John Bartlett


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Noun1.John Bartlett - United States publisher and editor who compiled a book of familiar quotations (1820-1905)
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Prosecutor John Bartlett said that on a number of occasions the gang phoned for fast food home deliveries and after the food was delivered and paid for masked men with knives and hammers ambushed the drivers as they made their way back to their vehicles.
John Bartlett, prosecuting, said Goodreid was found lying on the ground outside the Town Cryer pub, in Queen Victoria Road, city centre, at 1.20pm on Tuesday.
Breadwinner's two founding directors, brothers Mr Peter and Mr John Bartlett, scoop pounds 7 million each from the deal.
A VISIT to a city cemetery is like "a trip to the Congo" as visitors have to hack their way through undergrowth three feet high, says John Bartlett.
Prosecutor John Bartlett said she was appearing to answer "the most serious allegation that can be brought before the court".
With encouragement from speakers like Passaic County Freeholder Director John Bartlett, Mayor Vergano and Det.
Cambrian Wood Carving Society members, from left, Michael Kellcher, Stephen Frederick and John Bartlett pictured at work on love spoons RICHARD WILLIAMS
John Bartlett, prosecuting, told magistrates how the actor would drive past the victim's place of work and rev the engine of his car.
Last weekend Middlesbrough artist Alan Morley invited college pal and fellow New Wave pioneer John Bartlett to the Python Gallery to sign an artwork of the East End.
Bartlett of Fitchburg, grandchildren Danielle Bartlett, John Bartlett, Emily Cochran, David Cochran and Kaia Bartlett, brothers John Sparks and his wife Karen of Jupiter, FL and Thomas Sparks and his wife Mary of Fitchburg, brothers-in-law Richard Bartlett and his long-time friend Carol Baumbach of Longmont, CO, Thomas Bartlett and his wife Susan of Leominster and Guy Stroup of Battlefield, MO, several nieces and nephews.