Gormley


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Gormley

(ˈɡɔːmlɪ)
n
(Biography) Sir Antony. born 1950, British sculptor, noted for Angel of the North (1998) and Another Place (1997), an installation of cast-iron figures facing out to sea on Crosby beach, near Liverpool
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In spite of this one shortcoming, the book succeeds as a work of policy analysis because Gormley understands this policy area so well and is able to convey his understanding.
A BULLYING probe against former chief constable Phil Gormley has been criticised by a watchdog.
Phil Gormley join HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) to oversee the performance of Northern Irish and northern England forces.
Jay Donnelly and Joe e Gormley both bagged a brace in the second period against a United side that lost striker Kevin Braniff to a second yellow card on 31 minutes.
JOE GORMLEY believes summer signing Jude Winchester will prove to be star for Cliftonville this season.
Kirklees magistrates heard that Wayne Gormley, 27, had had a long-standing drug problem.
Now Gormley has been handed a two-and-a-half-year prison sentence at Newcastle Crown Court.
Gormley, now of Benton Road, Newcastle, but previously of Blyth, made a brief appearance yesterday at Newcastle Crown Court to plead guilty to 27 of the 29 charges.
OLD iron nails taken from the repaired roof of Canterbury Cathedral were used by sculptor Antony Gormley to create a striking new artwork.
A NORTH Wales business is playing a part in Antony Gormley's Fourth Plinth art project.
Joe Gormley said he planned to rule out of ordr a bid by the miitant president of the Yorshir miners Mr.
WOODSTOCK - Benjamin Gormley wanted his 10th birthday party to be a big splash - but his mother, Shelby Gormley, didn't want all the gifts floating around their home.