K DATA018 Funeral Home, 152 Bradford Street, barrie on Saturday of Natalie and her husbandAllen, matthew, Daniel, Andrea Special thanks to Dr. J. SASAL, the Nephrology http://www.ogs.on.ca/ogspi/200/o200k018.htm
C DATA009 Mary Theresa (Mamie) WEBSTER (Art) of barrie, Ontario. 1215 published NASELLO, AlbertJ. Suddenly, in David, Alysha, Justin, Michael, matthew, Nicholas and http://www.ogs.on.ca/ogspi/200/o200c009.htm
Extractions: DELANEY, Aileen (nee CASEMENT ) Formerly of Thornhill, Ontario. Peacefully at MacKenzie Place, Newmarket in her 97th year, on Monday, January 5, 2004. Aileen, dear wife of the late Harold F. DELANEY. Loving mother of the late Bernice DAVIS. Dear grandmother to Mark, Jennifer and her husband Robert DELMONTE. Great-grandmother of Michael and Marilena. Aunt to Laura and Rick and their families. Predeceased by her sister Georgina WATSON and her brothers Leonard and Stuart and his wife Gwen CASEMENT . Friends may call at the Marshall Funeral Home, 10366 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill (4th traffic light north of Major Mackenzie Drive) on Wednesday evening from 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service in the chapel on Thursday, January 8, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. Private cremation. In Aileen's memory, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society. Beloved husband of Lenna ( CASEY ) COULTER predeceased 1999. Cherished son of Lloyd and Elsie COULTER predeceased. Loving brother of Ernest (wife Marilyn) COULTER of Parry Sound, Mary FRASER (husband Don predeceased) of Falconbridge. Dear brother-in-law of Joan LAFAIVRE (husband Len) of Haileybury. Sadly missed by loving nieces and nephews and their families. Funeral Service in the R. J. Barnard Chapel, Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home, 233 Larch St., Sudbury, Wednesday, July 2nd, 2003 at 1 pm. Friends may call after 12 noon on Wednesday. Cremation at the Parklawn Crematorium.
Famous Greeks Barbara barrie, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Actress Barney Miller . J. William Fulbright,Sigma Chi, former US Senator and college matthew McConaughey, Delta Tau Delta, Actor. http://www.scs.unr.edu/~mcdowell/famousgreeks.htm
Extractions: Famous Greeks Name Organization Profession A. E. Hotchner Sigma Alpha Mu Author Abraham Lief Sigma Alpha Mu Supreme Court of Ontario Adam Sandler Tau Epsilon Phi Comedian/Actor Adlai Stevenson Phi Delta Theta Former Politician Admiral James J. Carey Zeta Psi United States Navy Reserve Agnes Demille Kappa Alpha Theta choreographer, best known for Oklahoma Al Michaels Sigma Nu Monday Night Football Alan Rafkin Sigma Alpha Mu TV Director Alan Rothenberg Sigma Alpha Mu President of US Soccer Federation Alan Sagner Sigma Alpha Mu Former Chairman of the New York Port Authority Alan Sandberg Pi Kappa Phi Former Florida Supreme Court Justice Alan Sugg Sigma Chi president of the University of Arkansas system Alan Thicke Delta Upsilon Actor Alanna Davis Chi Omega Former staff member of the Today Show Albert R. Dowden Zeta Psi Alexis Herman Delta Sigma Theta Former Labor Secretary Alfonse D'Amato Alpha Chi Rho Senator Alfred J.P. Sloan, Jr. Delta Upsilon Chairman of the board - General Motors, Co-Founder of Sloan-Kettering Institute for cancer research with fellow DU Charles Kettering. Alfred Reed Tau Beta Sigma Composer Alfred Wolin Sigma Alpha Mu Federal Judge in New Jersey Algenita Scott Davis Zeta Phi Beta immediate past national president of the National Bar Association Ali Landry Kappa Delta Actress, Former Miss USA
The Wholenote Magazine matthews United Church. to participate in a reading of Faurés Requiem conductedby Marta McCarthy with accompanist barrie Cabena. Taught by David J. King http://www.thewholenote.com/wholenote/etcetera.html
Extractions: ANNOUNCEMENTS Muhtadi International (Toronto) Drumming Festival. Free. June 5 6:30-10:30pm: Festival of the Sound. Prelude! June 12 8:00: Arraymusic /Contact Contemporary Music. Yard Sale Fundraiser. Peterborough Folk Festival Annual Blues Cruise. Featuring the Rick Fines Trio. Departs from the Liftlock and River Cruises dock, 1 Rink Street, Peterborough. 705-749-1130, email@example.com Montreal Baroque Festival. Baroque Fair. Old Montreal. 800-845-7171, www.montrealbaroque.com Free. June 18 7:30: Montreal Baroque Festival. Grand Parade. Free. June 18 8:30: Weaselpalooza. Fundraiser for the Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund. Live music, silent auction, door prizes and other entertainment. The Mod Club, 722 College St. 416-485-3135 x224, 416-453-8749. $30. Markham Village Music Festival. Various performers. Main Street, Old Markham Village. 905-472-2022. Free. Taste of Little Italy Street Festival. between Euclid and Shaw. 416-240-9338, 416-231-5695. Free. Montreal Baroque Festival. Chateau Ramezay, Old Montreal. 800-845-7171, www.montrealbaroque.com Free.
Some Gaytonians Andrew J. Carruthers Lawyer. barrie Eagling - (Gayton High 1975-79) In Northampton,working for Chubb matthew de Lange - (HCS 1964-71) Partner specialising in http://www.jeffreymaynard.com/harrow_county/Gaytonians.htm
Extractions: John Abbott - (HCS 1966-73) Works in Information Technology for the Royal Bank of Scotland Group. P. R. Ackroyd - Reverend Professor - Professor of Old Testament Studies at the University of London. Guest of Honour, Speech Day 1964. Michael Adler (HCS 1953 - ) - Professor of Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Edinburgh Howard Aiken (HCS 1965-71) lives in Oxfordshire and works in telecommunications software for a US-based company. Rodney Aiken (HCS 1968- ) Brother of above. Keith Alexandre (HCS 1950-56) Retired Accountant. George Allan - Councillor, Essex County Council John Allen (HCS 1959 - ) Photographer. A. E. Amor - (HCS 1912- ) Former Chairman of Kodak. Clive Anderson - Barrister, Television Personality (i.e. "Whose Line is it Anyway?) Anthony (Tony) B. Andrews - (HCS 1945-50) Reverend, parish in Kensington. Ian Andrews - (HCS 1951-58) Solicitor, former Town Clerk and Chief Executive of Poole, Dorset. Tony Arkey - (HCS 1956-63) Regional Director of the Alexander Beard Group, PLC in Hong Kong. Roger Armstrong (HCS 1962-69) Solicitor.
Brandeis University Department Of Sociology of many fine scholars (including alum barrie Thorne , co has been appointed theHannah J. Goldberg Chair of The Thomas Theorum and the matthew Effect in http://www.brandeis.edu/departments/sociology/news00.html
Extractions: Notes from the Chair This has been a year of transitions in the Department. Gordie Fellman has gotten married, Stefan Timmermans has a new baby, George Ross is directing the German and European Studies Center, Judy Hanley received her B.A. degree in Sociology (of course) (see brandeis.edu/commencement/hanley) for story) and Maury Stein is closing in on retirement. David Cunningham joined us as a faculty member and Susan Markens and Annika Lillrank were with us as Postdoctoral Fellows. This year Dessima Williams will begin a new formalized connection with the Heller School's Sustainable International Development Program. Beginning in the Fall, we will be recruiting an Assistant Professor in the Sociology of Media/Sociology of Culture. In last summer's newsletter we announced that this was Maury's last year teaching. To paraphrase that great sociological thinker, Mark Twain, the rumors of his demise were exaggerated. But this year will be Maury's last year as a full-time member of our department, after 46 years at Brandeis (minus a couple of years away at Cal Arts testing out the Disney California environs). Maury's contributions to the department over the years are incalculable, and this coming April we will celebrate Maury as he approaches retirement. We invite all of his former students to join us in this celebration next April (see below).
IEER.org - Open Letter matthew Struckhoff; Glenda StrussKeyes, Director, Office of Los Alamos Museum Project;Theresa J. Summer, UC Mary Thompson; Tina Thomson; barrie Thorne, Professor http://www.trivalleycares.org/willstuff/ieerdb/index.asp
Extractions: Hindi Hindi Japanese Korean Russian ... Urdu To sign on to this letter, click here! Letter to the United Nations Security Council based on this open letter I t is a troubled time. The drums of war, already loud, are daily being amplified by the megaphones of modern media. The U.S. government is adopting a doctrine of "pre-emptive war." There are large numbers of people in the United States who do not agree. We want to extend our hands to people all over the world to work together for peace, justice, economic equity, and environmental sanity. The United States government is, sadly, behaving like a global bully a role that alarms us greatly because of the threat of war and the destruction that it may rain down on children who have too long suffered for the fights of their fathers. It also increases the risks of terrorism here and all over the world because it is likely to further inflame angry passions, which are already too high. Our goal is to seek peaceful resolution of conflicts. We also want to strengthen international institutions so that they can accomplish that goal. The United States, against its own best traditions, is undermining the rule of law internationally by trying to muscle other countries as well as the United Nations to bend to its will by threatening the unilateral use of force.
Rochester Review V60 N3--Undergraduates 88, Timothy G. Healy 88, James F. Stanley, matthew R. Szymanski 90, Derek A. Nowicki 90, Craig J. Petherrick 91 Julie barrie sent in a picture of herself with http://www.rochester.edu/pr/Review/V60N3/cn-under.html
Extractions: The Rochester Review, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, USA Go to: C. William Tayler was October Athlete of the Month at the University Club of Washington, D.C. He writes, "The fact that the Sports Committee which makes the selection includes Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia gives it a special imprimatur." Bruce Landsdale and Elizabeth (Tad) Krihak Lansdale '47 write: "We are just back from six weeks of conducting seminars for NGOs in Nepal and then on to Bali for 'some enchanting evenings.' All great fun, especially touring the jungle forests in southern Nepal by elephant. . . . We came back to Greece with a one-week stop in Albania to help pick up the pieces after the riots and burning at the Agricultural University last Marchthe whole library was totally destroyed." Tad also mentions that the organization she helped found, the International Women's Organization of Greece, is celebrating its 50th birthday this year. The philanthropic organization's aim is to allow women of all nationalities to meet and adjust to Greek society, using English as the language of communication. The Lansdales say they will be in California until May.
Mendele Yiddish Literature And Language From firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam J. Levitin) Subject Celebrated violinist and singerDeborah Strauss, a mainstay our guest reader Andy barrie, popular broadcaster http://shakti.trincoll.edu/~mendele/vol11/vol11003.txt
Extractions: Mendele: Yiddish literature and language Contents of Vol. 11.003 May 29, 2001 1) Corob Fellowship in Yiddish Studies (Joan Sinclair) 2) Library Director position (Uzi Adini) 3) kharedi Yiddish literature (Yankev Lewis) 4) Yiddish and microfilm (Adam Levitin) 5) Musicians' Raft: Between New York and Sejny (Michael Steinlauf) 6) Chave Rosenfarb (Marjorie/Mirl Schonhaut Hirshan) 7) 2001 Canadian Jewish Book Awards (Bernard Katz) 8) Lambori for Labori (Michael Schein) 9) Lambori for Labori (Berish Goldshteyn) 1) Date: Mon, 21 May 2001 11:41:39 +0100 From: Joan B Sinclair Subject: Library Director position Library Director for a specialized college of Jewish studies, with resources of 100,000 books and periodicals. Three years of administrative experience desirable, MLS required, and strong background in Judaica, with emphasis on Hebrew and/or Yiddish. Computer and communication skills are essential. Library serves students of all ages. Send Resume and salary requirements to Anita Coleman, Gratz College, 7605 Old York Road, Melrose Park, PA 19027, fax 215-635-1046, or e-mail email@example.com. No phone calls, please. Uziel Adini Melrose Park, PA 3) Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 11:50:49 -0400 (EDT) From: Justin Lewis / Jane Enkin , tel./fax 48 87 565 03 69. Michael Steinlauf 6) Date: Sat, 19 May 2001 06:01:19 -0400 (EDT) From: Marjorie Hirshan
Ceolas: TuneIndex Bibliography Sydney * Music For Bagpipes, WM barrie; J. Albert And David Glen s j * David Glen sCollection Of Highland By His Son, John Mc Phe dran, violinist, Flutist and http://www.ceolas.org/tunes/TuneIndex/biblio.html
American Symphony Orchestra League - Highlights development, IMG Artists Europe Charlotte J. Lee, managerial Salomon, founder andpresident barrie Steinberg, director 718) 9848996 Fax matthew Sprizzo Roster http://www.symphony.org/conference2003/highlights/networking_exhibitors.html
Five In One_1 President, Spokane Symphony Associates Mr. matthew J. Sprizzo, , by arrangement w.matthewSprizzo Ms Bridge Records Management Ms. barrie Steinberg, Director http://www.symphony.org/conf_01/fiveone/name.html
U-Daily News - FILM strapped ladies man LL Cool j. (Focus includes Glenn Close, Stockard Channing, MatthewModine and j. barrie S NEVERLAND Director Marc Forster ( Monster s Ball http://u.dailynews.com/Stories/0,1413,211%7E23514%7E1120091,00.html
Extractions: Enter search term Advanced Search HOME FILM Reviews ... ABOUT US GetAd(2, 'l1', 120, 90, '/fil', ''); GetAd(3, 'l2', 120, 90, '/fil', ''); EMAIL ARTICLE LINK TO ARTICLE PRINT ARTICLE Article Published: Saturday, January 18, 2003 - 7:06:50 AM PST RELATED Carz n the hood Ferrell's big frat Greek comedy His ticket to the dance In your heart, you know he's funny ... Two trilogies reach colorful conclusions OTHER ARTICLES IN THIS SECTION World War II's big guns Worthy of promotion Of the first rank Not the same old tricks ... Family flix 2003 Film Preview DARKNESS FALLS: The name of the town is Darkness Falls. And they wonder why it's targeted by supernatural evil. (Columbia) POWER AND TERROR: NOAM CHOMSKY IN OUR TIMES: Documentary about the irrepressible leftist philosopher and his post 9-11 stances. (First Run Features) THE SLAUGHTER RULE: Football and depression in a bleak Montana winter. Ryan Gosling and David Morse play. (Cowboy Pictures) JAN. 31
Rebelski @ Chorlton Irish Club This immediately triggers smiles from the violinist and guitarist http://www.manchesteronline.co.uk/entertainment/music/livereviews/s/83/83745_reb
Extractions: Music Live Reviews Album Reviews Single Reviews ... live reviews Email to a Friend Your comments Wednesday, 10th March 2004 Lisa Durrant IF youâre Robbie Williams thereâs a lot to be said about going it alone; bags more cash, first pick of the girls and no rows with fellow band members about whoâs the cutest.
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