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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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He is a little heartbroken and a little relieved because he doesn't have to go to all those pointless debates," Woolley said by telephone.
Mark Woolley, 52, was jailed for life in 2001 for the killing of costume designer Elizabeth Sherlock at Euston station in London.
Paralysed by fear, Mrs Woolley said she pretended to be asleep during the raid on Tuesday, and the man made off with a considerable amount of jewellery from the house, in Lon Enfys.
In respect of the claims and fear-mongering during the referendum campaign, Mr Woolley completely misunderstands my remarks.
Dating back to the 17th Century, Woolley Grange looks imposing when we first walk up the gravel pathway to the entrance.
Youngsters |can collect freshly laid eggs at Woolley Grange, inset left, as part of a family break
Woolley acknowledges this simple view, but quickly rebuffs it, thoroughly explaining the complexities of reading, specifically comprehension.
Woolley & Co managing partner Andrew Woolley said: "ere is no place in modern family law for the so-called Rottweiler lawyer, who takes an aggressive, belligerent approach to tackling cases.
Prosecutor William Saunders told the court Woolley, 38, also cut Mr Fernandez's phone lines.
In health care, there's not a great amount of transparency that exists in the airline industry or even banking," Woolley says.
That big fish was an ambitious, 600,000-square-foot, $180 million proposal by locally based developers Tom Connor and Don Woolley and their partner, Opus Group, a Minneapolis-based development company.
Flintshire Council boss Arnold Woolley was yesterday recalled to give evidence for a second time at an Adjudication Panel for Wales investigation into the conduct of councillor Patrick Heesom, who is alleged to have bullied local authority staff.