Holyoake


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Holyoake

(ˈhəʊlɪˌəʊk)
n
(Biography) Sir Keith Jacka (ˈdʒækə). 1904–83, New Zealand politician; prime minister (1957; 1960–72); governor general (1977–80)
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Moorside Street was closed in both directions between Jack Lane and Holyoake Street while emergency services attended.
Having heard Mr Barker's report, Cllr Shelagh Holyoake, Labour councillor for Guisborough, said: "Basically we've had it until austerity is well and truly over and public funding is getting the funds that they deserve.
A day after winning the second T20I of the Women's Ashes, Schutt spent quality time with wife Jessica Holyoake on Monday.
Mark Humphreys has been appointed as senior technical underwriter and Helen Holyoake has joined as head of risk and compliance.
Vet Amanda Holyoake said: "It's good to know that there are people like Richard in the world."
Deputy Prime Minister Keith Holyoake, the first New Zealand leader to visit the Soviet Union on his official visit to Moscow in 1955, marked the beginning of the political dialogue.
Roscoe Bradley Holyoake, 34, grabbed the boy as the child walked holding his mother's hand.
Coroner John Ellery was told the divorced mother-of-three, who left work at about 5pm, was found by her stepfather, Lee Holyoake, around three hours later, after knocks at her door went unanswered.
Within minutes Luke Holyoake had put Anstey back in the lead and Loughborough were back to square one and 2-1 down.
Mr Peter Coull Family, Fred Jennifer Spruce Jane Pearson, Angela Harrop, Terry Harrop, Nicola, Sue Families Rep John Coppack Judith Harris, Gillain Pete Holyoake Rep.
Baffled by the amount of mess on the pavements around her Porthcawl home, five-year-old Elsie Holyoake decided to send out a sweet yet strong message to irresponsible owners.