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Cranwell

a village in E England, in Lincolnshire: Royal Air Force College (1920)
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Dr Cranwell said: "This all suggests Geordie Shore might be a risk factor and could be exacerbating serious problems associated with binge drinking."
"Finlay, Isabel, Sophie and Tobias spent two days at RAF Cranwell, with a full day before the event, hand preparing avocado on crispy brioche toast with borage, shiso and lime red chilli ghoa cress.
Flight Sergeant Philip Holt, second right, stands next to his daughter, Officer Cadet Holly Holt, during the graduation ceremony at RAF College Cranwell in Lincolnshire
Cranwell Ward explained that technology has huge potential to help organizations like UNICEF optimize their humanitarian response.
Cranwell is to report to Paul Skelton, global head of banking.
Jones, Passey and Cranwell developed prepreg repair patches consisting of fibrous reinforcement layers partially impregnated with a mixture of matrix resins with different viscosities and coated with a wet resin curable by ultraviolet radiation.
"There will be opportunities for us to work with Bahraini military forces and to offer mutual support - programmes where Bahraini soldiers, sailors and airmen, and indeed some senior Bahraini officers, will go and attend training at Sandhurst, Dartmouth and Cranwell."
The apple will be in high street stores on Monday after it was found by grower David Cranwell in one of his orchards in New Zealand, the Mirror reported.
Coach Steve McNamara's 30-man squad will attend its first camp at RAF Cranwell on Saturday week.
Fire and Rescue Service said there were no injuries in the incident near RAF Cranwell today.
One such hotel is the Cranwell Resort, Spa, and Golf Club in Lenox, Mass., in the heart of the Berkshires.
Operated by 55 (Reserve) Squadron at RAF Cranwell in Lincolnshire, the Dominie provides training for all rear crew in the RAF.