Leacock


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Canadian economist best remembered for his humorous writings (1869-1944)

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If one has read Stephen Leacock's The Dawn of Canadian History: A Chronicle of Aboriginal Canada, one may tend toward reading Eli's reference in that direction, as evidence of a kind of self-hatred.
title role of The Little Opera Company's staging of Merry Christmas, Stephen Leacock
McDonald's sharpness almost earned a winner in injury time as Leacock left Martin's deep header and the substitute nipped in to round the keeper only to shoot into the side netting from a tight angle.
With: Richard Leacock, Henri Langlois, Valerie Lalonde, Robert Drew, D.A.
"Dean Leacock for an experienced defender with Premier League experience and an international midfielder in Paul Green, I thought they offered us absolutely nothing," he fumed.
The former Liverpool trainee this time denied Derby their first win since the opening day by cancelling out Dean Leacock's 14th-minute opener - his first in nine years of professional football - with a measured finish early in the second period.
Leacock's return alongside Shaun Barker ought to help Derby negate that, but in all honesty it's hard to be convinced by either of these outfits.
Set the tone for City with a physical challenge on Derby's Leacock in the opening seconds.
These two slim biographies, Margaret MacMillan's Stephen Leacock and M.G.
Rams stars Dean Leacock and Gary Teale confronted Tyson before players from both squads got involved in a mass melee as stewards fought to keep supporters off the pitch.
WATERTOWN William Leacock, 88, of Watertown, MA, passed away surrounded by his children in Lansing, MI on July 21, 2009.
Director of Public Prosecution Charles Leacock QC told the High Court in Bridgetown that Freeman "brutally deflowered" the teenager despite her protests.
Stephen Leacock does not get much scholarly attention, which is somewhat surprising considering his prolific output of over sixty books and hundreds of articles and pamphlets and his place in Canadian literary history.
Paul Jewell's side broke the deadlock when Dean Leacock's long-range shot struck the knee of Villa on the edge of the penalty area and fooled goalkeeper Kasey Keller.