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Oates

1. Captain Lawrence Edward Grace. 1880--1912, English explorer. He died on Scott's second Antarctic expedition
2. Titus. . 1649--1705, English conspirator. He fabricated the Popish Plot (1678), a supposed Catholic conspiracy to kill Charles II, burn London, and massacre Protestants. His perjury caused the execution of many innocent Catholics
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The victim suffered from Alzheimer's and his family did not know what had happened to his treasured medals and whether he had disposed of them in the past so Oates had not been charged with that.
SilverSun CEO Mark Meller, referencing the company s president and director of business development, respectively, said, "Oates and its management team, including Chris Oates and John Shepperson, have a tremendous reputation spanning several decades as a valued Sage business partner.
ITV yesterday announced boss Stuart Blackburn would be replaced by Oates, a former assistant producer on the soap.
Mr Oates said: "He was completely shocked by what was happening.
Parkin and Oates swapped places several times with the former squeezing a winning margin of 0.
Joyce Carol Oates has written what may be the world's first postmodern Gothic novel: E.
In her younger years, Oates played for Mold in the North Wales Girls League, then in 2009 she received a special cap from Liverpool and Wales legend Ian Rush in recognition of playing for the Welsh Under-15s six times the previous year.
Through the felt vividness of such moments, Oates opens readers to the ways people collide with the world, one another, and themselves.
I can't get any people up from Little Rock," Oates said.
As more and more of its clients and prospects began indicating a preference for cloud computing and with no viable options from its existing partners, Oates & Company knew it needed to expand its portfolio.
On March 23, Kurstin and bandmate Inara George released their homage to the pair, "Interpreting the Masters Volume I: A Tribute to Daryl Hall and John Oates," on Blue Note.
That conversation is recounted in Susan Compo's new biography Warren Oates: A Wild Life, which gave me a happy excuse to watch Oates again in the Westerns and road movies that put to such affecting use what John Doe of the great Los Angeles punk band X called Oates's "glare .