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The Linnets improved after the interval and striker Elliott Nevitt forced Handsworth keeper Archie Sneath into a fine stop.
Katrina Sneath, one of the leading bookers at the agency who will be looking after Chloe, said of her protegee: "I think she has a strong career ahead of her, she'll be great for editorial.
Katrina Sneath, one of the leading bookers at the agency who will be looking after Chloe, said of her new protege: "We had her in yesterday, life is a little hectic for her at the moment.
Sneath WA: an apparent third testicle consisting of a scrotal spleen.
Dr David Sneath from Coventry's University Hospital
0), which estimated all the pair wise differences in the amplification product (Sokal and Sneath, 1973).
For example, the meanings that customers link with an event can be transferred to the enterprise that sponsors it (Novais & Arcodia, 2013), and a firm's sponsorship of an event of which customers have a positive perception can positively influence the image of the brand associated with it (Close, Finney, Lacey, & Sneath, 2006).
The gymnasts - Abbi Greaves, Liam Sneath, Jesse Heskett and Alex Houston - are part of Acropolis, an entertainment group which raises funds for the Durhambased gym club.
Hannah Sneath, from the agency, said: "We look for beautiful girls with beautiful personalities.
We selected the following coefficients as similarity measures: Simple Matching (1958), Rogers and Tanimoto (1960), and Sokal and Sneath (1963).
It wasn't long till the first goal as Jamie Sneath played the ball through and Dan Gibson finished into the bottom corner.