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Cartwright

1. Edmund. 1743--1823, British clergyman, who invented the power loom
2. Dame Silvia (née Poulter). born 1943, New Zealand lawyer. She became a High Court judge in 1993 and governor general of New Zealand in 2001.
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In fact, Harold Peterson, who wrote the first real Cartwright biography, argued in a 1973 letter to the Times that Henderson, while establishing sufficient evidence against the Doubleday myth, "never investigated Cartwright." (8) Henderson had written about Cartwright, but only as an integral part of a complex development of the game, and never focused on his role beyond that.
Cartwright and his ex-wife had remained on amicable terms until the incident on March 29 and she told the police officer in the case yesterday that she did not want him to be sent to prison.
Magistrates heard that as her pension was only a small amount, Cartwright felt that there was no point disclosing it when she made her claim for bene-fits.
Lawrence Todd, Fleet Director of CFS, stated: "All of our fleet technicians are fully skilled with the additional benefit of specific Cartwright training on both chassis and double deck equipment and this ensures the ability to carry out a first time fix on the company's extensive range of products.
Cartwright, 63, is the latest individual targeted because of alleged leaks.
"Eighty-five percent of our operating staff has been on the property for 17 years," says Cartwright. "Our chef is in recovery, and when I contacted him to tell him about what we were doing with the property, he almost cried.
The event is also a chance to raise some money in memory of Coventry-born cricketer Tom Cartwright, who died in 2007, aged 71.
One of the conditions of the bail was that Cartwright should not approach her.
Mr Cartwright, from Redditch, Worcs, admitted: "It's a bit strange calling her my wife." The pair said their parents were supportive and beginning to understand their art.
And even though their lovemaking, described as "murder" and "unnatural", drowns out their neighbours' televisions, Cartwright says the Asbo is a breach of her human rights.
But there is no Toyota Tundra on the property, no "Joshua Cartwright" on the sign-in sheet, and no one there knows anyone by that name.