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Circles And Satellites - Track Listing
... "Home" Nick Atkinson, Luke Potashnick, Ben Smyth, Dave Neale, Chris Griffiths, Tony Griffiths 337 2 ... "I Come Alive" Atkinson, Potashnick, Smyth, Neale, Matt Wallace, Steve Robson, Martin Brammer 310 3 ... "One of Those Days" Atkinson, Potashnick, Smyth, Neale, Wallace 357 4 ...
Teresa Lalor - Life
... Neale, then the pastor of St ... Neale was transferred in 1799 from Philadelphia, to become President of Georgetown College she also went to Georgetown, D.C ... departure of the Poor Clares from America, Neale purchased a house for Lalor and two companions to open a school of their own, a house which stood within the grounds of the ...
Mark Neale
... Mark Neale is a British documentarian and film director based in Los Angeles, California ... Prior to No Maps, Neale had been an acclaimed music video director, making videos for artists such as U2, Paul Weller and the Counting Crows ... In 2003, Neale wrote and directed Faster, a documentary on the MotoGP motorcycle racing world championship, and its sequel The Doctor, the Tornado and the Kentucky Kid in 2006 ...
History of Acquinsicke
... takes its name from a 1,000 acres (4 km2) tract of escheat land patented by Anthony Neale in 1704 ... Originally known as White's Ford and renamed Acquinsicke by Neale, the 1,000 acres (4 km2) had formerly been granted to Jerome White in 1669 ... When the tract was resurveyed for Anthony Neale the boundaries were found to embrace 572 acres (2.3 km2) more than the 1,000 acres (4 km2) stipulated in White's grant ...
Mount Solitary - Bushwalking
... In July 2009, a British tourist named Jamie Neale got lost on his way to Mount Solitary ... Later, it was reported that the agent Sean Anderson had taken Neale on as a client, after the story had received worldwide attention ... was that the programme Sixty Minutes, on Channel Nine, had paid Neale $50,000 for his story ...

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