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Larkin

Philip. 1922--85, English poet: his verse collections include The Less Deceived (1955) and The Whitsun Weddings (1964)
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I think we did a good job of not letting our offense affect the defensive side," said Larkin senior Anthony Lynch, who led all scorers with 20 points on 9-of-14 shooting.
The collection is opening at Hull's Brynmor Jones Library, where Larkin worked for 30 years, and features many of his possessions never before seen in public, including clothing, letters, photographs, drawings, music and film.
In addition, Larkin had a tendency to reconstruct certain details about his life.
Having won eight All-Ireland hurling medals as a starting player in finals, Larkin stands level with Tipperary great John Doyle and the legendary Christy Ring of Cork.
But Kayleigh Simmons, prosecuting on behalf of the Department of Work and Pensions, said Larkin made 19 bogus written claims for carer's allowance plus four claims for emergency benefits which netted him more than PS37,000.
So you can imagine how thrilled I was to get to Hull University as a mature student in the 1960s and discover Larkin ran the library.
Mrs Larkin is said to have fallen ill and paramedics were called, and she was taken by ambulance for a check up to another address.
THE TOPIC: Beloved British poet Philip Arthur Larkin (1922-1985), whose collections The Whitsun Weddings (1964) and High Windows (1974) are required reading throughout England, left a complicated legacy.
Before WW2, there was a Mr Larkin who lived in Seymour Road, which ran off Bridge Road, Litherland, which was demolished long after the war to make way for the new flyover to the Seaforth Docks.
Despite never having eaten in a Michelin-starred restaurant, let alone worKed in the Kitchen of one, LarKin is raring to get alongside head chef Jonny LaKe.
He is survived by his wife and best friend of 42 years, Barbara Bauman Larkin; his beloved sons and daughters-in-law Timothy Dwight Abrahamson-Larkin and Adelpha Abrahamson-Larkin of CA, Daniel Edward John Larkin and Molly Thomas Larkin of PA; his wonderful grandchildren Noah Daniel Abrahamson-Larkin, Eli Jack Abrahamson-Larkin, Owen Isaac Abrahamson-Larkin, Graham Kenneth Jack Larkin, and Annabel Eileen Larkin; two brothers, Michael Larkin of Middletown, CT, and William Larkin of Chicago, IL; his sister in-law and brother-in-law Patricia and John Sparks; his mother-in-law Rita Bauman Smith; eight nieces and nephews and nine great nieces and nephews, his dog Abbie and cats Lily and Dickens.
Larkin was born in Miami, Oklahoma, to a Russian mother and a Shawnee-Peoria father.