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Ashton

Sir Frederick. 1906--88, British ballet dancer and choreographer. His ballets include Façade (1931), to music by Walton, La Fille mal gardée (1960), The Dream (1964), and A Month in the Country (1976)
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Ashton's ban came with a warning from Judge Jeff Blackett (RFU disciplinary chief) to improve his tackling technique after he received three yellow cards for dangerous play.
July 31, 2009 - Ashton is convicted of assaulting a police officer.
But Ashton's fall from grace mirrored that of the England team, who returned from the World Cup with the players' pride, passion and commitment to the red rose all in question.
Ashton made the stunning revelation after Sara Leal, a woman claimed to have had unprotected sex with him, in a San Diego hotel room on the eve of the Two And A Half Men star's sixth wedding anniversary to Demi Moore.
While there she met fellow student Matthew Ashton who would later become her husband.
As a young lad from Wigan, Ashton was soaked in rugby league.
Poland, which took over the EU Presidency on 1 July, is the first member state that would formally help Ashton to deal with her packed agenda.
Ashton received what team-mate Toby Flood playfully described as a "tongue-lashing" from Martin Johnson and the England management following his try celebration in last Friday's win against Wales.
Speaking at a joint press conference with Ashton in Istanbul, Davutoglu said that he had a tete-a-tete meeting with Ashton and later participated in the meeting between respective delegations.
Ashton announced Monday the appointment of Vimont, who is currently France's ambassador to the United States.
Catherine Ashton, the European Union's foreign affairs chief, said Monday in Cairo that the EU, along with the three other members of the Middle East Quartet--the United States, Russia, and the United Nations--all condemn Israel's plan to build 1,600 new housing units in East Jerusalem.