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Hartley

1. David. 1705--57, English philosopher and physician. In Observations of Man (1749) he introduced the theory of psychological associationism
2. L(eslie) P(oles). 1895--1972, British novelist. His novels include the trilogy The Shrimp and the Anemone (1944), The Sixth Heaven (1946), and Eustace and Hilda (1947) as well as The Go-Between (1953)

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As a part of their business plan, Hartley and Cho will sponsor lectures for dentists and surgeons to learn the necessary skills to provide the complex dentistry that their patients are asking for.
The greatest irony of all in this story, is that the man Hartley attacked - Jamie George - has replaced him in the England squad.
Hartley, who is England's number one hooker, was last week named in England's extended training squad for the World Cup by coach Stuart Lancaster.
Hartley pushed forward searching for an equaliser but Darlo went further ahead when Pennell nabbed his second and his side's fourth.
Lancaster will remind Hartley of his responsibilities to hold his temper, especially when England open their Six Nations campaign in the pressure-cooker Millennium Stadium atmosphere against Wales on Friday, February 6.
Hartley will be free to play in two European Champions Cup clashes for Northampton next month, just in time to prove his readiness for the Six Nations.
Hartley will be free to play on January 12, just in time to prove his readiness for the Six Nations in two European Champions Cup encounters with Northampton.
Destroyed Bath destroyed Leicester up front last week but were taken to school by Hartley, Alex Corbisiero and co with the captain's intervention in the 78th minute proving the difference.
Hartley is full of respect for Jackie McNamara's men.
Hartley was sent off for allegedly swearing at referee Wayne Barnes and calling him a cheat just before half-time in Leicester's 37-17 victory at Twickenham.
Yesterday, Hartley was banned after being found guilty by a three-man disciplinary panel of verbally abusing a match official.
Hartley was red-carded by Wayne Barnes who believes he called him a "F***g cheat".