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Vaughan

1. Henry. 1622--95, Welsh mystic poet, best known for his Silex Scintillans (1650; 1655)
2. Dame Janet (Maria). 1899--1993, British physician and university official: helped set up Britain's first National Blood Transfusion Service (1939): after World War II, became Britain's expert on the effects of radiation on humans; Principal of Somerville College, Oxford (1945--67)
3. Sarah (Lois). 1924--90, US jazz vocalist and pianist, noted esp for her skill in vocal improvisation
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Watson said he and his son, Sean Watson, who also is a volunteer firefighter for EFD, saw Vaughan often at the fire station, which is across the street from Watson Funeral Home.
In the past recent days, both Vaughan and Manjrekar engaged in a verbal spat after the latter included Ravindra Jadeja in India's semi-final squad after calling him a 'bits and pieces' player.
Vaughan opens with just a few pages of background that covers his interest in flying and attendance at the Air Force Academy and devotes the rest of the book to pilot training.
The hosts ended the day on 106 for two, just 68 runs behind and, after Friday's close in Leeds, Broad said that Vaughan no longer had "much insight into England changing room at all.
'They haven't won this Test match yet,' said Vaughan, 43.
Hayes places Vaughan's innovations alongside those of iconic male figures such as Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, who joined Vaughan in the Earl Hines band, itself an incubator of radical musical experimentation.
It was a gift from his brother Jimmie Vaughan in the late 1960s.
Vaughan said he collected the vehicle - which contained a sat nav, mobile phone and PS300 expenses - two days before his arrest.
Yn y gyfrol, Pen ar y Bloc, dywed Vaughan fod "y platiau tectonig yn symud ac mae cwestiynau a fyddai wedi ymddangos yn hurt ddeng mlynedd yn ol bellach yn rhai rhesymol'" Mae'r symudiadau hyn, meddai, yn golygu bod cwestiynau'n codi ynghylch bodolaeth ambell un o'r pleidiau mawrion yn eu ffurfiau presennol gan broffwydo hefyd y gall dyddiau gwleidyddiaeth dosbarth fod yn tynnu at eu terfyn.
Over the course of 20 or so years, beginning during his time in the Non-Combatant Corps in the Second World War, Keith Vaughan (1912-77) made a number of sexually explicit gouaches and drawings which he later pasted into a sketchbook, labelling it 'Erotic Fantasies 1940-1960' (Fig.
Vaughan died of a single gunshot wound, Perlow said, after all three officers shot at him.