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Chatterton

Thomas. 1752--70, British poet; author of spurious medieval verse and prose: he committed suicide at the age of 17

Chatterton

boy poet produced poems allegedly by 15th-century monk. [Br. Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 164]
See: Forgery
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While inaugurating the boards HE Robert Chatterton Dickson, the British High Commissioner in Bangladesh thanked the Civil Aviation Authority in Bangladesh for their co-operation.
Kevin Chatterton, Operations Manager with Linden Homes in the North East, meets woodland explorers from Goosehill Private Nursery
Underbank were over again in the 13th minute as Pogson fired a 40/20 kick up the slope and two tackles after the resulting restart fiveeighth Blake Murray fired out a superb long pass to Chatterton who had the strength to ground the ball in a three-man tackle.
It does considerably more than meticulously present in an appendix an authoritative annotated transcription of Wilde's lengthy notebook from the mid-1880s concerning Thomas Chatterton, held by the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library at UCLA.
Chatterton was not an actor manager, like Charles Kean or Henry Irving, nor was he a playwright manager like the George Colmans, father and son: he was a manager pure and simple.
Chatterton, who had 111 offences on his record, was jailed for 34 months after pleading guilty to burglary and aggravated vehicle taking.
Kevin Chatterton, 56, joins Barratt North East after a career in the construction industry spanning 40 years.
Michael Chatterton, who has served as the Mayor's Attendant for the last 16 years, retired from his role at Wrexham council on Friday, December 11.
Shadow Divers: The True Adventure of Two Americans Who Risked Everything to Solve One of the Last Mysteries of World War II (*** Sept/Oct 2004), about a German World War II U-boat that had sunk off the coast of New Jersey, introduced John Chatterton, one of the men featured in his newest book.
The apprentice handicap is one of the more difficult races (3.10) but Chatterton never seems to run a bad race at Dundalk and Balmont Blast also has pleasing course form.
ARNOLD CHATTERTON to succeed the current head, PETER CAZZOLLA, who is retiring.
They include well known Australian authors such as Tristan Bancks, Jacqueline Harvey, Bill Condon, Sophie Masson, Claire Saxby, George Ivanoff, Janeen Brian and Martin Chatterton. Illustrations by Tony Flowers and J.Yi are charming and whimsical.