Arbuthnot


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Arbuthnot

John. 1667--1735, Scottish physician and satirist: author of The History of John Bull (1712) and, with others, of the Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus (1741)
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Mr Arbuthnot went on: "It has been known for a long time that Batley has not warranted a second pump and we will reduce it to a one-pump station.
Mr Arbuthnot was speaking to Andrew Leung, director-general of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London (HKETO), after visiting the Opportunity Hong Kong: Asia's world city exhibition at London's Royal Horticultural Halls.
Mr Arbuthnot said: ``Not only does it save the NHS time and money for these conditions to be diagnosed quickly at the local opticians but it is also a lot more convenient for those concerned, who are often elderly.
Arbuthnot is not worried about the prospect of soft ground.
But Air Miles Arbuthnot has a lot of explaining to do.
TRAINER David Arbuthnot could still run Topolski - who finished last, beaten 80 lengths, in a Listed hurdle at Ascot on Saturday - in the Greatwood Hurdle at Cheltenham a week on Sunday.
Commons Defence Committee chairman James Arbuthnot said Government plans for the future of the armed forces amounted to no more than a "wish list".
Onesuch is David Arbuthnot who had hoped to be doublehanded with Tropical Strait and Desert Sea in the valuable Old Borough Cup at Haydock.
Moneyway, the West Midland high street insurer owned by the Arbuthnot banking group, has been sold to acquisitive rival Swinton.
David Arbuthnot hopes Brett Doyle will partner Tanzanite in the William Hill Lincoln at Newcastle on Saturday week.
Mrs Arbuthnot (Deborah Fox) is also splendid and heartfelt as the wronged woman.