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Wootton

Barbara (Frances), Baroness of Abinger. 1897--1988, English economist, educationalist, social scientist, and criminologist
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In January, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall laid a wreath at the local war memorial and used the occasion to thank residents, expressing their "heartfelt gratitude to the people of Wootton Bassett for their unstinting support of Britain's armed forces".
Munster registered eight tries with Wootton becoming the first Reds player to grab four in a game since Mike Mullins against Caerphilly in 2001.
David Wootton here has written not a single book but two intertwined ones.
Wootton shanked the ball into his own net as he attempted to divert it for a corner with 53 minutes gone.
Speaking for the first time since Poolman was jailed over the collision earlier this week, Mr Wootton, 40, said: "I was very lucky.
Wootton will be responsible for the organization s initiatives to support Ontario water technology companies with their export strategies, manage the organization s government relations and advocacy efforts through its working groups, and define and support WaterTAP s sustainability strategy.
Mr Wootton replied that he was not happy with him either.
Rovers were keen on Wootton earlier in the season but Sir Alex Ferguson needed him for League Cup duty.
GOOD POINTS: The improvising cast are great, especially Wootton, Tennant and all the cute kids like Cannock's Ben Wilby.
And while Ferguson cannot wait for his fitness worries to ease, Wootton could be forgiven for wanting it to carry on a little bit longer.
Mark Wootton, 27, admitted dishonestly receiving stolen goods when he appeared before Kirklees magistrates.
Rob Wootton is 6-1 favourite with Coral to win Fish 'o' Mania in Stoke today (Sky Sports 2, noon).