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Haworth

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Sir Walter Norman. 1883--1950, British biochemist, who shared the Nobel prize for chemistry (1937) for being the first to synthesize ascorbic acid (vitamin C)

Haworth

2
a village in N England, in Bradford unitary authority, West Yorkshire: home of Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë. Pop.: 6078 (2001)
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Officers were on the scene within minutes and, after seening Haworth climb over a fence and go towards woodland, they found him hiding behind a bush.
As president and CEO, Haworth will oversee a staff of 31, implement Morris Animal Foundation's strategic plan, provide leadership in developing organizational and financial plans, actively support fundraising efforts and ensure that the Foundation identifies and funds strategic research that produces significant outcomes to advance the health of companion animals and wildlife.
Since those heady days of the 1960s Haworth has rather fallen off the radar, and the show currently at Wolverhampton Art Gallery is her first in the UK since 1972.
Haworth, 19, of Clydesdale Avenue, Byker, Newcastle, was convicted of assault and theft at Newcastle Magistrates' Court in December.
Haworth proposed that the law should only apply to homestead properties, and he likened it to the pre-filing steps required in medical malpractice cases.
Haworth Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Bill Cohen said that "discussions with Taylor & Francis began modestly .
Besides "Legal Reference Quarterly," Haworth publishes 31 other journals covering the field of librarianship and information science.
It's all about preserving memories, taking them to the next generation," Haworth said.
Having been forced to retire from the game 18 months ago after suffering a particularly nasty broken leg while playing for Tranmere at Brentford back in 2004, Haworth now finds himself working in partnership with a law firm in the north west.
At Oxford Crown Court on Tuesday, Haworth, 19, of Banbury, Oxfordshire, admitted causing the death of Dr Davidson, of Hamilton, Lanarkshire, by dangerous driving.
The rewards for the job were such that senior professionals like Haworth could afford to pay for the extra luxuries and special treatment in their personal lives.