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  ERJ People & Skills Tracker - European
ERJ People & Skills TrackerEuropean Rubber Journal (subscription)The Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) announced major changes in its leadership with Anne Forristal Luke joining the association 1 Jan as its new president and CEO, replacing the retiring Charles Cannon. Also, Gary Garfield, CEO and president of ...
Posted on 21 April 2017 | 2:02 am
  The 13 MPs who voted against an early
Daily MailThe 13 MPs who voted against an early general electionDaily MailThis included Labour's Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley), Ann Clwyd (Cynon Valley), Paul Farrelly (Newcastle-under-Lyme), Jim Fitzpatrick (Poplar and Limehouse), Clive Lewis (Norwich South), Fiona Mactaggart (Slough), Liz McInnes (Heywood and ...and more »
Posted on 19 April 2017 | 7:23 am
  'Making Waves' Theme Of Chapman Gallery Show
CapeNews.net'Making Waves' Theme Of Chapman Gallery ShowCapeNews.netTo round out this show of some two dozen works, several guest artists—including Anne Heywood, Susan Hollis, Lance Walker and Lindsay Hopkins Weld—were also invited to participate. The interpretations are no more repetitive than the ocean itself.
Posted on 15 April 2017 | 9:36 am
  Early History of Groton | | ithaca.com -
Early History of Groton | | ithaca.comithaca.comSettled in the late 1790s, the Town of Division was formed on April 7, 1817 from the Cayuga County Town of Locke. The State of New York provided the name.and more »
Posted on 11 April 2017 | 10:34 am
  Rewind - The Royal Easter Show - The Sydney
The Sydney Morning HeraldRewind - The Royal Easter ShowThe Sydney Morning HeraldIt's all makes for a long day at the Royal Easter Show, the highlight of the year for the Royal Agricultural Society since 1823 and Australia's largest annual ticketed event. Previous slide. Next slide. Heather Heywood of Narromine and Anne Tweedie of ...and more »
Posted on 7 April 2017 | 6:43 am
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  Current & Coming
FMI: 380-7449. Through Aug. 31. “New Inspirations,” recent landscape and still life paintings by Anne Heywood, Heywood Gallery, 921 Main St. FMI: 832-6684. Photography by Dr. Edward R. White; plus gallery artists’ work, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 4:21 pm
  Fresh art at Paint the Town Aug. 1
Notable artists participating in the event include Audrey Bechler, Jean Kigel, Philippe Guillerm, Anne Heywood and Greg Horwitch, plus many more. This year, the public will have the chance to see artists at work, thanks to a mini-tour of several painting ...
Posted on 24 July 2015 | 4:39 am
  Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s
(Click here for review) Far more impressive was the 1972 British film I Want What I Want...To Be a Woman starring Anne Heywood in a daring performance as an effeminate young man who secretly desires to be a woman. Unlike the real-life Christine Jorgensen ...
Posted on 14 July 2015 | 9:58 pm
  Michael Musto's 11 Gay Movie Gems You
Lesbians Sandy Dennis and Anne Heywood commingle on a faraway farm in this atmospheric film based on D.H. Lawrence novella. It’s really fascinating for quite a while, but then Keir Dullea comes around and we learn that all the two dames needed all along ...
Posted on 20 April 2015 | 2:16 am
  Shaftesbury carnival baby show winners
Winner is the Trendy Toddler category was four-year-old Freddie Shoemark. There were 10 entrants for the toddler competition although the number of babies was down which made judging very difficult for judges, Celia Griggs, Anne Heywood and Jane Traill.
Posted on 29 September 2014 | 12:04 am
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  JoellaRoot: Anne Heywood and Martine
JoellaRoot: Anne Heywood and Martine Broc^^! in The Nuns of Saint Archangel https://t.co/r2sfVuJdN9
Posted on 23 April 2017 | 4:47 pm
  BryanCarte: RT @wayofthepanther: Anne
BryanCarte: RT @wayofthepanther: Anne Heywood https://t.co/mSzFWC8nXr
Posted on 23 April 2017 | 4:47 pm
  wayofthepanther: Anne Heywood
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Posted on 23 April 2017 | 4:47 pm
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  Resolved Question: Why is the UK government
A long list of MPs from all the Westminster parties, including cabinet ministers and would-be party leaders, have signed up to a petition demanding the right of the Tibetan people to preserve their identity in the face of massive “Han Chinese immigration” — but refuse to even recognise that the identical displacement process is happening in Britain The Chinese government increasingly encourages Han Chinese to migrate to Tibet by offering high wages and other inducements This policy is threatening the survival of the Tibetan people. Tibetans are becoming a minority in their own country,” This policy is threatening the survival of the Tibetan people. Tibetans are becoming a minority in their own country,” The Chinese government are following a deliberate policy of extinguishing all that is Tibetan, including their own language in their own country.” Abbott, Diane; Hackney North and Stoke Newington; Labour Bacon, Richard; South Norfolk; Conservative Begg, Anne; Aberdeen South; Labour Beith, Alan; Berwick-upon-Tweed; Liberal Democrat Binley, Brian; Northampton South; Conservative Brooke, Annette; Mid Dorset and North Poole; Liberal Democrat Brown, Russell; Dumfries and Galloway; Labour Bruce, Malcolm; Gordon; Liberal Democrat Campbell, Gregory; East Londonderry; Democratic Unionist Party Campbell, Menzies; North East Fife; Liberal Democrat Clark, Katy; North Aryshire and Arran; Labour Connarty, Michael; Linlithgow and East Falkirk; Labour Dobbin, Jim; Heywood and Middleton; Labour Dodds, Nigel; Belfast North; Democratic Unionist Party Featherstone, Lynne; Hornsey and Wood Green; Liberal Democrat Field, Frank; Birkenhead; Labour Flello, Robert; Stoke-on-Trent South; Labour Flynn, Paul; Newport West; Labour Foster, Don; Bath; Liberal Democrat George, Andrew; St Ives; Liberal Democrat Godsiff, Roger; Birmingham, Hall Green; Labour Harvey, Nick; North Devon; Liberal Democrat Harvard, Dai; Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney; Labour Hemming, John; Brimingham, Yardley; Liberal Democrat Hopkins, Kelvin; Luton North; Labour Horwood, Martin; Cheltenham; Liberal Democrat Huhne, Chris; Eastleigh; Liberal Democrat Hunter, Mark; Cheadle; Liberal Democrat Illsley, Eric; Barnsley Central; Labour Jackson, Glenda; Hampstead and Kilburn; Labour Llwyd, Elfyn; Dwyfor Meirionnydd; Plaid Cymru Macneil, Angus; Na h-Eileanan an Iar; Scottish National Party McCrea, Dr. William; South Antrim; Democratic Unionist Party McDonnell, John; Hayes and Harlington; Labour Ottaway, Richard; Croydon South; Conservative Pound, Stephen; Ealing North; Labour Pugh, John; Southport; Liberal Democrat Reid, Alan; Argyll and Bute; Liberal Democrat Robertson, Angus; Moray; Scottish National Party Rogerson, Dan; North Cornwall; Liberal Democrat Sanders, Adrian; Torbay; Liberal Democrat Sharma, Virendra Kumar; Ealing Southall; Labour Singh, Marsha; Bradford West; Labour Simpson, David; Upper Ban; Democratic Unionist Smith, Robert; West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine; Liberal Democrat Streeter, Gary; South West Devon; Conservative Syms, Robert; Poole; Conservative Williams, Roger; Brecon and Radnorshire; Liberal Democrat Williams, Stephen; Bristol West; Liberal Democrat Willott, Jenny; Cardiff Central; Liberal Democrat So why doesn't the UK government feel like this about the indigenous Brits who will be a minority in there own country within 50 years.
Posted on 7 September 2010 | 10:06 am
  Resolved Question: What are some good
I am looking for a book that is similar to Wolfenstein, or where the Nazis won the war. Something kind of like V for vendetta. Another suggestion would be like through the eyes of a nazi officer.
Posted on 16 August 2010 | 6:09 am
  Resolved Question: 1970s movie about a group
I remember as a little boy in the early 1980s, there was a movie on a PBS station I believe. I think it was a British movie. I live in the United States btw. Anyway, there were three or four men, middle-aged. They were on a long walk, an odyssey to find something. They came to this cave or a building that has a hole in the ground. They lowered possibly a rappelling rope. One of the men got tangled in it. As soon as they finished going to the bottom, they came across this old man with long white beard. He had a box in his hand. The box glowed. The old man's eyes opened and lit up. The box began to shoot rays of light. The old man was standing rigidly, but he spun around in the rigid posture. The rays of light were destroying everything in its path. No, it was not Hellraiser. This was in the 1970s, early 1980s. Hellraiser came out in 1987. I saw the movie in 1982, in a house I remember living in.
Posted on 27 April 2010 | 2:35 pm
  Resolved Question: What is this 70s(ish)
i saw this film years ago as a child. its not the mole people. bits i remember are there are scientists doing research in some caves where they come across a roup of people living in the cave system. they are all white kind of thing. think the scientists had a big like apparatus thing taking readings, possibly, and i think that the people that lived in the cave attacked them. it wasnt a particularly dark flm as i recall, also it was on tv during the day as i was only little and the images have stayed with me and i cant for the life of me find it. it could have been a foreign film dubbed, but seen as it was in the 80's when i saw it i reckon it was a cheapo one as british tv was notoriously rubbish in them days and didnt buy the good stuff. all help appreciated thanks peeps
Posted on 8 April 2010 | 5:06 am
  Resolved Question: 70/80s cheapo film about
i saw this film years ago as a child. its not the mole people. bits i remember are there are scientists doing research in some caves where they come across a roup of people living in the cave system. they are all white kind of thing. think the scientists had a big like apparatus thing taking readings, possibly, and i think that the people that lived in the cave attacked them. it wasnt a particularly dark flm as i recall, also it was on tv during the day as i was only little and the images have stayed with me and i cant for the life of me find it. it could have been a foreign film dubbed, but seen as it was in the 80's when i saw it i reckon it was a cheapo one as british tv was notoriously rubbish in them days and didnt buy the good stuff. all help appreciated thanks peeps
Posted on 6 April 2010 | 5:18 am



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