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Neill

A(lexander) S(utherland). 1883--1973, Scottish educationalist and writer, who put his progressive educational theories into practice at Summerhill school (founded 1921)
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Neill and Mr Smith had a discussion about each other's children which became"heated"and led to a"stand-up fight".
Hamilton and Neill were in the trenches together at Windsor Park in 2013, of course, after the former introduced himself as a second half substitute against Ballymena United, and likewise nine years earlier when the Ports thrashed Larne 5-1 at the same venue.
Neill then moved to the Underwriting side at Lloyd's and also spent time at Zurich Re and CNA Re.
Credit unions employing a member-centric philosophy naturally grow," said Mike Neill, president of MNA "And, they find their employees are more engaged and productive, as well.
Jackson added that Neill had enjoyed being in the UAE over the past year.
Happy-go-lucky" Neill, 38, was at work when he died from a suspected heart attack, leaving behind his devastated wife Denise.
Neill, 34, is with his international team mates ahead of their friendly match away to Denmark later on Saturday before they face Oman in the fourth round of Asian qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup on Friday.
The court heard that when Mr Sutcliffe answered the door Neill kicked out at him and punched him in the face.
Mr Neill, who lives near Abergavenny and is a former chief executive of Merthyr Council now in charge of the Southampton authority, said he initially thought shots he had heard moments earlier were part of a drill but soon realised something was very wrong.
The ESP team wish Neill all the best in his new role and anticipate exciting times ahead.
John Neill continued to claim benefits in the name of his dad Terry after he died.