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Tim Goodbody (born 1983) is an Irish sailor. He competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he placed 21st in the Finn class.
Slim Goodbody is a fictional character created and performed by John Burstein. Burstein created the character in 1975. He performs wearing a sometimes white, sometimes peach colored unitard with various tissues, organs and organ systems painted in biologically-accurate locations and sizes. Each costume costs $4,000.
Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is one of the so-called Big Four commercial banks in the Republic of Ireland. AIB offers a full range of personal, business and corporate banking services. The bank also offers a range of general insurance products such as home, travel and car. It offers life assurance and pensions through its tied agency with Irish Life Assurance plc.
Clara is a town on the River Brosna in County Offaly and is the 10th largest town in the midlands of Ireland. The town had a population of 3,336 as of the 2016 census. Clara's local services include churches, banks, credit union, schools, supermarkets, shops, garages, pubs, nightclubs and restaurants. It has its own Garda (police) and fire station while the Midlands Regional Hospital is located approximately eleven kilometres away in Tullamore.
How I Won the War is a 1967 British black comedy film starring Michael Crawford, Jack MacGowran, Roy Kinnear, Lee Montague, and John Lennon in his only non-musical acting role. The film, which was directed and produced by Richard Lester, is based upon the 1963 novel of the same name by Patrick Ryan.
The UK based National Student Drama Festival (NSDF) was founded in 1956 with the purpose of creating new art, new artists and new communities. It also runs a charity aimed at empowering young artists. The NSDF is targeted towards people aged 16–25 years old.
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Carl Amery, the pen name of Christian Anton Mayer, was a German writer and environmental activist. Born in Munich, he studied at the University of Munich. He was a participant of Gruppe 47. He died in Munich.
The Other Place is a black box theatre on Southern Lane, near to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. It is owned and operated by the Royal Shakespeare Company. In 2006, an earlier version of the theatre closed and reopened as the temporary and larger Courtyard Theatre, while the Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres were redeveloped. In March 2016, The Other Place was reinstated as a 200-seat studio theatre.
Goodbody Stockbrokers is Ireland's longest established stockbroking firm with roots dating back to 1877. As well as being one of the leading institutional brokers, it is one of the largest private client firms in Ireland. It is a member firm of the Irish Stock Exchange and a SETS participant of the London Stock Exchange. The company has offices in Dublin, London, Galway and Cork. It employs over 300 people and sold its 26.2 per cent of the Irish Stock Exchange in 2018.
Goodbody & Co. was a United States stock brokerage firm headquartered in New York City. It was founded in 1886 by Irishman Robert Goodbody after the demise of Goodbody, Glynn, and Dow.
Mary Ann "Buzz" Goodbody was an English theatre director. Associated with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) for almost all of her short career, Goodbody is remembered for her sometimes politically charged experimental work, and for establishing the RSC's first studio theatre in Stratford, The Other Place. She was the RSC's first female director.
General Sir Richard Wakefield Goodbody, was a senior British Army officer who served as Adjutant General from 1960 to 1963.
Manliffe Francis Goodbody was an Irish tennis and football player.
Fexco is an Ireland-based financial services and financial technology company focusing on bureau de change and payment card services. Its head office is located in Killorglin, County Kerry. As of 2019, Fexco reports it has more than 2,500 staff and of these, 1,200 are based in Ireland, with other staff in 29 countries worldwide, including the UK, Spain, New Zealand, USA, Middle East and Asia.
"Men Without Bones" is a 1954 horror short story by British writer Gerald Kersh.
Defending champion Robert Wrenn defeated Manliffe Goodbody in the challenge round, 6–8, 6–1, 6–4, 6–4 to win the men's singles tennis title at the 1894 U.S. National Championships. Goodbody became the first player from outside the United States to reach the challenge round.
Haris Papadopoulos is a Cypriot dinghy sailor, who specialized in the Laser and Finn classes. As of October 2012, he is ranked no. 50 in the world for the Finn class by the International Sailing Federation.
James Perry Goodbody was an Irish politician. He was an Independent member of Seanad Éireann from 1922 to 1928. From County Limerick, he was nominated to the Seanad by the President of the Executive Council in 1922 for 6 years. He did not contest the 1928 Seanad election.
Horace Chapman (1866–1937) was a British tennis player who was at his peak in the 1890s. At Wimbledon 1890 Chapman lost in the first round to Ernest Lewis. He lost in the quarterfinals in 1891 to Harold Mahony. In 1892 he lost in the semifinal to Ernest Lewis. In 1893 he lost in round one to Manliffe Goodbody. In 1894 he lost in round one to Tom Chaytor. In 1895 he lost his first match to Herbert Baddeley. In 1896 he beat Charles P. Dixon before losing to Harold Nisbet. Chapman won several tournaments: the Sussex Championships in 1889, Dinard in 1890, Bournemouth in 1891 and 1892, the Kent Championships in 1894 and Boulogne in 1899.
Will Goodbody is an Irish journalist. In November 2018, it was announced that he would succeed David Murphy as the Business Editor for RTÉ News.