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Hals

Frans . ? 1580--1666, Dutch portrait and genre painter: his works include The Laughing Cavalier (1624)
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Reverend Halse is a nasty piece of work, part of the establishment, and one of the gentry that Ross despises.
He recently appeared as judge Reverend Halse in the BBC's remake of the Poldark story and says: "Playing Ross Poldark was a very signcant part of my life; it has had only a positive eect and was an absolute joy.
Later, we witnessed the revelation that Halse is the voice behind Nelson and were called on to prevent Halse from escaping through the audience, exactly as occurs in the original film with Debbie Reynolds.
While the titular role of brooding mine owner Ross Poldark is played by Aidan Turner this time around, Robin, 73, returns in a key role in two episodes as the villainous Reverend Halse.
Laura Halse joins the valuation team as senior surveyor, Matthew Wales joins the project and building consultancy team also as a senior surveyor, while Steve Pike is promoted to associate director and Rhys Griffiths and John Stockley are both now senior surveyors.
Children aged between seven and 10 years should read The Long Haul and those aged between 11 and 16 should read Catalyst by Laurie Halse Anderson.
NEW YORK -- Carl Hiaasen, Laurie Halse Anderson and Jacqueline Woodson are among the 10 authors on the National Book Awards' longlist for young people's literature.
In this new book by extraordinary author Laurie Halse Anderson - writer of such classics as "Speak," "Wintergirls" and "Chains" - readers get to know Hayley and her dad, whose problems are starting to affect Hayley in new ways.
Laurie Halse Anderson is the award-winning author of the young adult novels Speak (1999), Catalyst (2002), and Wintergirls (2009), among others.
Resident Wesley Scroggins also sought the removal of another book, Laurie Halse Anderson's award-winning Speak, but the board voted to keep it.
Brad Halse of the Salvation Army said the report findings showed poverty issues had become entrenched.