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 John Pickles Ancestors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
John Blackburn was born in 1847 in Halifax.
John Sugden was born in 1783 in Thornton.
John Waddington was born in 1646 in Keighley.
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 Nicholas John Shackleton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nicholas John Shackleton (23rd June 1937 - 24th January 2006) was a geologist specialising in the Quaternary Period.
He was a Professor in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge, working in the Godwin Institute for Quaternary Research.
He is probably best known for his contribution to the "Hayes, Imbrie and Shackleton" paper in Science in 1976 which, using ocean sediment cores, demonstrated that milankovitch cycles caused the glacial-interglacial cycles of the past few million years.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nicholas_John_Shackleton   (199 words)

 Ovations - John Barker   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
John's personal experience of running diverse business interests and dealing effectively with staff, professional colleagues and clients is evident in his presentation style.
John is the co–author of a number of systems books and manuals for real estate agencies.
John is the most experienced exponent of the DISC System in Australia.
www.ovations.com.au /bios/JohnBarker.shtml   (189 words)

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Wit: John Shackleton, John Sutcliff 13 Sep 1781 Samuel Crowther and Mary Crowther, btp.
Wit: John Shackleton, John Kershaw 18 Jul 1793 Samuel Crossley and Mary Barker, btp.
Pickles[?], John Marshall 8 Jun 1802 Henry Firth, Halifax, and Betty Barker Wit: John Ratcliff, John Stansfield 1 Jul 1802 John Dawson and Sarah Fielden, btp.
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 Ovations - John Williamson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
From the first song he wrote, Old Man Emu, to whatever his latest tale of life in the bush happens to be, John has been true to his roots and deliberately ignorant of fads and trends.
He hung his hat on Old Man Emu for most of the 1970s and, although in the entertainment industry full–time during that period, it wasn't until 1984 that he let go of the notion that he'd soon be back on the farm.
John Williamson is as accessible as his songs.
www.ovations.com.au /bios/JohnWilliamson.shtml   (407 words)

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Shackleton, N.J. (1975) The stratigraphic record of deep-sea cores and its implications for the assessment of glacials, interglacials, stadials and interstadials in the mid-Pleistocene.
Burckle, L.H., Clarke, D.B. and Shackleton, N.J. (1978) Isochronous last-abundant-appearance datum (LAAD) of the diatom Hemidiscus karstenii in the sub-Antarctic.
Shackleton, N.J. and Boersma, A. (1981) The climate of the Eocene ocean.
delphi.esc.cam.ac.uk /cvdata/NJScv.html   (8722 words)

 THE DISBROWS - Chapter 12: John Nicholas Disbrow (Later Years)
JOHN NICHOLAS DISBROW During all the years since the death of his favorite son, old Capt. John had been aging, if not mellowing, in the big house at the bottom of Maiden Lane.
Captain John thought of this boy as one of his own and always referred to him as "The Colonel." William Wallace is of note only because he accident- ally killed his wife while cleaning his shot gun.
JOHN NICHOLAS DISBROW and Temptations with which you are surrounded is the wish of your Father John N. Sunday, March 4th, 1877.
www.afn.org /~afn09444/genealog/disbrow/disbro12.html   (4551 words)

 Vyner Deeds (Wells of Galphay and Cowmiers)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
John Wells and Mary his wife agree to acknowledge and levy at the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster in Trinity Term next one or more fines unto William Aislabie of all the said released premises.
The closes at Cowmiers called the Well Garth, John Close, Well Close and the Orchard lying in the midst of the said closes, containing in all about 4 acres were intended by the said Henry the father to be given to his said three younger sons but by some casual means the same were omitted.
Sir John Mallory of Stubley, knight, and William Mallory, esquire, son and heir apparent of Sir John by their indenture of 15 September 1609 granted, bargained and sold to George Maulthouse (amongst other things) half of one close of meadow called Little Inges and Francis Wells (sic), lying within the fields of Galgagh als.
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 Shackleton movies
Alexandra Shackleton, and from Shackleton's biographer, Roland Huntford.
Shackleton had to fight just to get finance for the expedition, and it was all happening at a time when he was also facing desperate problems in his private life.
Alexandra Shackleton, the explorer's granddaughter and President of the James Caird Society, by the film's Executive Producer, Susanne Simpson, and by Dr. John Heap, former Chairman of the Scott-Polar Research Institute and presently Chairman of the U.K. Antarctic Heritage Trust.
www.jamescairdsociety.com /films.php   (3607 words)

 JS Online: A&E covers all sides of Shackleton's icy heroics
Last month, PBS aired an excellent two-hour biography on Shackleton, who died of a heart attack in 1922 on his last expedition.
Leading his own expedition in 1909, Shackleton made it to within about 100 miles of the South Pole, came home, wrote a book and was knighted for his exploits.
In his fourth one-man show, taped in February at a Broadway performance, this human firecracker talks about his loony parents and grandparents, his little brother, his summer as a Fresh Air Fund "underprivileged" kid and his various girlfriends, including his longtime significant other and the mother of his two kids.
www.jsonline.com /enter/tvradio/apr02/32859.asp?format=print   (818 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Shackleton's Way: Leadership Lessons from the Great Antarctic Explorer: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
In 1914, Shackleton led 27 men through a fight for their lives after they became stranded on an ice flow.
Shackleton's way gives us a "phenomenological" representation of leadership: a view of a leader in action from which we can take our own lessons.
As a result, Shackleton's Way ends up being too simple to be a good adventure saga or a good leadership book.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/1857883187   (1440 words)

 Avro Shackleton
Avro Shackleton developed from the classic Avro Lancaster, used by the Royal Air Force for 43 years before being replaced with the Boeing Sentry AEW.
Entering service in 1951, the Shackleton has been seen worldwide performing anti-submarine and search and rescue duties prior to the installation of the radar necessary for the airborne early warning role in 1972 wit No.8 squadron.
The last RAF unit to operate the Shackleton before its replacement with the long overdue Boeing Sentry AEW.
www.airforce-art.com /avro_shackleton.htm   (757 words)

 The Media Assault on Men - Part IV - Christopher Shackleton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
In answer to a complaint about this advert, Nicholas Brett, Publishing Director of the Radio Times said he found this "joke" amusing and "I hope that men these days are tough enough to take a joke at their own expense.
That's OK then Nicholas, feel free to use a public service brand name to insult men.
John Arlidge "Men Fight Back Over Sexist TV Adverts" (The Observer, 9th December 2001), quotes figures released by the ASA that show double the number of complaints by men during the last year, with a tenfold increase over the last 6 years.
www.angryharry.com /reKinghell7.htm   (6457 words)

 Lancashire OnLine Parish Clerk Project
John Driver, W. and Mary Roberts, L. Wit: Thos.
John Uttley, S. and Susan Marshall, T. Wit: Wm.
Wit: John Ratcliff, Abram Fielden, John Uttley, tp.,
www.lan-opc.org.uk /Todmorden/stmary/marriages_1781-1812.html   (227 words)

 Avro Shackleton
Avro Shackleton descendent of the Avro Lancaster shown in aviation art prints by leading aviation artist Ivan Berryman, Gerald Coulson and Geoff Lea.
The Shackleton was a development of the famous Avro Lancaster Bomber.
and the Shackleton was designed for use for coastal Command.
www.aviationartprints.com /avro_shackleton.htm   (864 words)

 JRUL: Special Collections Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
The John Rylands University Library of Manchester was formed in 1972 by the merger of the formerly independent John Rylands Library with Manchester University Library.
Normally the vast majority of these research resources are housed in the Deansgate Building of the former John Rylands Library, which is located in Manchester's city-centre.
Please note, however, that the John Rylands Library, Deansgate, is currently undergoing major refurbishment, and the Special Collections Division has transferred to the Main University Library, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PP.
rylibweb.man.ac.uk /data2/spcoll   (1451 words)

 LDS Film|Movies by Latter-day Saints|LDS Videos|Utah filmmakers
Download and listen to John and Nate talk about their experiences with LDS film, the indie film market, the business and the creative side of movie making, as well as their review of a movie review of an LDS film.
Posing as foreign exchange students, they are welcomed into the home of a fanatical religious family only to find that one of the girls they came for won’t be home for a week.
Intellectual Property: directed by Nicholas Peterson ("MuM", "Cookies for Harry"); director of photography: Nic Sadler; screenplay by Peterson and Hansen Smith; drama/thriller; An inventor (Christopher Masterson, who stars as "Francis" in the TV series "Malcolm in the Middle") must protect his inventions from becoming casualties of the Cold War.
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 Shackleton (2002) (TV)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
Plot Outline: The true story of Shackleton's 1914 Endurance expedition to the the South Pole and his epic struggle to lead his 28 man crew to safety after his ship was crushed in the pack ice.
Goofs: Crew or equipment visible: When Shackleton lifts up the binoculars to watch the Endurance being crushed by ice, a cameraman operating a camera is reflected in the lenses of the binoculars.
I have read about and watched documentary programs of this expedition and the hugely motivational and enigmatic Ernest Shackleton before seeing this version of it.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0272839/combined   (440 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Shackleton Search Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
The Shackleton Voyages: A Pictorial Anthology of the Polar Explorer and Edwardian Hero
Shackleton - End Of An Era / History Of Aviation [1984]
Shackleton's Footsteps: Antarctic Cruise -- Follow in the footsteps of Ernest Shackleton on a Antarctic and South Georgia cruise.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/external-search?tag=booksandvideo&keyword=Shackleton&mode=books-uk   (250 words)

 Luther by John Osborne, Olivier Theatre, 2001
He was a choral scholar at St. John's College, Cambridge, a lay clerk at Christ Church, Oxford and Westminster Cathedral before holding the post of Director of Music at the Brompton Oratory in London for five years.
As a conductor his recordings include the works of Robert Fayrfax, Nicholas Ludford, William Cornysh, Tomas Luis da Victoria and Giovanni Perluigi da Palestrina all with the ensemble The Cardinall's Musick.
(Nicholas Hytner) with Mike Walker, as well as for its transfer for Cameron Mackintosh Ltd, to the West End and Tokyo.
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Alice Steele, Port Stanley, wife of John; - Mrs.
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 Avro Shackleton
Aviation art print of the Royal Air Force Avro Shackleton patrols Britain's coastal waters.
The Avro Shackleton has now been replaced by the Boeing Sentry AEW.
Welcome to Cranston Fine Arts, Military, Naval and Aviation art print searchable database for use by customers of Cranston Fine Arts and authorised trade outlets around the world.
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 John McNabb's Quote of the Moment
"It is wrong to tell scientists that they can't cross the frontiers of new knowledge," Senator John Kerry, as reported by cnn
Nicholas of Cusa as quoted in Mendeleyev's Dream by Paul Strathern.
People are stupid; they can only rarely tell the difference between a lie and the truth, and yet they are confident they can, and so are all the easier to fool." Wizard's First Rule by Terry Goodkind.
gravity.psu.edu /~mcnabb/qotm   (5999 words)

 Max movie Menno Meyjes, John Cusack, Noah Taylor, Leelee Sobieski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
Shackleton, Blame It on the Bellboy, Danny, the Champion of the World
Nicholas Nickleby, Long Time Dead, The Fourth Angel
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 HOSTED  BY SAINT JOHN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-29)
John Bettles Kearney, NE – Diocese of Grand Island
Nicholas Phelps Keller, TX – Diocese of Fort Worth
Nicholas Truso Mahtomedi, MN – Archdiocese of St. Paul/Minneapolis
www.catholicyouthchoir.org /2002/choristers02.htm   (437 words)

 Avro Shackleton art prints
Aviation art print Avro Shackleton MR Mk2 - 150s by artist Barry Price depicting the take-off of a Short Stirling World War Two bomber.
Avro Shackleton MR.Mk2 - 150s by Barry Price
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