Ainsley

Ainsley

(ˈeɪnzlɪ)
n
(Biography) Sir Ben, full name Charles Benedict Ainsley. born 1977, English competitive sailor: won gold medals for Britain at four consecutive Olympics (2000–2012)
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NEW YORK -- LexisNexis, a global leader in legal, news and business information, today announced the appointment of Christopher Ainsley as senior vice president, strategy and business development, LexisNexis Group (LNG), effective November 1, 2005.
Tonight is a huge game," said long-serving manager Ainsley.
VIEWERS were stunned when ITV News cut to footage of chef Ainsley Harriott during an item on comic Lenny Henry's knighthood.
MANAGER Jason Ainsley is hoping Saturday's narrow 1-0 victory at Marske can provide a platform for his Spennymoor side to reel in Northern League leaders Celtic Nation.
Arlene Ainsley, cabinet member for transport and air quality, said: "Like other cities across the country, Newcastle's roads are seeing the cost of ongoing austerity.
REVISIT: Ainsley Jordan, left, and Doha College Principal Dr Sommer.
Christine Hamilton and Anne Diamond have a tough task of picking the grapes in the sweltering heat while Ainsley Harriott, Vicki Michelle and Nick Owen get down and dirty and crush the grapes the old fashioned way - with their feet.
TENSION is simmering between Bake Off's Paul Hollywood and fellow TV cook James Martin over fame, says their pal Ainsley Harriott.
THE curtain has only just come down on another promotion-winning campaign for Spennymoor Town but the club's Teessideborn boss Jason Ainsley is already planning to make a serious impression next season in Vanarama National League North.