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Vaughan

1. Henry. 1622--95, Welsh mystic poet, best known for his Silex Scintillans (1650; 1655)
2. Dame Janet (Maria). 1899--1993, British physician and university official: helped set up Britain's first National Blood Transfusion Service (1939): after World War II, became Britain's expert on the effects of radiation on humans; Principal of Somerville College, Oxford (1945--67)
3. Sarah (Lois). 1924--90, US jazz vocalist and pianist, noted esp for her skill in vocal improvisation
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Mae'r gyfrol, a luniwyd ar y cyd rhwng Vaughan a'i gyd-newyddiadurwr, Ruth Thomas, yn atgynhyrchu y gorau o flog llwyddiannus Vaughan gan sicrhau na fydd ei ysgrifau bachog yn diflannu mewn unrhyw 'Oes Dywyll Ddigidol.
Eventually, in the late 1980s, the children's publisher and art collector Sebastian Walker bought the entire sketchbook directly from the Vaughan estate.
Vaughan was shot in the early morning hours of July 18 at his house on Sixth Street.
Proposal Documents can be downloaded at the City of Vaughans website at https://vaughan.
He admitted threatening behaviour in a fight which led to his dad - former Chester City FC owner Stephen Vaughan Snr - being jailed for breaking a PC's cheek.
Vaughan was one of a number of former England captains turned media pundits to criticise Cook in the wake of the humbling defeat to India at Lord's in the second Investec Test.
Vaughan, who led England to Ashes glory in 2005, believed Cook should have been stood down as captain and given a sixmonth break from cricket in order to feel refreshed for a busy schedule next year.
45am the next day Ms Howe saw Vaughan sitting in her summer house again.
During his first spell as coach between 2007 and 2009, Moores presided over 22 Test matches-winning eight, losing six and drawing eight- although England's most successful Test captain Vaughan resigned from the captaincy during the home series against South Africa in 2008.
Referee James AdcocK appeared to miss WasilewsKi's flailing elbow which caught Vaughan in the face as he went to challenge for possession only moments earlier.
The departure was due to family obligations and her work to revise a textbook, Vaughan said in a statement, which noted the date of her departure has not yet been set.
Then, four minutes later, Daryl Murphy pulled down Jack Hunt and Vaughan stepped up to take the penalty - which Ipswich keeper Scott Loach touched onto the post.