John Mitchell


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Noun1.John Mitchell - United States labor leaderJohn Mitchell - United States labor leader; president of the United Mine Workers of America from 1898 to 1908 (1870-1919)
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NEW Newcastle Eagles signing John Mitchell believes he will be a "match-up nightmare" for opposing BBL defences.
John Mitchell, 57, who has optic nerve damage and was diagnosed with eye condition macular degeneration and cataracts in his early 40s, smashed the nine-mile distance across Mayer and Driesh in aid of charities Scottish War Blinded and North East Sensory Services (Ness).
However, the New Zealander is also reportedly on the shortlist to replace Jacques Brunel with France alongside England's 2003 World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward and their current defence chief John Mitchell.
John Mitchell, 48, has been living at the Meath Epilepsy Charity inGodalming, along with Regan, for 25 years and was diagnosed with epilepsy at just four months old.
JOHN MITCHELL has indicated for the first time that he may be keen to continue coaching England after the World Cup this autumn.
JOHN Mitchell insists England must approach their potentially decisive Six Nations title clash with Ireland as a moment to seize.
He voiced his belief that the RFU have never rated him as highly as others - and also took something of a veiled swipe at England's impending appointment of former All Blacks boss John Mitchell as defensive coach.
Leerink Partners, a leading healthcare investment bank, has said that it has appointed John Mitchell as a managing director of its institutional equities team.
Healthcare investment bank LEERINK Partners has named John Mitchell to its institutional equities team as a managing director, the company said.
John Mitchell, 55South Reading, Vermont - John Mitchell of South Reading, VT passed away Feb.
Pictured from left to right are Peter Connelly of Saltersgill, Dave Risborough of Pockets 8, Robert Taylor of Roseberry, Tony Brown of Pockets Z, John Mitchell of the Laurel and Lenny Duffield of Red Rose.
John Mitchell, of Farnley Hey, y Farnley Tyas, was a founder member of the Huddersfield Racing Team in the 1950s and went on to win dozens of titles.