18 Burst results for "Sir Henry"
"sir henry" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"To meet with Sharif Hussein in later on in the war, sort of in the sort of October of 1916. And Lawrence himself is that it's not clear when he learns the details of Sykes PICO, but it goes to show that there was a least a year's period there where you know the details of what was agreed between Britain and France is being withheld from their Arab allies. Then here's the critical point, John when the British concede territory, too. An Arab kingdom. It's against their own strategic interest and wishes they really do so only because they feel like they don't have any choice. They need to conclude an alliance to get the Arabs to open an internal front against the Ottomans and weaken the Ottomans who would be deviled the British war effort. But the British never wanted to encourage any form of nationalism because nationalism was always a threat to their empire Nationals was always the biggest threat to empire anywhere. The British knew that they were already in Egypt. They had interest in Mesopotamia. They were looking to only establish their position of control over the Arab world, so they didn't want to encourage nationalism. But it was one of those cases where they felt they really had no choice if they were to get the last chance Ally to try and Opening internal front against the Ottomans. And I think it was against that background. We should read the White promises that Sir Henry Nick Man makes two. Shareef was saying in October of 1915. They are revolt begins in June of 1916, and we'll follow it in pieces. The book is the fall of the Ottomans. The Great war in the Middle East. Eugene Rogan is the author. I'm John Bash..
"sir henry" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Eight times including one shot to the back of her head. The gunshots however didn't immediately kill her and Dr Lisa. Flanagan medical examiner who examined the bodies, said that she still would have been functioning and able to run after being shot. But there was also blunt force trauma to her head, which cracked her skull. According to Dr Flanagan. Brandy tried to fight off the attack and was beaten repeatedly with a heavy object. Will of the as traumatic injuries of the head and face and multiple gunshot wounds. The main post would be the next to her head injuries. Obviously the open wound on phase, but all the traumatic injuries of the brain. Dr Flanagan said the series of impacts brandies phase where at the end of the attack. She said she can't determine time of death. Only that it occurred within a few hours of her last meal due to the contents of her stomach, she didn't see any signs of sexual assaults. Dr Flanagan also testified about the causes of death for the children. To My I had been shot in the back of the head, and Tunisia and Devante had died by drowning. Them on cross doctor. Flanagan said the injuries on brandies head were consistent with that of a gun, but she can't exclude other objects either. Another forensic specialists testified about what the children had been wearing. Tamayo was dressed in a black plaid, long sleeved shirt, black pants, red underwear and white sandals. Tonight Niagara was in a sleeveless shirt with the strawberry print, pink shorts and white underwear. devante was wearing grey pants and spiderman underwear. Henry Subaru was I interviewed on November twentieth just a few hours after the bodies were found. Investigator Mark Lewis testified. They wanted to talk to Henry's, so they let him know that his son Devante had died. As for whether Henry was a suspect at that point investigator. Lewis said no, not at all. No Miranda warning was issued and he wasn't in custody. The recorded interview started at seven fifty one PM. You do in okay investigator. Louis asked Henry as he sat down across from him in the interview room. Yes Sir Henry replied. Henry gave investigator Louis his cell phone number as well as some of his family members.
"sir henry" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"But like I'm proud again. Because if he had tried to float literally anyone else in the tribe maybe with Zach floated with anyone else they would have said no henry. We're not doing that so I had to sit there and just kind of like just take it really for house. Well it's getting a little bit in that like rainy off day because you guys win ice cream lucky and phoebe come ova and Shawny finds the idol so talk us through how this is developing in a positive way. Yes Sir Henry has like literally the most amazing one on one challenge when I've seen on survivor like when he bounces. The thing on the thing. It's a little paddle any bounce bounce bounce bounce bank do onto today's absolutely dunked on it in my head. This is bad for my car and arguments that he needs to go like that was so sick and what was also good about that. Is it Kinda like gave Henry some kind of a glimmer of pipe? So he kind of like was able to. He thought that he could maybe try and work his way back in by being congenial and he didn't have to go down to blow everything up route so he kind of helped me as well. And we want Oscar which brilliant so lucky fi become. I've I'm pretty sure this is where we found out about the mole by official told me about the day of being the mole at this point con-conflict. Shawny after the. The challenge is wrapping up. I say to someone wears Shawnee and I said she's gone off seek and I was like that doesn't sound right. She would've asked me to talk to me told me I'm seek like keep an eye on the I just didn't feel right to me. So go walk off to the world funder and like I would rank that moment as one of my top. Three moments of the entire season that was the the pure unadulterated joy. I fell her. Finding that auto is just. This is the stuff of legends. Like like I just.
Warriors: Constance Markievicz
"Today's warrior was an Irish revolutionary and suffragettes who reshaped British politics. We're talking about constant market. Constance was born in eighteen sixty eight in London England. Her father was a wealthy philanthropist. By the name of Sir Henry gore-booth his activism inspired constants and her younger sister Eva who also became a suffragette constance is childhood circle was filled with politicians intellectuals creatives. She was even friends with the poet. W B Gates who became one of the most important figures in twentieth century literature. I am going to begin with all. The political and artistic energy in their network trickled down to Eva and constance. Eva was first to become involved in the women's suffrage and labor movements while constance was initially resistant. She soon joined eva in the fight for equality but constant is packed to politics. Wasn't linear at the age of twenty. Four constant studied painting at an art school in London after that she enrolled at a prestigious school in Paris there she met her husband with whom she had one child in. Nineteen oh three. Constants moved to Dublin with her husband where she surrounded herself with the creative elite while she still painted and used her artistic prowess her focus transition to politics in nineteen o eight constance joined the Revolutionary Women's movement daughters of Ireland. She also joined Shin Fain which still exists as a left wing. Irish Republican political party. What would infant actually do to solve the crisis shinned fame with delivered the biggest from the three years later constance was arrested for protesting against King George? V visits to the country during the demonstration. She threw stones pictures of the King and Queen and was arrested. It was constant is first of several arrests but the possibility of jail time didn't stop her political activism a few years later constance participated in the Easter rising. An insurrection launched by Irish Republicans to end British rule in Ireland because of her participation constance was put in prison and sentenced to death but because of her gender constancy sentence was reduced to life in prison when she found out about that. Change Constant said to her captors. I do wish your lot had the decency to shoot me in prison. Contents was held in solitary confinement. She nearly starved to death and was forced to do strenuous labor. She was released a year later but was imprisoned again shortly thereafter in one thousand nine hundred eighteen while constants was still in prison. She was elected to the House of Commons as the representative for Dublin Saint Patrick's division a UK parliamentary constituency in Ireland. She became the first woman elected to the United Kingdom of comments. Constants refused to swear an oath of allegiance to the king and did not take her seat instead she along with other Irish Republicans organized a new government called the Dale Iron. When constance was released from prison she served in the first. Dale Iran as the Minister of Labor from Nineteen Nineteen to nineteen twenty two. She was the first woman to be an Irish cabinet minister and she was the only woman to hold that position until nineteen seventy nine in nineteen twenty six constants left her political party to join another even so she was re elected the following year but she never took her seat a month after her reelection in nineteen twenty seven constance died. She was fifty nine years old. Constance is best remembered for her roles as a revolutionary a politician a socialist an undaunted activist
"sir henry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Many but not allowing the interestingly so I'm sadly by all accounts account a lot right all the time to say it is you know about the the U. K. house you know you'll you'll probably aware a huge reputation with regards to hold things it's it's almost as if you know the entire country has the queue via you know sort of relationship with with spirits and ghosts and perhaps that's but has a lot to do with the age of our country but it it could have everything to do with the father were an island might have heard an interesting story about about spirits not be able to cross war so I'm I'm aware of a house in in Essex it's to the house announced stunningly beautiful house the house you know you are hot anything up to hundreds of spirits residing there in so we wouldn't surprise me if the walls the the spirits of all of of of of king's and I suspect lose work who's on the like around the Buckingham Palace an old palace it has a great deal of of history puts subway accounts elaborate home home home and was what is the haunting bill of Hampton what the what happened there now about go to get Sir Henry's wipes in order I believe it's Lady Jane grey the wrote.
"sir henry" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Right weekdays forty six ninety five point five W. as plain as news and has been used on three oh six Dr I'm looking for trouble of the W. S. B. gin candid very well could be a travel advisory for Travis regedit looks like it's seventy five south route C. W. grand parkway Central Avenue exit to thirty nine and he says up to three left lanes are blocked up still try to find that on the gender gap but your jam before and after that the beyond that seventy five a slow both directions Sir Henry caddy between stoppage of a dollar each side breaking loose route Joe to go to eighty five to the normal rush hour mode and there are some unusual inbound delays in the northern suburbs of seventy five samples we act where the Kennesaw just volume and or eighty five south added loop earlier trouble there downtown David hovered near downtown connector started Jammin northbound slow from university up to North Avenue south on eighty five flows of four hundred seventy five sluggish from how mill all the way down to I twenty also got construction on Peachtree street north bound at twenty six street right lane blocked their W. crabbing ninety five point five W. Spain this is obviously a neurologist Kirk knowledge funny of dry areas and Brian hours in between showers today highs near forty six low thirty seven and forty one degrees of three oh seven I'm Chris Campbell ninety five point five W. SB Atlanta's news and talk cold from order to order two shiny the.
"sir henry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fragments remain. They're still making it a little hard for you to sleep on that side or withstand the dull ache in your shoulder on days, when the weather is damp, but miraculously as the war began to wind down you were given the allusive long coveted, British pass on the ship now travelling north past Augusta. You knock your cold pipe against the railing shaking, Donald from its bowl, then reach into your coat, for the scrap of paper, that was so difficult to earn behind you other refugees are betting down for the night covering themselves, and their children with blankets, you wait until one of the hands on deck passes a few feet beyond where you stand, then you unfold the paper with fingers stiffened by the cold and the yellowish glow of the ship's lantern, tracing. The words with your forefingers shaping your lip silently. To form each syllable. You read this is to certify to who so ever. It may concern the bearer hereof Alexander Freeman, a negro resorted to the British lines in consequence of the proclamations of Sir William how in Sir Henry Clinton late commanders and chief in America. And that the set negro has here by his excellency, sir. Benjamin Hamptons permission to go to Nova Scotia or wherever Elsie may think proper by order of Brigadier General Rutledge. The document baited April seventeen eighty three brings of broad smile to your lips. Once your ship lands, and you find a home, you.
"sir henry" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"So there came a time when he took a walk with sir henry clinton henry was in charge of the british forces in america i should imagine that it would have to be very difficult to be the commanding officer and have as one of the people under your command the son of the king clinton found himself in so they came a time when sir henry clinton and prince william were taking a walk around the bowling green now if you back up a minute you may recall that at the outbreak of the revolution new yorkers were so moved by the first public reading of the declaration of independence melted down the head made bullets for it so now new york is occupied by the brits and sir henry clinton is taking a stroll with prince william and they come across the bowling green what we know is that prince william later wrote a letter to his father and and i find this i find this uncomfortable myself if i were a king i would i would hate i would hate to have my son address me as your majesty but that's exactly how william addresses his father even if i were king i would want my son to say dear dad but all right it's back in those my my son is my son you know but anyway this is this is a british thing i can't relate i'm an american so so so prince william writes a letter to his dad and he says you'll gracious majesty or your royal majesty and then he proceeds to describe how he was taking a walk along with sir henry clinton along the bowling green and he's rights we saw the pedestal where on your majesty statue lately stood i mean just find i find this teenage boy picking a little dig at his father you know it's like sort of brought to his dad's attention this is where the yanks pulled down your statue i think it's a great letter and i'm not sure if andrew found this letter himself or i think he might have but certainly he has written about it yes well you know it's just amazing the kid was like sixteen right at the time and he's a commissioned officer in the british navy at sixteen if you're the son of the king that can happen.
"sir henry" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The kind of thing he hoped transparency would root out we are talking about illicit money here from modern day slavery money from the sex trade longer in this way money that is the proceeds of crime terrorism corruption money stolen from africa and from africa's by politicians dictators and warlords now is a former chief whip andrew mitchell used to be in charge of making sure the government did not lose votes but theresa may has no majority and now andrew mitchell was one of at least twenty conservatives ready to defy her on this he explained what that added up to a hung parliament this is evidence power passes from the cabinet room to the floor of the house of commons he joined forces in his campaign with day margaret hodge the senior labour mp who used to chair the public spending watchdog transparency mr speaker is a very powerful tool with open registers we will then know who owns what and where and we will be able to see where the money flows and then we will be better equipped to rooftops dirty money and deal with the issues that arise from that there wasn't quite universal delight that the government had given into this the conservative geoffrey cox said par was breaking a solemn pledge we said we will not legislate for you in these areas of public responsibility without your consent and by this measure today we are breaking that promise to them and beneath the dignity of this parliament to do away with that promise on that pledge of good faith grumbles from around him there and a conservative bob seeley reminded him of their election manifesto i believe it was in the last two manifest is that we have had so i'm not quite sure why we're arguing on this side of the house but thank you and the snp's handlebar del couldn't understand why geoffrey cox wasn't more worried about his devon constituents he seems more concerned with a promise to the cayman islands the people of his own constituency of corruption but another conservative sir henry bellingham who used to be the minister responsible for the british overseas territories wanted the government to cooperate with them on the changeover he feared the could be trouble how are they going to transition and build up tourism for example in the case of the arizona agriculture in which now very very far behind and furthermore speaker but there are nascent independence movements.
"sir henry" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency
"He covered crime for many years and i did have a crime show after i did my stint at you know a florida minneapolis philadelphia new york la new york and then i was most recently on h l land i covered a lot of crime and you know that when you order the hit it doesn't matter whether you pull the trigger you culpable as the person who pulled the trigger and i believe that also applies to killing animals grew we have a caller on the line of page is her name page welcome to the shell which question okay thank you very much can you hear me kathy i'm doing a little driving drive drive time here so oh oh yes sir yes sir henry all the way okay just real quickly i do have a question it's sorta pointed to you gentlemen it's it's it's jeff and ryan okay are are you gentlemen beginning i'm just curious i am not okay no judgment just curious so i actually do a little bit of work with jane i am on tier and help out with some things which is kinda cool and i heard she was on the show and there's something that's been coming up over and over again and i thought well what the heck we'll get it answered on the air which is this conversation two things if i may one is about humane meet a lot of people say well wait a minute i'm i'm i'm eating humane meat because it's the way it's you know raise and i know you talked about hunting that that was one and then to if i can just grab this one too is the piece about cholesterol so i know people talk a lot about protein protein protein and there's a lot of answers to that but cholesterol something that you've been talking about jane and i go wait a minute.
"sir henry" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The same reason he got this cancer of the mouth and he wanted to see me because he's afraid of surgery and justify these afraid of surgery he i examined him as a threecentimetre mass by the incheon quarter on the floor the math is of fun getting upset cali flower the right side going up the mandible going onto the tongue he's got thickness in the neck worry as metastatic modules lymph nodes in the neck he's an x mockery stop only a few weeks ago decades is planned for surgery came to me because afraid that he might die on the table he's afraid he'll be deformed if he lives if he dies he's afraid and if he lives he's afraid of how he'll look removing part of the tongue and floor of the mouth at the bone the man the bowen taking part of his arm and his leg to put it into his mouth is justifiably afraid and there are options this is the work that we do without that radical surgery so many people come to us to avoid that radical sir henry this kind of cancer responds very well to our treatment and that's why so many people come to radio surgery new york at thirteen 84 broadway broadway and thirty a street in manhattan where we accept most insurances medicare medicaid what it what a 67yearold woman she's widowed she has five children and she has a recurrence stage for breast cancer again she came to us for one of these big super duper hospitals of manhattan while she had her breasts removed and now the cancer came back right where it was before in the breast in the skin around the flying gone the back his at bilateral mastectomy said that big hospital they cut off both brass and now both her right and left armer all swollen up from that surgery she had the right breast cancer truth mustaq demeaned standard radiation chemo at a super duper big plays she had brain metastases stage for cancer and she came to us to be restaged we found a new brain us remember she's going to the other place you just came there came to us a couple of days ago he found new cancer and the brain new cancer the bodied cancer wrapped around her skin and that's why she's here because she has like so many patients highly complex difficult cancers that we specialize.
"sir henry" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Folks were always a little bit leery of anything that could stir up possible slave rebellions and insurrections we've tucked we've covered quite a few slave rebellions i think on the podcast so most of you probably have a good background on on those fears that that people had during the revolutionary war and after true in this case though it took a seventeen 75 proclamation from the royal governor for jinya lord done more to really shake things up he promised freedom to the slaves of a rebel masters if they joined the british that plus the simple need for states to fill continental army recruitment quotas with basically anyone they could get was enough for the rules to start being overlooked rhode island for example even authorise slave enlistment in seventeen seventy eight and of course to many slaves saadun morris offer as an opportunity i mean this that's why it was such a a problem for the the patriots side if you're going to be turning away many who can just go sign up with the british that's probably a bad move but you have many slaves saadun morris offer as a a chance out of slavery according to kellyanne lewis again up to twenty thousand african served the british during the war which was a number wait higher than i was expecting to see the stakes were raise though so it didn't just become an issue of if he serve a rebel master you can possibly get your freedom if you fight for the british in seventeen seventy nine sir henry clinton who is the commander in chief of british forces in america issued a proclamation that any blacks captured with patriot forces would be sold for a profit so now if you are deciding to throw in your luck with the patriot causing you're caught you're just going to be sold again that actually gives a pretty good indication that lord done moore's earlier offer freedom shouldn't be taken as a human rights gesture it was debated in great britain as possibly shameful in so much as it could turn sleigh.
"sir henry" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"sir henry" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"This whole thing i'm not so sure by by it's about it's abomination you know uh into the bible and never mind garishly talking stuck a evangelical now no i'm not because donald trump is my chosen president under praying there arm i hope i know a lot of people like me had hoped that when trump was picked by the evangelical and they say he's god's chosen uh president uh i had i had hoped that a lot of people i know had hoped that now finally anal was brought into the sunlight and that we can celebrate and we can celebrate food but you know you could celebrate but sex she's well ibn sir henry asks me you brought the whole thing up would you first came on the show which would when you talked of blood and blood book due to be on the show well do they got the book the interview you you brought the whole thing up i don't but i i hope whole like i'm saying evancho klay the dog pro appealed but number will go if a number one of god god fearing uh uh president than it's possible that maybe were close to that day when anal pin come out into the sunlight and be openly celebrated on the front lawns or i don't know on sent lawns chris i think you need a doctor a physical dr psychologist wife procoal darker just to make sure you don't have any you know venereal disease that a psychologist then it priest and then you should just by yourself a coffin and sit and wait for it all to happen work i chris boardman has been are a special guest to kick things off here i will i will give you the spurs is but a very edifying conversation one that i will remember one that is gives you a lot of food for thought thanks very much.
"sir henry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Going to be in there on monday sir henry follow along on social media ad alley shot china's geographical and on twitter it's happening in the morning like ten thirty in the morning so yeah this is going to be the announcement and the you know kind of first hardhat to her first first time media will be in that building since the last day the clearance have you ever been by others looked in a window or anything to see what's going on housing i really i haven't i haven't been over there but there are other things that are that are coming in some thing yes so i mean it's going to be it is going to be very interesting to hear whether that affects your home do you know we didn't talk about it but you know what is ending is the fashioned police do you know of on that so i dim yes suto the fashioned police is coming to an end after two deputy did two decades they just announced this on wednesday that they're going to sign off with a special that will be called fashioned police the farewell on november twenty seven and melissa rivers of course of course will host it and there will be some never before seen footage and part of that is on aired 80s themed episode that featured the late shows cocreator in longrunning host joan rivers and it was helmed of course by her when it was first conceived in 1995 and until her death she died in in september of 2014 that's already deal three years ago but melissa rivers said thank you for having the vision to see the potential of fashion police which change both the entertainment and fashion industry's i am truly proud to be part of the legacy do you still watch it no yeah i think i mean i i recorded the and then i you know after an award show i might dip in but think about and i ever think to i can't say that i think that knee knee leak sir margaret show where the right fit i like brad but anyway it's you know it's really been around for a long time and this is going to be the end so they're going out with a bang on november 27th at eight o'clock on et adt on e what is melissa going to.
"sir henry" Discussed on FT Politics
"A don't really think that's the case i mean i think business is trying very hard to give as much impetus possible so that its priorities all listen to before the general election one of the biggest concerns were that those protests were simply not being recognised in downing street and that's with theresa may's former advises nick timothy and fiona hill they were providing a sort of barrier and a very deep resistance to listening to business concerns i think that has eased that business is still very worried that there is a lack of detail is not just the lack of the strategic priorities being set up clearly it's also the underneath that there is a lack of detail them and as you were saying an alex was saying the complexity of the negotiations on issues like customs arrangements what kind of it system we will have to manage our immigration all these loss of work 38 require loss of detail or absolutely not even near that level of work at the moment sir henry newman give us your perspective on where we all because what we heard from philip hammond this week on the transition the off the shelf dot seems quite logic can away because as alex was saying the eu 2017 vague united on that aims to end wasting time trying to negotiate epas spoke transition deal where tung should be spent on what the eventual thing looks like are you confident that we can get an transition to you that works politically and practically and then why does that leave us after that for a very attractive by philip herman school for off the shelf transition deal but i think we should let the perfect theory of the good at of it we should search for a goldilocks transition let's concentrate on putting our energies into the complexities of a future arrangement an executive thorough saying the loss of complex detail still to be worked out and government and white tools observers had not made sufficient process in getting through these.
"sir henry" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
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"sir henry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Baseball strike started this week imagineasia want is reuniting eighty nine nolan ryan begin the second featured if he all 2016 glenn hayes ricky anderson became the second player to steal nine hundred basis this week ninety ninety three ninety ninety two of the us olympic baseball team played its first exhibition games reuniting ninetyfive the devil's beat the flyers to go there i and got final of this week 95 salt lake city was awarded the nineteenth winter olympics in two thousand two good evening night side if you could god we would be talking with downright radio has throughout his closer together the wbz news radio ten three king i'm really going next ameri and denim ameri thank you for your patience you're next a night side paolo all any quote cracked right ear i won't allow all that i am i'll take you've rankled aaron watson paolo and we are very happy boy xia maria appreciate the kind words garetta head i have to say yes we would be so watkins crash growing earnings the topic waving gear parent i would hope hit the bocassa's yes all i'll does hearing would be away have ban the rush well i lack sir henry every sorry about they can kill number voting we go what exact will affect and on uh hey planner a battle on people put a lot of paint will and i couldn't get opel eight overpaying will outside i'm sure you're at there were fait fate will i think it in hillary kqed who are in office which hotel they apathetic lobbyists like uh what's your guiding and you search case it oh god and you don't have the republican lake powerful congress bad priok you watch an issue or a lack.