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Seddon

(ˈsɛdən)
n
(Biography) Richard John, known as King Dick. 1845–1906, New Zealand statesman, born in England; prime minister of New Zealand (1893–1906)
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He hit the car, she spun and he struck on the Prosecutor Jill Seddon told the Huddersfield court that earlier in the day the 48-year-old's partner had thrown his belongings out of their home in Larch Road, Paddock.
Jamie Lee Seddon, of Rivington Avenue, in St Helens, was sentenced to 18 months behind bars after admitting dangerous driving and affray at Liverpool Crown Court on Tuesday.
Abbey and Holly Seddon, 14, were banned from lessons at Northumberland Church of England Academy's Josephine Butler campus because of their PS50 black Vans.
Abbey and Holly Seddon, both 14, were banned from lessons at Northumberland Church of England Academy's Josephine Butler campus because of their PS50 black Vans.
Seddon has broken ground on a 23m project at Keele University.
Getaway driver Lee James Seddon was sent to prison for 13 years and four months at Preston Crown Court on February 4 last year.
BUILDER and developer Seddon has appointed a new business development manager as it reopens offices in North Wales.
Ryan Seddon, 23, of Paradise Street, Rhyl, hoped the police would kill him when he went into a Barclays Bank in Chester in October 2014.
HOUSEBUILDER and construction group Seddon has appointed a new regional director for the Midlands.
BRITISH & Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton paid homage to one of his predecessors in the role yesterday when he visited the grave of 1888 tour skipper Robert Seddon.
Stephen Seddon blasted Robert, 68, and Patricia, 65, with a sawn-off shotgun four months after botching an attempt to kill them in a faked canal crash.
Batting first the pacesetters made 106 with Joe Somra and Darrel Williams making 38 and 30 respectively while Kyle Miller and Matt Seddon the pick of the home attack.