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Governor Of Anguilla - List of Governors of Anguilla
... Canty 1989–1992 Alan W ... Shave 1992–1995 Alan Hoole 1995–1996 Robert Harris 1996–2000 Roger Cousins (acting) 2000 Peter Johnstone 2000–2004 Mark Capes (acting) 2004 Alan Huckle 2004–2006 Mark Capes (acting) 2006 Andrew ...
Alan Vega
... Alan Vega (born Boruch Alan Bermowitz on June 23, 1938) is an American vocalist, primarily known for his work with the electronic protopunk duo ...
Alan - Other Meanings
... Alan (automobile), a short-lived German automobile Alan (crater), a crater on the Moon Alan (mythical creature), a race of winged spirits from Tinguian folklore Cyclone Alan (disambiguati ...
Mark Farmer - Bibliography
... Tharg's Future Shocks "Uncommon Sense" (with Alan Hebden and Mike Collins, in 2000 AD #372, 1984) "Letter to Ernie" (with Win Wiacek, in 2000 AD #544, 1987) "Bliss" (with Alan McKenzie, in 2000 ... inks, with Jamie Delano and co-author and pencils by Alan Davis, in 2000 AD #525-534, 1987) Action Force "Old Scores" (with Grant Morrison, in Action Force Monthly, Marvel UK, 1988) Anderson ...
George Alan Vasey - Early Life
... George Alan Vasey was born in Malvern East, Victoria on 29 March 1895, the third of six children of George Brinsden Vasey, a barrister and solicitor, and his wife Alice Isabel, née ... Because his father was also George Vasey, George Alan Vasey's family always called him Alan ...

Famous quotes containing the word alan:

    It is very considerably smaller than Australia and British Somaliland put together. As things stand at present there is nothing much the Texans can do about this, and ... they are inclined to shy away from the subject in ordinary conversation, muttering defensively about the size of oranges.
    Alex Atkinson, British humor writer. repr. In Present Laughter, ed. Alan Coren (1982)

    ... in doing our psychology, we want to attribute mental states fully opaquely because it’s the fully opaque reading which tells us what the agent has in mind, and it’s what the agent has in mind that causes his behavior.
    —Jerry Alan Fodor (b. 1935)

    People must not do things for fun. We are not here for fun. There is no reference to fun in any act of Parliament.
    —A.P. (Sir Alan Patrick)