Curnow


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Curnow

(Thomas) Allen (Monro). 1911--2001, New Zealand poet and anthologist
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Both Mr Curnow and Mr Taylor were first appointed to the VRB in 2007, Mr Mitchell says.
The dogs currently live with their handlers, police constables Jill Curnow and Martin King.
A new generation--many of them born between 1904 and 1912 (such as Allen Curnow, Charles Brasch, A.
Prosecutor Byron Broadstock told Cardiff Crown Court Thomas and Curnow had received PS210 for the stash after selling it to a pawn brokers.
Paentiodd Sydney Curnow Vosper (1866-1942) ei waith enwog yng Nghapel y Bedyddwyr Salem, Cefncymerau, ger Harlech yn 1908.
Every few months Wystan Curnow and I meet for a two hour coffee session in Chancery Lane.
Curnow says in general quality is what people are spending serious money on.
Curnow pleaded guilty last year to tampering with evidence and other charges and is expected to testify against Carter.
Hepworth Band, directed by Mark Peacock, will feature music from the world of opera, stage and screen as well as original music for brass with a programme that includes Borodin's Polovtsian Dances, Greig's engaging melody Spring, the Overture to the Barber of Seville, A Psalm of Praise by Salvationist composer James Curnow and film music from Indiana Jones.
There are wonderful contributions by Jack Stamp and James Curnow, household names in arranging circles, yet the other arrangements are equally effective.
CREW: S Lewis (9)--Skipper, C White (3), J Digby (2), M Vickers (11), D Curnow (1), R Lynch (2), B Torpelund, A Torpelund, S Brown, J Pirret.
Stead wanted to nominate Curnow as a possible Nobel Prize candidate but the majority of PEN (now the Society of Authors), opted for Frame.