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Butterworth

1. George. 1885--1916, British composer, noted for his interest in folk song and his settings of Housman's poems
2. Nick. born 1946, English writer and illustrator of children's books, many of which feature Percy, the animal-loving park keeper
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ALL JAILED: From left above are drugs gang members Gary John Butterworth, of Mab Lane, Liverpool, appeared at the court for sentencing yesterday after previously admitting six counts of converting criminal property.
Sutton Coldfield's Butterworth joined the RAF in 2002 and served in Afghanistan in 2005 and Iraq in 2007 as a weapons technician.
Three former Oval account executives joined family firm Butterworth Spengler, which dates back to 1924, when it opened a new city centre office in Old Hall Street earlier this year.
Butterworth, who was born in Edinburgh, also leads his own jazz trio, mostly gigging around London.
While Butterworth enjoyed a dream debut with a goal and an assist, there were plus points all over the park for the County boss.
A young lawyer out of law school, who wants a good experience, we want them to know there's an alternative to the state attorney and the public defender--especially if the lawyer wants to get involved in family law," DCF Secretary Butterworth told the House Committee on Healthy Families October 2.
Mr Butterworth added: "Their Renault Clio joined the road in darkness, but their headlights were lit as was the lorry's.
Mr Butterworth, 57, of North Wales, received legal aid for the case which he later won.
Club owner Sam Hammam replaced Butterworth with Watford No 2 and ex-Wimbledon boss Terry Burton - but City remain rooted in relegation trouble and enter the new year perched outside the drop zone only on goal difference.
Having more than doubled our size, we took a hard look at ourselves and decided to cut back, operate more efficiently, so we can be profitable sooner," says Butterworth.
CARDIFF CITY'S new assistant manager Ian Butterworth had two words for his new stamping ground: "It's horrible
Unfortunately, when they don't win, their dreams are shattered and they experience a type of depression -- "when the truth of reality destroys the dreams of fantasy," says Butterworth, adding, "This lottery fantasy syndrome really heats up when the Lotto jackpot climbs -- people purchase a ticket, ignore the odds and start thinking of the impossible: quitting their jobs, buying items that they've always wanted, going places that they have never been, and some even think of divorcing their spouses and starting their lives completely over.