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Woolley

Sir (Charles) Leonard. 1880--1960, British archaeologist, noted for his excavations at Ur in Mesopotamia (1922--34)
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Event sponsor Larnaca Municipality said Mr Woolley reached a depth of 42.4 metres (137.8ft) for 48 minutes.
He told Miss Woolley's barrister Chris Pask that he didn't know of any other cases of food poisoning, which was strange given there were 800 guests staying there and around 3,000 meals served each day.
| Palm But Mr Pask read a food hygiene report on the hotel from two weeks before Miss Woolley's visit, which found that cooked and uncooked meats were stored together, there were out-of-date chilled foods, refrigerators were not at a low enough temperature and there was a risk of contamination.
"So often cafes list all the different types of coffee they have--latte, cappuccino, cortado, etc--but then it says just 'Tea' in the bottom corner, and maybe 'Specialty Tea' under that," said Woolley, co-founder of Suki Tea.
University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), which was responsible for convincing Woolley to get the surgery done, was sued for medical malpractice after the surgery, and could now end up facing a wrongful death lawsuit as well.
Fowkes scored on 83 and 86 minutes and Woolley in 85 and 88 to complete the 6-0 victory.
Woolley and dozens of other divers scoured the watery depths around the shipwreck of the Zenobia, a cargo vessel laden with trucks that sank about 2 km off the southern Cypriot town of Larnaca in 1980 on its maiden voyage.
Prosecutor Paul Nicholson said McPhee handed the stolen property to Woolley whose car was parked outside with its registration plate covered up.
"He is a little heartbroken and a little relieved because he doesn't have to go to all those pointless debates," Woolley said by telephone.
Mark Woolley, 52, was jailed for life in 2001 for the killing of costume designer Elizabeth Sherlock at Euston station in London.
Paralysed by fear, Mrs Woolley said she pretended to be asleep during the raid on Tuesday, and the man made off with a considerable amount of jewellery from the house, in Lon Enfys.