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John Hinde My Name Mugs

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  • John Hamilton Hinde AM (26 October 1911 - 4 July 2006) was an Australian broadcaster and film reviewer. He worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) for more than fifty years, in both television and radio.
  • John Wilfrid Hinde (1916–1998) was an English photographer whose idealistic and nostalgic style influenced the art of postcard photography and was widely known for his meticulously planned shoots.
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  • My Name is BoA's 4th Korean language album.
  • My Name is a 1989 album by Swedish pop singer Lena Philipsson. The album peaked at #10 at the Swedish album chart. On the album, she contributed as songwriter together with Torgny Soderberg. The entire album is in English and sold 130,000 copies within 2 months.
  • "My Name" is a 2010 single from English singer McLean. It was released on March 8, 2010 on CD, and March 5, 2010 on digital download. The track has been remixed by many other British artists. It it thought that the producer of the song is Fraser T.
  • A person's face
  • (mug) rob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence; "I was mugged in the streets of New York last night"
  • (mug) the quantity that can be held in a mug
  • A large cup, typically cylindrical and with a handle and used without a saucer
  • The contents of such a cup
  • (mug) chump: a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of

Collecting Turf
Collecting Turf
We had several family holidays in Ireland and we bought quite a lot of postcards as souvenirs. This will have been bought in about 1965 or 1967. This is a "John Hinde Giant Postcard" (about 9x 6? inches, 23x16? cms). On the back it says "In Ireland today there are still vast stretches of this ancient romantic land where the old ways are still the best. In Connemara, under the blue shadow of rocky mountain ranges, the patient donkey brings home the turf-sods which have been skilfully cut and stacked to dry in the Summer months, and which will warm the thatched cottage of the fisher-farmer, during the Winter ahead. Cartwheels would sink in the soft bog, but the donkey's dainty feet pick their way daintily and efficiently." Not sure about the 'patient donkey' its ears are laid back disapprovingly. The colours on the postcard really are this bright, I have done nothing to the picture other than scan it.
Pulteney Bridge, Bath, Avon.
Pulteney Bridge, Bath, Avon.
Published by John Hinde (Distributor) Ltd. Printed in Ireland. #2DC 595 photo: E. Nagele, F.R.P.S. "Pulteney Bridge built in 1770 and the only example of Robert Adam's work in Bath, spans the River Avon near the picturesque City Weir. The Bridge consists of three arches with a central Venetian window and a broken pediment. Off Great Pulteney Street in the King George V Memorial Gardens in Henrietta Park, many scented plants, labelled in Braille, have been laid out for the enjoyment of blind people."

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