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Cookson

Dame Catherine. 1906-98, British novelist, known for her popular novels set in northeast England
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Determined to restore cycling's reputation as well as change the UCI's management structure, Cookson hinted that he would be investigating McQuaid and others involved in the 'doping hiding' allegations following the publication of a secret dossier which contains damning allegations against McQuaid.
Both Cookson and Prudhomme insist they are eager to advance the cause of women's cycling, with Cookson announcing a five-day international stage race will be held during next year's Tour of Britain.
The move should unlock shareholder value, Cookson said in a press statement, and follows a May 17 announcement that it was initiating a strategic review.
Under the terms of the agreement, Berkshire Hathawaya[euro](tm)s jewelry manufacturing subsidiary Richline Group Inc will acquire the US activities for a cash sum that would make the transaction cash neutral for Cookson, including all related costs, the latter said in a press release.
Sowe Valley Primary School pupils (back row, from left) Abbi Deakin, Laurenne Hoskins, Darrell Green, Shaun Cookson and Daniel Taylor; (front row), Aishah Habib, Kacileigh Tubman and Beth Cookson.
Their children and their spouses are Elizabeth Cookson, Edward and Cathy Cookson and Alexandria Cookson, all of Eugene.
Cookson, which said it was also upbeat about its full-year prospects, made an underlying profit before tax of pounds 99.
Monsignor Cookson has been suffering from ill health for some time and will soon undergo major surgery.
Cookson Electronics Assembly Materials (Jersey City, NJ, www.
Never has Kristin Cookson had a problem pitching in for the team.
Cookson of John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, England.
CEO Michael Cookson commented, "Recently Corgi closed a series of transactions.