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Sillitoe

Alan. born 1928, British novelist. His best-known works include Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1958) and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1959)
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Quarter-finals: Danny Teale 15 Marc Armitage 21, Danny Towning (game conceded), Danny Sillitoe 21 Martin Lally 13, Stuart King 20 Chris Mordue 21.
BAM construction manager Rob Bailey, pictured with Caitlin Sillitoe DAVE KENDALL
Nigel Sillitoe, CEO of Insight Discovery, commented: "With this year's fifth edition of MEIP, we are confident that we have conducted the largest survey of independent financial advisers and wealth managers in the region.
Nigel Sillitoe, CEO of Insight Discovery, commented, "We believe that this survey is the first research of its kind to examine what UAE residents think about the Expo, how they relate to the event and its numerous implications.
Sillitoe concluded, "The governments of Dubai and the UAE are to be congratulated for winning this major world event.
Nigel Sillitoe, CEO of Insight Discovery, said the survey is the first research of its kind to examine what UAE residents think about the Expo, how they relate to the event and its numerous implications.
The survey confirms that there is huge interest in the event, but identifies a number of aspects of concern to the UAE's residents,"Cesaid Insight CEO Nigel Sillitoe.
Mother-of-three Julie Sillitoe, 49, died when the taxi she was driving was hit by masonry in central London.
She was identified as Julie Sillitoe, a 49-year-old with three sons.
The biggest shift is away from global emerging markets, which has slipped from pole position to number three," Nigel Sillitoe, chief executive of Insight Discovery, said.
The senior championship was a much closer affair with both Emma Sillitoe, Rhosneigr, and Rhian Lloyd-Hughes, Dwyran, tying for the lead at the start of the final day.
This is the central message of this fantastic stage adaptation, a modern take on the 1959 novel by Alan Sillitoe - a defining piece of work from the era of 'Angry Young Men'.