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Heywood,

town (1991 pop. 29,639), Rochdale metropolitan district, NW England, in the Greater Manchester metropolitan area. Heywood's products include cotton goods, metal goods, boilers, industrial inks, carpets, paper, rope, and machinery.

Heywood

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1. John. ?1497--?1580, English dramatist, noted for his comic interludes
2. Thomas. ?1574--1641, English dramatist, noted esp for his domestic drama A Woman Killed with Kindness (1607)

Heywood

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a town in NW England, in Rochdale unitary authority, Greater Manchester, near Bury. Pop.: 28 024 (2001))
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However Heywood was excused from attending, after the court heard he is living in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
I'm really pleased that we are able to continue supporting Heywood Homes as it develops another site in Kirklees and support the continued growth of this SME developer.
Previously, Tulip was packing the product in Denmark, taking it to a supplier to repack in the UK, then picking it up to bring to its warehouse, said Helen Broomhead, general manager at the Fowler Welch Heywood depot.
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In his new role, Heywood will be leading a team of Relationship Bankers across the North East region, Cumbria, North Lancashire and the Fylde Coast as they support established SME and corporate clients in achieving their business ambitions.
The essays below examine Heywood today in terms of modern theory, staging, textual scholarship, and reading in the hopes that we can give Heywood, both as a sole author and a collaborator, the wide perspective and influence that he deserves in the twenty-first century.
4) For instance, in the early 1630s, Heywood published two prose works that further reveal his fascination with criticizing royal injustice at the Tower.
Pour Heywood, la comtesse de Segur adherait a un catholicisme ultramontain militant, et avait adopte la politique conservatrice de son entourage familial tout en contrevenant aux normes sociales et culturelles--qu'elle idealise pourtant dans son oeuvre--par son engagement dans la vie professionnelle et son statut d'auteur confirme et financierement autonome.
Innocent on the Bounty; the court-martial and pardon of midshipman Peter Heywood, in letters.
Cabinet secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood made the claim as he was forced to defend his own investigation into the "Plebgate" affair amid accusations by MPs that he led a lightweight inquiry into a scandal that ultimately prompted Mitchell to resign.
6 ( ANI ): British businessman, Neil Heywood, who was murdered in China, regularly provided information on disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai to MI6 before he was killed, a new report has claimed.
The revelation about Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood comes after he warned Britain faces another another eight years of spending cuts.