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  • Graham Spry, CC (February 20, 1900 - November 24, 1983) was a Canadian broadcasting pioneer, business executive, diplomat and socialist. He was the husband
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  • October Crisis. Robin Spry was born in Toronto, Ontario to Canadian broadcast pioneer Graham Spry and economic historian Irene Spry. After studies at Oxford
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  • Eunice Spry (born 1944), British criminal Graham Spry (1900–1983), Canadian broadcaster Irene Spry (1907–1998), Canadian economic historian John Spry (1690–1763)
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  • and taught Canadian economic history. Her marriage in 1938 to the late Graham Spry, and subsequent births of their three children, Robin, Richard and Lib
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  • Garry Howard Spry (born 9 May 1939) is a former Australian politician. He was the Liberal member for Bellarine in the Victorian Legislative Assembly from
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  • The Canadian Radio League was a public pressure group led by Graham Spry and Alan Plaunt to mobilize support for the establishment of public broadcasting
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  • Graham Kerr (born 22 January 1934) is an English cooking personality who is best known for his 1969-1971 television cooking show The Galloping Gourmet
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  • popular ingredient of Happy Ever After, were dropped. The character of Melinda Spry, Terry and June's neighbour, was originally played by Joan Benham in the
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  • Nathan Lee of the New York Times gave the film a positive review stating, "A spry teenage comedy that gets everything right, 'Stick It' takes the usual batch
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  • becoming a believer in John Reith's approach to public broadcasting. With Graham Spry, he founded the Canadian Radio League in 1930 to mobilize political support
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  • floribundas. Austin's first commercially available rose, Rosa 'Constance Spry', was introduced in 1961. In 1967 and 1968 he introduced 'Chianti' and 'Shropshire
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  • year, Cartwright unloaded the money-losing venture for one-dollar to Graham Spry a member of the socially progressive think tank the League for Social
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  • again starring Ramsay.) On that same show, he was joined by culinary judges Graham Elliot and Joe Bastianich. He starred in a travelogue about his visit to
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  • Graham Ernst of the Labor Party won the seat in the 1985 and 1988 elections but was defeated at the 1992 election by the Liberal Party's Garry Spry who
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  • contributors include Marshall McLuhan, Marcel Dzama, Andrew Coyne, Nahlah Ayed, Graham Spry and Izzy Asper. The Manitoban starts advertising for the position of
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  • General Henry Duncan Graham "Harry" Crerar CH, CB, DSO, CD, PC (April 28, 1888 – April 1, 1965) was a senior officer of the Canadian Army, and became the
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  • consists of a crust or base made from crushed cookies (or digestive biscuits), graham crackers, pastry, or sponge cake. It may be baked or unbaked (usually refrigerated)
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  • Hurkos 2003 After the Deluge Martin Kirby 2010 Rake Prof Graham Murray 1 episode 2010 I, Spry Narrator Documentary 2015 New Davincibles Lee Nan Voice only
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  • Ron Tucker as Unknown Thomas J. McCarthy as Tim Phelps Donald Neal as Jay Spry Robert Poletick as Steven Luxenberg Kara Quick as Rebecca Corbett Todd Scofield
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  • version of Bake Off. On 9 December Hussain was a guest on BBC One's The Graham Norton Show. Hussain writes a weekly column for The Times Magazine, a
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