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Parkes,

town and area (2016 pop. 14,608), New South Wales, SE Australia. North of the town is the Parkes Observatory, the site of a 210-ft (64-m) movable dish radiotelescope that opened in 1961.

Parkes

Sir Henry. 1815--96, Australian journalist and politician born in England, five times premier of New South Wales, advocate of free trade and Federation, and a founder of the public education system
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Here, we chart the journey of Parkes, from New Zealand's North Island to Welsh rugby's theatre of dreams.
Parkes even emailed one pupil from her personal address to give him example essays ahead of SQA exams.
Mrs Parkes had type 2 diabetes, dementia and ischaemic heart disease, and began to feel unwell three days prior to her death.
It provides background for Waugh's aesthetic responses to social and historical stimuli that animated the impressionists (and that the impressionists animated, as Parkes makes clear).
The conclusion I record is that Michael Parkes killed himself.
According to the Parkes Show Web site, the Parkes Showground is fully booked for the 2014 Elvis Festival.
After Parkes was arrested this July, police found a photo of him at Cheltenham Mosque online, captioned: "Revenge of the Infidel.
Parkes from near Cheltenham, southern England, was also said to have been angry at a television news report on Armistice Day in 2010, which showed Muslim extremists burning poppies during a demonstration in London.
My research focuses on the relationships between ecosystems and health," Parkes said.
Sarah Smith, prosecuting at a Birmingham Magistrates' Court, said Parkes had been the victim's computer teacher.
Parkes earned a degree in business from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
Mr Parkes, a farm labourer, had been suffering from depression in the weeks leading up to his disappearance.