Ballantyne


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Ballantyne

(ˈbælənˌtaɪn)
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(Biography) R(obert) M(ichael). 1825–94, British author, noted for such adventure stories as The Coral Island (1857)
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He contributed largely, in succession, to the 'Edinburgh' and 'Quarterly' reviews, and having become a secret partner in the printing firm of the Ballantyne brothers, two of his school friends, exerted himself not only in the affairs of the company but in vast editorial labors of his own, which included among other things voluminously annotated editions of Dryden and Swift.
Patrick Ballantyne's experience and achievement in this area is superseded by one thing; his own appreciation for the craft of songwriting.” ~ Matt Connell (President, Northwood Records)
* Kathy Ballantyne, Director of Parks and Facilities, reported that the lights at Farrington Park at the creek crossing and the electrical supply at baseball diamond had been installed.
Telstra Group Executive of Retail, Gordon Ballantyne, said Telstra had helped Australians connect for more than a century and looked forward to partnering with industry to help advance healthcare.
David Ballantyne, 60, had said he had difficulty walking 15 yards and climbing stairs because of a knee injury and claimed more than PS56,000 in various benefits.
Robert Ballantyne, 51, grabbed his spouse Lynette, a former nurse, and addressed her by the 'C-word' when he flew into a rage due to her watching television in their lounge, it was claimed.
Robert Ballantyne, 38, was brought to justice a week ago after carrying out sordid assaults on the two girls more than 16 years ago.
Ambac Financial Group announced the closing of a restructuring transaction proposed by Ballantyne in relation to its obligations following approval from the Irish High Court and the Bankruptcy Court of the Southern District of New York.
Tory welfare spokeswoman Michelle Ballantyne has come under renewed pressure after saying she did not "care one way or the other" about delaying reforms to pension credits.
Saviour Jim Ballantyne met Clydebank administrators and concluded a deal worth PS160,000.
Craig Derrick, of Carseview, had admitted assaulting Tony Ballantyne to his injury at an address in the village's Baingle Crescent on March 28 last year.
Even the founder's son and Ballantyne's grandfather, Elwin Hussey, is part of the tradition.