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She will be on the Swan Hunter-built vessel Royal Research Ship James Clark Ross which sails on April 26 from the Falkland Islands.
James Clark, 36, who rushed to the store to see his hero, said: "Bestie is something special and it's just good to see him after all he has been through."
Under 17 Boys: 100m - 3rd James Garner (12.26); 200m - 3rd James Garner (24.07); 400m - 1st James Garner (56.22); 800m 3rd James Clark (2.09.16); long jump - 3rd James Clark (5.28).
In a letter, Nuffield's customer service manager James Clark told her: "The duty manager had informed members that there was a maintenance man in the changing area but I am very sorry that you were not personally informed."
Francesca is the great-granddaughter of one of Hartlepool's most celebrated artists, the prolific James Clark. To mark the 150th anniversary of his birth, 56 of his works have just gone on show at the town's gallery.
JAMES CLARK reckons Fort William have still to reach peak form-even though they are unbeaten.
1831 The magnetic North Pole was located by Sir James Clark Ross on an expedition with Admiral Parry.
The snub follows Sunday Mail revelations last October that Detective Chief Superintendent Watson had withdrawn surveillance on child sex beast James Clark, 58, in order to save money.
The team finished in a total time of 54 minutes 12 seconds with Elliot Thompson home in a time of 17.07, James Clark in 18.39, and Nathaniel Stock came home in 18.28.
THE work of Hartlepool-born artist James Clark - who created the memorable painting of the 1914 Bombardment Of The Hartlepools - is profiled in a new exhibition in Hartlepool Art Gallery.
JAMES CLARK scored four goals in Fort William's last MacTavish Cup Final against Kingussie but still ended up on the losing side.
1831 The magnetic North Pole was located by Sir James Clark Ross on his Arctic exploration expedition 1880 The first telephone call box for public use, in New Haven, Connecticut, went into service 1915 Zeppelins carried out their first raid on London 1935 Driving tests were introduced and L plates made compulsory 1946 The first TV licences were issued in Britain,at a fee of pounds 2 1953 Gordon Richards became the first jockey to be knighted.