Armitage


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Armitage

(ˈɑːmətɪdʒ)
n
(Biography) Simon (Robert). born 1963, British poet and writer, whose collections include Zoom! (1989), Killing Time (1999), and Universal Home Doctor (2002)
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I was James Armitage in my younger days, and you can understand now the shock that it was to me a few weeks ago when your college friend addressed me in words which seemed to imply that he had surprised my secret.
Former Wasps centre Guy Armitage has quit rugby union to make the move to rugby league side the London Broncos.
A 19-strong team of residents in Armitage Bridge collected 84 hours' worth of traffic data in July, amid claims of frequent road traffic incidents.
Simon Armitage's new verse translation of the fourteenth-century poem Pearl shows there's also a great deal to be gained.
Dubai: Poet Simon Armitage says he was always interested in land and people's relationship with it.
TOULON full-back Delon Armitage has been suspended for 12 weeks following a misconduct complaint lodged against him after a Champions Cup clash against Leicester.
Stating his position in a recent interview with Kyodo News, Armitage also acknowledged that alternative solutions such as relocation to the U.S.
Megurni Eda, the knockout dancer who's been with Armitage Gone!
ENGLAND international Delon Armitage last night received an eight-week ban after being cited for a tip tackle in last weekend's Heineken Cup game between Toulon and Montpellier.
STEFFON ARMITAGE is hopeful the RFU and Toulon can negotiate a situation that makes him available to play for England again.
(Croteau) Armitage, 87, of Brimfield Rd., died Thursday, November 1, 2012 in Harrington Memorial Hospital.