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Hargreaves

James. died 1778, English inventor of the spinning jenny
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The event was hotly contested, but it was Hargreaves who came out on top following a tough firstround game with Lower Hopton's James Martin, which he won 21-17.
Hargreaves ended the financial year with GBP99.3 billion in total assets under administration, 8.4% ahead of the GBP91.6 billion reported at the same point last year.
John Samuel, Hargreaves' finance director, said: "We have been taking costs out of the business for some time.
Hargreaves, of Rothwell, near Leeds, who admitted dangerous driving and as-saulting a police officer, was jailed for 10 months.
Mr Hargreaves, 72, the former Great Homer Street market trader who founded Matalan in 1985, says he was settled in Monaco when he sold a chunk of shares in the discount retailer.
The crew were carrying their 92-year-old patient to the ambulance when they found Hargreaves, 18, lying on a stretcher kissing a girl.
Hargreaves said it will have discussions with clients about contracts at the complex, which employs 120 people, towards the end of this year - with a decision about its future following this.
Hargreaves describes the explosive hit that "opened her up like baked beans over a fire pit," her first "velcro kiss"--a.k.a.
The Hargreaves' Group works on site at SSI UK, moving raw materials on behalf of the steel-making company.
The buyer covered the purchase price with the proceeds from a fundraising, which it unveiled in April as part of a plan to bolster its portfolio of surface mining assets, as well as via the settlement against secured debt, which Hargreaves had acquired after the start of ATH's liquidation, it said.
But I think it's the return of Hargreaves that will have made the Italian sit up and take notice.