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Seddon

Richard John, known as King Dick. 1845--1906, New Zealand statesman, born in England; prime minister of New Zealand (1893--1906)
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She later left the house to pick up their son and was followed by Perjesi, Mrs Seddon said.
Seddon, 23, threatened expectant mum Stacy Vickers after a road traffic collision outside her mother's house in November last year.
Mum Kelly Seddon claims the school introduced a stricter uniform policy in September, but failed to tell parents about the changes until pupils started the new term.
Mum Kelly Seddon claims the school introduced a stricter uniform policy last September, but failed to tell parents about the changes until pupils started the new term.
Firstly, Seddon will build new student accommodation on campus; then it will take over an old hall of residence off campus and redevelop it for private housing.
Seddon, of Snow Hill Road, Bolton, acted as a getaway driver and also as 'back-up' man, armed with a sledgehammer, said the judge.
As part of its expansion into the region, Seddon has welcomed Nikki N Waud as a business development manager operating in North Wales and the North West of England.
Seddon previously admitted two counts of being in possession of a bladed article.
He will work alongside regional manager Ian Calder who was appointed by Seddon to head up new-build housing and refurbishment in the Midlands in 2012.
Seddon was buried in Newcastle after tragically drowning while sculling on the 1888 tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Killer Seddon shook his head as Judge Mr Justice Hamblen ruled he must serve at least 40 years.
Maintenance specialist Seddon Property Services named young painter and decorator Michael Shanks, from Bodedern on Anglesey, as the company's Apprentice of the Year.