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Armitage

Simon (Robert). born 1963, British poet and writer, whose collections include Zoom! (1989), Killing Time (1999), and Universal Home Doctor (2002)
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Armitage spent two seasons with Wasps after joining from London Irish in 2016, making 11 senior appearances.
"I'd say they were," said Armitage Bridge Village Association chairman, John Avison.
In his readable yet scholarly introduction, Armitage notes the word adubbement as an example.
Armitage was speaking at the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature on Friday during a session entitled "Meter by Metre: The Poetic Travels of Simon Armitage."
Last year's Premiership finalists Bath are understood to have held discussions with Armitage over bringing the 26-cap star to the Recreation Ground, but club bosses insist no deal is in the offing.
Armitage was alleged to have used offensive language towards spectators at Welford Road and pleaded not guilty to the charge, however, the independent disciplinary committee was satisfied that the 31-year-old had directed abusive language to home fans after the match.
Meanwhile, on heightened tensions between Japan and China, Armitage said that although he believes the possibility of conflict is low, the risk of an accident is higher and both sides need to maintain "excellent communications" between not only top leaders but also their respective ground-level commanders over the disputed Senkaku Islands, known by the Chinese as Diaoyu, to avoid such accident from happening.
With her elegant sensuality and flexibility, Eda animates Armitage's extreme technique effortlessly.
The suspension was announced by European Rugby Cup tonight following Toulon full-back Armitage's appearance at a disciplinary hearing in Dublin.
But Armitage does not feature in Stuart Lancaster's plans because he would not be available for England training camps or Test matches outside of the international window.
She leaves one son, Bradley Armitage of Warren; two daughters, Terry Flower of Manchester, NH and Margaret Willard and her husband Gary of Ware; 7 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
ENGLAND international Delon Armitage is to serve his fourth suspension of 2011 after being banned for five weeks by a Rugby Football Union disciplinary hearing.