Sutcliffe


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Sutcliffe

(ˈsʌtˌklɪf)
n
(Biography) Herbert. 1894–1978, English cricketer, who played for Yorkshire; scorer of 149 centuries and 1000 runs in a season 24 times
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David Sutcliffe's role in Don Roos's newest ensemble comedy-drama, Happy Endings, could not be more different from his performance as a gruff, obsessive, and sexually adventurous gay graphic novelist in 2004's Testosterone.
ARTWORK and correspondence of Stuart Sutcliffe, who played a pivotal role in the early days of The Beatles, is to be auctioned along with the rest of his estate.
FORMER All-Star Danny Sutcliffe has admitted a tightening of US visa regulations was partly behind his decision to return to the Dublin setup.
Peter Sutcliffe, 70, has told fellow lags he's counting the days until he sees Sonia again - and is hoping it will be next month.
Nicola Sutcliffe, 43, flew into a rage when Anthony Sutcliffe, 44, was unanimously convicted of indecent assault and gross indecency with a child under 14.
Serial killer Peter Sutcliffe (inset), now 69, who struck twice in Huddersfield, could be moved from Broadmoor psychiatric hospital to prison after medical experts said his mental health had improved .
Peter Sutcliffe, 69, wants to keep his cushy life in Broadmoor, near London, where he has been held since 1984.
NEW information revealed just last week indicates that George Oldfield, the detective in charge of the inquiry, actually visited Peter Sutcliffe's house some 15 YEARS before his eventual conviction.
Pauline Sutcliffe had been a trusted employee of Stables and Co for nine years before the company, which had offices in Halesowen, Stourbridge and Rowley Regis, went into liquidation.
Susan Ethel Sutcliffe made the generous bequest in her will in appreciation of the treatment given to her late husband Jack.