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Aitken

Robert Grant. 1864--1951, US astronomer who discovered over three thousand double stars

Aitken

(ayt -kin) See table at craters.
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Mr Aitken, who will become the Rev Jonathan Aitken, is among 32 deacons being ordained at St Paul's Cathedral later.
The appointment is the result of Aitken Spence Travels' international outreach programme to engage and provide customised, VIP, leisure and corporate travel solutions for international travellers from the UAE seeking authentic, unique and bespoke travel experiences in Sri Lanka.
Claims that Aitken seized hold of a phone and made threats to cause damage to property were dropped by prosecutors.
The outraged resident placed the dead animal in a plastic bag and wrote a note to Aitken, leaving both on his car.
To coincide with the exhibition, Aitken has created Underwater Pavilions (2016), an installation of three underwater submersible environments moored to the ocean floor off of the coast of Catalina Island, located approximately 22 miles south of Los Angeles.
Aitken was relieved his team secured their Championship status for next season with victory over St Mirren at the weekend.
"This is a well-deserved honor for Joel," said Allen Overcash, Of Counsel at Woods & Aitken and a longtime Fellow of the College.
Aitken likes Farage but said: "Nigel has many remarkable qualities but he's a pedlar of dreams.
Aitken had posted a photograph of his and a woman standing behind him.
Mr Aitken, a DJ and model, was left with permanent scarring to his face and nerve damage has affected his smile, a court heard.
He told Aitken: "For nearly four years you wove a web of deceit in which you entangled yourself and from which there was no way out unless you were prepared to come clean and tell the truth.
According to media reports in the Philippines and Australia, the killing of Mr Aitken, an engineer, was arranged by his estranged wife who was worried that he was going to take custody of their son.