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History Of Rugby Union Matches Between England And New Zealand - Hillary Shield
... New Zealand – England Test matches have been awarded the Hillary Shield ... matches, and is named in honour of Sir Edmund Hillary — the first person to reach the summit of Mount Everest ... Minister at the time, Helen Clark, and Hillary's widow, Lady June Hillary, Clark said of Hillary "He was part of a British expedition when he conquered Mt Everest ...
List Of United States Political Families (C) - The Clintons and Rodhams
... of Arkansas, 1976–1978, failed Congressional candidate, 1974 husband of Hillary Rodham Clinton ... Hillary Rodham Clinton (born 1947), United States Secretary of State former United States Senator from New York, 2001–2009 First Lady of the United States, 1993–2001 First Lady of ... Hugh Rodham (brother of Hillary), Democratic candidate for U.S ...
Statewide Opinion Polling For Hillary Clinton For The United States Presidential Election, 2008
... (U.S.) presidential election, 2008, matching up Hillary Clinton against John McCain ... One survey group concluded that Hillary Clinton lost some support because of her gender, pointing out that in "head-to-head match-ups, Clinton bests Senator John ...
The Girls Of Hedsor Hall - Episodes - Episode 7: "Reflection"
... Expelled Hillary Reason Hillary failed her Appearance lesson, by not managing to make the UK girls wear something more appropriate, and suitable ... Initially, Samantha had to take charge of Hillary's lesson, and made the UK girls changed into more appropriate clothes ...
Hillary Shield
... The Hillary Shield is contested between New Zealand and England at rugby union and the first match was played on 29 November 2008 at Twickenham Stadium, London ... the New Zealand mountaineer and explorer, Sir Edmund Hillary ...

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    What you don’t understand about this town is that they can fight about issues all they want, but they don’t really care about them. What they really care about is who they sit next to at dinner.
    Anonymous “Prominent Woman,” Washington, DC, socialite. As quoted in The Agenda, ch. 20, by Hillary Rodham Clinton, to Bob Woodward (1994)