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Cockcroft

Sir John Douglas. 1897--1967, English nuclear physicist. With E. T. S. Walton, he produced the first artificial transmutation of an atomic nucleus (1932) and shared the Nobel prize for physics 1951
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Mrs Cockcroft said yesterday: "The ceremony was a great way to remember and recognise Roy's life.
It was a great display of resolve and character from a fine player," Harborne captain Jon Cockcroft said.
But Dr Cockcroft said the new system would be based largely on clinical need rather than routine appointments, so those with good oral health will not need to be seen so regularly, while those at high risk of dental problems will been seen more often.
uk/buyaphoto Miss Louise Gray and Mr John Martyn Cockcroft were married at Kirkheaton Parish Church on Friday, June 22.
Roger Cockcroft, an automotive con- sultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, was speaking at a seminar hosted by the accountancy house on Common Platforms - Opportunity or Threat.
Mr Cockcroft, a former Warwickshire dentist, had visited thousands of dentists nationwide and acknowledged there had been a degree of anxiety about the new contract.
The flower girl was Poppy Mai Cockcroft, the bride's niece, and the page boys were Connor James Walker, the couple's son, and Jack John Baldwin, the couple's Godson.
Mr Cockcroft said Britain had failed to implement the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention which would make it possible to prosecute Britons who bribed officials abroad.
The Cockcroft Institute will complement a number of major Liverpool University research projects already under way at Daresbury, including the Fourth Generation Light Source project which allows researchers to study molecules working in real time, follow chemical reactions as they happen and look at potential drug molecules as they interact with cells.
STEPPING OUT: Buggles the dog enjoys a visit to Kingsbury Water Park with Alison Cockcroft from Butcher's, park visitor manager Sally Silk, and Cllr Les Forsythe.
I hope Mr Cockcroft did that and the complaint of a woman who said that her five-year-old was being beaten up was fully investigated before being rejected.
In the one-acre Parish of the Ascension Burial Ground in Cambridge are the remains of Nobel prize winner John Cockcroft, who helped split the atom, and Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein - along with poet Frances Cornford and astronomer John Couch Adams.