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Cardus

Sir Neville. 1889--1975, British music critic and cricket writer
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In 1973, Arlott interviewed the rake-thin Cardus for three, 25-minute programmes for the BBC.
Ray Pennings is executive vice-president of the think-tank Cardus.
Desperate for England to overhaul Australia in the Ashes but still see Trumper play well, a youthful Cardus prayed before the game: "Please God, let Victor Trumper score a century against England tomorrow out of an Australian all-out score of 124."
Yes, I got to Dickens via Cardus, but I got to Cardus by way of music.
Metro Radio presenter Steve Furnell and Richard Cardus
Conwy RNLI spokesman Peter Cardus said the initial report suggested the woman was up to her neck in water.
In October 2012, Cardus (cardus.ca), a Canadian independent think tank dedicated to Christian education, revealed the results of their extensive Canadian education survey.
Paul Alwoods, and below Leah Cardus, designer Chris Mayers and Colin White at BBC Gardeners' World Live 2013.
The truth is that in today's world of 24- hour news, what was art form in the hands of Neville Cardus has gone out of the window.
Es decir, en la actualidad la antropologia visual analiza igualmente los usos sociales de la imagen como productos fabricados por el hombre; y, al mismo tiempo, realiza fotografias y peliculas etnograficas como discurso antropologico (Salinas, 2011; Canals Vilagelin & Cardus i Font, 2010)
"When he had made his debut for England, in Nagpur six years ago, he had immediately evoked the Cardus dictum on Hammond's contemporary, Herbert Sutcliffe, another calm, indeed suave, opening batsman: 'he gives Utility feathers to preen.'," he added.