Ashley


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Ashley

1. Jack, Baron. born 1922, British Labour politician and campaigner for deaf and disabled people
2. Laura. 1925--85, British designer, who built up a successful chain of retail stores selling dresses and fabrics based on traditional English patterns
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The funeral of Ashley Talbot, 15, from Maesteg, who died after being hit by a minibus 231214FUNERAL_06 PETER BOLTER
Semi-final Simon Coupe 15 Graeme Wilson 21, Danny Petcher 20 Ashley Tattersley 21.
In just a few months, Tony managed to raise $25,000 for Ashley.
Dad-of-two Ashley, who now lives and works in Hinckley and first took up fishing around 20 years ago.
Overnight, Ashley's seizures increased from 10 to 12 a day, to one nearly every 40 minutes to an hour.
BBC presenter Andrew Marr, who is married to the peer's columnist daughter Jackie Ashley, said: "Lord Ashley of Stoke, the former Labour MP Jack Ashley, died last night, April 20, after a short illness at the age of 89."
But according to a close friend of Cheryl, love rat Ashley is trying to throw a spanner in the works by begging Cheryl to spend the festive period with him.
"It was really nothing out of the ordinary," Ashley said.
Rich Roman, president and chief executive officer of Revman Intl., estimates more than half a billion dollars of Laura Ashley home textiles products have been sold over the nearly three decades the brand has been around.
His family was alerted to the fact he was missing when they got a call from one of Ashley's friends who had been unable to contact him.
In 2004, Ashley's parents and the doctors at Seattle's Children's Hospital devised what they called the "Ashley Treatment," which included high-dose estrogen therapy to stunt Ashley's growth, the removal of her uterus via hysterectomy to prevent menstrual discomfort, and the removal of her breast buds to limit the growth of her breasts.