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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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The Committee was horrified to learn that due to the staff shortage at Addington Hospital the mortality rate within the maternity ward was high mainly because of lack of staff.
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.
Bernie made a big mistake, but this country has a lot bigger problems than what happened 20 years ago," Addington said.
Alex Wagstaff, partner and head of retail at Addington Capital said, " We are seeing a lot more confidence in the occupational side of the shopping centre market with more retailers looking for space.
Alex Wagstaff, partner and head of retail at Addington Capital said: "We are seeing a lot more confidence in the occupational side of the shopping centre market with more retailers looking for space.
Right, the Norbury, one of the house types available at Bett Homes' <B Addington Gate development.
The plans state the development will include vehicle access from Addington Road.
A spokesman for Northumbria Police said: "We were called to Addington Drive at 8.
Her parents are Kari Addington and Martin D'Luzansky of Westboro.
Die hoofkarakter is die joernalis Anabella Maria Bennet op die spoor van 'n nuusstorie wat met ene Arthur Addington verband hou.