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Myra (painting)

1995 depiction of Myra Hindley by the Young British Artist Marcus Harvey''Myra'' is a large painting created by Marcus Harvey in 1995. It became notorious when it was exhibited at the ''Sensation'' exhibition of Young British Artists at the Royal Academy of Art in London from 8 September to 28 December 1997.==Painting==The work measures . At first sight, it resembles a greatly magnified version of a black and white photograph printed in a newspaper. It was made using casts of an infant's hand to... read more


Myra ( ) was an ancient Greek town in Lycia where the small town of Kale ('' LyciaDemre '') is situated today, in present-day LyciaDemreAntalya Province of LyciaDemreAntalya ProvinceTurkey . It was located on the river Myros (''Demre Çay''), in the fertile LyciaDemreAntalya ProvinceTurkeyalluvial plain between Alaca Dağ, the Massikytos range and the LyciaDemreAntalya ProvinceTurkeyalluvial plainAegean Sea .== Historical evidence ==Although some scholars equate Myra with the town Mira... read more


''my''RA ("my retirement account") is a type of Roth IRA account sponsored by the United States Treasury and administered by Comerica.''My''RA is a component of the U.S. government's "Opportunity for All" plan, which has a goal of "ensuring middle class Americans feel secure in their jobs, homes and budgets."My-RA.info, President Obama signing ''My''RA at the Irvin Plant of U.S. Steel near Pittsburgh.== History ==The ''my''RA program was announced on January 28, 2014, by President Barack Obama during... read more

Henry Hindley

Henry Hindley (1701–1771) was an 18th-century clockmaker , watchmaker and maker of scientific instruments. He invented a clockmakerscrew-cutting lathe , a fuse-cutting engine and an improved wheel-cutting engine and made one of the first clockmakerscrew-cutting lathedividing engine s,''Scientific Instruments of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries and their Makers'', Portman Books, London 1989 ISBN 978-0-7134-0727-3 for the construction of accurately-graduated arcs on scientific instruments.... read more

Hindley (surname)

Hindley is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Jeremy Hindley

Jeremy Hindley (1 January 1944 – 7 January 2013) was an English horse trainer who trained around 700 winners in a 17-year career.He trained horses such as ''Protection Racket'', who won the Irish St. Leger, ''The Go-Between'', who won 11 starts at the Cornwallis Stakes, and ''Crash Course'', winner of the Doncaster CupHindley died on 7 January 2013, at the age 69 at his home in Hermanus, South Africa, after suffering from Motor neurone disease since 2001. He is survived by his wife, his ex-wife... read more

Becky Hindley

Rebecca "Becky" Hindley is an English television, stage and radio actress based in Lancaster, England. She is best known for her eight-month stint in Coronation Street as Charlotte Hoyle in 2010; her performance as the deranged bunny boiler was met with praise by the soap's producer Phil Collinson and her co-stars Jennie McAlpine and Graeme Hawley. Charlotte Hoyle was actually the third character Hindley had played in the soap, as she had made two previous guest appearances, in 2006 and 2007.Hindley's... read more

Peter Hindley

Peter Hindley (born 19 May 1944) is a former English footballer who played in the Football League for Nottingham Forest, Coventry City and Peterborough United.==External links==Category:England under-23 international footballersCategory:English Football League playersCategory:Peterborough United F.C. players read more

Hindley, Northumberland

Hindley is a small hamlet, comprising around 20 residences. It is in the parish of Broomley and Stocksfield and is just to the south of Stocksfield in Northumberland with Broomley to the west and Whittonstall to the east. It is south of the river Tyne. Hindley is composed of a large house, Hindley Hall (now split up into three houses and four flats), a farm (now converted into residences) and a post box.==History==Hindley is likely to have developed from a farm due to its close proximity to Dere... read more

Rachel Hindley

Rachel Hindley is a female badminton player of New Zealand.She played at the 2005 World Badminton Championships in Anaheim. In the women's singles event she lost in the first round to Nathalie Descamps of Belgium 4-11, 11-9, 9-11. She reached the second round of the women's doubles event (partnering Rebecca Bellingham). She competed in the 2006 Commonwealth Games.==References==Category:New Zealand female badminton playersCategory:Badminton players at the 2006 Commonwealth GamesCategory:Commonwealth... read more

John Hindley

===Early years in the UK (1982-1985)===Hindley was trained by his nephew Ted Betley firstly in Winwick Warrington and then Port Erin, Isle of Man. He made his debut in January 1982 at the age of 16 at Gloucester Leisure Centre, under the name John Savage. He wrestled in the United Kingdom for a couple of years having regular TV bouts with Alan Kilby and Drew McDonald before moving over to Canada with his wife Jane.===Stampede Wrestling===Joining Stampede Wrestling in 1985, Hindley was billed as Davey... read more

Hindley School

Hindley School is one of five public elementary schools in Darien, Connecticut, serving about 550 pupils from kindergarten through Grade 5. A part of Darien Public Schools, Hindley sits at 10 Nearwater Lane (at the intersection of Nearwater Lane and the Boston Post Road) in the Noroton section of Darien.== Overview ==Hindley's school day lasts from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Hindley Husky is the official mascot and appears on the mural at the schools cafeteria. Parents of Hindley students have... read more

Hindley Manufacturing

Hindley Manufacturing Company is an ISO 9001-2000 certified, wire-hardware manufacturer located in Cumberland, Rhode Island. The company produces a wide range of specially designed wire forms and standard wire hardware parts for number of applications and industries.Specific products include Bright Wire and Stainless Steel Hardware, Peg Hooks, Turnbuckles, Storage Hooks, Plumbing Specialties, Cotter Pins, Eyebolts, U-bolts, J-bolts, Screw Eyes & a variety of Hook types.In 1897, the company's founder... read more

Clement Hindley

Sir Clement Daniel Maggs Hindley (19 December 1874 – 3 May 1944) was a British civil engineer. Hindley spent much of his life working in Bengal for the East Indian Railway Company eventually becoming their general manager. He also served as India's first Chief Commissioner of Railways bringing about the nationalisation of the East Indian and Great Indian Peninsular railways, the reorganisation of the Railway Department and establishing the Railway Staff College at Dehradun. His work for the... read more

Hindley Earnshaw

Hindley Earnshaw is a fictional character in Emily Brontë's novel ''Wuthering Heights''. The brother of Catherine Earnshaw, father of Hareton Earnshaw, and sworn enemy of Heathcliff, he descends into a life of drunkenness, degradation, and misery after his wife Frances dies from consumption, shortly after childbirth. This enables Heathcliff to seek revenge on him for his cruelty towards him in his childhood years.==Story==Hindley sees Heathcliff as a rival when Mr. Earnshaw, his father, brings him... read more


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