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Rowley

Thomas. ?1586--?1642, English dramatist, who collaborated with John Ford and Thomas Dekker on The Witch of Edmonton (1621) and with Thomas Middleton on The Changeling (1622)
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History is important because it connects you to who you are,' Rowley said a ceremony on Thursday night, even as he acknowledged that getting the funds to complete the project on the 115 year -old building, described as one of the 'Seven Magnificent Buildings', had been tough.
Graham Rowley, who lived at the property in Frederick Street, received an eight-month prison sentence, suspended for 12 months.
During a week, Khamissi went to the Symphony address and made "several sexual advances toward the female, all of which were rejected," Rowley said.
Rowley and stable jockey Alex Edwards are the national point-to-point champions - and it's hard to bet against them in the meeting staged by the North Shropshire Hunt.
Bradford-born Rowley was the most influential figure as performer and manager in the history of musichall in Huddersfield in the 1880s and 1890s.
An unnamed woman has claimed Rowley sent her abusive messages and accused him of "obsessive" behaviour.
Mr Rowley, 45, was discharged from Salisbury District Hospital yesterday after being admitted on June 30.
Mr Rowley told the Policy Exchange think-tank: "For the first time, we have a homegrown neo-Nazi terror group, which seeks to plan attacks and build international networks."
A Nursing and Midwifery Council panel ruled that Rowley, who has been doing voluntary work in South Africa since being suspended from the profession should not be struck off but have conditions imposed on her.
Michele Rowley was working at The Pavillion home inHoughton le Springin August 2016 when she struck the "vulnerable" woman who was being "violent and aggressive".
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Former FBI special agent and whistle blower Colleen Rowley said National Security Agency officials are unlikely to face any punishment or censure for defying a court order and destroying data they had broken the law to collect in the first place.
A BOMBSHELL letter released by the Labour last night showed Alex Rowley kept the party in the dark over "stalking" allegations involving an ex-partner.