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Munro

1. Alice, original name Alice Laidlaw. born 1931, Canadian short-story writer; her books include Lives of Girls and Women (1971), The Moons of Jupiter (1982), and The Love of a Good Woman (1999)
2. H(ector) H(ugh), pen name Saki. 1870--1916, Scottish author, born in Burma (now Myanmar), noted for his collections of satirical short stories, such as Reginald (1904) and Beasts and Superbeasts (1914)
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On a Facebook page apparently belonging to Munro, he boasts of his involvement with footballrelated violence and Hibs casuals.
The Quayle Munro business adds a new capability in data and analytics, expands Houlihan Lokey's financial institutions focus in Europe, and builds the firm's presence in financial technology and education.
The National Film Board (NFB) of Canada, the country's public filmmaker, in a news release, said Munro died in Montreal on December 9, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
They would set up their camps at TDCP resort in Fort Munro to spend the night there and then leave for their homes from there on Dec 13.
declarations that Dr Munro had been carrying on a financial services business without holding an AFS licence and that Kathleen Munro had either been carrying on a financial services business without holding an AFS licence, or aiding or abetting Dr Munro to do so.
While adopting the adult perspective, Munro speaks there about her childhood in the part of Wingham known, in Munro's childhood, as "Lower Town," her difficult relationship with her parents, and the sentiment she has for the place she used to live in.
Mrs Munro, who worked as a child-minder died after being found with serious injuries on November 2 last year.
Gavin Munro shakes his head slightly, takes a deep breath and looks over his furniture showroom: a 2.
Sandy Munro, the day before I visited him, was visited by his banker.
THE STORY: This companion volume to Selected Stories, 1968-1994 highlights the 24 best Munro stories from two decades.
For those who haven't had the pleasure, as well as those who can't get enough, Munro has issued her second volume of selected stories, Family Furnishings (Knopf, $30, 640 pages, ISBN 9781101874103), collecting work published between 1995 and 2014.
These characters appear in "Tricks" a story Alice Munro included in Runaway, her 2004 collection.