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Gould

(gūld),
Alfred P., English surgeon, 1852-1922. See: Gould suture.
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Born and bred in the city, Gould was top-scorer in the historic 1966/67 promotion season and had a playing career which took him to Arsenal, Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Bromwich Albion and West Ham.
Kingwell is, in short, a philosopher of culture, and having written extensively on art, architecture, the nature of cities, and citizenship, he has now taken on music and most specifically the most famous of all our great artists, Glenn Gould.
1.Yamaha to unveil world's first AI system capable of playing any piece of music in the style of legendary pianist Glenn Gould with interactive experience between an AI pianist and human musicians
Gould's brother Phil, the group's drummer, tweeted: "My heart is beyond broken."
Bristol's Western Daily Press wrote: "The death of Arthur Gould will be received with deep regret by every football player of the last generation.
In 2006, Gould oversaw an expansion into the Buffalo market.
Gould, 54, was due to contest a Proceeds of Crime hearing yesterday, but at the last minute the case was agreed after out-of-court talks between lawyers.
Revel manages to pull it off by using several series of small close-ups focused on Gould's face.
Gould, however, does expect some pleasant memories when he returns to Autzen Stadium to face Oregon on Saturday at 2 p.m.