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Female figureheads are needed to promote overseas trade, believes Christine Hamilton, below
But football clubs need a visible, approachable and available figurehead who can discuss more than just the latest injury list and tactical formations for the next Premier League match.
Chris Baybutt, managing director of Figurehead Homes, said: "The evolution of the residential area in Cardiff Bay, known as Cardiff Pointe is an exciting ten-year project that first began in 2013.
Hugh MacDonald, relationship director at NatWest, said "We areW delighted to be supporting Figurehead Homes with its development.
Mr Clarke, 69, said she had requested that the figurehead should have "slightly enhanced bosoms".
diameter Figurehead, consisting of a manhole and two risers, all with various blockouts or penetrations; and, the 11-ton Biscuit structure, described by its fabricator as "a variation of a minimum depth cover.
Bashar al-Assad is a figurehead, not a dictator on the pattern of Saddam Hussein, or even his [Assad's] father.
Terming her as a strong and passionate lady, the former England captain said that he regretted the loss of Thatcher for the country and believes she was an amazing figurehead for many years, The Sun reports.
His words of praise came after the prince, the Duchess of Cornwall and the spiritual figurehead held an informal meeting at Clarence House for around an hour.
I'll continue Speed legacy but I'm not a figurehead says Coleman NEW Wales manager Chris Coleman has vowed to continue the legacy left by his close friend Gary Speed but has warned players and staff: "I am the boss".
Aung San Suu Kyi has been at pains to assert that she is just a figurehead, just one of thousands.
The MLS, though, will fight tooth and nail to keep their figurehead at Galaxy.