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Foster, John

(1648–81) printer; born in Dorchester, Mass. He graduated from Harvard University (1667), established the first printing office in Boston (1675–81), and is known for the earliest woodblock engraving in America, a portrait of Reverend Richard Mather (1670).
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Also four of her clients - Prof Andy Smith, of Edge Hill University; Neil Smith, of Stockport Homes; Tracy Fairclough, from FACT Liverpool; and John Foster, of Liverpool housing group Plus Dane - won their respective categories which recognised people or organisations who have championed mental health and wellbeing for staff and customers by using Mental Health First Aid and Suicide First Aid Training.
John Foster, 31, denied murdering David Mills in a brawl in Ballynahinch, Co Down, in the early hours of September 30 last year.
PC John Foster of BTP Newcastle said: "She was among some 14-year-old girls who had been to the club and was removed for her own safety."
Games league secretary John Foster presented the winners with a prize of pounds 50 cash and sponsors Tomorrow's World Travel presented a pounds 50 holiday voucher.
The Rev Martyn Crompton performed the ceremony, the organist was Mr John Foster and Mr P Woodward was the vocal soloist.
John Foster Thomas, partner in charge of Deloitte, Cardiff, said, 'The new brand name is a reflection of the greater capability and array of services that we can offer to clients as a multidisciplinary firm.' The UK firm contributed an exceptionally high growth rate, he said.
One of those architects was John Foster Dulles, who later served as secretary of state under President Dwight Eisenhower.
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Dr Charles Woolfson, co-author of the the study, Paying for the Piper, said he and his colleagues, Dr Matthias Beck, of St Andrews University, and Dr John Foster, of Paisley University, disagreed strongly with the industry's accident statistics .
By 1988 the station relaunched as Tfm 96.60, with popular names such as Les Gunn, Mark Matthews, Nick Piercey, John Foster, Mark Powell, Tom Davis, Judie McCourt and more.
Friday's match on Lookout went to John Foster with a creditable 35lb 9oz.
District judge John Foster said: "I can't believe the Crown Prosecution Service wants to proceed with this case against a 55-year-old man of exemplary character.