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Ernest St. Leon - Biography
... dismissed from the force due to his drinking however he did remain in contact with John Hughes and worked with him in an unofficial capacity for a time ... of the escorts, he led the robbers into an ambush as Texas Rangers John R ... Hughes and Lon Oden, assisted by St ...
Swami Lakshman Joo - Publications - Kashmir Shaivism – Library
... Over a period of nineteen years John Hughes recorded Lakshman joo's translations of the following texts ... Interviews with Swami Lakshman joo Questions by John Hughes, Alexis Sanderson, Alice Christenson, original audio recordings (July 1974) ... commentary) Swami Lakshman joo’s comments on John Hughes’ reading, original audio recordings (Kashmir, 26 April to 6 Sept 1972) ...
John Hughes - Other People
... John Hughes (businessman) (1814–1889), Welsh businessman, developer in Ukraine John T ... Hughes (1817–1862), colonel in the Missouri State Guard and Confederate Army during the American Civil War John Hughes (lawman) (1855–1947), Texas Ranger and cowboy of the Old West, later an author John Hughes ... Cwm Rhondda John Arthur Hughes (1880–1955), American Medal of Honor recipient John Hughes (editor) (born 1930), editor of the Deseret News and an advisor to Boutros Boutros-Ghali ...
Anthony Stokes - Club Career - Hibernian
... This meant that he linked up again with John Hughes, who had been his manager during his loan spell at Falkirk ... Stokes made his Hibs debut against his former club Falkirk, and then credited Hughes as the main reason he decided to sign for Hibs ... At the same time, Stokes made newspaper headlines for a nightclub altercation, which prompted John Hughes to discipline him and to say that he felt "let down" by Stokes ...

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