Ashley


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Ashley

(ˈæʃlɪ)
n
1. (Biography) Jack, Baron. 1922–2012, British Labour politician and campaigner for deaf and disabled people
2. (Biography) Laura. 1925–85, British designer, who built up a successful chain of retail stores selling dresses and fabrics based on traditional English patterns
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State of the fur trade of the Rocky Mountains American enterprises General Ashley and his associates Sublette, a famous leader Yearly rendezvous among the mountains Stratagems and dangers of the trade Bands of trappers Indian banditti Crows and Blackfeet Mountaineers Traders of the Far West Character and habits of the trapper
One of the first to revive these tramontane expeditions was General Ashley, of Missouri, a man whose courage and achievements in the prosecution of his enterprises have rendered him famous in the Far West.
In this wild and warlike school a number of leaders have sprung up, originally in the employ, subsequently partners of Ashley; among these we may mention Smith, Fitzpatrick, Bridger, Robert Campbell, and William Sublette; whose adventures and exploits partake of the wildest spirit of romance.
I have narrated all this as best I could, because I like the contrast of these episodes with the life that I had seen Strickland live in Ashley Gardens when he was occupied with stocks and shares; but I am aware that Captain Nichols was an outrageous liar, and I dare say there is not a word of truth in anything he told me.
An inquest into Ashley's death has been opened and adjourned.
The crisis–hit club yesterday accepted a yesterday accepted a PS2million emergency loan PS2million emergency loan from Ashley in return for at from Ashley in return for at least two seats on the board.
Last 16: Greg Smith (West Bromwich) 21 David Walker (Scholes) 17, Simon Coupe (Preston) 21 Phil Dowgill (Crosshills) 9, Graeme Wilson (Audenshaw) 21 David Scott (Silsden) 15, Thomas Hanson (Pudsey) 15 Ashley Daykin (Huddersfield) 21, Danny Petcher (Burton-on-Trent) 21 Chris Kelly (Shef-field) 16, Dave Fisher (Denby Grange) 21 Richard Goddard (Shrewsbury) 5, Jon Wilcox (Leeds) 21 Graham Hickey (Halifax) 16, Ashley Tattersley (Lower Hopton) 21 Gerwyn Davies (Wrexham) 14.
For a short period of time in 2012, both teens were clear of cancer, but in September, Ashley was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma, requiring a bone-marrow transplant.
"This decision was the result of several years of global strategic and grass roots analysis," Ashley Furniture Industries CEO Todd Wanek said in a statement.
Ashley, who grew up in Cheylesmore, Coventry and is a former Whitley Abbey School pupil, said: "We just went out to Spain to fish and it was mindblowing.
I brought Ashley home but, later that day Ashley seized again, and then again.
Police are also investigating after Chelsea defender Ashley Cole and Manchester United winger Ashley Young were singled out for abuse on Twitter by one user.