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Chippendale

Thomas. ?1718--79, English cabinet-maker and furniture designer
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The video appeared to show Mr Chippendale covering Paul's face, but he told the inquests he wouldn't have done that because he had not been trained to do so.
Of Thomas Chippendale, Lady Cecil said: "I'm heartbroken, it was devastating, but at least it was quick and he wouldn't have felt anything.
Thomas Chippendale had not only finished his race, he had won it.
If Thomas Chippendale makes just normal improvement from that Newbury run it will take a well-handicapped horse to beat him.
Chippendale - who made his Town debut against Bristol Rovers last season - caught the eye as Town won 1-0 with a goal from Robbie Simpson in front of a crowd of 160.
The troupe, which includes former Chippendales, are set to tantalise and entertain women everywhere when they begin a national UK tour.
In truth, a tour around the perfectly preserved time capsule will be the closest most of us will ever get to true Chippendale furniture.
Expect to see girls across the country all dressed up, having fun and losing their minds, as they party it up with the men of Chippendales.
He is hardly a betting proposition, though, unlike his fellow Sir Henry Cecil inmate Thomas Chippendale, who contests the Neptune Investment Management Great Voltigeur Stakes.
Chippendale, of North Street, Lockwood, told the court: "I have never driven down there before.
CHIPPENDALE David insisted: "There's a lot more to us than our physique.
We are extremely pleased to be the exclusive leasing agent for Raritan Commons," said David Chippendale.