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Woodward

1. Sir Clive. born 1956, English Rugby Union player and subsequently (1997-- ) coach of the England team that won the Rugby World Cup in 2003.
2. R(obert) B(urns). 1917--79, US chemist. For his work on the synthesis of quinine, strychnine, cholesterol, and other organic compounds he won the Nobel prize for chemistry 1965
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Three people who knew Woodward said he was part of extremist group Atomwaffen Division and referred to himself as a Nazi on social media posts and chats.
Like many NSOs, Woodward doesn't just help the immediate area where his office is located.
The agreement includes that $250m was paid by GE Aviation to Woodward for the purchase of equity stake in the JV.
GE Aviation and Woodward will participate equally in the operating results of the joint venture programs and the future cash flows from the joint venture.
Rachel Masters, prosecuting, said Woodward walked out of the hostel on the evening of December 22 after a row over cash.
DAVID Cameron has hailed the "heroic command" of Cornwall-born Falklands Task Force leader Sir John "Sandy" Woodward who has died aged 81.
Every morning Robert Woodward, the man who inspired a generation of would-be investigative journalists, gets out of bed, walks into the kitchen and thinks to himself, "What are the bastards hiding today.
I suspect most of you have heard of Pauling, who was already world famous in the 1940s and on his way to the 1954 Nobel Prize in chemistry, but Woodward remains largely unknown to the general public.
Woodward walked away from the botched recruitment process following the RFU's indecision about whether the job would include influence over the England team.
When that was put to Thomas yesterday, he urged Woodward to get in touch before eulogising about the qualities he would bring to the post.