Deighton


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Deighton

(ˈdeɪtən)
n
(Biography) Len. born 1929, British thriller writer. His books include The Ipcress File (1962), Bomber (1970), and the trilogy Berlin Game, Mexico Set, and London Match (1983–85)
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He would not have changed places with Deighton of the Horse Battery, whirling by in a pillar of cloud to a chorus of "Strong right!
"Good man!" shouted Deighton of the Horse Battery through the mists.
Deighton came over from the Artillery camp to attend a dreary mess dinner, and contributed to the general gloom by nearly weeping over the condition of his beloved Battery.
HUNDREDS of people enjoyed the sights and sounds at Deighton Carnival - and the baking hot weather.
A court has slapped Michael Deighton with a restraining order after he admitted carrying out a campaign of harassment against his former love following their break-up.
'SELFIE Stalker' Michael Deighton was banned from going anywhere near the ex he terrorised - after his own mum shopped him.
From Hong Kong to Moscow, Bogota to Bahrain, Deighton has travelled almost the entire globe representing Ministry of Sound and Housexy.
LONDON Olympics chief executive Paul Deighton has been appointed to the board of England Rugby 2015.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 29, 2011-QlikTech names Anthony Deighton as CTO and Jonas Nachmanson as chief product strategy officer to align R&D and product strategy(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Malcolm Deighton, 70, was confronted by the man, in his early 30s, in the hallway of his home.
The pair struggled onto the front drive where the attacker fled, leaving Mr Deighton bleeding on the ground.
THERE will be a huge children's play area at Deighton Carnival 2019 complete with bouncy castles, ball pools and a paddling pool.