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Whiteley

Brett. 1939--1992, Australian artist, who travelled widely in Europe and Asia; his works include landscapes, nudes, and portraits
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Worcestershire's sixthwicket pair went on to share a stand of 146 in 43 overs, Whiteley leading the way with a hugely responsible 88 while D'Oliveira grew in confidence to contribute an unbeaten 66.
Whiteley took 43 balls to strike his first boundary but gradually his attacking instincts took over and he lofted sixes off Ethan Bamber and Matt Taylor on the way to a 103-ball half-century.
Saracens fielded only two players, Schalk Burger and Nick Isiekwe, who were involved in last week's Heineken Champions Cup triumph but a combative performance and reliable goal-kicking from Whiteley looked to have secured victory.
Whiteley disputed that it had been done between January 2016 and July 2018, but was told not to be too concerned about that.
Mr Whiteley explained the council recorded footfall data for the town centre using Geosense, a technology which picks up someone's mobile phone's Migration Authorisation Code (MAC) as they enter the town centre.
"When we were filming season two, every week there was somebody showing up, and frequently they were from overseas," Whiteley said in a phone interview.
Mr Whiteley had been to Cardiff on the day of the attack with his wife to watch the Cardiff Blues and to have a meal.
Whiteley, two lives in Northallerton and belongs to the Tees club in Stockton, spent two-and-a-half years waiting for a suitable partner to row with and Rowles has certainly proved to be the right choice.
Before you do anything, you should find out what's really causing your leg veins, says Prof Whiteley. 'I don't believe any vein, even a thread vein, should be treated before you've had a full (30 min+) ultrasound scan.
Both players found the going a little tough in the early stages, but Whiteley was just ahead at 57-38.
At least that was the case for director Greg Whiteley ("Mitt'') who saw his vivacious, bright and engaged daughter nearly give up on the system in fourth grade.