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Casson

Sir Hugh (Maxwell). 1910--99, British architect; president of the Royal Academy of Arts (1976--84)
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British Amb in Egypt (@FCOJohnCasson) ao aa[euro]*[euro]y[euro][euro]i aoaaaia Casson has launched an online campaign with hashtag #reasonstolikeCairo, and from time to time he post a picture for different activities he does in the capital of Egypt, like tasting Egypt's traditional food, visiting magnificent places or practicing the Egyptian traditions.
Subsequent examinations revealed it was in fact an unloaded BB gun but Casson was arrested and charged with possession of an imitation firearm.
Casson brings to his new position decades of sales, service and management leadership in the title insurance sector, with considerable experience throughout the Midwest and Central Plains.
The team in charge of this beautiful property know they have a great responsibility at hand, and drawing from their many years of experience with Four Seasons, they make an excellent choice to extend the brand's legacy in this dynamic market," says Casson.
The 66th Queen in 1,500 years receives the 118th Pope of Egypt in 2,000 years, two [figures] of wisdom and history in coexistence in an ever-changing world," Casson added.
As the driving force behind the company's expansion plans in the region, Casson served in senior roles at other properties in the GCC prior to assuming his current position.
Mr Casson was said to be a first-class pianist, but trench warfare did not give him much opportunity to show his skill at that.
Simon Casson has been promoted to president of Four Seasons for Europe, Middle East & Africa.
One of The Garage's owners - Rob Casson, who has since left the company - decided to drive both victims to hospital as one of the men put pressure on his pal's leg wound, which was pouring with blood, it was heard.
The hosts' pack had no answer to the Islanders' driving maul, which led to two tries and caused Greg Charlton, Harry Casson and Craig Voisey to see yellow as frustration grew.
After the court on Saturday sentenced the journalists to three years imprisonment for operating without a license, British Ambassador John Casson said he was shocked and concerned in the wake of the decision.