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- Sutherland (Cataibh in Gaelic) is a committee area of the Highland Council, Scotland, a registration county, and a lieutenancy area.
- Sutherland is a town in the Northern Cape province of South Africa.
- Sutherland is a firm rich in talent and experience.
- Sutherland is a mostly residential neighbourhood located in east-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
- Sutherland was a good choice for Liam Devlin he plays a good Irishman, very believable.
- An example of an excavated Souterrain is the site at Rosal, Strathnaver, Sutherland.
- The site can be found on Canterbury Road at its junction with Sutherland Road and is only a short walk from West Croydon Station.
- The hard part is that the man is played by Keifer Sutherland, and I kept expecting him to call into CTU for help.
- For example, Dark City includes scenes from Lost in Space and the Twin Peaks movie buried in the biography pages of William Hurt and Keifer Sutherland.
- A book that interviews 40 famous opera singers including well known singers suh as Pavarotti, Domingo, Corelli, Sutherland, Horne, Milnes etc.
- But it was with Joan Sutherland that Marilyn Horne found the perfect vocal partner.
- A happily added bonus is selections from Handel's "Julius Caesar" with Sutherland and Marilyn Horne.
- The Princes Highway became the main thoroughfare through Sutherland, linking Sydney to the Illawarra region.
- The county of Sutherland has lots to offer the visitor who wishes to explore this wonderful part of the Scottish Highlands.
- The Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross corporate management area consists of seven wards represented by 23 councillors.
- It is one of seven wards within the council's Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross corporate management area and one of 22 wards within the council area.
- The A897 single track road is entirely within the county of Sutherland in the Highland area of Scotland.
- An agent, a member of the IRA named Liam Devlin (Sutherland), is dispatched to contact Mrs.
- In 1918 the constituency was abolished and the Wick component was merged into the then new county constituency of Caithness and Sutherland.
- While serving at Petawawa, Layton met Betty Sutherland, an accomplished painter (and later poet), and a half-sister to actor Donald Sutherland.
- Her poems appeared in anthologies published by both First Statement and Contact, edited by John Sutherland, Louis Dudek, and Irving Layton.
- Also, Peter Sutherland is a big (porcine) problem.
- Regan served in the cabinet of Peter Sutherland when the latter was EU Commissioner for Social Affairs and Competition.
- Another early example was Sketchpad made by Ivan Sutherland in 1963; however, this was an application and not a programming paradigm.
- Liam Devlin (Donald Sutherland), an IRA lifer who hates the British, also signs on for the mission.
- Her big voice was similar to Maria Callas in vigor and dramatics and Sutherland certainly held position as a diva.
- Some of the best examples for this voice type are Dame Joan Sutherland, Maria Callas and June Anderson.
- A 1964 memo revealed that she was paid $2,750 per performance, on a par with Joan Sutherland, Maria Callas and Renata Tebaldi.
- She regularly appeared with Joan Sutherland in Norma, as Adalgisa, and in Alcina, as Ruggiero.
- Lily Pons, Roberta Peters, Joan Sutherland and Beverly Sills are some of the twentieth century's famous coloratura sopranos.
- Veolia NSW has a bus interchange at Sutherland, on both sides of Sutherland station.
- North of Helsmdale the line was built by the Sutherland and Caithness Railway.
- One of Maharaja's daughters married Dr. Sutherland, lived in Lahore, and was popularly known after her parents as Princess Bamba Sutherland.
- Altnaharra (Ordnance Survey grid reference NC567352) is a small hamlet in Sutherland in the Highland region of northern Scotland.
- In Beijing Barnes, Egan and Sutherland are still in the competition so Ireland could yet win 3 gold medals.
- Meet the different characters and learn their secrets in one of the best woods in Sutherland.
- She was played by Leilah Sutherland in the film version of Philosopher's Stone, and Rochelle Douglas in Chamber of Secrets.
- In paintings such as this one Gillies comes close to the work of his Welsh contemporary, Graham Sutherland.
- Three of the older management areas, Caithness, Nairn and Sutherland, were very similar to earlier local government counties.
- Donald Sutherland was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1978.
- Jean Sutherland Boggs, emeritus director of the National Gallery of Canada and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, is a world-renowned expert on Degas.
- Joan Sutherland on the cover of one of the many Decca re-releases of her albums.
- These Osteopaths were all students of Dr. William Garner Sutherland who was a student of A.T. Still's 1900 graduating class.
- She received wide plaudits from critics however for her role in Panic alongside William H. Macy and Donald Sutherland.
- The film Dark City (1998) afforded her the chance to work with such top-flight actors as Rufus Sewell, William Hurt, Ian Richardson and Kiefer Sutherland.
- Shortly afterwards, Sutherland invited them both to spend the weekend at his English country house, and they met at the railway station on the way there.
- Freud first met fellow-painter Francis Bacon in 1945, when both went to stay for the weekend with another painter, Graham Sutherland.
- Footnotes ^1 Sutherland derives from a Norse perception of the land as 'southern' (Suðrland meaning "Southland").
- Thomas Holt (1811-88) owned most of the land that stretched from Sutherland to Cronulla in the 1860s.
- By granting the land to parties uttering such menaces, the Duke of Sutherland would have made himself an accomplice in the unchristian conspiracy.
- Horne made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera in 1970 as Adalgisa in Bellini's Norma with Joan Sutherland in the title role.
- The Caithness and Sutherland constituency carried forward the name of an older constituency.
- Two areas, the Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross area and the Ross, Skye and Lochaber area, have the names of Westminster constituencies.
- The Sutherland Shire is viewed as being one of the more conservative, even "parochial", areas in Australia.
- Sutherland drew upon three major theories from the Chicago School in order to better formulate his theory.
- When Peter Sutherland was appointed the Republic of Ireland 's European Commissioner, Labour demanded the choice of the next attorney-general.
- Sutherland L, MacDonald JK. Oral 5-aminosalicylic acid for induction of remission in ulcerative colitis.
- Sutherland LR, MacDonald JK. Oral 5-aminosalicylic acid for induction of remission in ulcerative colitis.
- Munro was soon joined by the Earl of Sutherland and the Chief of Clan MacKay who both brought with them only a portion of their clans.
- Around that time, she began a partnership with Dame Joan Sutherland and Bonynge, both on stage and on record.
- The paintings passed by descent to the Earls of Ellesmere, the last of whom became the Duke of Sutherland in 1964.
- The Duke of Sutherland had an engine shed for his engine 'Dunrobin' (and replacement with the same name).
- Our tour takes us to Golspie then through the lands of the Duke of Sutherland - when you'll hear all about the notorious Highland Clearances.
- Sutherland stressed the criminal behavior is learned and learned through communication.
- Sutherland did not mean that mere association with criminals would lead to criminal behavior.
- It has original works excerpts so students can hear the “voices” of people like Durkheim on Crime, or Sutherland on Elite deviance.
- Evans & Sutherland is a leader in advanced 3D graphics and visualization systems for science, industry, education, and entertainment.
- It is extremely close to the previous station on the line, at Culrain, situated at the opposite side of a bridge over the Kyle of Sutherland.
- Articles in category "Schools in Sutherland" There is 1 article in this category.
- This issue contains the article "Danseuses a la barre by DEGAS" by Jean Sutherland Boggs (9 pp.
- For other uses of the name, see Sutherland (disambiguation).
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