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Leighton

Frederic, 1st Baron Leighton of Stretton. 1830--96, British painter and sculptor of classical subjects: president of the Royal Academy (1878)
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The open date and status above indicate when Leighton Academy opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.
Leighton, who received PS1,000 prize money, is determined to emulate his hero Phil "The Power" Taylor by one day competing in the World Championships.
It was in July 2016 that Leighton slipped and fell from a cliff edge at Cullercoats Bay and landed on concrete sea defences.
There was former world darts champion Leighton Rees, proud possessor of a comb over to make even Ralph Coates green with envy.
Or that they would get to meet the most famous Leighton of the lot who would be completing their side.
One of the FoI requests referred to by Mr Andrews asks: "I would like to know details of any disciplinary investigations and/or sanctions involving Leighton Andrews, details of any complaints made against him and details of all complaints raised formally or informally by him since January 1 2017."
Mr Leighton was punched several times during the row on January 9 and Dethier turned on Sergeant Lee Openshaw when he tried to settle dispute.
Posing as a young girl, predator Paul Leighton targeted as many as 100 youngsters as far afield as the USA, Canada and Australia through 30 to 40 social media accounts.
Leighton, MPH, CAE as its next executive director as well as the Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Foundation.
Savills Studley's Lance Leighton is making his name as a specialist in the office leasing sector of New York City's real estate market.
CARDIFF singer Leighton Jones, who has continuously impressed the judges on The Voice with the amount of "soul" in his performance, will be fighting for his place in Boy George's fi-nal three tonight.