Canadians All: Portraits of Our People ePub download
by Terry Angus
- ISBN: 0458912700
- ISBN13: 978-0458912704
- ePub: 1720 kb | FB2: 1251 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Methuen Pubns (June 1, 1976)
- Pages: 112
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 159
- Format: docx doc rtf mbr
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Terence Norman Angus (born 14 January 1966) is an English retired professional footballer who played in the Football League for Northampton Town and Fulham. His other clubs included VS Rugby, Slough Town and Nuneaton Borough. Despite a series of injuries, Angus was still active as a player up to the age of 40. Angus is of Jamaican descent. He is the father of Dior Angus who is also a professional footballer. Terry Angus at Soccerbase.
Canadians All 2. by Terry Angus. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780458938605.
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He became a part of us, part of our bedrock Who can say the number of people who Terry inspired? All of us? . At her parents’ home in Ottawa, she still has the books about Terry she read as a child.
He became a part of us, part of our bedrock. April 12 marks the start of Terry’s Marathon of Hope, the day in 1980 when he dipped his artificial limb - looking back it was a cobbling of leather and aluminum, like suspenders - in the harbour at St. John’s, Nfld. and turned westward. Who can say the number of people who Terry inspired? All of us? It’s unknowable.