Hamlyn


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Hamlyn

(ˈhæmlɪn)
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(Biography) Baron Paul. 1926–2001, British businessman and publisher
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Specialist executive financial services recruitment company, Hamlyn Williams, is creating 100 new graduate jobs in Cardiff thanks to backing from the Welsh Government.
Specialist financial services recruiter Hamlyn Williams will be based in Capital Tower, the former home of Admiral in the capital.
Specialist financial services recruiter Hamlyn Williams will be based at Capital Tower, the former home of Admiral in the city.
I am reminded of the poem, the Pied Piper of Hamlyn.
uk) part of the Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook series, which is being relaunched this month.
A World War Two based retake on the Pied Piper of Hamlyn tale, this teenage thriller is set in the Romney Marshes, and tells the tale of two young evacuees who find themselves transported from urban Dagenham to a typically Gothic farmhouse with plenty of creaking floorboards, unexplained night-time rattles and surly inhabitants.
Ian was educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham, and after obtaining his BA in Accountancy in 1978 qualified as a chartered accountant while at BDO Binder Hamlyn.
Lynda Hamlyn, boss of NHS Blood and Transplant, said: "The agonising wait for a transplant can be reduced if hospitals are able to 'buy British'.
Banks took a first half lead through Lewis Dalton, but TIBS fought back to equalise through Ryan Hamlyn.
Countryside Alliance regional director Simon Hamlyn said: "People living in Yorkshire have really thrown themselves into the spirit of the Countryside Alliance Awards.
From the aromas of baked gingerbread and mulled wine to the sounds of carol singers, the Christmas markets at Hamlyn, Hannover, Goslar and Munster are guaranteed to put you in the festive mood
The award from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation is one of five to performing arts organisations across the UK, inS cluding Opera North, Leeds and Glasgow's Citizen Theatre.