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Sayers would join fellow pacemen Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazelwood, Pat Cummins and Jye Richardson in the squad.
In recent years, we have forged a very close relationship with Hodgson Sayers and we were delighted when the company offered to sponsor the award and offer an apprenticeship in pitched roofing to the winner.
John Nixon, defending, said Sayers drove at a "moderate" and "restrained" speed in the first incident and expressed remorse to an officer.
Sayers regards the pindapitryajna ("rice-ball sacrifice to the Ancestors") as the core rite, pointing to features such as the place and type of offering and manner of wearing the sacred thread that are alien to srauta and hence indicative of a heretofore "extra-textual tradition" (p.
In translating Dante, Sayers had followed his terza rima scheme, in which the sound of the last word of the middle line of each tercet provides the rhyme for the first and last lines of the next.
Another North West institution, Warburtons, bought Sayers in 1990, adding the company to the mix of family bakers it had already taken over, among them Sayers' sister bakery chain Hampsons.
As the title implies, Fletcher's primary focus is on Sayers' theology of work and its Trinitarian framework; her contention is that Sayers has a valid insight into creativity as a human analogue of the Trinitarian revelation of God.
In the SyKes Cup final, Sayers hit 103 in 120 balls, including 11 boundaries, and helped Swain post a record score of 304-4.
Malcolm Prosecutor Julius Capon told the court Sayers was stopped after flying in from Paris - the final leg of a journey which began in Dakar, Senegal.
The building she taught in was the scene of some of the worse destruction as the tremors tore apart walls and windows leaving Ms Sayers and eight other staff and 60 pupils dead.
Quite earnest in her commitment to both theo and poetics, Sayers agreed to the project, deciding to "hand over"--in both senses--the ancient story of Christ's bodily resurrection.
Ms Sayers was at the same time dumped as the local party's president, prompting constituency agent Jonathan Fraser-Howells to resign.