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* Alastair Lynch – Australian Rules Footballer who played 306 game for Fitzroy, Brisbane Bears and the Brisbane Lions, including the 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Grand Finals
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Alastair Graeme Lynch ( born 19 June 1968 ) is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played in the Australian Football League ( AFL ).
Football personalities and commentators who have newly signed or re-signed to be a part of the relaunched channel include Eddie McGuire ( who will commentate 1 non-Collingwood match a week and host his own talk show ), Gerard Healy, Paul Roos, Jason Dunstall, Dwayne Russell, Brad Johnson, Alastair Lynch, Tony Shaw, Liam Pickering, David King, Danny Frawley, Mark Ricciuto, Glen Jakovich, Anthony Hudson and Dermott Brereton.
Richard Hadley, Shaun Hart, Chris Johnson, Clark Keating, Nigel Lappin, Justin Leppitsch, Alastair Lynch, Dylan McLaren, Craig McRae, Mal Michael, Tim Notting, Martin Pike, Luke Power, Chris Scott, Michael Voss, and Darryl White.
Unable to take his place in the Lions side for the 2004 Grand Final, he was forced to watch from his hospital bed as his team failed to maintain a halftime lead over Port Adelaide due to injuries to key forwards Jonathan Brown and Alastair Lynch.
After John Hutton's inconsistent form at full-forward reached an end, Merrett's tired legs were moved permanently to the position where he was able to use his height and kicking abilities to spearhead the club as their leading goalkicker for many seasons before Alastair Lynch proved a suitable replacement.
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* Alastair Denniston ( 1921 – February 1942 ) ( continued as Deputy Director ( Diplomatic and Commercial ) until 1945 ).
Returning to Australia, Taylor made 1, 403 first-class runs at 70. 15 during the 1989 – 90 season, and ended 1989 with 1, 219 Test runs, thus becoming the first player to better one thousand Test runs in his debut calendar year, something only matched once by England opener Alastair Cook over 15 years later.
Alastair George Bell Sim, CBE ( 9 October 1900 – 19 August 1976 ) was a Scottish character actor who appeared in a string of classic British films.
* Alastair Windsor, 2nd Duke of Connaught and Strathearn ( 1914 – 1943 ), only son of the younger Prince Arthur, died unmarried
Alastair Arthur Windsor, 2nd Duke of Connaught and Strathearn ( formerly Prince Alastair of Connaught and Strathearn ; 9 August 1914 – 26 April 1943 ) was a member of the British Royal Family, a great-grandson of Queen Victoria through his father and great-great-grandson of Victoria through his mother.
Robert Alastair Addie ( 10 February 1960 – 20 November 2003 ) was an English actor who was best known for playing Sir Guy of Gisbourne in the television series Robin of Sherwood.
Forgan is the sixth chair of the trust ; her predecessors were John Scott ( 1936 – 48 ), Alfred Powell Wadsworth ( 1948 – 56 ), Richard Scott ( 1956 – 84 ), Alastair Hetherington ( 1984 – 89 ), and Hugo Young ( 1990 – 2003 ).
England – Samit Patel, Ravi Bopara, Tim Bresnan, Alastair Cook, Steven Davies, Luke Wright and Liam Plunkett
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* Einoder, Luke D. and Alastair M. M. Richardson ( 2007 ): Aspects of the Hindlimb Morphology of Some Australian Birds of Prey: A Comparative and Quantitative Study.
They followed this with the Blip 7 ", the Alastair Galbraith Australian tour split 7 " and the Swish CD EP.
In addition to her Australian aunt Vanessa ( Dolore Whiteman ), her English maternal grandfather Andrew Verney ( Frederick Hall ) was seen to live in the village of Little Hodcombe in The Awakening, and her English cousin Colin Frazer ( Alastair Cumming ) was terrorised by Omega whilst back-packing in Amsterdam during Arc of Infinity.
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Dr. Alastair Northedge, a British archaeologist who wrote a book about findings in ' Anah, wrote that the minaret is ' commonly attributed to the Uqaylid ( dynasty ) and the 5th / 11th century ( AH / AD ), though ... more probably of the 6th / 12th century.
Flat glass for windows and similar applications is formed by the float glass process, developed between 1953 and 1957 by Sir Alastair Pilkington and Kenneth Bickerstaff of the UK's Pilkington Brothers, who created a continuous ribbon of glass using a molten tin bath on which the molten glass flows unhindered under the influence of gravity.
Alastair Boyd, one of the researchers who uncovered the hoax, argues that the Loch Ness Monster is real, and that although the famous photo was hoaxed, that does not mean that all the photos, eyewitness reports, and footage of the monster were as well.
As Alastair Norcross has said, “ suppose that Homer is faced with the painful choice between saving Barney from a burning building or saving both Moe and Apu from the building … it is clearly better for Homer to save the larger number, precisely because it is a larger number … Can anyone who really considers the matter seriously honestly claim to believe that it is worse that one person die than that the entire sentient population of the universe be severely mutilated?
A similar approach was taken by Canadian astronomer Alastair G. W. Cameron and American astronomer William R. Ward, who suggested that the Moon was formed by the tangential impact upon Earth of a body the size of Mars.
* In 2003, Alastair Campbell ( who was Director of Communications and Strategy from 1997-2003 for the UK PM ) in his memoirs The Blair Years: The Alastair Campbell Diaries alleged that two bugs were discovered in the hotel room meant for visiting British PM Tony Blair planted by Indian intelligence agencies. The alleged bug discovery was at a hotel during PM Tony Blair's official visit to New Delhi in 2001.
There were several private owners after that, including Alastair de Watteville, a descendant of Colin MacDonald who wrote a book about the island, until finally it was gifted to the National Trust for Scotland by Jock Elliott Jr. of New York in 1986 as an imaginative way to honour the 60th birthday of his wife, Eleanor.
At 8pm EST on Friday 14 January 2011 the latest attempt at the longest hand-shake commenced in New York Times Square and the existing record was smashed by semi-professional world record-breaker Alastair Galpin and Don Purdon from New Zealand and Nepalese brothers Rohit and Santosh Timilsina who agreed to share the new record after 33 hours and 3 minutes.
A few managed to comply promptly but others did not, including Alastair Maclain, 12th Chief of Glencoe, who waited until the last day before setting out to take the oath.
She was baptised at the Church of St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham, by the Bishop of Norwich, on 23 December 1990, she was the first royal baby to have a public christening, and her godparents were James Ogilvy ( her father's second cousin ), Captain Alastair Ross ( who was unable to attend ), Mrs Ronald Ferguson ( her maternal grandfather's 2nd wife ), Mrs Patrick Dodd-Noble, and Miss Louise Blacker.
It was coordinated by Alastair Campbell, who centralised the party's communications and used his experience in journalism to achieve positive media relations.
Famous sports people include Alastair Kellock, Scotland cap, lock and captain of Rugby Union side Glasgow Warriors in the Magners League who attended Bishopbriggs High School.
This excluded Alastair, who was only a great-grandson of a sovereign ( and was not the eldest living son of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales ).
* Alastair Pearson, a British Army officer who received his four awards within the space of two years during the Second World War.
Lismore is the home of the highland Clan MacLea, whose chief, is now Niall Livingstone of Bachuil, Baron of the Bachuil, who succeeded his father Alastair Livingstone of Bachuil, who died on 29 February 2008.
She is married to Alastair Osborne, who was Labour candidate in the same Ayr constituency in 1992 that Mrs Osborne won in 1997.
Following the February 2004 relaunch, presenters included ITN veteran Alastair Stewart who hosted the flagship Live with Alastair Stewart programme every weekday morning.