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Ashcroft

Dame Peggy. 1907--91, English stage and film actress
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However Lord Ashcroft gave what Downing Street called at the time a 'clear and unequivocal assurance' that he would take up permanent residence in the UK before the end of the year 2000 and would not take up his seat in the Lords until after his return.
Ashcroft is again using a convenient minority as a hostage shield in order to deflect the severe criticism directed at him as he shreds the Constitution and Bill of Rights and allows the remnants to be used as wipes for the hands of the FBI as uncharged detainees are interrogated incommunicado in secret locations without benefit of legal counsel.
Ashcroft had to sign over the rights of the 1997 song to Stones members Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, who wrote The Last Time, meaning The Verve didn't make a penny from the iconic song.
Ashcroft and his band The Verve lost all rights to their million-selling 1997 single Bitter Sweet Symphony after a lawsuit over a sampled melody from an orchestral version of 1965 Rolling Stones No1 single The Last Time.
Ashcroft, 47, stopped off at theOlympia Londonon Saturday night for the latest date on his tour supporting recent solo release Natural Rebel.
Ashcroft said the acquisition of Rueger and Stiko leverages the power of strong global brands and adds a portfolio of engineered products and solutions that enhance value to worldwide customers and will accelerate penetration into served markets.
In the first chapter, Ashcroft examines the utopianism at the heart of the imperial project, drawing a concrete connection between travel writing and the journey that is the structural foundation to the utopian narrative (beginning with More's Utopia [1516]).
The court heard Ashcroft's offences were sparked after his partner, who he'd held in a headlock and threatened, walked out on him.
Power-hungry billionaire Lord Ashcroft is fiercely loyal and generous to friends, yet when he feels wronged those qualities are replaced by a burning anger, according to pals.
He also denied the wounding with intent of Ashcroft's cellmate, Terry Roderick, during a trial at Liverpool Crown Court.
After an enthusiastic introduction by Clements, Ashcroft greeted the congregation of more than 200 people at the center on West 18th Avenue.
Today in the Sunday People Lord Ashcroft defends the result and challenges the union leader to help him with the poll.