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Miles and Gilbert
Television in Australia began experimentally as early as 1929 in Melbourne with stations 3DB and 3UZ using the Radiovision system by Gilbert Miles and Donald McDonald, and later from other locations, such as Brisbane in 1934.
Miles Gilbert, Paul Gilbert's brother, a graphic designer and draftsman, helped the fledgling company by designing the company's logo.
Geoff Miles was appointed as the team's inaugural coach and Phil Gilbert was named captain.
Hensley's stage career began in the early 1990s with roles such as Pitkin in On the Town, Joe in The Most Happy Fella, and Miles Gloriosus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, He has also sung in the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas Pirates of Penzance and Patience and in the operas Carmen, Faust, La bohème and Don Giovanni.
Robert Gilbert of All About Jazz praised Porgy and Bess, stating " one of many great albums that Miles Davis recorded over his lifetime.
Gilbert is also believed to be related to Miles Crispin of Wallingford.

Miles and Tim
" The cast included Gary Oldman as Rosencrantz, Tim Roth as Guildenstern, Richard Dreyfuss as the Player, Joanna Roth as Ophelia, Ian Richardson as Polonius, Joanna Miles as Gertrude, Donald Sumpter as Claudius, and Iain Glen as Hamlet.
In 2006, Sarandon and ten of her relatives ( including her then-partner Tim Robbins and her son Miles ) travelled to Wales to trace her family's Welsh genealogy.
Z ' EV cited Christopher Tree ( Spontaneous Sound ), John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Tim Buckley, Jimi Hendrix, and Captain Beefheart, among others together with Tibetan, Balinese, Javanese, Indian, and African music as influential in his artistic life.
* Tim Miles, basketball coach, U of Nebraska.
Tim Miles was hired on March 24, 2012 as the next head men's basketball coach at Nebraska.
Sir Timothy Miles Bindon " Tim " Rice ( born 10 November 1944 ) is a
The film was released on DVD in October 2007, together with a 30 minute featurette with presenter Tim Brinton and writers David Ambrose and Christopher Miles who also directed Alternative 3 ; a production stills gallery ; and contemporary press cuttings presented in the form of slowly-scrolling rostrum camera shots.
* Miles Franklin Award: Tim Winton, Dirt Music
Other original characters were Chris's partner in their building business, Nick Trip ( Barry McCormick ), Melanie's bubbly best friend Claire Toomey ( Tina Hall ), Annie's baby-obsessed best friend Maria Simons ( Annie Miles ), and Duncan's loyal drinking partners Tim Webster ( Idris Elba ) and Roy ( Miles Petit ).
Included in the line-up of over fifty performers were The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, The Doors, Ten Years After, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Joni Mitchell, The Moody Blues, Melanie, Donovan, Free, Chicago, Richie Havens, John Sebastian, Leonard Cohen, Jethro Tull, Taste and Tiny Tim.
Billy Graham, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Lt. Col. Oliver North, Steve Forbes, Leonard Davidson, former US Senator Jesse Helms, Sam Donaldson, John R. Rice, Rabbi Eric Yoffie, CEO William S. Simon, Elisabeth Elliot ( wife of the late missionary Jim Elliot ), Skip Erickson, Freddie Gage, Adrian Rogers, governor Tim Kaine, Sean Hannity, Neurosurgeon Ben Carson, Pastors ; Mel White, Mark Driscoll, Josh Mcdowell, Miles McPherson, Rick Warren, Steven Furtick and Francis Chan, Entertainers / Athletes in pro-wrestler Lex Luger, Bobby Bowden, Lou Holtz, Carrie Prejean, Allan Houston, and Candace Cameron Bure, Douglas Gresham, Gianna Jessen, Clint Hubbard and 2008 Presidential candidates Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul.
* Tim Patalan-mixing on " Rotting Piñata ", " Neenah Menasha ", " Miles " and " Molly "
* Tim Curry Ian Miles, rock star ( 1 episode, 1989 )
matinees ), Adrienne Leonetti as Marie, Steven Alex-Cole as Max, Dennis Warning as Herman, Dean Badolato as Clem, David Miles as Jake, Kevin Wilson as Al, Stephen Dubov as Sheriff, Gene Varrone as Guiseppe, Darren Nimnicht as Pasquale, Tim Flavin as Busboy, Dan O ' Sullivan as Postman, Franco Spoto as Ciccio, Joe McGrath as Doctor, Lawrence Asher as Priest, Michael Capes as Bus Driver, Bill Hastings as Cashier / brakeman, Louisa Flaningam as Cleo, and Richard Muenz as Joe.
* Tim Winton's novel Dirt Music wins the Miles Franklin Award
This album again featured the collaboration of multiple producers: Nick Hexum, John Feldmann, Tim Armstrong, Miles Hurwitz, Mike Green, John Paulsen, and Paul Ruxton ( Paulsen and Ruxton of the San Francisco producer-collective Talking House, to whom the album is dedicated in the CD liner notes ).
* Tim Winton's novel Cloudstreet wins the Miles Franklin Award
The story of the battle and the role of Captain John is detailed in the book " Twelve Desperate Miles, the Epic WWII Voyage of the SS Contessa ", by Tim Brady, 2012, Crown Publishing Group
* Tim Winton's novel Shallows wins the Miles Franklin Award
It was conceived by Professor Tim Lang, at the Sustainable Agriculture Food and Environment ( SAFE ) Alliance and first appeared in print in a report “ The Food Miles Report: The dangers of long-distance food transport ”, researched and written by Angela Paxton.
It was conceived by Professor Tim Lang, at the Sustainable Agriculture Food and Environment ( SAFE ) Alliance and first appeared in print in a report “ The Food Miles Report: The dangers of long-distance food transport.

Miles and Horton
Robert Horton carries the cast lead in the segment, and Mike Connors appears as Miles Borden, Dora's erstwhile love interest but a corrupt United States Army lieutenant bitter over his meager $ 54-per-month pay.
Toby Horton, Miles Bartaby, and Stephen Lambe.

Miles and January
It was adapted to a longer play, and staged by Miles at London's Mermaid Theatre, making its debut on 31 January 1963.
* January 8 Miles Sindercombe and his group of disaffected Levellers are betrayed in their attempt to assassinate Oliver Cromwell by blowing up the Palace of Whitehall in London and arrested.
Myles Coverdale ( also spelt Miles Coverdale ) ( c. 1488 20 January 1569 ) was a 16th-century Bible translator who produced the first complete printed translation of the Bible into English.
Various medals were awarded to the several participating police officers, including one posthumously to Miles and the George Cross to Fairfax, in January 1953.
Miles Beresford Kington ( 13 May 1941 30 January 2008 ) was a British journalist, musician ( a double bass player for Instant Sunshine and other groups ) and broadcaster.
On January 8, 1877 Colonel Miles and infantry units engaged in one of the last battles of the Great Sioux War of 1876-77 near Birney, Montana in the Tongue River Valley.
Sherman Miles scouted the disputed region between river and mountains in January and February 1919 and made the crucial recommendation that the Karavanke frontier should be retained, thus opening the possibility of a plebiscite.
Mr. Justice Wynn-Parry adjourned the petition of Titanine Ltd., for the winding up of Miles Aircraft Ltd., until 19 January 1948, on the grounds that the company had showed prima facie reasons for not yet having formulated a reorganization scheme.
* January 13 Northwest Airlines Flight 1, a Lockheed 14H Super Electra, crashes into a ravine shortly after takeoff from Miles City Municipal Airport in Miles City, Montana, killing all four people on board.
* The song's first verse was sung by the character Miles O ' Brien ( Colm Meaney ) in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode " The Wounded " ( air date January 28, 1991 ).
She was born Juliet Reilly in Shreveport, Louisiana, the youngest of two daughters born to Joseph Homer Reilly ( July 26, 1877 January 18, 1958 ) and Lily Pearl Miles ( December 19, 1877 March 13, 1957 ) ( later known as Broadway actress Charlotte Shelby ).
The airfield was declared operational on 15 January 1942, with the Miles Masters, Airspeed Oxfords and Hawker Hurricanes of No. 286 ( AA Cooperation ) Squadron becoming resident, in their duties to provide realistic exercises to ground anti-aircraft defences.
After sitting out his ten-game suspension, Miles made his season debut with the team on January 4, 2009, playing the last 1: 46 in a 102 82 win against the Dallas Mavericks.
On January 7, after collecting only 2 rebounds and 2 blocks in 9 minutes over two games, Miles was waived.
On January 9, following a controversy over his re-signing, the Grizzlies signed Miles to a 10-day contract.
The next game, against the Cavaliers on January 14, Miles played 14 minutes and exhibited some of the quickness and leaping ability he once possessed.
On January 30, 2009 the Grizzlies signed Miles for the rest of the 2008 09 season.
On January 8, 2009, after Miles played six pre 2008-2009-season games with the Celtics and two before being released from a non-guaranteed contract by the Grizzlies, the Portland Trail Blazers threatened to sue any of the other 29 NBA teams that picked up Miles and played him specifically to adversely impact their salary cap and tax positions.
After a directive from the NBA Commissioner's office the next day declaring that any team could sign Miles and the League would approve the contract, the Memphis Grizzlies re-signed Miles on January 10, 2009 to a 10-day non-guaranteed contract.
Miles then re-signed two more 10-day contracts with the Grizzlies before being signed for the rest of the 2008 09 season on January 30, 2009.
However, it made little impact on London's theatrical scene for over a year, when it was adapted to a longer play and Bernard Miles put it on at the Mermaid Theatre, where it was first performed on 31 January 1963 before transferring several weeks later to the Duke of York's Theatre in London's West End.

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