Christopher Reeve

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An American actor who played four Hollywood versions of Superman (1978–87) and for many fans is regarded as the definitive Superman. He suffered a horse riding accident in 1995 which left him quadriplegic, and spent the rest of his life campaigning for research in spinal cord injuries. His death in 2004 was attributed to an adverse reaction to an antibiotic taken for sepsis following a pressure wound
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Chris Reeves, head of CAV technologies at HORIBA MIRA, said: "As the Government continues to press ahead with its vision for an autonomous and connected transport sector, it is vital that the integrity of all technologies is fully tested and verified to ensure consumer confidence.
She added: "We have spent the last twelve months establishing an excellent and robust Leadership team that will form the backbone of the business going forward and that includes experienced industry specialists Jason Daniels and Stuart Dallaway, along with Chris Reeves. "The latter has done a fantastic job as Operations Manager and will now take a more strategic involvement in the development of the In-Comm technical academy in Aldridge and the Marches Centre of Manufacturing and Technology in Bridgnorth and Shrewsbury.
Back Row, left to right: Stuart Piddle, Jack Evans, Hugo Jessop, Ben Howick, Ravi Matharu, Greg Godwin, Adrian Dewick, Pete Hubbard, Matt Bucklow, Matt Middleton, Chris Reeves, Dave Allen, Rich Elms, Tom Ward, Alex Middleton.
9 Here's a trio from the justly famous Chris Reeves Knives label.
Chris Reeves joins as EVP/Programming & Operations, while Chris Hatton becomes Director of 24/7 Creative Services and Jonathan Steele is namedDirector/Programming Operations.
I met with commercial manager for intelligent mobility & future transport technologies Chris Reeves in the impressive Control Centre building in the heart of the proving grounds on a backdrop of camouflaged sports cars on the high-speed circuit.
David Mullin and Ruth Dixon, both TCS; Chris Reeves, Mira.
RON BARSTON, Keith Brown, Malcolm Clarke, Chris Reeves, Richard Gardiner, Martin Head, Roy Northall, David Simpson, Philip Smith and Alan Wright, take a bow.
Wills blotted his day by picking up a second yellow on 87 minutes with Chris Reeves grabbing a consolation on full time.