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In 1997, Derek Fowlds reprised the role of Bernard Woolley to read Antony Jay's How To Beat Sir Humphrey: Every Citizen's Guide To Fighting Officialdom.
Antony Jay's How to Beat Sir Humphrey: Every Citizen's Guide to Fighting Officialdom ( ISBN 0-9528285-1-0 ) was published in April 1997.
Garrick as Kitely in Sir Joshua Reynolds ' play Every Man in his Humour
Every one but Mr. Philby melted away, and we two turned to Sir Percy breathless with excitement.
Every year he exhibited work of one class or another: occasionally a public monument in the round, like those of Pasquale Paoli ( 1798 ) or Captain Montague ( 1802 ) for Westminster Abbey, of Sir William Jones for University College, Oxford ( 1797 – 1801 ), of Nelson or Howe for St Paul's Cathedral ; more often memorials for churches, with symbolic Acts of Mercy or illustrations of Scripture texts, both commonly in low relief ( 1801 ), Miss Cromwell, Chichester ( 1800 ), Mrs Knight, Milton, Cambridge ( 1802 ), and many more ; and these pious labours he would vary from time to time with a classical piece like those of his earliest predilection.
Every time he was called to speak by the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Alan Haselhurst, he was referred to as ' Mr. John Sweeney ', although Swinney noticeably never corrected this.
According to the conductor Sir Thomas Beecham, " Every three or four minutes some fascinating young female fell into the fountain and had to be rescued by a chivalrous swain.
The priority that Winston Churchill placed on the development and deployment of radar is described by Sir Bernard Lovell: < nowiki > Every day < nowiki > would phone or Dee, asking " any news, any problems " these would be dealt with by Renwick's immediate access to Churchill </ nowiki >.

Sir and resident
The previous flag ( with the Gilberts ) was also based on the Union Flag but with the coat of arms created by Sir Arthur Grimble in 1932, the resident commissioner of the British colony.
Another prominent resident of Birchwood Road was the Welsh Baritone Sir Geraint Evans, and the toastmaster Ivor Spencer also lived nearby.
Ulverston's most visible landmark is Hoad Monument, a concrete structure built in 1850 to commemorate statesman and local resident Sir John Barrow.
He, however, died within two months of work beginning, and was succeeded by his son, John, later Sir John Rennie, who had as his resident engineer a fellow Scot, the seasoned marine builder, David Logan, who had assisted Robert Stevenson at the Bell Rock Lighthouse ( 1807 – 1810 ).
During the latter half of the 18th century and the early 19th century, Admiral Sir William Luard was the town's most prominent citizen, a resident of Chipping Hill and a founder and patron of St. Nicolas ' Church.
Brindley was commissioned as the consulting engineer and, although he has often been credited as the genius behind the construction of the canal, it is now thought that the main designers were Sir Thomas Egerton himself, who had some engineering training, and the resident engineer John Gilbert.
There were brief appearances by Geoffrey Russell ( Sir Henry Thorpe ), Desmond Llewelyn ( Sir Charles Thorpe, father of Sir Henry ); Mark Eden ( Detective Chief Inspector Charles Parker, Wimsey's brother in law ), John Duttine ( Wally Pratt, bellringer ) and Kenneth Colley (" Potty " Peake, local resident )
:" Mr. Smith, a surveyor in the Colonial Engineer Department, was on duty inspecting the road down to the Tugela, near Fort Buckingham, which had been made a few years ago by order of Sir Garnet Wolseley, and accompanied by Mr. Deighton, a trader, resident at Fort Buckingham, went down to the ford across the Tugela.
British troops were moved up to support the Griquas, and after a skirmish at Zwartkopjes ( 2 May 1845 ) a new arrangement was made between Kok and Sir Peregrine Maitland, then governor of Cape Colony, virtually placing the administration of his territory in the hands of a British resident, a post filled in 1846 by Captain H. D. Warden.
Sir Walter Scott, Hugh Blair, Henry Mackenzie, Lord Woodhouselee, William Robertson, John Home, Robert Fergusson, and Dugald Stewart were resident in Edinburgh, and were all painted by Raeburn.
Possibly Dunoon's most famous resident was Sir Harry Lauder ( 1870 – 1950 ), whose mansion, Laudervale, stood just south of Dunoon on Bullwood Road.
# Sir Edmund William Godfrey, a resident of Greenberry Hill, London, is murdered by vagrants named Joseph Green, Stanley Berry, and Daniel Hill.
However, these were largely honourary appointments ; in reality, the Queen never saw any of them except the senior physician, then Sir William Jenner, and her resident medical attendant.
The remark was intended as a joke, being a reference to a Chinese resident called Wong who was wrongly threatened with deportation, and a Liberal MP, Sir Thomas White.
* Sir John Wentworth, provincial governor of New Hampshire ( summer resident )
Sir Horace Mann, 1st Baronet, a British resident in Florence, recalled in a letter that " The common people are convinced she went off in a hurricane of wind ; a most violent one began this morning and lasted for about two hours, and now the sun shines as bright as ever ..." The royal line of the House of Medici went extinct with her death.
The last Lawless died in 1795, whereupon the lands became the possession of the third Sir William Domvile, resident of nearby Loughlinstown House.
2012 is the 500th anniversary of the birth of Queen Katherine Parr and a series of events is planned at Sudeley Castle to commemorate its most remarkable former resident, including a new exhibition with a film introduced by Sir David Starkey, talks by writers and historians and Tudor Fun Days.
The London County Council's resident engineer, Sir Alexander Binnie, submitted a design for a steel bridge, which proved unpopular.
Patrick went to work for his father and worked on Meik's harbours at Burntisland and Bo ' ness on the river Forth in Scotland before being asked by Sir Benjamin Baker to be resident engineer ( 1882 – 1885 ) on the foundations and piers of the Forth Bridge ( designed by Baker and Sir John Fowler ).
William Halcrow, later Sir Willam Halcrow, joined the company and took up the position of assistant resident engineer at the Kinlochleven project.

Sir and city
Mu Bai, intending to give up his warrior life, asks Shu Lien to transport his sword, also referred to as the Green Destiny, to the city of Peking, as a gift for their friend Sir Te ( Sihung Lung ).
" In August 1777, General Sir William Howe led a British army through Delaware on his way to a victory at the Battle of Brandywine and capture of the city of Philadelphia.
In 1586, Sir Francis Drake captured the city of Santo Domingo, collecting a ransom for its return to Spanish rule.
There are several theatres within the city centre, and various world famous actors have emerged from the Dublin theatrical scene, including Noel Purcell, Sir Michael Gambon, Brendan Gleeson, Stephen Rea, Colin Farrell, Colm Meaney and Gabriel Byrne.
Famous authors of the city include Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Muriel Spark, author of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, James Hogg, author of The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner, Ian Rankin, author of the Inspector Rebus series of crime thrillers, J. K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, who began her first book in an Edinburgh coffee shop, Adam Smith, economist, born in Kirkcaldy, and author of The Wealth of Nations, Sir Walter Scott, the author of famous titles such as Rob Roy, Ivanhoe and Heart of Midlothian, Robert Louis Stevenson, creator of Treasure Island, Kidnapped and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Irvine Welsh, author of Trainspotting.
Famous city artists include the portrait painters Sir Henry Raeburn, Sir David Wilkie and Allan Ramsay.
From the eighteenth century, Spanish sources reported that immediately after the takeover of the city, Sir George Rooke, the British admiral, on his own initiative caused the British flag to be hoisted, and took possession of the Rock in name of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, whose government ratified the occupation.
The Lord Mayor of the city, Sir John Lawrence, also decided to stay in the city.
A section of Bernard Ratzer's map of New York and its suburbs, made circa 1766 for Sir Henry Moore, 1st Baronet | Henry Moore, Royal Governor of New York, when Greenwich was more than two miles from the city.
Sir Peter Warren began accumulating land in 1731 and built a frame house capacious enough to hold a sitting of the Assembly when smallpox rendered the city dangerous in 1739.
What was originally a self-standing village ( which has now been subsumed within the city ) lies to the north of the toll bridge, originally built by Sir Piers Edgcumbe in 1525, that crossed what used to be the Deadlake or Stonehouse Creek, to the west of Pennycomequick, the south of Stoke village and to the east of Stoke Church.
* October 6 – 12 October – Massachusetts Puritans led by Sir William Phips besiege the city of Quebec.
* August 5 – Sir Humphrey Gilbert, in what is now the city of St John's, Newfoundland, claims the island of Newfoundland on behalf of England, marking the beginning of the British Empire.
The law was named after Sir Thomas Gresham, a sixteenth century financial agent of the English Crown in the city of Antwerp, to explain to Queen Elizabeth I what was happening to the English shilling.
Although the city was not entitled to any seats in the Commons, those gathered decided to elect Sir Charles Wolseley Birmingham's " legislatorial representative.
Eventually, the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Sir Robert Baker, ordered that the official route be abandoned and the cortège passed through the city.
On 30 September 1642 Parliamentarians led by Sir Robert Harley and Henry Grey, 1st Earl of Stamford occupied the city without opposition.
The city was again occupied briefly from 23 April to 18 May 1643 by Parliamentarians commanded by Sir William Waller but it was in 1645 that the city saw most action.
In 1586, Sir Francis Drake, also of England, and nephew of Hawkins, came with a strong fleet and quickly took the city.
British historian Frederick Taylor mentions a further memo sent to the Chiefs of Staff Committee by Sir Douglas Evill on 1 February, in which Evill states interfering with mass civilian movements was a major, even key, factor in the decision to bomb the city center.

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