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Bradbury

1. Sir Malcolm (Stanley). 1932--2000, British novelist and critic. His novels include The History Man (1975), Rates of Exchange (1983), Cuts (1988), and Doctor Criminale (1992)
2. Ray. born 1920, US science-fiction writer. His novels include Fahrenheit 451 (1953), Death is a Lonely Business (1986), and A Graveyard for Lunatics (1990)
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Investigators found Bradbury "groomed" patients by taking an interest in their wider social lives, chatting about football, and by making parents feel special.
Bradbury previously worked at Birmingham Children's Hospital as a registrar and consultant from 2004 to 2008.
The boy's mother was horrified Bradbury was allowed to appeal the term handed to him after he admitted abuse at Cambridge crown court in December last year, where a judge said he was one of the worst abusers he had seen.
Bradbury sued the IRS in 2011 and said the company's tax bill he personally received should have gone to the owners of the trucking company, Ed and Bonnie Harvey, and their financial adviser, Marvin Jones.
The parents of one seven-year-old leukaemia sufferer, who was allegedly abused by Bradbury, moved 200 miles to start a new life.
The court heard that Paul Bradbury had convictions going back to 1984 - including robbery, theft, criminal damage and assault - while his nephew had convictions for damaging property and disorderly behaviour.
Graham Michael Bradbury, 42, of Malvern, was the director of Guardian Self Storage Ltd ( Guardian ), trading out of premises on the Sheriff Street Industrial Estate in Worcester from April 2006 until the company went into liquidation in October 2012.
Bradbury, a Canadian, is employed by the US-based International Republican Institute (IRI), which has been contracted by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to execute the LEAD project.
Magistrates released Bradbury on the same bail conditions as previously.
Bradbury entered his plea on the basis that he had kept watch while someone else went into the address, and that he did not know until afterwards that Christmas presents had been taken.
Bradbury suggests that their lives shed light on the politics, customs, and legal institutions of Montreal.
Dryden and Bradbury hit back by taking the doubles set against Aitkenhead and Sangster before Cooper restored the four-set lead by getting the better of Bradbury.