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With examinations of novels and shorter pieces by antebellum author William Gilmore Simms and such luminaries as George Tucker, John Pendleton Kennedy, William Alexander Caruthers, Ellen Glasgow, William Faulkner, Caroline Gordon, Stark Young, Allen Tate, Andrew Lytle, Flannery O'Connor, Pat Conroy, James Everett Kibler and even Margaret Mitchell, Cantrell finds their themes and use of language to be uniquely Celtic rather than Anglo-Saxon, and sometimes dependent upon the unique understanding of a Southern audience who were in on the secret.
Kennedy, William Rehnquist and Sandra Day O'Connor: An Expression of Appreciation, 58 STAN.
The Queen walks towards the Cenotaph watched by party leaders Charles Kennedy, William Hague and Tony Blair
In fact, after Lee there were five justices--Anthony Kennedy, William Rehnquist, Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, and Byron White--who took this view.
Hugh Kennedy, William's brother, had seen him on the previous Saturday when the pair met at Exchange Station.
| The Huntcliff School team, left (from left to right Sam Campbell, Lachlan Kennedy, William Arch-Davies and William Hill; and the Laurence Jackson team of Robert Turford, Zach Doyle, Matthew Ankers and Daniel Reacroft
On Thursday, Stoneycroft cemented their position at the top of Division One with a 7-1 win over Jaguar Rovers thanks to goals from Kelly (3), Kennedy, Williams, Penny and Ledson.
EVERTON UNDER-21s: Taudul, Touray, Garbutt, Lundstram, Browning, Pennington, Kennedy, Williams, Vellios (Ledson 83), McAleny, Gueye (Hope 62).