Linacre


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Linacre

(ˈlɪnəkə)
n
(Biography) Thomas. ?1460–1524, English humanist and physician: founded the Royal College of Physicians (1518)
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They were William Grocyn, "the most upright and best of all Britons,"* Thomas Linacre, and John Colet.
LINACRE William Thinking of you Dad, But that is nothing new, I thought about you yesterday, And the day before that too.
The church celebrates its 100th anniversary this year and, if planning permission is granted, the church will now be rebuilt on the former People's Ford garage site in Linacre Lane.
"Despite recently challenging market conditions, the institutional equity business has performed creditably and profitably," said Tim Linacre, chief executive.
By The Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics on behalf of The Catholic Bishops' Joint Bioethics Committee.
Linacre ward - an area made up of Bootle centre, the New Strand shopping centre and Gladstone Dock - is one of the most-deprived in the UK.
BILL LINACRE, one of Boro's major post-war stars, has died at the age of 85.
Mr McGunigle, who has a studio on Linacre Lane, in Bootle, said: "There used to be a sculpting culture in the city.
But yesterday Mr Vivian Linacre, director of the Edinburgh-based BWMA, branded the new measures "unworkable and unenforceable" and claimed the Government will be forced to reverse them following huge public opposition.
IN the Liverpool League's quarter-final Forrest Cup tie at Wavertree Labour, visitors Linacre gave themselves a mountain to climb when they arrived with only three players.