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Sir Alec. 1914--2000, British stage and film actor. His films include Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949), The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), for which he won an Oscar, and Star Wars (1977); TV roles include Le Carr?'s George Smiley
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Speaking at the event, Ife Odedere, Assistant Brand Manager, Malta Guinness said: 'By visiting Muslim faithful across the country, Malta Guinness is reaffirming its position as the premium non-alcoholic Malt drink that fuels the greatness of Nigerians everywhere, no matter where they are or what they do.'
According to adjudicator from Guinness, 2,495 people dressed as scarecrows performed a dance during the Bambanti Festival Isabela.
'I have been training very hard the last few months under the guidance of international coaches Sverre Diesen and Norman Breese,' he said and added my aim is to break 16 more Guinness World Records in 2018 to become a 25 times Guinness World Record Holder by the end of the year.
They say you haven't tasted a proper pint of Guinness until you've tasted it in Dublin.
Over 10 million glasses of Guinness stout are enjoyed every single day across the globe.
Previously only available in Ireland and the UK, Guinness is bringing these two porters to the U.S.
Guinness might not have been a fan of the dialogue while working on the film, but he would later get (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000027/awards) nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actor for his role.
Wondering how the Guinness Book of World Records came to be?
Guinness Blonde American Lager uses American hops and Guinness' world famous 125-year-old Guinness yeast.
- Sri Lankan wedding couple Nisansala and Nalin their wedding party during their Guinness World Record-breaking wedding
The number of Saudis registered in the Guinness World Records had gone up to 40, after 10 Saudis broke new world records last year.