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Charlton

1. Bobby, full name Sir Robert Charlton. born 1937, English footballer; played for England over 100 times
2. his brother, Jack, full name John Charlton. born 1935, English footballer; played for Leeds United (1952--73) and England; manager of the Republic of Ireland soccer team (1986--95)
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Jan Charlton told a jury at Leeds Crown Court that she felt numb after axing lover Danny O'Brien to death.
CHARLTON winger John Robinson finished on top with his personal shoot-out with Sheffield United striker Marcus Bent.
Charlton Court, on Hoole Road is an exclusive development of tn luxury two-bedroomed apartments and two duplex penthouses.
Chances then fell to Charlton, But again chances from Nikita Whinnett and Stefanie Simmons just weren't clinical enough to get a score on the board.
The only thing I would say is if you're making comparisons, Wayne is a front player, whereas Bobby Charlton scored 49 goals as a midfield player.
The proposed pact calls for Southbridge to get a new permit from the state Department of Environmental Protection to pump that much water to Charlton; for Southbridge to relinquish water infrastructure in Charlton to Charlton, a previous sticking point; and for Charlton to make various infrastructure improvements.
And the visitors, whose play-off hopes disappeared at the weekend, looked the likelier winners until Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson bundled his side back in front after 69 minutes.
The court heard the undercover officer, known as Neil, managed to get contact details for Charlton from other criminals on October 3.
The home owner hires a Real Estate agent, such as Randy Charlton with The Randy Charlton Real Estate Group, to sell their home and negotiate the sale with the bank.
Charlton, 23, started living in Stockton with a woman who knew of his convictions, Teesside Crown Court heard.
And the Charlton board may offer the job to their long-time former boss Curbishley, who has been out of work since quitting West Ham almost two months ago.
IN DECEMBER 2006, the Department of Justice fired Paul Charlton, the U.