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Thorpe

1. Ian. born 1982, Australian swimmer; won three gold medals at the 2000 Olympic Games and six gold medals at the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
2. James Francis. 1888--1953, American football player and athlete: Olympic pentathlon and decathlon champion (1912)
3. Jeremy. born 1929, British politician; leader of the Liberal party (1967--76)
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Thorp credits Leslie Kammer, her general manager, with ensuring that "these potentially loose ends are tied up," adding, "It's a luxury to have someone work for you who doesn't also either make or sell frames," who can be completely focused on managing the business.
76] In the Thorp case, Jones, a physician trained in dysmorphology--a branch of clinical genetics concerned with the diagnosis and interpretation of patterns of structural defects--diagnosed the syndrome.
Ryton's Thorp Academy netball coaches Fern Coulson (left) and Danielle Smith (right) with two of the students they are mentoring - Georgia Kendall and Ellie Gardner
Thorp grew up in Nebraska and South Dakota, but when her father died she moved to the Eugene- Springfield area, where her mother had family.
Thorp had the one post-lunch success when extra bounce saw Smith caught behind for 23 when playing defensively on the back foot.
It got better for the Norwegian Woods when his hero won a third Open to join European amateur champ Thorp, 18, at prize-giving.
Thorp, who has played Premiership rugby for both Rotherham and Sale, dislocated his left shoulder in last week's 50-7 mauling by Coventry at the Butts Park Arena and there are growing concerns in the Bees camp that it may prove to be a career-ending blow.
EUROPEAN Tour golfer Graeme Storm was on hand to offer tips to Thorp Academy's golf scholars at the home of the 2017 British Masters.
Bernard Thorp, 82, had suffered from dizzy spells before his death at his home at Moorcroft Drive, in Holmfirth.