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Helford and Elyce
According to Elyce Rae Helford:
* Elyce Rae Helford ( 2001 ) " The Future of Political Community: Race, Ethnicity, and Class Privilege in Novels by Piercy, Gomez, and Misha ", Utopian Studies: Journal of the Society for Utopian Studies, v. 12, n. 2, pp. 124 – 42 ( 2001 ).

Helford and .
To the north, The Lizard peninsula is bordered by the civil parishes of Breage, Porthleven, Sithney, Helston, Wendron, Gweek and — across the Helford River — by Constantine, Kerrier and Mawnan.
The five main beaches starting next to Pendennis Castle and moving along the coast towards the Helford river are Castle, Tunnel, Gyllyngvase, Swanpool and Maenporth beaches.
This can be crossed at very low tide, but most walkers follow the lanes round the head of the creek to reach Dennis Head at the mouth of the Helford River.
To cross this wider river means following it inland to Helford where there is a ferry across to Helford Passage on the north bank.
Some people take a short cut from Gillan Creek to Helford by a path through Manaccan.
* Peterlee holds a two day event called the Peterlee Show, which is held at the end of the summer holidays ( usually the first weekend of September ) on Helford Road Cricket Ground, which is not far from Victor Pasmore's Apollo Pavilion.
It includes some 10 miles of coast from Nare Point at the mouth of the Helford River to Kennack Sands, and the Manacles offshore.
The show was executive produced by Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock and Bruce Helford.
The lowest part of the Fal along with the Helford River is designated as the Fal and Helford Special Area of Conservation under the Habitats Directive for the shallow bays and inlets, sandbanks and mudflats, and for its salt marshes.
Part of the area is also designated as an Important Plant Area and a SSSI ( Lower Fal & Helford Intertidal ) for the relatively undisturbed transitions from tidal mud through saltmarsh and scrub to woodland.
Gweek is at the head of navigation of the Helford River.
It is situated beside the Helford River four miles ( 6 km ) south of Falmouth.
Durgan is known for boating on the Helford River and the Fal estuary and was the home port of Captain George Vancouver.
The Helford River () is a ria ( flooded river valley ) located in Cornwall, England, UK, and not a true river.
There are seven creeks on the Helford, from west to east these are Ponsontuel Creek, Mawgan Creek, Polpenwith Creek, Polwheveral Creek, Frenchman's Creek, Port Navas Creek, and Gillan Creek, the best known of which is Frenchman's Creek, made famous by Daphne du Maurier in her novel of the same name.
The growth of eco and sustainable tourism has seen the development of tourism by Helford River Expeditions focusing on the natural surroundings.
The river is unique in that it is not wholly managed by a specific port or river authority but that it brings together major environmental groups and organisations interested in its, ( the rivers ) protection and development and introducing and recommending safe guards, such as Helford River Marine Conservation Group.
The main areas of settlement that adjoin the river are Gweek, Port Navas, Helford village, Helford Passage and Durgan.

Elyce and .
She is a member of the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit, and works alongside Tony Kovaleski, Stephen Stock, Jenna Susko, and Elyce Kirchner.

Rae and Gary
Following discussions with Chief Gary Potts, Rae agreed to participate in a road sit-in to protect a strand of old pine, a key aspect of the native claim.
* Fiona Rae & Gary Hume
Three world premieres took place at the Avalon including " The First Kiss " starring Gary Cooper and Fay Rae, which was filmed in Easton and St. Michaels.

Rae and Science
He is currently acting as the Liberal Critic for Industry and Consumer Affairs under interim leader Bob Rae and serves as Vice-Chair of the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology.
" ( Abridged reprint from Science and Theology: Questions at the Interface, edited by Murray Rae, Hilary Regan, and John Stenhouse ( T & T Clarke, Edinburgh, 1994 ), pp. 29-48 )
In 2009 Dr David Mulford was appointed as Headmaster and the College is presently preparing to celebrate its Sesquicentenary and the opening of two new buildings honouring two former Headmasters-The Lawrence Pyke Science Centre and The Tony Rae Resources Centre Library.

Rae and Press
* A Wild Salience: the Writing of Rae Armantrout ( Burning Press, 2000 ; ISBN 1-58711-025-3 ) — featuring essays and poems on or inspired by her work including pieces by Robert Creeley, Susan Wheeler, Hank Lazer, Bob Perelman, Lydia Davis, Lyn Hejinian, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Ron Silliman, Brenda Hillman, Fanny Howe and others
He made the announcement at the National Press Club, on the occasion of a speech by Rae on the environment.
* Rae, Nicol C. Southern Democrats ( Oxford University Press, 1994 )
Versed is a book of poetry written by Rae Armantrout and published by Wesleyan University Press in 2009 ( see 2009 in poetry ).
*( contributor ) The Grand Piano: An Experiment In Collective Autobiography ( with Bob Perelman, Barrett Watten, Steve Benson, Carla Harryman, Tom Mandel, Rae Armantrout, Kit Robinson, Lyn Hejinian, and Ted Pearson ) ( Mode A / This Press, 2007: ISBN 978-0-9790198-0-X )
* Kuchwara, Michael, " A Charlotte Rae Recording Is Born Again ", Associated Press, December 18, 2006.

Rae and 2005
In 2005, Rae wrote a report for the Liberal government of Dalton McGuinty on post-secondary education, commonly referred to as the Rae Report.
On November 23, 2005, Rae recommended further inquiry into the investigation and prosecution.
In July 2005, The Globe and Mail and the National Post both reported that Rae was again being considered for appointment to the position of Governor General.
In a July 2005 interview with Michael Valpy, Rae indicated that he was still committed to public life and public service.
On November 23, 2005, Rae presented his recommendations that there should be a formal but focused inquiry into the Air India disaster.
On August 24, 2005, the Toronto Star reported that Rae was under " mounting pressure " to run for the federal Liberals in the 2006 general election.
The four bands, Dogrib Rae Band, Whatí First Nation, Gaméti First Nation and Dechi Laot ’ i First Nation and the Dogrib Treaty 11 Council, ceased to exist on August 4, 2005 and have been succeeded by the Tlicho Government ( or Tåîchô Government ).
In 2005, the board consisted of: Laurent Dassault, André Desmarais, Paul Desmarais, Sr., Paul Desmarais, Jr., Anthony Graham, Don Mazankowski, Jerry Nickerson, James Nininger, Robert Parizeau, Michel Plessis-Bélair, John A. Rae, Amaury-Daniel de Seze and Emöke Szathmáry.
The filmmaker Heather Rae spent more than a decade making a documentary about Trudell, which was released in 2005.
On 12 August 2005, Pramod Rae said the party was experiencing financial difficulties.
Rae, a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was married to Gilbert Shawn ( 1921 — 2005 ) from September 2, 1955 until her death.
On August 9, 2005, Nikki Seder gave birth to a daughter, Myla Rae Seder.
The song was covered by Sneaker Pimps ( 2004 ), Corinne Bailey Rae ( 2006 ) and as an instrumental by Australian jazz pianist Barney McAll, on his album Mother of Dreams and Secrets ( 2005 ), as well as American jazz pianist Geoff Keezer on his Wildcrafted: Live at the Dakota album ( 2005 ).
* Mark Rae initially started a new recording partnership with Rhys Adams in 2005, under the name ARP ( Adams. Rae. Productions ).
In 2005 the Elder Conservatorium received a Classical Music Award ( from the Australasian Performing Rights Association ) for " outstanding contribution by an organisation " ( the only Australian music academy to have won such an award ), in recognition of its music program for the 2004 Adelaide Festival of Arts ( curated by Bodman Rae ).
* 2005 — Mrs Nerolie Withnall — Mrs Rae Sheridan — Mr Bruce Campbell

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