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His three-round total of 210 was three strokes better than the next best score, a 213 by Bill Collins, the tall and deliberate Baltimorean who had been playing very well all winter long.
Australian captain Herbie Collins was stripped of all captaincy positions down to club level, and some accused him of throwing the match.
Collins decided to record it in the late 1960s amid an atmosphere of counterculture introspection ; she was part of an encounter group that ended a contentious meeting by singing " Amazing Grace " as it was the only song to which all the members knew the words.
Collins, who has a history of alcohol abuse, claimed that the song was able to " pull her through " to recovery.
The tempo of their arrangement was slowed to allow for the bagpipes, but it was based on Collins ': it began with a bagpipe solo introduction similar to her lone voice, then it was accompanied by the band of bagpipes and horns, whereas in her version she is backed up by a chorus.
Kennedy's goal was accomplished on the Apollo 11 mission when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed their Lunar Module ( LM ) on the Moon on July 20, 1969 and walked on its surface while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit in the command spacecraft, and all three landed safely on Earth on July 24.
The 1960 Hollywood film version of the story, Esther and the King, was directed by Raoul Walsh and starred Joan Collins and Richard Egan.
He was with the station at its launch, and while it was being tested during the previous year, under the name Network Y. Charles has also hosted the stations Breakfast Show ( 2004 ) and has sat in for Andrew Collins, Phil Wilding, Phill Jupitus and Radcliffe & Maconie.
At the end of November, a meeting was held in the rooms of Canon John Collins, chaired by the editor of the New Statesman, Kingsley Martin, to launch the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Collins was chosen as its Chairman, Bertrand Russell as its President and Peggy Duff as its organising secretary.
The Committee of 100 was created as a separate organisation partly for that reason and partly because of personal animosity between Collins and Russell.
Cy Young's career is seen as a bridge from baseball's earliest days to its modern era ; he pitched against stars such as Cap Anson, already an established player when the National League was first formed in 1876, as well as against Eddie Collins, who played until 1930.
After her death, his widow, Genevieve Collins Linebarger, was interred with him on November 16, 1981.
The team, which was composed of Earnhardt, Earnhardt, Jr., Andy Pilgrim, and Kelly Collins, finished 4th overall and 2nd in class.
In late 1954, Gen. J. Lawton Collins was made ambassador to " Free Vietnam " ( the term South Vietnam came into use in 1955 ), effectively elevating the country to sovereign status.
His PI, Dan Fortune, was consistently involved in the same sort of David-and-Goliath stories that Hammett, Chandler, and Macdonald wrote, but Collins took a sociological bent, exploring the meaning of his characters ' places in society and the impact society had on people.
My arguments perverted some others, particularly Collins and Ralph ; but each of them having afterwards wrong'd me greatly without the least compunction, and recollecting Keith's conduct towards me ( who was another freethinker ) and my own towards Vernon and Miss Read, which at times gave me great trouble, I began to suspect that this doctrine, tho ' it might be true, was not very useful.
In the United States in the 1930s, distributism was treated in numerous essays by Chesterton, Belloc and others in The American Review, published and edited by Seward Collins.
Argentine boxer Carlos Monzon, who didn't have a clear diction, had his voice dubbed by a professional actor when he played the lead in the drama La Mary, and Gert Frobe, who played Auric Goldfinger in the James Bond film of that name ( Goldfinger ) was because of his heavy German accent dubbed by Michael Collins.
On February 3, 2012 it was announced that actress Jane Levy, who currently stars in the television series Suburgatory, would be replacing Lily Collins as the star of the upcoming remake.

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Remey was appointed president of the council in March, with Amelia Collins as vice-president, then in December 1951 Remey was appointed a Hand of the Cause.
Legal notables who have been honorary fellows of the college include the late Sir John Smith, the pre-eminent criminal lawyer of his generation, the first solicitor to be appointed to the Court of Appeal and House of Lords, Lord Collins of Mapesbury and Sir Robert Jennings, former President of the International Court of Justice.
These were Arthur Marriott ( 53 ), partner of the London office of the American law firm of Wilmer Cutler and Pickering, and Dr Lawrence Collins ( 55 ), a partner of the City law firm of Herbert Smith who was subsequently appointed as a High Court Judge and ultimately Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
Court records show him pleading before Lord Mansfield in the Court of King's Bench soon after his election, and acting as counsel in Tonson v Collins, a copyright case, Thiquet v Bath, an important case on international law, and R v d ' Eon, acting for the prosecution in a feud over Louis XV's newly appointed cross-dressing Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
* Philip Mark ( Lewis Collins ) The brutal former Head Forester of Lincolnshire who is appointed by King John to take Robert de Rainault's place as Sheriff of Nottingham
Collins first became involved in politics in 1965 when he was appointed assistant general-secretary of Fianna Fáil.
Collins was appointed Minister for Posts and Telegraphs.
Collins, at thirty-eight years of age, was one of the youngest members of Jack Lynch's new cabinet and was appointed Minister for Justice.
' G. Collins and Sons were appointed the new Crown Jewellers.
Following the outbreak of war with Japan, Collins was appointed Commodore Commanding China Force, the RN-RAN cruiser and destroyer force based in Batavia, Dutch East Indies, under the American-British-Dutch-Australian Command.
Collins was then appointed Senior Naval Officer, Western Australia, based at Fremantle.
In 1897 he was appointed, jointly with Lord Justice Collins, to represent Great Britain on the Venezuela Boundary Commission, which met in Paris in the spring of 1899.
At this meeting the Anglo-Irish Treaty was ratified by the Irish side in accordance with the Treaty, the Provisional Government was elected and Michael Collins was appointed its Chairman.
Despite a generally successful tenure as Controller, Collins resigned from the BBC in October 1950, when one of the Corporation ’ s radio executives, George Barnes, was appointed as his superior – he believed that he, as Controller of Television, should not have to answer to a man whose background was in sound broadcasting.
His appointment caused the resignation of the Controller of Programmes, Norman Collins, who disagreed with a man whose background was in sound broadcasting being appointed as his superior in the television service.
After Collins left the BBC in 1950 in protest at George Barnes being appointed as his superior, McGivern was elevated to succeed him as controller of programmes.
Collins was appointed commanding officer of the 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment in 2001, and earned the nickname " Nails " among his men.
In 1997, the Republican conference appointed Susan Collins of Maine as the first woman to chair the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations ; Collins holds Smith's Senate seat.
On 24 September, 2012, Kelly Ortberg, previous executive vice president and chief operating officer of Rockwell Collins Government Systems was appointed as president of the company.
She was elected, and her term was due to start on 1 July 2008 when Ray's term expired, but he resigned on 5 May 2008 and Collins was appointed to the casual vacancy and sworn into the Senate later that month.
Collins was appointed director of football at Livingston in February 2012.
The current archbishop is Thomas Christopher Collins, appointed by Pope Benedict XVI on 16 December 2006.

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