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Allingham

Margery. 1904--66, British author of detective stories, featuring Albert Campion. Her works include Tiger in the Smoke (1952) and The Mind Readers (1965)
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After the crop diversification trial ended, the couple decided to keep going and, using Mrs Allingham's skills as a cordon bleu chef who trained at Pru Leith's Cook School, they launched a range of garlicky products.
Superintendent Matt Allingham speaks outside Loughborough Junction station yesterday; inset below, police activity near the scene of the incident
There's no safe refuge in that section of track with a train coming SUPERINTENDENT MATT ALLINGHAM near scene
Asked later about speculation they could have been graffiti artists, Allingham told BBC News: "It is one possibility, yes."
The selection of the sleeves went as far back as from the 1970s, made by Allingham and three other collectors and designers.
Allingham says: 'I am proud to have joined the team at GemAaAaAeAe- Valv Africa .
The nine stories in Sam Allingham's Great American Songbook are a brilliant array of forms, character and relationship types, prose styles, and points of view.
In a book Philip Allingham wrote, he called the girl Sally Fisher but this was not her real name.
"It wasn't until the Sunday (the day after the Cambrian Rally) that it sank in," admitted Allingham.
vvGooglinga runner Henry Allingham 7.45 Epsom Henry Allingham (6th June 1896-18 July 2009) was a British First World War veteran and, for one month, the oldest living man in the world.
Having been involved in its marketing and development since its beginning in the late 1990s, Galik and his wife, Lynn Allingham, decided to buy and bring back Matanuska Maid's bottled water capability in 2008.
The long-surviving veterans, Henry Allingham (1897-2009) and Harry Patch (1898-2009), whose lives spanned three centuries and six monarchs, are the subject of the small display in the castle's gallery from Wednesday until February 6.