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Hawke

(hɔːk)
n
1. (Biography) Edward, 1st Baron. 1705–81, British admiral. He destroyed the French fleet in Quiberon Bay (1759), preventing a French invasion of England
2. (Biography) Robert (James Lee), known as Bob. Born 1929, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1983–91)
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Regardless of the result, bleary-eyed Kiwi fans may welcome the late Australian prime minister Bob Hawke's advice after his country pulled an all-nighter in 1983 to watch a victory in the America's Cup."Any boss who sacks anyone today for not turning up is a bum," he said.
Was former Australian PM, Bob Hawke, who died recently, really in the Guinness Book Of Records for beer drinking, as my barman swears?
"The things which are most important don't always scream the loudest" - Bob Hawke, former Australian prime minister, who has died at age.
FORMER PM DIES ON EVE OF AUSTRALIAN ELECTION Australia's former Labor prime minister Bob Hawke has died suddenly aged 89 on the eve of a closely-contested general election.
"The things which are most important don't always scream the loudest" Bob Hawke, former Australian prime minister, who has died at age.
Bob Hawke, Australia's longest-serving Labour Party prime minister - whose charisma and powers of persuasion earned him near-folk hero status among many Australians - has died at the age of 89.
Summary: Canberra [Australia], May 16 (ANI): Bob Hawke, one of Australia's longest-serving prime ministers and a champion of the trade union movement, died on Thursday at the age of 89.
by Times News Service Former Australian PM Bob Hawke.
Ramos, former President of the Philippines; Bob Hawke, former prime minister of Australia; and Morihiro Hosokawa, former prime minister of Japan.
At the initiative of Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke who believed in the necessity of region-wide cooperation on economic matters, a first meeting was held in Canberra in November 1989 followed by APEC's establishment with 12 economies ten months later.