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Neville, Richard:

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, 1428–71, English nobleman, called the Kingmaker. Through his grandfather, Ralph Neville, 1st earl of Westmorland, he had connections with the house of Lancaster; he was also the nephew of Cecily Neville, wife of Richard, duke of York.
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On the other hand, the bishop was a kinsman of Anne Beauchamp, wife of Richard Neville, earl of Warwick, and had known her when they were young.
Dennis recalls that Richard Neville, having returned to his native Australia, told him: "Look, Felix, I'm not coming back.
After getting the attention of the editor Richard Neville, he turned up penniless on the doorstep looking for a job.
Speaking on behalf of the judging panel, the state library's Mitchell Librarian, Richard Neville said: "All the Birds, Singing draws the reader into its rhythm and mystery, through wonderfully and beautifully crafted prose, whose deceptive sparseness combines powerfully with an ingenious structure to create a compelling narrative of alienation, decline and finally, perhaps, some form of redemption.
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Fellow protester Richard Neville, 29, will walk the full route from Stirling.
Mitchell librarian Richard Neville said: : "You could say Australia's first real export commodity was its natural history.
After all, it was more or less spelt out in Shakespeare's references in Henry VI, Part 2 to bear-baiting and Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, the socalled Kingmaker.
Richard Neville, project co-ordinator, said: "We want to ensure the broadest possible range of perspectives, experiences and backgrounds are represented in regional exhibitions, festivals, classrooms and events.
The 26-year-old star had sought default judgment and a permanent injunction against Warren Richardson, who snapped her while filming Hippie Hippie Shake, a movie about Oz editor Richard Neville, on a private estate in Surrey.
Richard Neville, Yorkshire Water's employee relations manager, said the company had received several awards for its employment policies promoting a diverse workforce.