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Ben Cousins

Benjamin Luke "Ben" Cousins (born 30 June 1978) is a former Australian rules football er, best known for his 270-game career with and in the Australian rules footballAustralian Football League (AFL).Cousins is listed by journalist Australian rules footballAustralian Football LeagueMike Sheahan as one of the top 50 players of all time. During his twelve years with West Coast, he won several of the league's highest individual awards, including a Australian rules footballAustralian Football... read more

Bryan Cousins

Bryan Cousins (born 29 December 1953) is a former Australian rules footballer who played over 300 games in the Victorian Football League (VFL) and West Australian Football League (WAFL) competitions.Cousins played as a rover and stood at 175 centimetres in height. After playing in the WAFL between 1970 and 1974 for the Perth Football Club, he was recruited to the VFL to play with Geelong where he made his debut in 1975. He went on to play 67 games for the club until 1979 when he returned to Perth.... read more

Mark Cousins (footballer)

Mark Richard Cousins (born 9 January 1987) is an English footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Dagenham & Redbridge. He is a product of the Colchester United Academy and has made over 50 Football League appearances for the Essex club. He also appeared on loan for Staines Town, Enfield Town and Yeading.==Career==Cousins, born in Chelmsford, Essex, is a product of the Colchester United Academy. He signed for Colchester during his final year of school after being released by Fulham. Youth team coach... read more

Ben Atkins

Ben Atkins (né Christopher Wilkinson) is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera ''Neighbours'', played by Brett Cousins. He made his first appearance on-screen on 9 April 1997 and departed on 22 May 1998. Ben made a two-episode guest return the following month.==Casting==Upon graduating from Deakin University with a BA degree in Drama, Cousins took on a 50-word guest role on Neighbours as an Attendant in a scene where established character Billy Kennedy went bungee jumping. When the... read more

Ben Warriss

Ben Holden Driver Warriss (29 May 1909 – 14 January 1993), known as Ben Warriss, was an English comedian and the first cousin of fellow comedy actor Jimmy Jewel. Allegedly the two cousins were born in the same bed (at different times) and brought up in the same household at 52 Andover Street, Sheffield. He was the son of Benjamin Holden Joseph Warriss, an insurance company inspector, and his wife, Mary Ann, née Driver, Jewel's mother's sister. He first performed on the stage in 1930. Jimmy Jewel... read more

Ben Tansey

Ben Tansey was the son of Bernard Tansey and Kathleen Glynn of Caltraghduff, Ballyforan, Co. Roscommon. Ben Tansey played senior intercounty football and hurling for two different counties, namely Roscommon and Meath.Ben started playing hurling and football with his local clubs, Four Roads and St. Aidan's in Roscommon. He won underage hurling championships with Four Roads and also a U16"B" All-Ireland hurling medal with Roscommon. He played Minor and Under 21 football and hurling for Roscommon. Ben... read more

Ben Kerner

Ben Kerner (June 9, 1913 – November 22, 2000) was an American professional basketball pioneer. He was the founder, owner and executive of the St. Louis Hawks of the National Basketball Association. Today, the franchise Kerner founded exists as the Atlanta Hawks.In 1946, Kerner founded a professional team in Buffalo that moved after a few games to become the Moline, Illinois based Tri-Cities Blackhawks franchise. Kerner then moved the franchise to Milwaukee in 1951 and then St. Louis in 1955. The... read more

Ben Harney

Ben Harney, from cover of 1896 sheet music Benjamin Robertson "Ben" Harney (March 6, 1872 – March 2, 1938) was an American Americansongwriter , Americansongwriterentertainer , and pioneer of Americansongwriterentertainerragtime Americansongwriterentertainerragtimemusic . His 1896 composition "You've Been a Good Old Wagon but You Done Broke Down" is regarded as one of the early ragtime composition.Kleber, John E., editor. ''The Encyclopedia of Louisville''. University Press of Kentucky, 2001.... read more

Ben Futcher

Benjamin Paul "Ben" Futcher (born 4 June 1981) is an English former professional footballer and development coach at Football League One side Bury.As a player he was a defender from 1999 to 2013 notably playing for Lincoln City between 2002 and 2005 where he played in two play-off finals. He has also played for Oldham Athletic, Stalybridge Celtic, Doncaster Rovers, Boston United, Grimsby Town, Peterborough United, Bury, Oxford United, Mansfield Town, AFC Telford United, Macclesfield Town and F.C.... read more

Ben Greene

Ben Greene (28 December 1901 – October 1978) was a British Labour Party politician and pacifist. He was interned during the Second World War because of his fascist associations and appealed to the Judicial Committee of the House of Lords against his detention. In the leading case of Liversidge v. Anderson the Law Lords declined to interfere with ministerial discretion on matters of national security and thus refused to review his detention.==Early life==Greene was born in Brazil to a mother... read more

Ben Reilly

Benjamin "Ben" Reilly, also known as the Steven ButlerScarlet Spider , Steven ButlerScarlet SpiderSpider-Man , and Spider-Carnage, is a fictional comic book Steven ButlerScarlet SpiderSpider-Mansuperhero appearing in publications by Steven ButlerScarlet SpiderSpider-MansuperheroMarvel Comics . He is a clone and ally of Peter Parker , and is prominent in the " Peter ParkerClone Saga " story arc. He first appeared in '' Peter ParkerClone SagaThe Amazing Spider-Man '' #149 (October 1975).==Publication... read more

Jim Cousins

James Mackay Cousins (born 23 February 1944) is an English Labour Party politician who was the Labour PartyMember of Parliament (MP) for Newcastle upon Tyne Central from 1987 to 2010 .==Early life==Cousins was educated at the 2010City of London School , 2010City of London SchoolNew College, Oxford and the LSE . While at Oxford University , Cousins was a leading member of the University's Liberal Club . During the 1960s, he authored a pamphlet rejecting the "new" Labour of the Liberal... read more

James Cousins

James Henry Cousins (22 July 1873 – 20 February 1956) was an Irish writer, playwright, actor, critic, editor, teacher and poet. He used several pseudonyms including Mac Oisín and the pseudonymsHindu name Jayaram.Cousins was born at 18, Kevor Street in pseudonymsHinduBelfast , Ireland, the descendant of pseudonymsHinduBelfastHuguenot refugees. Largely self-educated at night schools, he worked some time as a clerk became private secretary and speechwriter to pseudonymsHinduBelfastHuguenotSir... read more

Margaret Cousins

Margaret Elizabeth Cousins, ''née'' Gillespie, also known as Gretta Cousins (7 October 1878–11 March 1954) was an Irish-Indian educationist, suffragist and Theosophist, who established All India Women's Conference (AIWC) in 1927. AIWC website. She was the wife of poet and literary critic James Cousins, with whom she moved to India in 1915. She is credited with composing the tune for the Indian National Anthem ''Jana Gana Mana'' in February 1919, during Rabindranath Tagore's visit to the Madanapalle... read more

Duane Cousins

Duane Cousins (born 13 July 1973) is an Australian former racewalker who competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics and in the 2000 Summer Olympics.==References==Category:Athletes (track and field) at the 1996 Summer OlympicsCategory:Athletes (track and field) at the 2000 Summer OlympicsCategory:Athletes (track and field) at the 1998 Commonwealth GamesCategory:Athletes (track and field) at the 2002 Commonwealth GamesCategory:Athletes (track and field) at the 2006 Commonwealth Games read more


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