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Collins

1. Michael. 1890--1922, Irish republican revolutionary: a leader of Sinn Féin; member of the Irish delegation that negotiated the treaty with Great Britain (1921) that established the Irish Free State
2. (William) Wilkie. 1824--89, British author, noted particularly for his suspense novel The Moonstone (1868)
3. William. 1721--59, British poet, noted for his odes; regarded as a precursor of romanticism
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When the ballerina Janet Collins was thrown into the air by two dark-painted "Watusi warriors" in the Triumphal Scene of Aida at the Metropolitan Opera's 1951 opening-night gala, she was the first African American to be working under a full-time contract at the Met.
Mr Collins, 55, died from major head injuries after an attack outside his home at Oakes Avenue last July.
Collins, with investments in nearly 150 apartments, thought he had considered and planned for the worst-case scenario in the northwest Arkansas real estate market.
Cornwall confronted Collins in a hallway of his Lake Wales, Florida, home.
Andrew Mangham's Wilkie Collins: Interdisciplinary Essays is an eclectic collection of essays on the popular Victorian writer.
Collins is due back at Easter Road this morning after a three-day break in the south of France.
Collins retains a 20% interest and will continue as asset manager and manager of the new joint venture.
MICHAEL COLLINS died in 1922 just two months shy of his thirty-second birthday.
Aegean Airlines selected Rockwell Collins avionics as well as PAVES and the Airshow 4200 for eight new and three leased A320s.
Left, Shelagh Beckett, Janet Knox, Keith Allen and Romaine Thompson, Anthony Collins
Fort Collins Senior Environmental Planner Susie Gordon tells the paper, "We're really working hard to recycle this stuff."
The Collins Companies of Portland, OR, recently celebrated its 150th anniversary as a family-owned forest products business.

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