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Orrey Curtiss Holyfield, a Methodist minister, and his wife, Vivian Joan ("Joan"), had been trying to adopt for some time but had been repeatedly rejected by licensed adoption agencies because of their advanced age and Orrey's poor health.
ORREY, Leslie (1993); La opera [1972]; Barcelona; Destino.
The training kitchen in Essex has been launched by Jeanette Orrey, author of The Dinner Lady, a former school cook who collaborated with the celebrity on his series.
Dinner lady Jeanette Orrey is the woman who first introduced Jamie Oliver to the horrors of turkey twizzlers and helped trigger the school meals revolution.
Defensive back Winston Stokes, wide receiver Chris Meier and defensive lineman Orrey Chichester were second-team selections.
Giant's Causeway in the St James's Palace Stakes, Rossini in the Cork and Orrey and Amethyst in the Coronation Stakes could be his best prospects.
3 Orrey, Leslie Opera, A Concise History, Thames & Hudson, London, 1991, p9.
Another Munsterman, Roger Boyle, Lord Broghill, who had initially served the Royalists, joined the Parliamentarians in 1647 but then played a key role in the restoration of Charles II in 1660 (in return he was created Earl of Orrey and Lord President of Munster).
Leslie Orrey, "Solo Song (a) Germany," The New Oxford History of Music, vol.
Jeanette Orrey, the dinner lady who inspired chef Jamie Oliver's campaign on school meals, said: "Too many are being left behind.
And to present awards to school representatives and organisers, the Food for Life Partnership invited school meals expert Jeanette Orrey to Huddersfield Town Hall.
The Birmingham School Feast Centre, at Bournville College, has been opened by TV cook Prue Leith and Jeanette Orrey, the pioneering dinner lady behind Jamie Oliver's drive for healthier food.
Famous dinner lady Jeanette Orrey advises the Partnership.
Jeanette Orrey, campaigning school cook and advisor to the Soil Association will co-present the awards.
If you ever need some company over a pint on a Saturday afternoon, turn to Mike Chapple's column and you will be royally entertained Winners in other categories included Gordon Ramsay (Food & Drink Personality); Jamie Oliver and Jeanette Orrey (Independent Spirit Award for Jamie's School Dinners and Feed Me Better Campaign) and star of the Channel Four programme Beyond River Cottage Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall (Glenfiddich Trophy).