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Raeburn

Sir Henry. 1756--1823, Scottish portrait painter
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Total quantity or scope of tender: The works on Raeburn Place comprise of the removal of 6no.
Raeburn was nominated for the way he had "influenced the fabric, structure and essence of health promotion and public health policy in New Zealand and internationally", according to the association.
Switched back to Polytrack on his latest outing, Sir Henry Raeburn was a totally different proposition as he chased winner One Life Live It all the way to the line to go down by just half a length over seven furlongs.
While Gayfer lost two laptops, a camcorder and Dh4,000 in cash, Raeburn was left poorer by several hundred pounds kept in a handbag.
Carol Raeburn Jewelry "Mobius Silver Crystal Necklace" will be gifted to select members of the press and media at The Artisan Group's exhibit.
Ramsay's career, like that of Raeburn, is a clear manifestation of the flourishing society and aspirant bourgeois elites of his home town of Edinburgh, developments epitomised by debating clubs and the creation of the neoclassical New Town.
The most prominent portraitist based in Scotland was Henry Raeburn (1756-1823) (8).
These are but a few of the words that have been used to describe this month's Clip & Save selection, Reverend Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch, 1795, by Sir Henry Raeburn.
She is the author of Building a Magical Relationship with Jane Raeburn and The Recovery Spiral: 12 Steps for Pagans, both published by Citadel/Kensington Press.
His legal team had launched proceedings, claiming negligence against former trainer Ian Semple, the horse's majority shareholder, David Irvine, and co-owner Jim Raeburn.