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Sutherland

or

Sutherlandshire,

former county, N Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Sutherland became (1975) part of the new Highland region (now a council area).

Sutherland

1
1. Graham. 1903--80, English artist, noted for his work as an official war artist (1941--44), for his tapestry Christ in Majesty (1962) in Coventry Cathedral, and for his portraits
2. Dame Joan, known as La Stupenda. born 1926, Australian operatic soprano

Sutherland

2
(until 1975) a county of N Scotland, now part of Highland
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He inspired me,'' said Sutherland, a Granada Hills High and Cal State Northridge graduate.
Venus as a Boy is Sutherland's first novel to appear in the United States, and suggests that in a black European literary world dominated by the staggering achievement of Zadie Smith and a contemporary Scottish literary landscape still adjusting itself to the impact of Irvine Welsh (author of Trainspotting), the writing of Luke Sutherland straddles them both.
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Sentencing dad-of-one Sutherland at the High Court in Edinburgh, Judge Lord Dawson said he was "revolted" by the crime.
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After lunch, Georges Bostick from Sutherland in Washington and Daniel Bernbeck from Towers Perrin in Frankfurt discussed cross-border income tax issues arising from employee stock option plans, with Mr.
Second, the absence of 'traditional sources,' as Sutherland terms them, makes it difficult to link broader social trends to the material in the book.
In the words of Sophie Silberberg, a luminary in children's publishing, Zena Sutherland is "one of America's most respected reviewers of books for children, an admired teacher of children's literature, a prominent anthologist, and a leader of considerable influence within the many professions concerned with children and their reading" (Hearne & Kay, 1981, p.
Sutherland said the animals and the people there became equal characters in her book, published this month by Viking.
We are pleased to welcome Chad to Sutherland," said Peter H.
It's heartbreaking stuff, but Sutherland doesn't have a maudlin bone in his body as he depicts all this with a matter-of-fact naturalism that leaves one marveling at how candidly he seemed to be able to capture myriad troubled lives.