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Scofield

(ˈskəʊfiːld)
n
(Biography) (David) Paul. (1922–2008), English stage and film actor
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"We think that at the time, animals were evolving very rapidly," (https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-49340715) explained Paul Scofield, senior curator at the Canterbury Museum.
Synopsis: Composed by author Margaret Scofield, "I Love You Still: A Memorial Baby Book" is specifically created for the events and emotions associated with pregnancy or infant loss.
Emma Follis and Connie Scofield gave Blues a 2-0 halftime lead and that's the way it remained as the hosts slumped to their sixth league defeat of the season.
Emma Follis and Connie Scofield gave Birmingham a 2-0 half-time lead and that is the way it remained as the hosts slumped to their sixth league defeat in nine matches this season.
"It is well above and beyond any expectations," Principal Niki Scofield said.
Braehead Clan FORWARDTYLER Scofield he is to retire from the sport.
When Seattle-based choreographer Zoe Scofield started making work, she tried to hide the fact that she didn't have a BFA.
Tyler Shattock and Tyler Scofield fired the home men 2-0 in front in the first period before John Kurtz pulled one back in the second third.
Tyler Scofield teed up Landon Oslanski for a third on a five v three powerplay but Flames fired four unanswered goals to pick up the points and make it seven wins out of eight.
TRACY WHITE, Email: tracywhite5@sky.com I'M looking for someone who might recognise the name Charlie Scofield who lived at 38 Nicholson Terrace, Forest Hall, Newcastle, and died by a railway line in the 1970s.
Pan-American Life Insurance Group (PALIG) has said that it has promoted David Demmon as senior vice president, CFO and controller and Bryan Scofield as senior vice president of Human Resources.