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Deakin

Alfred. 1856--1919, Australian statesman. He was a leader of the movement for Australian federation; prime minister of Australia (1903--04; 1905- -08; 1909--10)
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Mr Hoolickin had stepped in after Deakin, of Lever Street, Heywood, hit a woman following an incident in the Friendship Inn.
In the photo, Deakin can be seen sitting right next to Marcos on the front seats, while Vera and architect Jun Palafox sat behind them.
Deakin, of Beacon Road, Great Barr, Birmingham, appeared in the dock at the same court to plead not guilty to one count of distributing a terrorist publication named "ethnic cleansing operations" via Skype.
Henry Deakin, managing director of Deakin & Francis, which has opened its first jewellers in London
Deakin posted on his social media account his reaction on the new guidelines released for TNVS following the second technical working group meeting between the board and transport network companies (TNCs) Thursday.
Deakin and Blue's first collection combines intelligent design and ultra-soft performance fabrics to offer a range of one and two pieces designed for female body shape, comfort and confidence.
Deakin, 22, faces the same charge as well as possession of documents likely to be useful to a person preparing to commit an act of terrorism and distribution of a terrorist publication.
The awards, held at Government House last night, celebrate Victorias best exporters, with Deakin taking home the award for outstanding innovation and international success in the field of education and training services, expertise and curriculum including vocational training.
Deakin University vice-chancellor, Jane den Hollander, said that the profit that the university receives from the association will be used to provide scholarships.
Deakin, of Atherton, Gtr Manchester, admitted attempted murder.
There was a really good turnout with a lot of new faces, as well as the regulars that were with us back at Foundation," said Deakin.
Heather Deakin recently found a photo captured by her father, HJ Deakin, which portrays a woman replicating Lady Godiva on horseback at Coventry Carnival.