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Nielsen

Carl (August) . 1865--1931, Danish composer. His works include six symphonies and the opera Masquerade (1906)
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And despite Braehead's best efforts, the Stars killed them off with an empty goal in the final stages as Neilsen tapped-in to confirm victory for Omar Pacha's side.
Owner Neil Gray, right, with head barman Tony |Morrell, above, and with co-owner James Neilsen and customers at the bar, left 200115HOPS_06 IAN MCINTYRE |Morrell, above, and with co-owner James Neilsen and customers at the bar, left
Lemon and a repaired Henry battered another huge 5-1 past Kus and Neilsen in the ninth to ram home their domination.
Neilsen was also awarded a long service award as he too has been with the Griffins for all of those 10 years.
The way the field lines get twisted around and pulled by the spinning black hole creates electromagnetic tension that gets turned into radiation and energy that goes out," added Neilsen.
Thomas Steinbauer, the company chief financial officer, said, 'We are very pleased to complete the repurchase of shares from the Neilsen Estate and the recent opportunistic refinancing of our long-term debt on favourable terms within just seven weeks.
A brilliant try from Sam Greasley gave his side a bonus point but the win went to Worthing who round the afternoon off through Alexander Neilsen.
Harvey Nash has bought the stake from SAY AS, Rich Luther AS, Tor Ruud and Stephen Neilsen, and secured an option to purchase the other 49.
Neilsen, now based in Australia, began teaching English as a foreign language in the UK in the 1980s; he is a lecturer in language, linguistics, and education, with a special emphasis on practitioner-based research.
The school's eco coordinator Virginia Neilsen said: "The capsule will be dug up again on the same day in 2020 because that is when the Government has set targets for sustainability.
Figures from Neilsen also declared Sainsbury's the Easter victor.