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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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One can see from the above precis that the relationship between Ms Deakin and Ms Davies was informal and casual, perhaps even haphazard at times.
" Our involvement will provide us with a good insight into how the countries' future leaders think and how their university education has prepared them for their careers," said Jane den Hollander, Vice- Chancellor, Deakin University.
Deakin took over as secretary when the league started in 1992 and was at the forefront of the domestic game in Wales for two decades before handing over the reins yesterday.
In a recent Dog Day Afternoons column, when I asked him for one to follow, Deakin put forward Ballygur Aston, saying: "He's been knocking at the door but keeps finding traffic problems.
Deakin is delighted to see Coleman follow in the footsteps of his predecessor Gary Speed, saying: "Some of Wales' past managers have shown no interest at all in our league.
Scholars of education reflect on their experience at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, and the unique program and atmosphere in the education department there during the 1980s and 1990s.
The symposium was organised under the aegis of DIRI - The Deakin India Research Initiative which was instigated in 2009 as an expansion of Deakin University's ongoing development of research models to bridge the gap between academia and industry.
Deakin has also been named a recipient of the Claude Aubry Award, given by the Canadian section of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY Canada).
Professors Marcel Klaassen, John Endler and Bill Buttemer have brought to Deakin a diverse range of scientific and academic experience, respectively holding positions at the Netherlands Institute of Ecology, the University of Exeter, and the University of Wollongong.
Deakin and Hern formed the Sisterhood because they understood the difficulties many teen girls face while dealing with deployed parents, the official Web site states.
In the second period the visitors stepped up a gear and tries by Lloyd Burns, Rhys Peebles and Will Johnstone and a penalty try which Deakin converted, saw Keys home and dry.
The medals were all awarded to 22-year-old Rifleman Harry Deakin who was the first soldier to be killed in Greece in 1941.