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Buckland

William. 1784--1856, English geologist; he became a proponent of the idea of catastrophic ice ages
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ECHO podcast regular Buckland said: "As sequels go this is hopefully more Godfather 2 than Jaws 2.
We know that computer is contaminated with indecent images of children," Mr Buckland said.
Buckland, who is based in Lichfield, Staffordshire, will bring the complement of Monmore trainers up to 15 and follows the appointment of Paul White, who has switched from Nottingham.
Buckland, of Llys Buddug, Caernarfon, claimed he couldn't help himself because of an "uncontrollable force" and that he had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Description: On behalf of the City of Buckland, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC),Village Safe Water (VSW) is releasing Invitation to Bid (ITB) Number VSW-2015-04, City of Buckland Carbon Steel Filters, Water Treatment Process effective Wednesday, January 28, 2015.
Iceman Buckland takes to the rink with partner Penny Coomes in the team figure skating today just four months after surgery to cauterise a faulty nerve in his heart.
At just two weeks' notice, Buckland stepped in to meet unbeaten Carl Peckleton for the vacant Golden Belt English superheavyweight title in front of his Liverpool fans.
Mrs Buckland won the astonishing victory in Strasbourg this week after a six-year legal battle against the decision to kick her family out of a Port Talbot gypsy and traveller site.
Buckland House has a lovely, lived-in, friendly feel to it.
Truscott was never at the races as he lost a one-sided unanimous decision to Welshman Buckland, a listless performance which failed to reflect his true ability.
WELSH boxer Gary Buckland retained his British super-featherweight title with a commanding unanimous points win over English challenger Paul Truscott.