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History - Modern Bagpipe Pibroch (Early 19th Century - Present) - Pibroch Performance Lineages
... Simon Fraser (1845–1934), whose family emigrated to Melbourne, Australia in the 19th century, passed down a distinct body of pibroch repertoire via ... piper Dr Barrie Orme, who was trained in a lineage traceable back to Simon Fraser, has documented this parallel body of around 140 pibroch through tutor publications, a six ... piper who also published a further small number of distinctive pibroch sourced from Simon Fraser ...
NAIA Men's Swimming And Diving Championships - Champions
... Calif.) 1971 Clarion, Pa Eastern Michigan 1972 Marshall, Minnesota Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1973 Pittsburg, Kansas Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1974 Downers Grove, Illinois Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1975 Marshall, Minnesota Simon Fraser (B ... Drury (Mo.) 1983 Arkadelphia, Arkansas Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1984 Arkadelphia, Arkansas Central Washington 1985 Indianapolis, Indiana Drury (Mo.) 1986 Spokane ... Simon Fraser (B.C.) 2001 Burnaby, B.C ...
Math Girl - Publication History
... was produced by the Learning and Instructional Development Centre (LIDC) at Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C ... Research in Mathematics and Computational Sciences Centre (IRMACS) at Simon Fraser University ... Research in Mathematics and Computational Sciences Centre (IRMACS) at Simon Fraser University ...
Simon Fraser Bridge
... The Simon Fraser Bridge is a deck truss bridge on Highway 97, spanning the Fraser River in Prince George, British Columbia ... to honour the fur-trader and explorer Simon Fraser, who established Prince George, and who descended the river from near this spot in 1805 ...
Simon Fraser, Master Of Lovat
... Simon Augustine Fraser, Master of Lovat (28 August 1939 – 26 March 1994) was the son of 15th Lord Lovat and the former Rosamond Broughton ... He predeceased his father, and his son Simon inherited the Lordship of Lovat in 1995 ... Simon spent around three years as a Lieutenant in the Scots Guards, mostly overseas ...

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