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Seymour

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for a 100,000-pound salary. The term is most common in the media industry, and is derived from Geoff Seymour, a 20th-century advertisement writer who was apparently the first person in media to earn 100,000 pounds per year.
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Traffic travelling along St Anne Street and Pembroke Place: Seymour Street, Russell Street, Clarence Street, Rodney Street and Leece Street.
A multiple Emmy[R] and Golden Globe[R] winning actress, Jane Seymour has proven her talents in virtually all media, the Broadway stage, motion pictures, and television.
A recent report reveals that Philip Seymour Hoffman admitted being a drug addict to a complete stranger, just few weeks before he died.
Speaking at the London Critics' Circle Film Awards in central London, John Hurt, who starred with Seymour Hoffman in 2003 film Owning Mahowny, said: "It's a devastating loss.
About five minutes later Seymour appeared in swimming trunks and wet as if he had been swimming.
Ms McLeish said Countrylink s XPT offered trips at convenient times with a $69 bargain one way economy class fare available between Southern Cross, Broadmeadows, Seymour, Benalla or Wangaratta and Sydney in each direction from 3 to 20 December 2012 and from 3 January until 28 February 2013.
Last month, Seymour Pierce, the company chaired by Keith Harris, sued to recover the fee it said it was owed for laying the groundwork for Yeung's takeover of the club.
Seymour is the admired eldest brother, an outstanding talent even in this extraordinary family of Glasses, where each of the seven children was a regular guest on a radio quiz program "It's a Wise Child.
Meanwhile, Seymour, 32, has filed suit against that company and its insurance carrier, National Union Fire Insurance Co.
Much of the chapter entitled "The Fancy Paper Company, and Edward Seymour the Businessman" is devoted to discussing the distribution of shares and other business details which reveal little about the company's actual production and influence.
Quinn, Medicine Woman," Seymour has received numerous Golden Globe and Emmy awards and nominations for her appearances in film, television and on Broadway.
The 39-piece line complements the Jane Seymour Home Collection, which made its debut this spring at The Great Indoors.