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Marcos

Ferdinand (Edralin). 1917--89, Filipino statesman; president of the Philippines from 1965; deposed and exiled in 1986
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Brian Pigott, general manager at Marco Cable Management, said: "These are incredibly exciting times for Marco and with this substantial new investment in plant and machinery, we will continue to grow, consolidating our position as a leader within the UK cable containment sector.
Marco s father passed away from cancer in 2012 and having seen what people go through while fighting the disease and the services available, he felt very strongly about giving something back.
Marco, from Chilton in County Durham, said the incident has had a devastating impact on his life.
Spanish-born Mati lives with their daughter Mirabelle, 10, in a flat above a pizza restaurant once owned by Marco, in Chiswick, West London.
It was as though they couldn't bear to be apart, with Marco moving his chair around the table so he was sitting next to Emilia.
He said: "As general manager of Marco Pierre Whites, I am delighted to be able to welcome back Marco to his own restaurant.
They had to cook and serve Marco and viewers will have to watch to see if they impressed the hard taskmaster enough to make it into the final dozen.
As demand for its products grow, the company is expanding its portfolio and the Marco YCM installation is an integral part of their new ready meal Hi-Care production facility.
net Lorraine Smith (Bravo Zulu HR), Elaine Hedley (Hassle Free HR), Rachel Seymour (De Marco Solicitors), Matt Shakesheff (De Marco Solicitors), Sandra Garlick (De Marco Solicitors) and Denise Reece (St Klare Reece Associates)
Marco turned to shield his face as his karroc braced its legs to shake sand from its scaly hide.
Marco, a postgraduate student at Northumbria University, has just returned to Tyneside after responding to an urgent call for help following the earthquake which devastated the country in January.