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Keith Lamb (executive)
... Keith Lamb is a former local league footballer and chartered accountant, and former Chief Executive at Middlesbrough F.C ... He left his post in May 2011 for unknown reasons, Keith did stay at the club in a new role of Non Executive Director to Chairman Steve Gibson ... Keith was instrumental in bringing famous names to Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium, such as Juninho, Ravanelli (The White Feather), Emerson, Bryan Robson and Paul Gascoigne ...
List Of Deadliest Catch Episodes - Season 3
... meanwhile, the Farwest Leader brings Ragnhild Moncrief, the captain's wife, aboard as their new greenhorn/cook/den mother ... At the pre-season captains' dinner, Johnathan Hillstrand proposed a derby-style competition between the boats Fewest number of pots needed to pull 100,000 pounds of crab ... Sig Hansen upped the ante by proposing each captain kick in $100 for the prize to be given to the winner, and the UniSea Bar agreed to safeguard the $900 bounty ...
List Of Deadliest Catch Episodes - Season 7
... the Northwestern, the Wizard, and the Cornelia Marie (now under Captain Derrick Ray) are joined this season by two new boats the Seabrooke (Captain Scott Campbell, Jr.), and the Ramblin' Rose (Captain Elliot Neese) ... in dock at Dutch Harbor, Jake ships' mechanic Steve go on a shopping trip without letting Captain Derrick know ... On the Wizard, Captain Keith listens to a distress call from cargo vessel Ever Unique regarding a crew member with a broken neck ...
Keith, South Australia - Notable Residents
... Pioneering farmer of the Keith district and Member of the Legislative Council of South Australia from 1944 to 1967 ...

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    Now that I had heard a part of his history, he appeared singularly destitute,—a captain without any vessel, only a greatcoat! and that perhaps a borrowed one! Not even a dog followed him; only his title stuck to him.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Facts as facts do not always create a spirit of reality, because reality is a spirit.
    —Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)