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Cornforth

Sir John Warcup. born 1917, Australian chemist, who shared the 1975 Nobel prize for chemistry with Vladimir Prelog for their work on stereochemistry
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Cornforth, 50, had a brief spell at the club under Wade four years ago.
His front seat passenger, a 14-year-old boy, also of West Cornforth, suffered minor injuries.
West Cornforth Primary School is 1 of 31 schools in the North East to be rebuilt through the Au4.
Anyone requiring advice about sprinkler systems can contact Noel Cornforth at Cleveland Fire Brigade on 01429 874013 or send an email to ncornforth@cleveland-fire.
Marian Court, Sue Cornforth and Catherine Manathunga (this issue) expand on this theoretical focus explicitly in providing the rationale for the collaborative biographical memory project undertaken in the first phase of the project.
Mr Cornforth is a well-known figure in both legal circles and community g roups.
Cornforth, of Adley Road, Bilston, admitted driving dangerously and without insurance and was given a nine-month jail term suspended for 18 months.
Atkins was alongside Cornforth on the bench against Posh as Torquay climbed off the bottom of the Football League courtesy of Tony Bedeau's 10th goal of the season after 65 minutes.
Hanging up on my mother's wall in Whitley Bay is a framed picture of me scoring one of Swansea's two goals in that match,' said Cornforth, the former Swans midfielder who was joined on the scoresheet that day by Mark Harris.
That will provide supporters with a reasonably clear indication of the line-up that Cornforth will look to put against Carshalton in the first league game of the season.
Together they crystallise the Cornforth method of abstracting the telling quotation, as often from an obscure but published secondary source as from the muniment room, and placing it alongside an unexpected illustration.
NEWPORT COUNTY boss John Cornforth has run out of patience with Eddie Duah -- and booted him out.