Schofield


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Scho•field

(ˈskoʊˌfild)

n.
John McAllister, 1831–1906, U.S. general.
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Danny Schofield this week joined the club as the new Under-23 assistant lead coach, with the 39-year-old having held the same role at Elland Road.
But when This Morning host Phillip Schofield took to Twitter yesterday, he had lost his sparkle and sounded as blue as his barnet over a "feud" with Amanda Holden.
RYAN Schofield has fronted up honestly and admitted he's learned a painful lesson with England at the Toulon Tournament.
Caernarfon crown court was told there had been a delay of almost two years between the arrest and charging of 24-year-old Kieron Schofield, of Cawthorne Avenue, Liverpool.
Police discovered 90 cannabis plants when they raided Gary Schofield's house in Crosby Road South, Waterloo.
'But more evidence was needed,' said Claude Schofield, PhD, director of discovery research at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
They unanimously found him guilty of manslaughter and conspiracy to rob the stabbing victim, Ian Schofield, 37, who was known widely in the town as 'Legs.'.
Phillip Schofield has spoken out after it was revealed his This Morning co-presenter Holly Willoughby is joining I'm A Celebrity.
Christopher Schofield and Dawn Warren are facing trial over an incident involving Graham Bolton in Hillington.
The Information Technology University (ITU) the Punjab's Centre for Governance and Policy hosted the launch of acclaimed British historian Victoria Schofield book on Lord Wavell, the penultimate Viceroy of India here today.