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Greaves for sensitizing those interested in Bunyan to the intricate historical-political context of Bunyan's post-Restoration England.
And many seem to be taking the chance to say that Rooney doesn't belong in the same class as players like Jimmy Greaves, Gary Lineker and Sir Bobby Charlton.
The first FA Cup final I watched on TV was the 1962 final between Spurs and Burnley which Tottenham won 3-1, with Greaves wearing the number 10 shirt for the London side.
Greaves said of his co-star: "Paul could make a living with this for years.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that when Diane Greaves attempted to intervene, her nephew grabbed her and pushed her to the floor.
At this important juncture in our company's trajectory, Greaves brings the operational insights and real-world experience that will drive value as we enter a phase of rapid growth," said John Hamer, Chairman of the Chromatin Board of Directors.
We re really pleased to have helped Greaves Motorsport in their very successful 2015 season, commented Ricardo Performance Products managing director Mark Barge.
The game was played 53 years ago but my memories of this epic encounter, with Blues pulling back from a three goal-deficit to finish 3-3, Jimmy Greaves scoring twice - one a rare header - are as fresh as the games featured on last Saturday's Match of the Day.
The Honorable High Court of Judicature at Bombay has today, approved the Scheme of Demerger of the Consumer Products Business Unit of the Crompton Greaves Limited (CG) into CG's wholly owned subsidiary Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals Limited (CGCEL).
THERE'S been quite a debate of late on your letters page regarding former England football strikers Jimmy Greaves and Geoff Hurst.
I WOULD like to contribute to the Jimmy Greaves goal debate between AW and Les May.
Prosecutors claim Paul Greaves took PS113,000 and paid off loans and credit cards in the weeks after the theft.
Paul Greaves, 56, is alleged to have taken the cash from a locked exhibit store in the basement of the force's now former headquarters at Leek Wootton, against a personal background of "parlous" finances.
VERY sad to hear that Jimmy Greaves, probably the greatest goalscorer of all time, has suffered a severe stroke.