A. A. Milne

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English writer of stories for children (1882-1956)

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They have been donated to the department programme by private collector, Alan Milne.
But Alan Milne, regional organiser of the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union, said since then sales of the staple had seen the air knocked out of them.
Network Rail spokesman Alan Milne said: "We're seeing some real success in bringing down the levels of railway crime in hotspot areas, but there is much more work to be done to save lives and prevent needless injury.
The popular TTA Live Tiling Competition, which returned for the second year, saw six expert fixers Co Peter Breathwick, Michael Alexander Smith, John Hill, Stephen Elliot, Maciek Faron and Alan Milne - creating stunning Cyfree designCO showcases within the central arena.
Alan Milne, regional officer with the Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union, said that the tribunal had ruled workers should get 56 days' pay.
Call Alan Milne on 028 3082 1230 to arrange a no-obligation viewing of this unique retirement village or visit the website at www.cranfieldbay.com
Sergeant Alan Milne of Northern Constabulary said: "If it had not been for the actions of the rescuers and this young boy then these women wouldn't be here today.
Alan Milne, of the British Toy Importers Association, said: "The only guidelines are about making money.
Managing Director Alan Milne was quoted as saying that while the E2s were one of the options, Air Niugini was also looking at other types and had not made any decisions yet.
Goals from Warren Scott, Chris Kelly, Lewis Wood, Alan Milne and an own goal completed the scoring.
Margot Robbie as Daphne Milne, Domhnall Gleeson as Alan Milne and Will Tilston as Christopher Robin Milne
TRAGIC oil executive Alan Milne's dad told yesterday how he was powerless to stop his son drinking himself to death.
"Why should we waste our time reporting them to a signal operator when nothing happens?" Alan Milne, Network Rail's community safety manager, said the authority was working "tirelessly" with young people to warn them of the dangers of the railway.
Alan Milne for a comforting service, to Sheila for her sincere tribute to Susan and to Lamb's Funeral Service for their professional and friendly service.
Alan Milne, community safety manager for Network Rail, said: "There is still much more work to be done to save lives and prevent needless injury.