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leader in the women's suffrage movement in Montana

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Everton's official website reported the Rankin family connection was established more than a century ago.
Detective inspector Chris Stone said: "We'd like to praise the actions of the victim who found Rankin in their vehicle, chased and detained him as our officers travelled to the scene.
In 1999 Mr Rankin was the first chef from Northern Ireland to be awarded a Michelin Star.
After he was subsequently overlooked by England's senior and Lions' teams, Rankin gave up hope of a recall and rejoined his native Ireland.
Rankin called Test debut with England a big opportunity but admitted that he was not fully fit going into the game as he had injured his shoulder ahead of the match.
Rankin (right) said: "This is a real celebration of the fact Ireland have got Test cricket now.
Rankin handed over his collection after leaving his Edinburgh townhouse for a smaller apartment.
Rankin said:"Creativity comes in so many guises and at Latitude there is imagination in abundance.
Rankin has initiated two programs to recruit and nurture nurses and a third is in its pilot stage.
Jeanette Rankin arrived in Washington in 1917 after winning election in Montana to the US House of Representatives--the first woman ever elected to either chamber on Capitol Hill.
Rankin Jr., will retire as president and CEO of NACCO while continuing to serve as non-executive chairman of the board of directors of NACCO.
Crime writer Ian Rankin has disclosed that his latest Rebus detective novel will be published by the Orion Publishing Group in autumn 2018, book trade news company The Bookseller revealed on Friday.
A MERSEYSIDE man who lost his left leg to bone cancer when he was 17 is hopeful that a striking photograph taken of him by world-renowned photographer Rankin will help turn his life around.
The settlement in Nathan Rankin's federal case brings an end to personnel-related litigation brought by police department employees during former Police Chief Mark Chase's seven years with the city, Junction City Administrator Jason Knope said.