Reynolds, John

Reynolds, John:

see Rainolds, JohnRainolds or Reynolds, John
, 1549–1607, English clergyman and biblical scholar. He was a fellow (1568–86) of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and later president (1598–1607) of the college.
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House of Portraits delves beneath the surface of these intricate works by renowned artists such as Joshua Reynolds, John Singer Sargent and Thomas Gainsborough and many feature the Herbert family.
NORTH CAROLINA -- Alfred Bell, Mary Cantrell, Myron Godley, Jameka Jackson, Judith Knechtges, Tonya Reynolds, John Shuford, Vonda Smoot
The club, which is run by family members Lisa Hadfield, Maria Reynolds, John Reynolds and Peter Hadfield, are thrilled with their student's achievements, especially with the hard work and commitment shown prior to the event.
Peter Reynolds, John Keene, Henry Montgomery, Paul Segrott.
Recalling the day he helped arrest Reynolds, John said: "I found him very charming.
Screenplay, Carl Ellsworth, Jeremy Passmore, based on the motion picture "Red Dawn" written by Kevin Reynolds, John Milius, from a story by Reynolds.
All Government ministers attended, as did former Taoisigh Albert Reynolds, John Bruton, Liam Cosgrave, Bertie Ahern and Brian Cowen.
Prior to the start of the Draft on June 7th, MLB Network will air a Draft preview show, also simulcast on MLB.com, with Greg Amsinger, Harold Reynolds, John Hart, Peter Gammons and MLB.com senior writer Jonathan Mayo and Baseball America executive editor Jim Callis at 6:00 p.m.
Trainers Carly Philpott, Jim Reynolds, John Coleman, Roger York and Henlow-based Stephen Fletcher were in attendance, while John Keefe, owner of Derby favourite Eye Onthe Storm, Harlow general manager Chris Page, and representatives from Bet365 also made the trip.
Starting at the back row (from left) the pupils are Mark Redfearn, Mark Stansfield, Gareth Scott, Neil ?, Stephen Forrest and Simon Crosland; second row (from left) Russell Pryce, David Middleton, Paul Collins, Darren Reynolds, John Holdsworth, Paul Jessop and Paul Martin (?); third row (from left) Antony Dodson, Toni Roberts, Susan Wainwright (?), Yvonne Firth, Joanne Winterburn, Lisa Whitehead, Alan Robinson and David Nelson; front row (from left) Yvette Gill, Helen Whitwam, Veronica Harriot, Karen Bland, Suzanne Chambers, Helen Barron (?), Helen Wainright and Philomena Shiel.
GIVE IT SOME WELL-Y: Steve Jennings feels the force of a challenge from Hearts' Suso Santana and, inset, Mark Reynolds, John Sutton and Jim O'Brien fire Motherwell to victory