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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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Arbuthnot expects the deal to be completed on August 8.
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Ms Arbuthnot moved the court, with the prosecutor, defence and clerk, after McCann refused to appear at Westminster for a second day.
He was due to appear at Westminster magistrates court yesterday but Ms Arbuthnot said he was 'refusing to come up" from the cells'.
Dressed in a light blue shirt and trousers, the 48-year-old appeared before Westminster Magistrates Court chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot and sat behind a glass enclosure as the hearing got underway.
"Aaah Mr Modi," judge Arbuthnot said as soon as she arrived in court, eliciting a smile from him.
Ms Arbuthnot found that Mr Mallya had misrepresented how loans received from banks would be used.
The Arbuthnot Lecture is an annual event, announced at the American Library Associations Midwinter Meeting, in which an author, critic, librarian, historian or teacher of childrens literature presents a paper that makes a significant contribution to the field.
Continuing on as if nothing has happened, Lord Illingworth kisses the girl Gerald is in love with and Mrs Arbuthnot tells him the truth.
Scottish-born trainer David Arbuthnot has been a fixture on the Lambourn racing scene for more than three decades.
The plea came from Di Arbuthnot, chief executive of the BHA-backed Retraining of Racehorses, in her role as chairman of the recently founded and Godolphin-inspired International Forum for the Aftercare of Racehorses.
1 May 2017 - UK-based financial services group Arbuthnot Banking Group plc's (LSE: ARBB) Arbuthnot Latham subsidiary has completed the acquisition of 100% of Renaissance Asset Finance Ltd.