Ian Smith

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Rhodesian statesman who declared independence of Zimbabwe from Great Britain (born in 1919)

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ON SONG: Doing their bit for the Carers Trust are (left to right) Kevin Smith, Ian Keenan (kneeling), Terry Fry, Maggie Langan, Patricia House and Stuart Walker
They've also performed alongside Lesley Garrett, Elton John, Evelyn Glennie, James Morrison, Phil Smith, Ian Bousfield, andHayley Westenra.
London, July 26 ( ANI ): The Man Booker Prize longlist for 2012 has snubbed the "old guard" with Rose Tremain, Zadie Smith, Ian McEwan and Martin Amis failing to make the cut.
GENTLEMEN: Songsters (left to right) John Deane, John Smith, Ian Rawlings and Paul Whitehead.
The Festival has gained accolades from world renowned authors such as Alexander McCall Smith, Ian Rankin and Vikram Seth.
Ante la imposibilidad de consultar el Codice de Vivar directamente, Funes presenta su edicion con ciertas reservas y prefiere considerarla como una "edicion metacritica" mas que una edicion "critica" a secas, pues el aparato de variantes se apoya en una revision minuciosa de los textos criticos de ediciones previas prestigiosas (las de Menendez Pidal, Colin Smith, Ian Michael, Jules Horrent, Pedro Catedra y Bienvenido Morros, Alberto Montaner, Francisco Marcos Marin y eukene Lacarra Lanz).
Smith, Ian Street, Justin Torres, Lee Turnbull, Maurieio Villalobos.
In my day Liverpool had stars like Roger Hunt, Ian St John, Ron Yeats, Tommy Smith, Ian Callaghan and Chris Lawler.
Ron Green, Richard Green, Stuart Ryder, Charlie Ntamark, Paul Jones, Darren Wrack, Andy Reece, Mark Rees, Clyde Wijnhard, David Kelly, Dean Smith, Ian Brightwell, Neil Tolson, Steve Winter, Keith Bertschin, Paul Waddington and Rod McDonald will all be turn back the clock to help raise funds for the new hospice.
Ten Berge, the reigning Swiss Open champion, showed good form reaching the last 16 of the Winmau World Masters - Ross Smith, Ian Jones and Mark Barilli were among his victims - and Atkins doesn't have a great record at the Lakeside, where he has managed just two wins in four years.
I'm probably a little out of date, but here are some authors who make you look urban, hip and intelligent: Khalid Hosseini, Zadie Smith, Ian McEwan, Chuck Palahniuk.
Emlyn Hughes, Tommy Smith, Ian Callaghan and, of course, John Toshack all wore white towards the end of their playing days.
Authors nominated on the longlist include Zadie Smith, Ian McEwan, John Banville and Salman Rushdie, together with translated authors including Isabel Allende, Haruki Murakami, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza.
Even though I have had the honour of playing here since 1999, I have witnessed no less than six 'regime changes' in that time - namely Alan Lewis and Ian Smith, Ian MacIntosh, Leigh Jones and Richard Hill, Mike Ruddock, Clive Griffiths and Leigh Jones, Chris Anderson, and now Paul Turner, Leigh Jones and Dai Rees.
The PBS version, thanks in part to a stronger all-star cast (Bob Hoskins, Maggie Smith, Ian McKellen), was the more nuanced of the competing productions, integrating its comedy and tragedy more deftly.