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Williamson

1. Henry. 1895--1977, British novelist, best known for Tarka the Otter (1927) and other animal stories
2. Malcolm. 1931--2003, Australian composer, living in Britain: Master of the Queen's Music since 1975. His works include operas and music for children
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Traded outfielder Felix Pie to the Orioles for pitchers Garrett Olson and Henry Williamson.
He named his son Tarka after the Henry Williamson novel Tarka the Otter.
ANSWERS: 1 India; 2 Because they fly in a zigzag pattern; 3 Mogadishu; 4 Strontium; 5 Jack Lynch; 6 Henley-on-Thames; 7 Winchester; 8 Jenny Pitman; 9 The Duke of Edinburgh; 10 Henry Williamson.
Henry Williamson is one of five murderers who have had their cases referred back to the Court of Criminal Appeal.
In a related letter to local financial institutions, Ninth Episcopal District Bishop Henry Williamson said that unspecified people had advised him "that there are many problems concerning the banking practices of Paul Bigby" and that Bigby was no longer affiliated with the CME denomination.
Henry Williamson, a 54-year-old paramedic from Charleston, S.
But a full account would also need to include the early work of the ex-soldier Henry Williamson, however regrettable his later politics, and to take seriously the radicalism of Wyndham Lewis.
Henry Williamson, who died in 1977, is best remembered for his book, Tarka the Otter, but his greatest literary output was his fifteen volume series of novels, A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, which drew on his own life and experiences.
This Partnership with Media News solidifies our national distribution footprint to include markets in Los Angeles, New York City and Dallas, Texas," said Henry Williamson, President of Newspaper Syndication for iMedia International.
The classic Black Beauty moved me to tears and years later it would be the novels of Jack Jones and Henry Williamson which would bring the tears to my eyes.
Other contributors read like a who's who of illustrious scribes - Francis Francis, Izaak Walton, Christopher North, Longfellow, Guy de Maupassant, William Scrope, Charles Kingsley, Henry Williamson and many more.