third.