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Matthew Beveridge
... Matthew Beveridge (born March 18, 1975 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player, who currently coaches for Lucas Miller's Hi-Performance ... Although drafted into the OHL by the Peterborough Petes, Beveridge's senior professional career was kick started with his move to the United Kingdom in 1996, where he would play for the Whitley ... At the British National League level, Beveridge would excel and in his first season totalled 100 points in just 36 games ...
Luke Beveridge
... Luke Beveridge (born 23 August 1970) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Melbourne, Footscray and St Kilda in the Australian Football League (AF ... he mainly played as a rover and is the grandson of Collingwood premiership player Jack Beveridge ... Beveridge played in St Kilda’s 1996 AFL Ansett Australia Cup winning side - the club's first AFL Cup win ...
List Of Australian Rules Football Families - B - Beveridge
... Jack Beveridge Luke Beveridge Jack was the grandfather of Luke. ...
Berwick-upon-Tweed By-election, 1944 - Candidates
... The Liberal Party candidate was Sir William Henry Beveridge (5 March 1879 – 16 March 1963), who was a British economist and social reformer ... He is perhaps best known for his 1942 report Social Insurance and Allied Services (known as the Beveridge Report) which served as the basis for the post-World War II Labour ... Beveridge was defeated by a Conservative candidate in the United Kingdom general election, 1945 ...
Beveridge, Victoria - Ned Kelly
... heading south to Melbourne after his capture at Glenrowan in 1880, as he approached Beveridge Station he pointed to the left and said, "See that little hill over there, that's ... At Beveridge a cottage where the Kelly family lived for a short time is still standing today, located on Kelly Street ...

Famous quotes containing the word beveridge:

    We are a conquering race. We must obey our blood and occupy new markets and if necessary new lands.
    —Albert J. Beveridge (1862–1927)

    The object of government in peace and in war is not the glory of rulers or of races, but the happiness of the common man.
    William, Lord Beveridge (1879–1963)