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Woolley

Sir (Charles) Leonard. 1880--1960, British archaeologist, noted for his excavations at Ur in Mesopotamia (1922--34)
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Delivering an exceptional guest experience from check-in until check-out is something the Woolley family -- and hotel staff -- are very passionate about.
When Janet opened the box the remains were the same one on the list shipped by Woolley.
Both Mount and Woolley had byes in the first round of the Tinker competition.
The prosecutor said Woolley told police Mr Fernandez had locked her in his house in Epsom, Surrey, and demanded she perform sex acts on him.
The company currently has 11 full-time employees; Woolley serves as its CEO.
Others said they regretted that Connor and Woolley weren't able to move forward, but work on downtown must go on.
A journal kept by Cllr Woolley, who has been in charge at County Hall since May 2008, was used as evidence in the Halford tribunal.
Today is 72nd her birthday, and it puts a bookend on her legislative career; Woolley says she announced for office on her birthday in 1994.
The main problem, she said, went back to 2009 when Hussain had asked Miss Woolley to swap homes, but the victim had refused.
In November 2009, Woolley and his crew were called for a casualty evacuation mission in Baghdis province, western Afghanistan.
Confused and upset, Mr Woolley, 58, fell from the trolley and received fatal brain injuries.