Aubrey


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Aubrey

John. 1626--97, English antiquary and author, noted for his vivid biographies of his contemporaries, Brief Lives (edited 1898)
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Ms Aubrey said the force was "disingenuous" when it said the PS15,000 would be put back into policing when it had spent around PS100,000 on the costs hearing.
Ms Aubrey had complained of a glass ceiling, but the tribunal found her position in the force - in that she was not an officer and was therefore naturally excluded from reaching certain posts - was the reason for the ceiling.
On March 6, Mr Day had two visitors, Naomi Lofthouse and his uncle Jason Hinchcliffe, and they were in the area leading to a communal kitchen discussing what they were going to eat when Aubrey shouted up to them to shut up or "I'm going to come up there and smash your f.
Aubrey was taking a walk to clear her head the night she was killed.
He (Whiskey Sour) was a Galway winner with a lovely weight and Aubrey claiming 7lb.
Sir Aubrey was the architect of the merger of Uwist and University College Cardiff (UCC) in 1988, which laid the foundations of the current Cardiff University.
Ms Aubrey was sacked for gross misconduct after she was accused of disclosing information about affairs involving high-ranking officers, but she denies this and instead has claimed unfair dismissal, discrimination and harassment.
With the help of various different wild animals, Aubrey helps his father to overcome his depression.
Intrepid Aviation said it has promoted Gerry Aubrey to Senior Vice President - New Aircraft Programs.
Aubrey Allen picked up a prestigious accolade for the most innovative quality steak product in the country at a ceremony in London this week.
Nine-year-old Aubrey has earned the lead role in a history play about her Wisconsin hometown of Butte des Morts; while looking for an appropriate costume in the attic of an old hotel known as the Trading Post, she finds much more than she ever expected.