Coverdale


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Coverdale

Miles. 1488--1568, the first translator of the complete Bible into English (1535)
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Standout performances come from Sophie Ward, as housekeeper Eunice Parchman, and Rosie Thompson, as society woman Jacqueline Coverdale.
In the morning, waking up shivery with fever in his fireless room, Coverdale cannot even contemplate "extruding so much as a finger into the icy atmosphere" (3:41) around him and wishes the reformation of society might be postponed indefinitely.
30 (435m): Mid West Glee, Kids Go Free, Northbeach Lass, Lemon Daniela, Coverdale Ricki (W), Storm Dotty (W).
This includes mining, smelting, alloying, battery, rolling and annealing," says Coverdale, who joined the project in 2007.
Sgt Coverdale, who won the Victoria Cross at Passchendaele in 1917, is buried alongside his wife in Edgerton cemetery.
10 September 2014 -- Indiana US-based Salin Bank and Trust Co said that Lynne Coverdale has joined its mortgage team and will focus on residential home mortgage lending throughout central Indiana.
Even at 61, David Coverdale was every inch the rock god, poured into skintight jeans with a shirt open to the waist.
Prowling the stage like a randy cartoon fox, Coverdale felt like a frontman out of time but he did it with such style and a sense of fun that it was impossible not to be swept along.
Whitesnake WOLVERHAMPTON CIVIC HALL DAVID Coverdale and Whitesnake had such a great time when they played Wolverhampton Civic in June they chose the venue for the final date on their year-long world tour.
Led by the touselled, perma-tanned David Coverdale - looking every bit the Venice Beach Adonis, until you realised he's from Yorkshire - they were at the forefront of the late '70s/early '80s UK denim and leather long-haired music scene.
HSBC Holdings co-head for commercial banking, John Coverdale said that commercial banking could grow further despite stiff competition from big domestic players and the regulatory restrictions on foreign banks' branch expansion.