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that "racing is the sole love of his life". DATE OF BIRTH 1983-10-18 PLACE OF BIRTH Auckland (New Zealand) DATE OF DEATH The girls were next shown rehearsing for their first show of the tour, in a small theatre in Auckland. The girls got annoyed that Polydor had sent them the wrong backing tape for "Sound of the Underground (Sound of the Underground (song))", and there were more wardrobe problems. But when it was time for the show, and seeing the large crowd that had turned up, Girls Aloud were motivated to give a great performance for their New Zealand fans, who went away very impressed. Education and career Liley graduated from Otago Medical School at the University of Otago in Dunedin, in 1954. After a period at Australian National University in Canberra, he returned to Auckland where he worked for the rest of his life except for a brief period at Columbia University. While in Auckland he held a number of posts, including at Auckland University, National Women's Hospital and the Medical Research Council of New Zealand (now the Health Research Council of New Zealand). 1942 and 1943 After shakedown, ''Gansevoort'' departed San Francisco 18 November 1942 in the screen of a convoy bound via Hawaii to Noumea, New Caledonia, where she arrived 9 December. Assigned to the South Pacific forces, she spent the next three months giving convoy protection to troop and supply ships reinforcing Guadalcanal from New Caledonia; the New Hebrides; Wellington and Auckland, New Zealand. '''Wilma Smith''' (born 1956) is a Fijian-born violinist. She was born in Suva, Fiji and raised in Auckland, New Zealand. Smith joined the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra as co-concertmaster in 2003. Prior to this she was concertmaster of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. She plays a 1761 Guadagnini violin. Connie Soljak was the daughter of Miriam Soljak (née Cummings), a New Zealand-born feminist, communist and unemployed rights activist mother of Irish descent, and Peter Soljak, a Croatian gumdigger. They eventually settled in the Auckland suburb of Northcote (Northcote, New Zealand). Miriam Soljak was one of the founding members of the New Zealand Family Planning Association in 1940. Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


United States

their next album, ''Seven (Seven (James album))'', which was released in February 1992. It reached number 2 in the UK Albums Chart (its lead single, "Sound (Sound (James song))", had followed "Sit Down" into the top 10 a few months earlier) and earned the band some recognition in the US (United States) as they embarked on their first Stateside tour. The band's activities culminated in a sell-out show to 30,000 people


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