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BIRTHS

JANUARY

4: Actress Samantha Morton and fiance Harry Holm, a girl, Edie.

8: Fashion designer Stella McCartney and husband Alasdhair Willis, a son, Beckett Robert Lee.

FEBRUARY

22: Actress Jennifer Lopez and her husband Marc Anthony, twins - a boy and a girl, Max and Emme.

27: Belgian tennis star Kim Clijsters and husband Brian Lynch, a daughter, Jada Ellie.

MARCH

2: Actress Jeri Ryan and her husband, chef Christophe Eme, a daughter, Gisele Eme.

9: Scottish actress Kelly MacDonald and husband Dougie Payne, a son, Freddie Peter.

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7: England cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff and wife Rachael Wools, a son, Rocky.

11: TV and radio presenter Jamie Theakston and wife Sophie, a son, Sidney.

MAY

3: Newcastle-born actress and Strictly Come Dancing star Jill Halfpenny and husband, actor Craig Conway, a son, Harvey Reece.

13: TV presenter Kate Thornton and fiance DJ Darren Emerson, a son, Ben.

JUNE

9: Actress Tori Spelling and Dean Mc-Dermott, a daughter, Stella Doreen.

10: Radio One DJ Edith Bowman and boyfriend Tom Smith, a son, Rudy Brae brae  
n. Scots
A hillside; a slope.



[Middle English bra, from Old Norse br
.

JULY

7: Actress Nicole Kidman and husband Keith Urban, a daughter, Sunday Rose.

28: Ex-EastEnders star Shane Richie and wife Christie, a daughter, Lolita Bell.

AUGUST

16: Take That's Mark Owen and girlfriend Emma Ferguson, a son, Elwood Jack.

28: DJ Emma B and husband Damian Wilson, a son, Billy Ray.

SEPTEMBER

5: Actress Minnie Driver, a son, Henry Story.

16: Actor Mark Wahlberg and fiancee Rhea Durham, a son, Brendan Joseph.

25: Newsreader A client program that is used to read messages from Internet-based discussion groups (the venerable Usenet) or syndication feeds such as RSS and Atom. Some programs provide a search and organization tool for both newsgroups and feeds as well as local e-mail messages, contacts and other  Natasha Kaplinsky and husband Justin Bower, a son.

OCTOBER

7: Lisa Marie Presley Lisa Marie Presley (born February 1, 1968) is an American singer/songwriter, who is the only daughter of Elvis Presley and Priscilla Beaulieu Presley. Presley heritage
As Elvis' only child, Lisa Marie eventually inherited his estate at the age of 30.
 and husband Michael Lockwood, twin girls - Finley and Harper.

26: Coronation Street actress Tina O'Brien and her partner Ryan Thomas, a daughter, Scarlett Jacqueline.

27: Radio One presenter Jo Whiley and husband Steve Morton, a daughter, Coco Lux.

NOVEMBER

5: Actress Michelle Monaghan and husband Peter White, a daughter, Willow.

10: Ex-Eternal singer Louise Redknapp and soccer pundit husband Jamie, a son, Beau Henry.

DECEMBER

7: America's Next Top Model judge/fashion photographer Nigel Barker and his model wife Cristen Chin Barker, a daughter. Jasmine Ines.

7: Ugly Betty star Eric Mabius and wife Ivy Sherman, a son, Rylan Jaxson.

DEATHS

JANUARY

11: Sir Edmund Hillary, 88, New Zealand mountaineer and explorer and the first to reach the summit of Mount Everest, after a brief illness, 88.

20: Abdul Latif, Newcastle restaurateur who claimed to serve the world's hottest curry, heart attack, 53.

22: Australian actor Heath Ledger, star of Brokeback Mountain and Batman, from accidental drugs overdose, 28.

30: Jeremy Beadle, 59, British television presenter following pneumonia and a long battle against leukaemia.

FEBRUARY

10: Roy Scheider, American Academy Award-nominated actor (The French Connection, Jaws, All That Jazz), cancer, 75.

19: Mary Barclay, British actress (Crossroads, A Touch Of Class), 91.

22: Sir Maurice Laing, industrialist, chairman of the construction group that built the M1 motorway and first president of the CBI CBI
abbr.
cumulative book index


CBI Confederation of British Industry

CBI n abbr (= Confederation of British Industry) → C.E.O.E.
, 90.

MARCH

1: The Right Reverend Kevin Dunn, 57, the Catholic Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle.

8: Carol Barnes, 63, British ITN ITN n abbr (Brit) (= Independent Television News) → chaîne de télévision commerciale

ITN (Brit) n abbr (TV) (= Independent Television News) →
 news presenter, stroke.

30: Dith Pran, 65, Cambodian-born American journalist, survivor of the Killing Fields, pancreatic cancer

APRIL April: see month.  

8: Cedella Booker, Jamaican mother of Bob Marley, 81, natural causes.

17: Veteran Labour MP Gwyneth Dunwoody, the longest-serving female MP in Parliament, age 77, following open heart surgery.

25: Humphrey Lyttelton, 86, British jazz trumpeter.

MAY

1: Bernard Archard, actor, star of the BBC BBC
 in full British Broadcasting Corp.

Publicly financed broadcasting system in Britain. A private company at its founding in 1922, it was replaced by a public corporation under royal charter in 1927.
 Spycatcher series in 1959, 91.

24: Dick Martin, 86, American comedian (Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In), respiratory complications.

28: Beryl Cook, 81, British painter. Died peacefully at home in Plymouth.

JUNE

1: Yves Saint Laurent, French fashion designer, 71.

2: Bo Diddley, jazzman, 79, American rock & roll singer, guitarist, and songwriter, heart failure.

JULY

1: Mel Galley, British guitarist (Trapeze, Whitesnake, Phenomena), 60, esophageal cancer.

3: Clive Hornby, 63, British actor (Emmerdale), hypoxia hypoxia

Condition in which tissues are starved of oxygen. The extreme is anoxia (absence of oxygen). There are four types: hypoxemic, from low blood oxygen content (e.g., in altitude sickness); anemic, from low blood oxygen-carrying capacity (e.g.
.

14: Hugh Lloyd, British actor (Hancock's Half Hour), 85.

17: Lord Hunt of Tanworth, Secretary of the Cabinet, 1973-79, aged 88.

17: Paul Sorensen, American actor who appeared in Dallas,, 82.

AUGUST

3: Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Russian novelist, dramatist and historian, 89, heart failure.

10: Terence Rigby, 71, British actor, lung cancer.

23: John Russell, art critic and author, aged 89.

31: Ken Campbell, British actor, writer and improvisation king, 66.

SEPTEMBER

8: Celia Gregory, 58, British actress.

10: Vernon Handley, British classical conductor, 77.

15: Richard Wright, 65, British keyboardist (Pink Floyd) and songwriter ("Dark Side Of The Moon"), cancer.

20: Paul Howell, former Conservative MEP MEP maximum expiratory pressure.
MEP,
n muscle energy procedure; diagnostic and therapeutic technique. Pulsed muscle energy techniques (MET) and integrated neuromuscular inhibition technique (INIT) are two examples.
 for Norfolk died in a plane crash, aged 57.

26: Paul Newman, 83, American Academy Award-winning actor and philanthropist, cancer

OCTOBER

8: Bob Friend, Sky news presenter, aged 70, cancer.

31: John Daly, British film producer whose work included Platoon and Terminator, 71, cancer.

NOVEMBER

2: Madelyn Dunham, American maternal grandmother of Barack Obama, 86.

25: Michael Lee, drummer with the reformed Led Zeppelin in the 1990s, aged 39, unknown causes.

DECEMBER

2: Patrick Maitland, 17th Earl of Lauderdale Patrick Francis Maitland, 17th Earl of Lauderdale, Viscount of Lauderdale, Viscount Maitland, and Lord Thirlestane & Bolton, in the Peerage of Scotland,[1] and a Baronet of Nova Scotia (1680)[2] [3], was born March 17, 1911[4]. , 97, aristocrat and politician, Conservative MP for Lanark from 1951 to 1959, aged 97.

13: Kathy Staff, 80, best known as Nora Batty from TV's Last of the Summer Wine Last of the Summer Wine (occasionally billed as The Last of the Summer Wine in the 1980s and early 1990s), written by Roy Clarke, is the United Kingdom's longest ever running sitcom. .

MARRIAGES

JANUARY

1: Actor Eddie Murphy married Tracey Edmonds.

FEBRUARY

2: Pop star Carla Bruni and French president Nicolas Sarkozy.

APRIL

4: Singer Beyonce Knowles and rapper Jay-Z in New York.

30: R&B diva Mariah Carey and Californian actor Nick Cannon.

MAY

17: Peter Phillips, son of Princess Anne, and Canadian Autumn Kelly.

JUNE

14: Coleen McLoughlin and Wayne Rooney.

21: Singer Olivia Newton-John secretly wed John Easterling in Peru, then had the wedding in Malibu on June 30.

JULY

18: Pop Idol runner-up Gareth Gates and dancer Suzanne Mole, at Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire.

AUGUST

5: Peaches Geldof and American singer Max Drummey, in Las Vegas.

SEPTEMBER

15: Former Star Trek actor George Takei and Brad Altman, in Los Angeles.

OCTOBER

18: Former Coronation Street star Ian Reddington and Lynda Ford in Sheffield.

19: Strictly Come Dancing contestant Tom Chambers and Clare Harding in Repton, Derbyshire.

NOVEMBER

1: Former Steps star Claire Richards and Reece Hill, in Surrey.

DECEMBER

4: Designer Pearl Lowe and Supergrass supergrass
Noun

Brit, Austral & NZ an informer who names a large number of people as terrorists or criminals, esp. one who gives this information in order to avoid being put on trial

Noun 1.
 member Danny Goffey, in Somerset.

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