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Arkwright

Sir Richard. 1732--92, English cotton manufacturer: inventor of the spinning frame (1769) which produced cotton thread strong enough to be used as a warp
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Having joined Cooke & Arkwright as a graduate in 1994, Mrs Shankland has become one of its key contacts for business rate assessments.
And genius Ronnie Barker's portrayal of the stammering Arkwright, who would do anything to avoid giving his customers a refund or even a free paper bag, had millions of us in stitches for nine years.
EPA and the White House hosted the first of the Clean Energy Savings for All Summit in Spartanburg to highlight the successful partnership created by the ReGenesis Project, a nonprofit organization that has partnered with Duke Energy, Solvay, the City of Spartanburg, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control and others to develop a solar farm on the Arkwright Dump site.
David Sheepshanks CBE, St George's Park; Arabella Arkwright, Core Health and Wellness; Stefaan Vossen, Core Health and Wellness.
Should you have anything in your possession you would like to be part of the book please contact Arkwright at the Curragh on 045 441 205.
com)-- From 7th to 9th June, educational charity The Smallpeice Trust partnered with The Arkwright Scholarships Trust and Cardiff University's School of Engineering to give twenty-four teenagers from across the UK the unique opportunity to explore the practical world of electromechanical engineering.
ANTHONY Arkwright hacked three people to death during a 56-hour rampage in one of the most brutal crimes ever seen in Britain.
Sir David starred with the late comic Ronnie Barker - who played stammering Albert Arkwright - in the much-loved show which ran from 1973 to 1985 and was set in a corner shop.
Peter Arkwright reported at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.
Michael Arkwright made no record that it was "completely inappropriate" to admit the seriously ill woman, the Health Professions Council heard.
Stuttering Albert Arkwright, played in the BBC sitcom by the late Ronnie Barker, topped a poll, despite first being screened more than 30 years ago.
Was Richard Arkwright really the mechanical genius of the Industrial Revolution?