, an ornithologist; from these gentlemen we may look forward to important information concerning these interesting regions.
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Who's Pete Townshend
, the man who helped invent the rock opera, has now written a rock novel.
refused to reunite for UK and US gigs to celebrate the rock band's 55th anniversary unless they recorded new material.
STAFFORDSHIRE pilot Flt Lt Andrew Townshend
, whose actions sparked the emergency, has spoken of his regret - and the need for lessons to be learned.
Superior officers had made it clear that Townshend
was a well-respected serviceman with a good future ahead of him.
Flt Lt Andrew Townshend
had taken his own camera on to the Airbus A330 Voyager, and had taken 95 shots on the day of the drama, a court martial heard last March.
Allotments have actually been around for a lot longer than 100 years but, in the 19th century, they were mainly provided in Newcastle by collectives of enthusiasts known as allotment societies, says Tim Townshend
, a professor of urban design for health at Newcastle University.
, although conceding weight to his seven rivals, is expected to register his fourth success over the bigger obstacles.
FORMER council deputy leader Phil Townshend
will no longer receive an honorary degree because his daughter is concerned about the safety and security of their family.
Major General Sir Charles Vere Ferrers Townshend
KCB, DSO (1861-1924) was a product of empire.
As a college student from New Zealand spending a year in the U.S., Hanan Townshend
answered a generic-looking help-wanted ad that, he recalls, read something like "notable director seeks composer to help with current project." He figured that if he got the gig, it would be good for his resume.
The companies have submitted proposals to the government about how the country could change their contracts from service agreements to a model closer to production sharing agreements, Michael Townshend
, the company's regional president for the Middle East, told reporters in Abu Dhabi last week.