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Germany . He helped run an exchange program at Darmstadt University of Technology in Germany. Bishop spent four years living in Germany, where (according to his web site) he "spent most of his time learning the language, teaching English, drinking large quantities of wheat beer and wooing

Jamie Bishop (cricketer) print that page

middle order, he scored 51 runs in the only innings in which he batted. [ edit ] External links Jamie Bishop at Cricket Archive Persondata Name Bishop , Jamie Alternative names Short description Date of birth 14 January 1971 Place of birth Date of death

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Bishop's Cleeve F.C. print that page

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Formed in 1905, Bishop 's Cleeve played in the Cheltenham League until 1967, winning the Division Two title in 1925 and the Division One title in both 1935 and 1967, after the latter of which they stepped up to the Gloucester Northern Senior League . In this league they were Division Two champions

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Living Color in 1991; this exposure helped him land film roles and star in his own sitcom, The Jamie Foxx Show . He released his debut album, Peep This , in 1994, but he did not gain significant musical success until 2004 when he was featured in Twista 's song " Slow Jamz ". Also in 2004

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Born in Cannock , Staffordshire , Bishop started his career at Walsall 's youth system as a trainee, signing a professional contract on 9 August 2002. [ 2 ] He joined Kidderminster Harriers on a one-month loan on 18 November 2002. [ 3 ] Kidderminster extended this loan in December.

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place in the pageant, ranked second after the preliminary competition. In the final competition, Bishop placed third in swimsuit, fourth in interview, and fifth in evening gown, and entered the top six in third place. She went on to receive the second highest score in the top six interview

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Jamie Roberts print that pageTimeline of Jamie Roberts

build-up to Shane Williams ' opening Wales try but the 22-year-old was later replaced by Andrew Bishop in the 18th minute. Wales finally claimed a victory over a southern hemisphere team, winning 21–18. [ 10 ] After the game Roberts was rushed in to hospital with a suspected fractured

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Neal Bishop print that page

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Born in Stockton-on-Tees , North East England , Bishop began his career with Middlesbrough in their youth system . [ 3 ] After being released by Middlesbrough as a teenager he moved to Northern League side Billingham Town and played there for a number of years. [ 3 ] [ 4 ] In a match

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Professor Christopher M. Bishop , FREng , FRSE , is Chief Research Scientist at Microsoft Research Cambridge and holds a Chair of Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh . Contents 1 Career 2 Selected publications 3 References 4 External links [ edit ] Career

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Michael Bishop (author) print that pageTimeline of Michael Bishop (author)

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for a film and bought the rights altogether in 1995. (To date, no film has been made.) [ 3 ] Bishop has published thirteen solo novels, three collaborative novels, and more than 125 pieces of short fiction which have been gathered in seven collections. His stories have appeared in such publications