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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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Cartwright was eventually picked out of an ID parade by the Lye householder, who recognised him instantly from the line-up.
Rachel Knight, prosecuting at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court, said Cartwright went to the Aberdare unit at the end of July to try to get his money.
Recorder Paul Hopkins QC jailed Cartwright for 12 months and told him: "You had an entirely legitimate grievance.
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.
In addition to a 45-year career in public higher education, Cartwright has held prominent leadership roles in numerous national education organizations.
Cartwright, 63, is the latest individual targeted because of alleged leaks.
The deal will enable Freeth Cartwright to further strengthen its portfolio of services and will allow Henmans, one of the largest law firms in the Thames Valley and a specialist in the charity, private client, agricultural services and insurance sectors, to expand its client base across the country.
Eighty-five percent of our operating staff has been on the property for 17 years," says Cartwright.
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.
Since joining Ketchum in 2008, Cartwright has led the London Corporate and Public Affairs Practice through a period of considerable growth, which has seen the team double in size.