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Runcie

(ˈrʌnsɪ)
n
(Biography) Robert (Alexander Kennedy), Baron. 1921–2000, Archbishop of Canterbury (1980–91)
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DUNDEE-headquartered law firm Blackadders is expanding by merging with Aberdeen-based solicitors Plenderleath Runcie.
Brunton First, Broadway East, Grange First and Archbishop Runcie First Schools participated in the Jesmondbased cluster event.
Broward County Superintendent Robert Runcie sent a letter to families Wednesday outlining security measures that include students having to use clear backpacks provided by the district.
The sixth book in the James Runcie's much-loved Granchester Mystery series, full-time priest and part-time detective Sidney Chambers plunges back into sleuthing when he discovers that body in a bluebell wood.
By DAVE JONES GOLFER Adam Runcie is on cloud nine after achieving the biggest win of his career.
So I suspect that author, James Runcie - son of former Archbishop of Canterbury, Robert Runcie - knew exactly what he was doing when he started writing his Grantchester Mystery series of novels M a few years ago.
Westfield School for Girls and Archbishop Runcie Church of England First School, both in Gosforth, Newcastle, collected all the festively wrapped shoeboxes for the annual Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child Appeal.
8/10 Sidney Chambers And The Perils Of The Night by James Runcie (Bloomsbury, PS14.99) IT IS 1955, and James Runcie''s eccentric ecclesiastical sleuth Sidney Chambers is plunged into a new diverse collection of dilemmas in his native Grantchester and beyond.
THE Runcie brothers Stuart and Adam both reached the final qualifying stage for this year's PGA EuroPro Tour when they scored 144 and 145 respectively at The Players Club near Bristol.
There was no actual mention of Mr Waite, but Islamic Jihad supports Iran, and yesterday the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Robert Runcie, wrote to the Speaker of the Iran Parliament asking him to help in the search.
Hamilton's parents offered to pay the money within a week and his solicitor, Graeme Runcie, said his client would pay them back.