David Smith

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David Smith - Others
... David John Smith (1907–1976), head of British retailer W ... Smith, 1948–1968 David Weyhe Smith (1926–1981), American pediatrician and dysmorphologist David M ... Smith (1926–1950), American soldier and Medal of Honor recipient David E ...
Scottish Men's Curling Championship - Past Champions
... Alex Torrance Robert Kirkland James Waddell Hamilton 1965 Chuck Hay John Bryden Alan Glen David Howie Perth 1966 Chuck Hay John Bryden Alan Glen David Howie Perth 1967 Chuck Hay John Bryden Alan Glen David ... Aberdeen 1981 Colin Hamilton Michael Dick David Ramsay Richard Pretsel Edinburgh 1982 Colin Hamilton David Ramsay Michael Dick Richard Pretsel Edinburgh ...
See No Evil: The Moors Murders - Plot
... Married teenagers David and Maureen Smith have recently become parents to a baby girl called Angela ... the age of six months, Maureen turns to her older sister, Myra, for comfort, and David finds friendship in Myra's boyfriend, Ian Brady ... David and Maureen know nothing about the secrets harboured by Brady and Hindley ...
Taser Safety Issues - Deaths and Injuries Related To Taser Use - Chronology - 2010
... September 9, 2010 David Smith, 28 died after being tased by police in Minneapolis, MN ... Police officers tased him after being called to a YMCA in downtown Minneapolis where David Smith was refusing to leave ... David Smith went into cardiac arrest after being tased and later died ...
David Smith (curler)
... David Smith is a Scottish curler ... competition, the 1982 European Curling Championships, Smith won a gold medal playing second for Mike Hay ... Hay and Smith were still juniors at the time and they won three straight bronze medals at the World Junior Curling Championships in 1983, 1984 and 1985 ...

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