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Skelton

John. ?1460--1529, English poet celebrated for his short rhyming lines using the rhythms of colloquial speech
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John Skelton said he gave the boys to three adults 6 two women and a man 6 according to an interview with (https://www.
Police in Skelton served banning orders on four youths who were behaving inappropriately at the fast food chain outlet, on the A174 near Skelton Industrial Estate.
OLYMPIC champion Nick Skelton bid an emotional farewell to showjumping in the presence of the Queen, and admitted: "I would do it all again if I could.
TONY McCOY reckons 40-1 outsider Nick Skelton is the man to back for the BBC Sports Personality Of The Year award, even though he pre-dates the award and probably pre-dates the BBC.
Skelton was in his own time a challenging writer, one who both leveled and prompted criticism, and his reputation since his death in 1529 has been an uneven one.
Andrew Skelton, a senior internal auditor at Morrisons, denied charges under the Computer Misuse Act, the Data Protection Act and the Fraud Act.
Wendy Skelton, 72, suffered a fatal brain haemorrhage in a fall outside her Waterloo home on July 8, Kirklees Coroner's Court heard.
One man other than the 19th-century soldier Sir William Butler who understood the evils of this tendency was a small-town lawyer from Missouri named Isaac Newton "Ike" Skelton IV.
MAN of the moment Dan Skelton is not too proud to admit he is in a more privileged position than most fledgling trainers.
Gray, Douglas, The Phoenix and the Parrot: Skelton and the Language of Satire (Otago Studies in English, 10), Dunedin, Department of English, University of Otago, 2012; paperback; pp.
com)-- The Westin's comfortable and intimate showroom is where Red Skelton Tribute Artist Brian Hoffman brings back the memories of days gone by, skillfully performing and carefully delivering the routines that Red Skelton loved to do.
DAN SKELTON will end his time as long-serving assistant to champion trainer Paul Nicholls in May to operate in his own right.