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Quayle

Sir (John) Anthony. 1913--89, British actor and theatrical producer: director (1948--56) of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
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LAST summer I happened to be crossing the plains of Iowa in a season of intense heat, and it was my good fortune to have for a traveling companion James Quayle Burden--Jim Burden, as we still call him in the West.
That is the advice from David Quayle, a director in the Durham office of H&H Land and Property.
The firm's bosses include former US Vice President Dan Quayle.
Dubai: If there was a prize for the worst Vice-President of the United States, Dan Quayle would likely make the short list.
PHOENIX, June 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Former Arizona Congressman Ben Quayle has joined Clark Hill PLC's Phoenix and Washington DC offices, as a Senior Director in the firm's Government and Public Affairs Group, Clark Hill Government and Public Affairs Practice Group Leader Charlie Spies announced today.
Billy Quayle, 55, was on the pitch at St Michael's school in West Derby when he went into cardiac arrest, leaving him unconscious for more than 20 minutes.
It's great to have The Salon back at its birthplace," says Quayle.
This year has seen major developments in the senior school with the new science facilities formally opened by Mr Quayle and the school now looks forward to the next phase of development, including new entrance, boarding house and sports facilities.
DIY tycoon David Quayle, who founded B&Q with his brother-inlaw, left pounds 4,393,476 in his will.
Boro got the goal that their play deserved when Jess Quayle drove home the keeper's parry from Meg White's shot making the half-time score 1-0 to Boro.
Huddersfield man Raymond Quayle, his son Paul, daughter Tanya Parker and friends Jason Wesley and Pieter Booysen reached the summit of the 19,300ft Tanzanian peak after a four-day trek.
Killing a newsletter is often a difficult and sad decision, but in the case of The Quayle Quarterly, the decision was made by the American electorate and the publishers are happy with it.