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Fletcher

John. 1579--1625, English Jacobean dramatist, noted for his romantic tragicomedies written in collaboration with Francis Beaumont, esp Philaster (1610) and The Maid's Tragedy (1611)
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Commended Merseyside PC Paul Fletcher, 46, also abused his position by feeding information to underworld criminals - telling a man arrested on gun charges how to frustrate a police investigation and revealing the identity of a police informant.
John Fletcher, a retired headteacher from Swansea, began researching his family tree 30 years ago and has been planning the get-together since January this year, and marks the second annual gathering of the Cardiff Fletchers.
FOR more than 200 years, generations of the Fletcher family have lived, worked and died in Cardiff and across the Valleys.
Matthew and Jennifer Fletcher - who married and had two daughters following the 1998 slaying of Joel Andrew Shanbrom - were found guilty of murder, conspiracy and insurance fraud following the four-month jury trial in San Fernando Superior Court.
Fletchers also operate a new Automated Packing System for finger-type products, like frozen Hot Dog Rolls and Hoagies, and they now offer a Consolidated Delivery Service, with all products held at one single cold store, and combined deliveries distributed via Frigoscandia Distribution.
The takeover of Fletcher Homes, an independent building firm in Shrewsbury, is expected to spark a series of expansion moves by the Coventry group, which was founded in 1933.
In the spring of 1913, however, John Gould Fletcher of Little Rock, Arkansas, met Ezra Pound in the Closerie des Lilas cafe on the Left Bank of the River Seine and began an association that would make him one of the six poets most prominently associated with the Imagist movement.
Jailing Fletcher Snr Mr Justice Henriques said: "Your behaviour as a serving police officer was disgraceful.
The Fletchers have been held without bail at Los Angeles County Jail since their arrests.
Judge Alistair McCreath, sitting at Birmingham Crown Court, was told Karen Fletcher had a previous conviction for arson in 1995 when she was sentenced to five years imprisonment.
The revelation came as prosecutors began to lay out their case against Jennifer and Matthew Fletcher during a preliminary hearing Friday.