David Price

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Monday Roto Round Up: Finally! David Price! - FakeTeams
by faketeams on May 26, 2009 9:15 AM EDT in Baseball 0 comments More photos » by Tony Dejak - AP 1 day ago: Tampa Bay Rays' David Price pitches in the first inning of a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians, Monday, May 25, 2009, in Cleveland....
David Price makes his big-league move - The Tennessean
Price made his 2009 debut with the Rays on Monday, and by Tuesday, seemed firmly in the big league plans of the ball club that selected him with the No. 1 overall pick of the 2007 draft. "Even without the Kazmir injury, we probably would have seen him...
Fantasy Baseball Stockwatch: David Price is Back! - Keeper League GM
If you are a Scott Kazmir owner (15-day DL) then you will likely take no solace in the fact that David Price will join the Rays on Monday, officially ending his 2009 AAA “hiatus”. Price, as most of you know, is the consensus #1 pitching prospect in...
Get To Know: Cubs 1B/OF Jake Fox - SportingNews.com
We've already been graced with David Price's presence and it won't be long until we're blessed by the mythical Matt Wieters on Friday. But neither of these uber-prospects snuck up on fantasy owners, so it's very unlikely either was available off the...
Roster Impact: David Price returns; Ricky Nolasco departs - Examiner.com
This is huge for the fantasy landscape because many fantasy players drafted Price in the preseason assuming he would be part of Tampa Bay's rotation only to find out he would start the year in Triple-A. Now those owners get to use Price, who otherwise...
Home Prices Continued Their Decline in March - New York Times
Prices in 20 major metropolitan areas dropped by 18.7 percent in March when compared with the same month a year ago, according to the Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller Home Price Index that was released Tuesday. That was about the same as February and...
New National Guard building under way - News & Observer
Beverly Perdue and congressman David Price were among those who braved a light rain to shovel the first dirt on the high-tech project, which will serve as headquarters for not only National Guard operations but also the state's nerve center for its...
Oil price hits six-month peak on eve of OPEC meet - AFP
"Consumer confidence in America jumped yesterday, and with it, equity markets and oil prices, due to the view an economic recovery is taking shape," said analyst David Hart at the Hanson Westhouse brokerage in London. Asian and European stock markets...
Chicago-area home sales tumble, shows signs of increasing - Chicago Sun-Times
The median price for a home in the eight-county metro area stood at $192500 in April, off a slight 0.8 percent from $194000 in March and down 21.1 percent from $244000 in April 2008, the report said. In the city, sales of homes in April fell 26.9...
Tampa Bay Rays to call up David Price to pitch against Cleveland ... - Tampabay.com
By Marc Topkin, Times Staff Writer MIAMI — LHP David Price's promotion won't be official today as the Rays shuffle their planned roster moves following Akinori Iwamura's injury. But when he takes the mound tonight in Cleveland, the Rays expect it to be...

David Price Racing

David Price Racing in 1997, with a Panoz GTR-1 in the FIA GT Championship

David Price Racing (commonly referred to as DPR) is a British motor racing team, owned and run by David Price. They have competed in various forms of motorsport since their foundation in 1976.

The team initially ran small open-wheel series in Britain in the late 1970s, including British Formula 3 and Aurora F1. Many future Formula drivers raced for the team, including Nigel Mansell, Martin Brundle, Johnny Dumfries, and Tiff Needell. With Dumfries, David Price Racing was able to win the British F3 Championship in 1984. The team would also expand into French Formula 3 at the time with Paul Belmondo.

In 1987, David Price moved into sports car racing, becoming team manager for Richard Lloyd Racing. This earned him a job at Sauber-Mercedes in 1988, helping the team achieve the World Sportscar Championship and a 24 Hours of Le Mans victory in 1989. David Price was then hired by Nissan Motorsports Europe to run their sportscar program, before eventually becoming a race director at Brabham in Formula One in 1993.

David Price Racing returned to competition in 1995, running in the BPR Global GT Series. One of the multiple McLaren F1 GTR teams in the series, they won the teams championship in their first year of competition with drivers John Nielsen and Thomas Bscher. The following year they would take third in the BPR championship. David Price Racing then became the European factory team for Panoz, running their Esperante GTR-1s in the new FIA GT Championship as well as supporting the primary team in the United States.

During a brief interlude from Panoz, David Price Racing ran a BMW V12 LM at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, finishing fifth overall. The team would later return to support Panoz's own Le Mans prototype efforts in the American Le Mans Series and at Le Mans itself. Following the 2001 season, David Price Racing went on hiatus. The team would briefly assist MG in development of the XPower SV for 2002.

In 2004, David Price Racing returned, once again running single-seater cars. They ran the Formula Renault V6 Eurocup series before moving into the new GP2 Series in 2005, winning two races with Olivier Pla. The team briefly changed their name to Direxiv in 2006, before returning to the David Price Racing name in 2007. They also briefly ran the A1 Grand Prix series for A1 Team USA during the 2005-06 season.

David Price Racing competes exclusively in the GP2 Series since 2007, with drivers Christian Bakkerud and Andy Soucek. During the off-season, David Price talked about merging with Carlin Motorsport for a combined team in GP2, but the deal fell through, leaving DPR to compete on their own.

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David Price (musician)

David John Chandler Price GTCL DMus HonFASC (born 1969) is a British choral conductor and organist.

David Price studied organ at Trinity College of Music, graduating in 1991. He was also organ scholar at Croydon Parish Church. During his last year at Trinity, he was organ scholar at Rochester Cathedral under Barry Ferguson. He became Assistant Organist of Ely Cathedral under Paul Trepte in September 1991.

In September 1996, Price became Organist and Master of the Choristers at Portsmouth Cathedral. He has presided over major changes in the running of the Music Department at Portsmouth Cathedral (see below).

During his tenth year in Portsmouth in 2007, Price was awarded an honorary doctorate in music by the University of Portsmouth in recognition of his contribution to the musical life of the city, which has included not only work in the daily cathedral services, but also for special civic and national events and University graduations, and the Portsmouth Festivities. In the same year, Price was made an honorary Fellow of the Academy of Saint Cecilia for his contribution to the performance of early music through his work at Portsmouth.

During Price's tenure at Portsmouth, a girls'/youth choir, called Cantate!, has been introduced, and a West Great organ has been installed. A chamber organ was purchased in 2007 with funds from a bequest to the Music Department. In addition, the choir have moved from the Song School in the North Cloister of the cathedral to a new suite in Cathedral House opposite. For more information, see the article on Portsmouth Cathedral.

Price is the son-in-law of the Bishop of Portsmouth, Kenneth Stevenson.

Price's career as a cathedral organist has included several recordings with Ely and Portsmouth. A recording of Amner's choral music is amongst four CDs recorded whilst Price was at Ely, and a reenactment of Nelson's state funeral amongst several recorded at Portsmouth. Price's work at Portsmouth has included the introduction of the gap year scheme for choral scholars; in 2005 the choral scholars recorded a CD for MacMillan Cancer Relief.

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David Price (British politician)

Sir David Price (born 20 November 1924) is a British Conservative Party politician.

Price was educated at Eton College, Trinity College, Cambridge and Yale University. He was President of the Cambridge Union in 1948. He served with the Scots Guards during World War II, a staff officer in Trieste. He became an economist and industrial executive.

Price was the first Member of Parliament (MP) for Eastleigh, from the seat's creation in 1955 until his retirement in 1992, when he was succeeded by Stephen Milligan.

Price was British representative on the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe 1958-61 and became a junior minister at the Board of Trade in 1962. In 1964 he became opposition spokesman on education and science. From 1971 to 1972, Price served as a junior minister for Aerospace.

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David Price (East India Company officer)

David Price (1762, Merthyr Cynog, near Brecon – 16 December 1835, Watton House, Brecon) was a Welsh orientalist and officer in the East India Company.

After the death of his father, a curate, Price was educated at Christ College, Brecon, before matriculating on 5 November 1779 as a sizar of Jesus College, Cambridge, but was nearly penniless by summer 1780 and had to leave the University. He decided to join the East India Company's army, becoming a cadet in it due to his father's friends' influence, sailing for India on the Essex in 1781 and reaching Madras in August that year before volunteering to serve in southern India and returning to the Essex to take him there. He participated in the siege of Negapatam and the capture of Trincomali in Ceylon during the passage to Bombay, arriving on 22 April 1782 and being appointed the following November to command the 2nd Battalion of Bombay sepoys. He then served in the wars on Tippu Sultan in 1782-84, 1790-92 and 1799, losing a leg at the siege of Dharwar in 1791 and thus being re-posted to the guard of Sir Charles Malet, political minister at Poona, then in 1792 to a staff appointment at Surat by the Bombay governor Jonathan Duncan the elder.

During his time at Surat he had enough free time to become keenly interested in Persian culture, collecting manuscripts and studying its historical classics, including the Akbarnama by Abu'l-Fazl, though he also rose to become the Bombay Army's judge-advocate-general from 1795 to 1805. A brevet captain by 1795, he was promoted to full captain two years later. He also served as military secretary and interpreter to Colonel Alexander Dow in Malabar (1797–8) and then as Persian translator to General James Stuart, commander of the Bombay Army (1799), being present at Seringapatam's capture and acting as the army's prize agent (thus making his own fortune). Next he returned to Bombay to continue his studies of Persia, being promoted to major in March 1804 before finally returning to Britain in February 1805, though he only retired from the Company in October 1807, on his marriage to a relative.

He lived in retirement at Watton House, Brecon, writing works on oriental history and serving as magistrate and deputy lieutenant of Brecknockshire. He was also a committee member of the Oriental Translation Fund, winning its gold medal in 1830, and of the Royal Asiatic Society (bequeathing the latter over 70 oriental manuscripts).

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