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Eric Defortescu (Sport)

OPEN SUPERBIKE NOGARO 6/7 MAI 2000
Mise à jour: 08/05/00 à 20:54:29
CHPT DE FRANCE 125 OPEN NOGARO 2000 CHPT DE FRANCE 125 OPEN 2000
CLASSEMENT APRES NOGARO Rg No PILOTE MARQUE LE MANS MAGNY COU ALBI CAROLE NOGARO Total
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1 1 *PETIT Jimmy HONDA RS 25 16 25 25 20 111
2 5 LEFORT Grégory APRILIA RS 20 20 16 13 16 85
3 7 *NIGON Erwan YAMAHA TZ 16 20 20 25 81
4 9 REBUTTINI Kenny HONDA RS 13 11 16 13 53
5 37 LECOMTE Lionel HONDA RS 11 10 13 10 44
6 94 MARCHAND Hugo CARDY HOND 10 13 9 3 8 43
7 12 ENJOLRAS Julien HONDA RS 4 11 10 9 6 40
8 40 SICARD Mickael HONDA RS 8 8 6 7 9 38
9 11 LOUGASSI Mike HONDA RS 25 10 35
10 24 SERVAES José HONDA RS 9 5 11 5 30
11 25 HEROUIN Xavier HONDA RS 7 7 8 7 29
12 18 DE ROSA Sébasti YAMAHA 9 8 11 28
13 42 BURDIN Loïc HONDA RS 6 5 3 14
14 65 KAMBOURIAN Nico HONDA RS 2 6 4 12
15 21 GREGOIRE Julien HONDA RS 4 6 1 11
16 27 BURDIN Jérôme HONDA RS 5 5 10
16 51 SUEUR Ludovic PACIFIC BI 3 7 10
18 82 MERCADAL Benjam APRILIA RS 5 5
19 76 DEFORTESCU Eric BROTHER'S 4 4
19 30 GINES Christian YAMAHA TZ 4 4
21 15 ENJOLRAS Baptis HONDA RS 3 3
21 14 LAGRIVE Alexand HONDA RS 3 3
21 31 MARCHAND Auréli HONDA RS 1 2 3
21 17 PALACIOS Eric HONDA RS 2 1 3 25
22 BAUDOT Remi BRF 2 2
25 33 GOUDET Christop HONDA RS 2 2
27 28 CHENE Damien HONDA RS 1 1
27 36 JONCHIERE Emeri HONDA RS 1 1



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Eugène Defortescu (Sport)


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Eliza Fortescue - 1826-1892

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Ellen Annie Fortesque - 1861-1935

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Elizabeth Fortescue - 1801-1867

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E.F.K Fortescue (Sciences)

Part II
(Electronic version only)

A CRITICAL HISTORY OF THE SABBATH
AND THE SUNDAY
IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
(SECOND EDITION, REVISED)

BY A. H. LEWIS D. D., LL.D.,

Author of "Biblical Teachings concerning the Sabbath and the Sunday," "History of Sunday Legislation", "Paganism Surviving In Christianity," etc., etc.


THE AMERICAN SABBATH TRACT SOCIETY,
PLAINFLIELD, N. J., 1903.
CHAPTER XVI.
THE SABBATH IN THE EASTERN CHURCH.

(...)
Another modern author testifies as follows:
"It must not be forgotten that throughout the East, Saturday is looked on as a second Sunday. The Armenians keep Saturday is a day in honor of Almighty God the Creator of all things, and Sunday in commemoration of the new creation, brought about by the resurrection of our blessed Lord, Jesus Christ." (The Armenian Church, by
E.F.K. Fortescue, p. 53. London, 1872.)
(...)
Fortesque, E. F. K. The American Church. 222.

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Ernest Henry Abbott Fortescue (Curiosité)

WW1 DEATH PLAQUE CAPT EH FORTESCUE ABBOTT DIED 9/7/18

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WW1 bronze death memorial plaque for Captain Ernest Henry Fortescue Abbott, died 9/7/18, member of the Sherwood Foresters, Notts and Derby Regiment, interred or commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium, awarded MC. Very good condition


(Ebay Oct 2004)

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Ethel Mary Bate Fortescue (left) 1875-1951

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Ethel Louisa Fortescue - 1877.jpg

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Ernest Herbert Fortescue - 1868-1931

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Emma Fortescue - 1836-aft1907

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Elizabeth of Dromiskin Fortescue - 1745-1780

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Elizabeth Mary Fortescue - 1854-1933

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Elizabeth Frances Fortescue - 1843-aft1911

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Eleanor Brickdale Fortescue - 1871-1945

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Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale was born in London in 1872, the daughter of barrister Matthew Fortescue-Brickdale. She attended the Crystal Palace School of Art and later between 1897-1900 Eleanor studied at the Royal Academy Schools. Her first exhibit at the Royal Academy was a black and white piece in 1896 and she went on to exhibit at Royal Watercolor Society.
During her lifetime, Brickdale became well respected as an illustrator which was an unusual accomplishment for a women of the day. Her earliest were works done in a simple manner in pen, and she did not begin to add color until several years into her career. From 1902 Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale worked both as a painter and illustrator of fine books, among them Alfred Tennyson's Poems in 1905 and Robert Browning's Pippa Passes in 1908. She was the first female member of the Institute of Painters in Oils in 1902, a member of the RWS and also taught at the Byam Shaw School of Arts. Starting in 1901 she held a series of exhibitions entitled Such Stuff as Dreams are Made Of done in watercolor and gouache. One painting included in the show was In the Springtime.
Though she continued to paint in Pre-Raphaelite methods well into the twentieth century with it's attention to detail and similar subwject matter, later in life Fortescue-Brickdale expanded her style to designing stained glass. She donated her work to churches, some of which may still be seen in Bristol Cathedral today. Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale died in London of a stroke in 1945.
Museums: Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale may be found at Walker Art Gallery or the Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery.



Pre-Raphaelite Artists Brickdale (1871-1945)
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"The Lover's World"


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Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale
"The Uninvited Guest"
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Arthurian and Medieval Images

Here are a number of Pre-Raphaelite versions of Arthurian material and other medieval motifs.  On the "Medieval" page are some historically medieval artworks and images by Raphael and Botticelli, for comparison.  Although the Pre-Raphaelites had a problem with Raphael, Burne-Jones nevertheless shows the infleunce of Raphael, as well as Botticelli.  The influence is there in other Pre-Raphaelite artists as well.
Because this page is already long and takes a while to download, I have placed the remaining Arthurian and medieval images in a second page, titled "Arthurian images 2."  The painting above is The Uninvited Guest by Eleanor Fortesque Brickdale, 1906.  It is discussed on the Arthurian images 2 page.  The final set of Arthurian images you can check out is on the "Beardsley" page.


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Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale Idylls of the King . . . . . . . $550
By Alfred Lord Tennyson; Hodder and Stoughton. nd First limited edition.
Folio. Very good - minor overall dusting to vellum, free EPs are browned, ties missing, otherwise fine. #200 of only 350 copies signed by Brickdale.
173pp. 21 tipped-in color plates (with printed tissue guards) of beautiful queens and maidens (Enid, Vivien, Elaine) in EFB's fine Pre-Raphaelite style.
Plates are tipped onto gilt-bordered pages. Brickdale is at her finest with this same subject matter favored by Rossetti and Burne-Jones.







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Pre-Raphaelite Women Artists
by Jan Marsh, Pamela Gerrish Nunn

Book Description The work of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and their followers is enduringly popular and correspondingly familiar to a wide public.
Works by women artists within the Pre-Raphaelite style have, however, largely been forgotten and ignored in the history of the movement.
This book, published to accompany an exhibition in Manchester, England, brings together paintings,
drawings, photographs, and other works that women contributed to the Pre-Raphaelite movement.
Many are reproduced and documented here for the first time.
Spanning three generations from the 1840s to the early 1900s, the artists include Barbara Bodichon, Anna Howitt, Rosa Brett, Anna Blunden, Jane Benham Hay, Joanna Boyce, Elizabeth Siddal,
Rebecca Solomon, Emma Sandys, Julia Margaret Cameron, Lucy and Catherine Madox Brown, Marie Spartali Stillman, Maria Zambaco,
Francesca Alexander, Evelyn De Morgan, Kate Bunce, Marianne Stokes, Christina Herringham, and
Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale.
Their works demonstrate that Pre-Raphaelitism is a broader historical movement than has previously been recognized and that women were active in all its phases.
Their re-inclusion in Pre-Raphaelite history will redefine its scope, concerns, and achievements,
as well as restore a wealth of neglected works to public attention. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.






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Book on Knights and Knighthood

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Lancelot : The Adventures & Romances;
Christine Chaundler,
Eleanor Fortesque-Brickdale;
Hardcover; $12.99;
A collection of tales featuring the bravest knight in King Arthur's Court.




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Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale
"The Guardian Angel", 1910,
Photo: Christies from: Women Artists and the Pre-Raphaelite Movement
by Jan Marsh and Pamela Gerrish Nunn.





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Students examine a portion of the wide range of poetry written during this period: poetry remarkable for its linguistic virtuosity (G.M. Hopkins); narrative complexity (Elizabeth Barrett Browning); feminist agenda (Amy Levy); psychological intensity (William Morris); unconventional eroticism (Algernon Swinburne); sensuous charm (Alfred Tennyson); and intricate humor (Robert Browning). The class discusses poetry of celebration, consolation, amusement, and reflection written during the high-Victorian period and the fin de siecle by women and by men, by members of several classes, and by defenders of different social and religious faiths. Students also consider issues of poetic language, rhetoric, and genre, and the social context and audience of all these works. The instructor offers information about the period, the individual author's lives and the Victorian literary marketplace, and many examples of Victorian visual arts. Class focus is on discussion, so attendance is essential, and affects final grades. Students are expected to submit eighteen pages of written work, which may be divided into two or three shorter essays or a longer one according to student preferences.




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WOMEN ARTISTS IN HISTORY

We're using this space to showcase the work of women artists down through the centuries. Over time we will do our best to make this list comprehensive. If you have a famous artist to recommend, please send us mail.
We would like to create a network of women who are interested in the work of women artists. Our dream is that eventually all the women on our list will have their own web page. If any of these women strike your fancy and you decide to devote a web page to their work, please let us know and we will link our page to yours.

Nineteenth Century


  • Susan Macdowell Eakins (1851-1938)
  • Elizabeth A. Armstrong Forbes (1859-1912)
  • Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale
  • Eva Gonzalès (1849-1883)
  • Ann Hall (1792-1863)
  • Antoinette-Cecile Hortense Haudebourt-Lescot (1784-1845)
  • Claude Raguet Hirst (1855-1942)



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Youth and the Lady

Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale was an oil and watercolour painter, a designer of stained glass, and a book illustrator. She studied at the Crystal Palace School of Art under Herbert Bone from 1889, then at the RA Schools, showing oils and watercolours in the Exhibitions from 1896 and achieving early recognition in The Studio, and having three solo exhibitions at the Pre-Raphaelite dedicated Dowdeswell Gallery in the 1900s. She became RWS in 1919. Her London studio was very close to Leighton House. Her output is mixed - some pictures rather symbolist, others sentimental, and her style varies from rather wishy-washy to very detailed. Often it shows the influence of her friend Byam Shaw, who founded a school of painting where Fortescue Brickdale later taught. Her best pictures have jewel-like colours and Pre-Raphaelite girls in ornate classical garb. Often her paintings show just one or two figures with accoutrements indicative of subject.
As a book illustrator, Brickdale had a large output in the early years of this century, working on children's books and poetry (e.g. Tennyson, Browning) and song books.
It is hard to find pictures by Brickdale on display, but there is at least one at the Russell-Cotes Museum, and another (The Forerunner of 1920) at the Lady Lever Gallery. A fairy picture, called The Lover's World (1905), is owned by the Bristol gallery, and with its tiny figures seems influenced by Walter Crane's The Mower.


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Edward Goodwin Fortescue

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Bridal Party of Edward Goodwin Fortescue

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Bridal Party of Edward Goodwin Fortescue
("Fort") Zohrab and Blanche Miriam ("Queenie)") Mabin,
Nelson, New Zealand, April 1901 --
photo courtesy of Mr. Tom King.




Blanche Miriam and Edward Goodwin Fortescue
& family


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Blanche Miriam and Edward Goodwin Fortescue
("Fort") Zohrab, with two of their children,
Edward Ernest ("Ted") and Joan Miriam.
Photo courtesy of Mr. Balfour Douglas Zohrab.

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Edward Gerrard Fortescue - 1903-1931

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Edmund Fortescue Sir of Fallapit - 1610-1647

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Edmund Fortescue Captain in India - 1839-1908

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Edith B. Fortescue - ab1879-

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Edith Fortescue X Alforde - 1864-1961

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Earnest E. Fortescue - 1866-1928

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Enon Fortesque (Games)

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West Virginia


Charleston - Shire of DrahkenWulfsMeir (Under GV)
Sheriff: DarkLord Aaron DeLoven
Regent: Hawkeye
Prime Minister: Donnivan Dane
Champion: Eldrich DeLioncore
Contact: Lord David

  • c/o David Newman

  • PO Box 561

  • Belle, WV 25015

DrakenWulfsMyre meets at the park beside Peidmont Elementary on Quarrier st. around 2pm or 3pm Saturday and Sundays...(we wil be switching parks soon)...DROP AN EMAIL FOR MORE DETAILS. We may every once and a while visit a neighboring shire, so too find out when and where drop a mail.
We are proud to be in Amtgard, and when send our invitation out to anyone and everyone that is interested in having a good time. You will meet a lot of new people and have a lot of fun in doing so. We could have never got this far without everyone, it is because of you that we are here. If you are into Amtgard strictly for roleplay and do not wish to fight we welcome you also.
DrakenWulfsMyre has a mailing list! Go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DrakenWulf_Myre/join
/ for information on how to subscribe, or send an email to DrakenWulf_Myre-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.
Come and let the legacy begin......
(Updated 03/20/2001)


Dunbar - Shire of Shuenja Assassins (Under GV)
Monarch: Kyutesi Miramoto Joninn
Regent: Dimtris-roshi
Prime Minister: Philip BlackSnake
Champion: PurpleNinja
Contact: Lord Ma Ming Tou (304) 768-8921
Or: Kyutesi Miramoto Joninn
  • c/o Matthew Martin

  • 447 16th street

  • Dunbar WV, 25064

  • (304) 768-8921

Shuenja Assassins meets at the end of Finney Hollow Road, at the end of the gravel road on in Dunbar on Tuesdays and Sundays from 4:00-whenever.
Come and experience the white tiger.
(Updated 04/27/2001)


Nitro - Barony of Blackrock Hills (under GV)

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Baron: Aliazar Von Himmler
Baronial Regent: Lady Nahimana Von Himmler
Seneschal: Kayloula Nosdred
Baronial Champion:
Enon Fortesque
Contact:Lady Nahimana Von Himmler
  • c/o Elizabeth Hoyt

  • 454 Blake Road

  • Nitro, WV 25143

  • (304) 755-9577

Blackrock Hills meets in Ridenour Park in Nitro, WV. Sundays (Main Day) - 1:00 pm til shutdown at Pavillion #4, on the far side of the Lake
Blackrock Hills is growing steadily, but without you and your support, we are nothing. If you dont know what we are about, feel free to contact us for more info, or stop by.
Blackrock Hills has a mailing list! Go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/blackrockhills/join/ for information on how to subscribe, or send an email to blackrockhills-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.
We are also planning a multitude of events for the summer - so stop on by!
Without you, we could not exist.
(Updated 03/20/2001)


Princeton - Shire of Mist Dragon Falls (Petitioning GV)

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Monarch: Erioc Valerus
Regent: Kimmeriel
Prime Minister: Phalyn Klininson
Champion: Marcuss Amorte
Contact: Erioc Valerus
  • c/o David

  • 324 Northview Addition

  • Princeton, WV 24740

We are yet to decide on a permanent park, but we're leaning strongly towards Princeton city park, and Camp Creek State Park. We hold most of our RP quests and political gatherings at Brush Creek Falls park. Feel free to contact us to find out when and where we'll be meeting.
We are a very new Amtgard group looking to expand our membership. Our primary emphisis is on safety and fun. If you can't have fun playing a game, why play it at all? Though our RP quests tend to be rather serious, there is a time and place for silliness and general amusement at all of our meetings. Contact us of you are interested in joining in on our little corner of the Amtgard world.
(Added 04/27/2001)

Elizabeth Fortescue Hitchins


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Elian Fortesque Count (Games)

AESTAS EXPEDITIONARY FORCE
Table of Organization and Equipment
"EQUITATUS" (The Horsemen)

LEGION III - Moon Shoals
"EQUITATUS" (The Horsemen)
Duke Yusif ibn-Claeburne al-Caithness, of the Duchy of CarrIck (42)
Like so many Caithnessians, Duke Yusif is a moderate in most things. He is Duke of CarrIck, a moderately important fief within the Domain of Caithness, and has left the management of his lands in the hands of his family. Duke Yusif is a faithful member of the UCY, and hopes to spread it to Aestas, but he is also hoping to increase the power and prestige of Caithness. Considered to be loyal to the empire, Duke Yusif is competent and dependable, and has some experience commanding domainal forces in battle against his neighbors. Charismatic and likeable but not inspiring, Duke Yusif is best known for his equestrian skills; his domain is an old horse-breeding area, and he personally is one of Yrth's greatest riders. He is a tall, lanky man with tanned skin and short brown hair, who usually wears a tan khaki uniform.
Deployed aboard the INS Pride of Hadaton

  • 300 light infantry, 30 knights, 25 aerodyne gunships, 10 wheeled AFV's
  • 200 horse cavalry, 200 enhanced horses
  • "Quartedec Rifles" mercenary company; 200 medium infantry, 10 wheeled AFV's
  • Count Elian Fortesque w/ 200 light infantry, 10 knights, 5 wheeled AFV's

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Elizabeth Fortescue

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Kevin Purcell reviews and comments

Kevin Purcell has sought the cultural and musicological tradition in the art and practice of conducting. He deems himself fortunate to have learned from some of the finest teachers around the world, each noted for his interpretation of particular composers. Kevin has always felt such apprenticeship to be of paramount importance in the development of a young conductor.
Who better to study under than

  • Georg Tintner, the student of Felix Weingartner, for the BEETHOVEN symphonies.
  • Myer Fredman, of Glyndebourne and the Australian Opera, for the opera repertoire of MOZART, PUCCINI and RICHARD STRAUSS.
  • Gerald Gentry, BBC Staff Conductor for over 20 years, for the English music repertoire.
  • Dr. Otakar Trhlík, Professor of Conducting at the Janáckova Akademie Múzickych v Umeni in Brno, for the Czech repertoire.
In 1991 Kevin was awarded an international scholarship to study Russian music, especially the complete symphonies of TCHAIKOVSKY and SHOSTAKOVICH, with Leonid Nikolaev, Professor of Conducting at the Moscow Conservatoire.
Formal studies in composition and pianoforte were undertaken in Australia with such noted teachers as Brenton Broadstock, Barry Conyngham and Patricia Leslie. Most of Kevin's symphonic works have been recorded and broadcast for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
"The whole concert had a wonderful energy about it, which came from Music Director Kevin Purcell's dynamic leadership, and his obvious rapport with the musicians."

Lyman Leathers, Gazette Music Critic The Delaware Gazette, February 2000

"Finally, the conductor - how fortunate COSO must feel to have Kevin Purcell as its conductor. This was my first opportunity to see Mr. Purcell on the podium and his outstanding ability was inspiring to watch."

Nancy S. Nocks, On Site Review, Ohio Arts Council, February 2000

"Purcell conducts the 24-piece orchestra with crystalline clarity, lilting rhythm and passion"

Michael Grossberg, Theater Critic, Columbus Dispatch, USA

"Last Saturday I had the opportunity to once again see...'A Little Night Music'. It was outstanding..as good, or better, than most on- and off-Broadway productions I've seen over the years"

Roger Morris, President, Columbus/Franklin County News Bureau



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"Purcell meets challenge"
Clive O'Connell, The Age

"Kevin Purcell knows all about entertainment..."
Elizabeth Fortescue, The Daily Telegraph Mirror

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