Huddleston


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Huddleston

(ˈhʌdəlstən)
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(Biography) Trevor. 1913–98, British Anglican prelate; suffragan bishop of Stepney (1968–78) and bishop of Mauritius (1978–83); president of the Anti-Apartheid Movement (1981–94)
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Sir Huddleston Fuddleston had three daughters who all hoped to be Lady Crawley.
Lucy Huddleston suffers from adolescent idiopathic scoliosis - a condition which caused an abnormal twist in her spine resembling the shape of a 'S'.
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Lucy Huddleston suffers from adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, which is an abnormal twisting and curvature of the spine.
He didn't really exist, Mr Huddleston, so any success he had was for dramatic effect, not as an example of international financial success.
US actor David Huddleston, who played the title roles in The Big Lebowski and Santa Claus: The Movie, has died.
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Susan Herbst, the president at University of Connecticut made the most in the region with $645,769, followed by Huddleston, and then Kumble Subbaswamy, head of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst $483,620.
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Robert Huddleston is an accomplished writer and raconteur with many articles, plays, and books to his credit, among them the play Exploitation-Dawn of the Cold War: A History, a treatment of the Project LUSTY (Luftwaffe Secret Technology) teams that retrieved German technology.
Nigel Huddleston, MP for Mid Worcestershire, paid a visit to the hub in Spetchley Road, Worcester, where he met members of staff and was shown the variety of different functions based there including "Make Ready" where ambulances are prepared for their shift, fleet workshops, management and administration.