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53, which would put the Raine deal at more than $3 million per year.
A statement released by Dyfed-Powys Police's Detective Chief Inspector Martin Slevin said: "Sadly I can confirm that a fifth body, recovered from the scene, has now been positively identified as six-year-old Patch Raine.
Sightings of Herald petrels in Queensland were scarce until July 2014, when bird specialists from QPWS and the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (EHP) observed 20 birds at Raine Island.
As it begins, you'll be fully on board with the 'wicked stepmother' analogy - Raine, the daughter of romantic novelist Barbara Cartland - was a social climber who became a countess three times and member of the royal family.
Angry Raine, who had drank 10 cans of lager, also "barged into" her 71-year-old pal, who twisted her ankle so badly that the swelling meant she couldn't wear shoes for a week, Newcastle Crown Court was told.
Raine will operate through a newly-formed Indian subsidiary which it is in the process of establishing, and expects to complete this process, locate office space and commence operations in early May.
The new office and expanded team will further strengthen the global reach of Raine and enhance its network in Europe and worldwide.
Last year, in a rare interview, Raine called the princess "a lovely person".
Last year, Raine said of Diana: "She had incredibly heavy pressures upon her, but we ended up huge friends.
Raine Ventures is a venture fund managed by the Raine Group.
The signing ceremony which took place in Dubai was attended by Abdulla bin Sulayem, CEO of Seven Tides and Angus Raine, executive chairman and chief executive officer of Raine and Horne.
THE ANATOMY OF VIOLENCE: THE BIOLOGICAL ROOTS OF CRIME Adrian Raine (2013) London: Allen Lane pp496 25 [pounds sterling] ISBN: 978-1846143076