Willingham


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Wil•ling•ham

(ˈwɪl ɪŋˌhæm, -əm)
n.
Calder Baynard, Jr., 1922–95, U.S. novelist and screenwriter.
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is pleased to announce that attorney Tom Willingham has joined the Auto Defects Team at the firm's Atlanta headquarters.
Nearly six years before Navarro County prosecutor John Jackson used a jailhouse snitch to help send Cameron Todd Willingham to his death, Jackson made similar use of an inmate informant in a different death penalty trial.
Prosecutor Tracey Willingham said the victim's girlfriend had shouted to assailant Mathew Harrison that he'd had an operation but Harrison was undeterred.
But his 44-second strike was bettered by Ken Willingham against Sunderland at Leeds Road back in December 1935.
Prosecutor Tracey Willingham told the town's magistrates he admitted he had alcohol problems at the time and used money to buy drink or lottery tickets, but he was getting help.
James Willingham, 78th Civil Engineer Group deputy director, said he expects construction will begin by September, and it should be operational by January.
Eugene retrieved his handgun, investigated the noise, and discovered 20-year-old Natavious Willingham allegedly using a shovel to break into the house.
McCoughtry 8-18 7-9 23, Willingham 1-3 0-0 3, de Souza 7-9 2-5 16, Thomas 6-12 2-2 15, Herrington 2-3 0-0 4, Hayes 3-9 1-2 8, Bentley 1-4 0-0 2, Henry 1-5 0-2 2, Riley 2-3 0-0 4, Clements 0-1 0-0 0.
Christopher Willingham, embassy staff, representatives from American Airlines, local police and journalists from every major Finnish media outlet welcomed the newest member of the embassy's team, a Marine search dog named Lucca who had risked her life to save American service members.
Chloe Willingham and Kelsey Dyson forced their way into the girl's home after she allegedly made a racist remark, and were ordered to be publicly named because the judge considered the assault in February 2011 so serious.
Chloe Willingham, then 17 and from Anfield and Kelsey Dyson, 16, from Aigburth, were ordered to be publicly named by a judge who dropped the standard anonymity for under-18s in court because he considered the assault so serious.
Tracey Willingham, prosecuting at Prestatyn magistrates' court, said that 58-year-old Derek Jones was walking his spaniel in Maes Mathonwy, Denbigh, at 5.