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Addington

Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth. 1757--1844, British statesman; prime minister (1801--04) and Home Secretary (1812--21)
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They said: "A Private Air Display will be held over Addington tonight from 8.44pm to 9.14pm.
Lawyer Addington, who has over thirty years experience at the bar, further told the court that one of the witnesses in the case, Mr Lawrence Agyinsam, had already informed him about their plans to substitute him (Addington) for another lawyer.
Currently, Addington has 1,250,000 sq ft of retail space under management.
* Class II (propelled by human-powered propeller or paddle wheel): First place, Makanda Flyer, #68, Bryan Addington of Makanda.
Alex Wagstaff, partner at Addington Capital, said: "We have been actively asset managing this site in Birmingham, attracting new tenants to our buildings.
Police said Robert Huxley, 63, from New Addington, also died in the tragedy, along with mother-of-two Dorota Rynkiewicz, 35, from New Addington; Mark Smith, a 35-year-old from Croydon who had an 18-month-old son; Philip Seary, 57, a grandfather from Croydon and Dane Chinnery, 19, from New Addington.
love you, Mum xxxxxx" As the crowds marked the UK's worst rail disaster for a decade, police named the final three of the fatalities as Donald Collett, 62, of Croydon, and Philip Logan, 52, and Robert Huxley, 63, both of New Addington.
"Bernie made a big mistake, but this country has a lot bigger problems than what happened 20 years ago," Addington said.
The latest rentals at the shopping centre, which was acquired by current owner Addington Capital in 2011, include drapery retailer Shaws, which has taken 3,500sq ft, travel company Leisuretime with 1,000sq ft and Cafe Artigiano with 2,000sq ft.
Addington Gate, a select development of 66 properties on Addington Drive in Wallsend, has just 15 properties remaining after a surge in sales that saw 12 properties sold in the first three months of 2015.
A planning application at the site on Addington Drive, in Pallister Park, has been approved by the head of planning at Middlesbrough Council.
Communications giants O2 and Vodafone wanted to upgrade the mast in Addington Drive, Wallsend, to expand its 4G mobile coverage, but nearby residents said the works would make the 40ft pole even more of an eyesore.