Fawcett


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Fawcett

(ˈfɔːsɪt)
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(Biography) Dame Millicent Garrett. 1847–1929, British suffragette
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A night watchman named Fawcett states that between one and two o'clock he heard a slight noise in the neighborhood of the lower strong-room, used as a repository for the plate and other possessions of various customers of the bank.
Prince Harry is rumored to have banned Prince Charles' trusted aide, Michael Fawcett, from organizing his and Meghan Markle's wedding reception.
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Lynn Fawcett stepped into the witness box at Teesside Crown Court to read out a statement about the impact of George Fawcett's mortgage fraud.
NYSE: CIT) has said that John Fawcett has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer.
has acquired of the assets of Houston-based employee benefits firm The Fawcett Group, the company said.
In "The Lost City of Z," set within the British Empire during the early decades of the 20th century, the English explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) spends years seeking out the natives of the Amazonian jungle--and the mystery behind them--with a sense of purpose that is never less than high and mighty, progressive and noble.
Elizabeth Fawcett, 53, was jailed in December at Cardiff Crown Court after she pleaded guilty to stealing from Cassidian UK Ltd - part of Airbus - who employed her at the time.
Geron said his decision followed a letter from one Trevor Fawcett, a British national living in the Philippines on a special resident retiree's visa.
TONY Fawcett has made a dream start to his North East Cyclocross League campaign by taking two wins on the bounce.
A joint funeral service has been held for Arthur and Betty Fawcett, from Rumney, Cardiff.