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Laud

William. 1573--1645, English prelate; archbishop of Canterbury (1633--45). His persecution of Puritans and his High Church policies in England and Scotland were a cause of the Civil War; he was impeached by the Long Parliament (1640) and executed
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He said: "We decided to support the Norman Laud Association, a small charity based just a few yards from where we meet, which helps lots of families who live all over Birmingham and the West Midlands have some respite while their child spends time in their specialist care.
Ms Cosgrove, pictured centre, presented cheques to Jane Clarke, left, from Norman Laud and Sarah Cooke from Arthritis
Industrious Matt Neesam forced a corner on the half hour and, when a cheeky back-heel by Emley captain and centre-back Sean Hazelden split the defence, Laud was quick to seize on the chance and drive the ball home.
So, when I saw your review and got a copy of Laud Humphreys, Prophet of Homosexuality & Sociology, a flood of memories was triggered.
Laud, 40, of Chelsea, West London, smashed into their car after driving on the wrong side of the road.
The revived Arminian conspiracy has already had a hard time from George Bernard, Kevin Sharpe, Peter White, and others, arguing there was no coherent Arminianism or, if there was, Laud did not share it or impose it.
Confessed Davao Death Squad (DDS) leader retired SPO3 Arturo Lascanas on Monday said he could remember where they buried an entire family in Laud quarry in Davao City, where the infamous vigilante group was supposedly dumping bodies of its victims.
The 47th Second City tournament, which took place at Little Aston Golf Club in Sutton Coldfield, saw 40 teams come together to raise funds for The Norman Laud Association and Arthritis Research UK.
Ms Cosgrove and Ms Paulin are pictured presenting the cheques to Sarah Cooke from Arthritis Research UK and Jane Clarke from The Norman Laud Association.
Derek Laud, a former political lobbyist who appeared in Big Brother, plays snooty barrister Sebastian.
Leading club striker Allan Laud was on target in the 1-0 win.