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Latimer

Hugh. ?1485--1555, English Protestant bishop: burnt at the stake for refusing to disavow his Protestant beliefs when Mary I assumed the throne
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and went into the machine." What machine is it that Latimer enters?
"That's reality," says Martina Latimer, manager of content management for Grinnell, which celebrated its centennial in 2009.
By Jon Latimer. (Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2007.
Northern Constabulary chief Ian Latimer made his first arrest in more than a decade when he came across a crashed car on a Highland road.
Popular Swansea University military historian Jon Latimer who lived in Ferryside, Carmarthenshire, where he was a lifeboat volunteer and keen amateur cricketer and rugby player, died at the weekend.
Michael Anderson, drunk at the time, pleaded guilty to the unlawful killing of James Latimer at Luton Crown Court.
Every Tuesday morning, John Latimer's smooth voice flows like syrup over the air waves on KAXE-FM 91.7 public radio in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, during his 10-minute "Phenology Show." Phenology, as Latimer explains every week, is the study of the rhythmic nature of biological events as they relate to climate.
1812: War with America, by Jon Latimer. Cambridge, Massachusetts, Belknap University, 2007.
Bill Latimer grew up in Florida and learned to sail on Biscayne Bay, but for the past four years, he's spent almost every summer weekend patrolling the waters of Lake Quinsigamond.
Vancouver -- Robert Latimer is the Saskatchewan farmer who asphyxiated his 12-year-old daughter Tracy 15 years ago, because of her physical disabilities.
The police complaints watchdog ordered Northern Constabulary Chief Constable Ian Latimer to say sorry in person to the parents of Kevin McLeod, 24, who drowned in Wick harbour 11 years ago.