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Rawsthorne

Alan. 1905--71, English composer, whose works include three symphonies, several concertos, and a set of Symphonic Studies (1939)
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Paul Cowie and his partner Carla Rawsthorne with their baby Carter Cowie; inset, Paul and Carla
Rawsthorne is currently on loan with Leigh and has also spent time at League One clubs York and Doncaster but remains in the long-term plans of Hull coach Lee Radford.
Rawsthorne, taking over from the concussed Connor, added both conversions to show the value of a reliable goalkicker.
This placement system was set up, says Rawsthorne, to give graduates valuable work experience, but also to show them what it's really like to work in the modern food and drink manufacturing industry.
In which artistic field did Alan Rawsthorne Reese Witherspoon - see Question 7 work?
Isabel Rawsthorne: Moving Bodies, paintings by Jacob Epstein's former studio assistant, until September 8.
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Lawrence Rawsthorne, head of culture and leisure at Flintshire Council, which first announced the scheme, said: "Libraries can help transform people's lives and reading can help reduce the stresses of the day.
"So yesterday I was playing the Elgar again with the Dante String Quartet at Cratfield in Suffolk, as well as the Alan Rawsthorne Sonata for Violin and Piano."
Pensioners Bob Thackery, 78, and Lucy Rawsthorne, 79, of Pendle, Lancashire, were also nominated.