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Dutch portrait and genre painter who endowed his portraits with vitality and humor (1580?-1666)

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Robin Ellis as Ross Poldark, below left, and as judge Reverend Halse chatting during |filming with the current Ross Poldark, played by newcomer Aidan Turner, below right
As Kathy, Halse has a beautiful voice, but her dancing was less impressive.
Ms Halse joins DTZ from the Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group where she was a senior estates surveyor, managing a diverse portfolio of retail properties in London and the South East.
Laurie Halse Anderson brings teens to life in her books, and Hayley is no exception.
One of the many reasons I adore Laurie Halse Anderson's books is the realism; she depicts teens, zits and all.
A panel of 12 children's librarians judged the shortlist of eight titles, which also included Nation by Terry Pratchett; Fever Crumb by Philip Reeve; The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness; Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson; The Vanishing of Katharina Linden by Helen Grant; Rowan the Strange by Julie Hearn; and Revolver by Marcus Sedgwick.
Laurie Halse Anderson is the author of many best-selling novels, including Speak and Fever 1793.
Ms Budden took a bunch of flowers from six-year-old Kiara Gascoigne, who had travelled with her mother Jenny, 30, from their home in Woodford Halse, Northamptonshire, to pay their respects.
Laurie Halse Anderson writes vividly about slavery existing in the same time and place as our nation fought for freedom--and not in the Southern colonies where we might expect this story to take place, but in New York City.
Halse (education, University of Western Sydney, Australia) describes the experiences and challenges faced by teenaged girls with anorexia nervosa and their families.
John Halse, head of business and industry development at Enterprise Northland, the regional economic development agency for the Northland region, is one such advocate.
Warren Blackwell, 36, of Byfield Road, Woodford Halse, Northamptonshire, was convicted at Northampton Crown Court in October 1999 of indecently assaulting a woman early on New Year's Day 1999 and jailed for three years.
Insp Martin Halse said: "It is too early to draw conclusions, but we are very concerned about her.
The book includes biographical sketches, photos, selected bibliographies and lists of resources for 45 authors and illustrators, including Laurie Halse Anderson, Haemi Balgassi, Toni Buzzeo, David Diaz, Kate DiCamillo, Linda Sue Park, Chris Soentpiet, Anastasia Suen and Simms Taback.
However, in line with my earlier assessment, I expect continued growth as well as improvement in operating income and margin for the whole year, although the margin will probably not reach our long-term 10% objective until next year," commented Bengt Halse, CEO of Saab.