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Whitehead

Alfred North. 1861--1947, English mathematician and philosopher, who collaborated with Bertrand Russell in writing Principia Mathematica (1910--13), and developed a holistic philosophy of science, chiefly in Process and Reality (1929)
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Mr Whitehead said: "The government is paying their wages.
Children aged from seven to 11 from over 50 teams throughout Northern Ireland, including top Irish League clubs such as Linfield, Glentoran and Cliftonville, took part in the inaugural Whitehead Summer Festival Football Tournament.
This diversity, though, makes the The Lure of Whitehead nearly impossible to summarize.
Charles Malik first encountered Whitehead when, as a college student at the American University in Lebanon, he was encouraged to read Science and the Modern World (1925).
The 81st-minute incident was not seen by the match officials, with Whitehead subsequently charged under FA Law 12.
Whitehead, 56, of Coventry Road, Bedworth, also admitted two charges of indecency with a child by encouraging the boy to remove his clothing and perform a sex act while he did the same.
Mr Whitehead replaces Mike Blake, who announced his intention to retire last year.
LEICESTER 52 (62 - 10 penalty points): Michelle Whitehead 9+1 (4), Rigley 10+1 (4), Hartshorne 11 (4), Jenna Whitehead 9+1 (5), Luke Whitehead 12+1 (4), 11+1 (5).
Whitehead also had a fourth try ruled out, while prolific fullback Morgan Escare took his try tally for the season to 20.
THE TOPIC: An interested amateur at poker since his college days, Colson Whitehead took an assignment from Grantland magazine to cover the 2011 World Series of Poker tournament in Las Vegas.
If you ask Mark Whitehead what he feels most proud of in his career, he won't say acquiring wealth.
As far as Whitehead is concerned, she has the best job in the world--a job that brings her happiness and allows her to help others.