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Langton

Stephen. ?1150--1228, English cardinal; archbishop of Canterbury (1213--28). He was consecrated archbishop by Pope Innocent III in 1207 but was kept out of his see by King John until 1213. He was partly responsible for the Magna Carta (1215)
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Mr Langton was said to have got up to try to protect her.
They also approved the sale of another parcel of council-owned land in Langton Street, opposite Hilda Street.
When detectives visited Langton, a dock labourer, at his home in Florida Street, to arrest him, he responded: "Dead, I thought I got the worst of it, I don't know what to say".
The woman said her life had been "damaged by the vile assaults" Langton had carried out, and said he had restricted her growth and intellect.
At the junction we bear to the right down the slope and cross The Stell on Butt Wath Bridge to make our way ahead for about half a mile before a left hand bend takes us past Carvin Corr (right) and down the slope into Great Langton.
Langton said: "What we have among Arsenal fans is a huge dose of apathy.
With a total area of 188,000 sqft Langton Business Centre carries a rental income of more than PS257,000 per annum.
Langton previously wore old athletic shoes to mow the lawn and work in the yard.
Deputy vice-chancellor Professor Helen Langton said proposals to shut down the University of South Wales' (USW) Caerleon campus had not been approved lightly and were subject to "a lot of serious thought".
In the 8th entry of the series featuring London's DCI Anna Travis, the discovery of a young woman's body in the back of a van opens up the possibility of finally getting a lead on a cold case that had been handled by her good friend and former mentor and lover, DCS James Langton, five years ago, when a 13-year-old girl, Rebekka Jordan, disappeared.