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Rattigan

Sir Terence Mervyn. 1911--77, English playwright. His plays include The Winslow Boy (1946), Separate Tables (1954), and Ross (1960)
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A prison source said: "Prison staff asked Rattigan straight out if he had a mobile phone in his possession.
Rattigan had only been involved with the club for the last 18 months.
Rattigan brings over 20 years of accounting, financial control and management experience.
A little Rattigan is what's needed at a time like this.
From what Rattigan sees, virtually all real estate development not already underway by 2008 is stalled, not only in Boston, but throughout New England.
Ms Rattigan said staff were operating in a stressful situation and the overcrowded waiting area hadn't enough seating to cope.
The two then went inside the house, shocking Mr Rattigan, the court heard.
Marc Rattigan, 17, of Cliftonville, Kent, was mobbed by confused fans at Kent County Show in Detling.
There is no clear explanation why Rattigan turned to the Archer-Shee case for inspiration at this time in his life.
Having attended the first night, Rattigan was asked by a newspaper reporter what he thought of the play.
Published in England in 1995, Geoffrey Wansell's biography of Terence Rattigan is the first to make use of the British Library's Rattigan archives.
The list of nominees is headed by Thomas Rattigan, one-time chairman of the G.