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Sousa

John Philip. 1854--1932, US bandmaster and composer of military marches, such as The Stars and Stripes Forever (1897) and The Liberty Bell (1893)
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After a Government investigation, De Sousa was ordered to pay an PS80,000 fine.
Nadal took no time in brushing off Sousa's challenge in the first two sets and he ended up winning both the sets inside 67 minutes.
The sweet-spot in Nadal's racket appeared to be the size of a beachball on Monday as the Spaniard fired off formidable forehands, breathtaking backhands and thunderbolt aces to burst Sousa's Wimbledon bubble.
No one has won more matches on grass this season than Evans and he broke the Sousa serve in the opening game.
In the Sousa Band a soprano soloist held an important role at concerts.
Sousa, who has worked with Silva at all of the clubs he has managed, has long-held managerial ambitions of his own and the Everton boss knew he would lose him eventually.
Sousa became an extremely popular celebrity of the time, an action that Sousa certainly helped to advance.
Addressing the court Friday, De Sousa said he was "humbled and ashamed" of his conduct.
Given Sousa's well-documented objection to one transformative technology, it is perhaps surprising to now find him so well represented by another.
The report claims Sousa -- who led the Swans between 2009 and 2010 -- has "emerged as Southampton's preferred successor" to Hughes.
Sousa will also become a member of the management committee of Anoto.