Gauntlett

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  • Gauntlett won the only point for South Africa in his first singles match.
  • Although the company was doing well, Gauntlett knew it needed extra funds to survive long term.
  • The forenoon watch had just been set, when Colonel Gauntlett came on deck. Cited from The Pirate of the Mediterranean, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • None of Colonel Gauntlett's friends had heard of him. Cited from The Pirate of the Mediterranean, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Their son Henry John Gauntlett was known as a composer.
  • He then sought Colonel Gauntlett, whom he endeavoured to engage in conversation. Cited from The Pirate of the Mediterranean, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Everybody observed it but Colonel Gauntlett, and he remained obstinately blind to what had taken place. Cited from The Pirate of the Mediterranean, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • His assistant Fred Gauntlett, was also on board, but was able to swim to safety.
  • A somewhat similar instrument is the Gauntlett pyrometer, which is largely used in the north of England. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 458, October 11, 1884, by Various
  • A year later, the English organist Henry John Gauntlett discovered the poem and set it to music.
  • Gauntlett and Atkinson started their climb earlier than the others.
  • Among those who worked for him, Gauntlett was known as "MVG".
  • The four friends had split into two groups, with Gauntlett and Hooper helping the less experienced other climbers.
  • In 2007, Gauntlett published online the article, which created some discussion amongst media studies educators.
  • She has no father nor mother; and her only living relation, that I know of, is an old colonel Gauntlett, on whose protection she is entirely thrown. Cited from The Pirate of the Mediterranean, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • "Why, what is that you have got there, Ada?" said Colonel Gauntlett. Cited from The Pirate of the Mediterranean, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Gauntlett was a member of the 1913 South African Davis Cup team which competed for the first time.
  • While he was speaking, Dunnup caught Colonel Gauntlett's eye fixed on him, and it occurred to him that he should introduce his friend. Cited from The Pirate of the Mediterranean, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • He spent much of his early life in Exeter which is where he later met, and married his wife Kate Gauntlett in 1887.
  • Elucidated largely by David Gauntlett, this theory postulates that concerns about new media are historical and cyclical.
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