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Whitelaw

(ˈwaɪtˌlɔː)
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(Biography) William (Stephen Ian), 1st Viscount Whitelaw of Penrith. 1918–99, British Conservative politician; Home Secretary (1979–83); leader of the House of Lords (1983–88)
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For trampling round by Cheviot-edge Were heard the troopers keen; And frequent from the Whitelaw ridge The death-shot flash'd between,'" &c.
Lilian Whitelaw has also been ordered to write a reflective account about the way she acted in 2017 while working at Ellerslie Care Home.
Graeme Whitelaw, 28, sparked terror when got behind the wheel of a black Vauxhall Astra following an argument with his partner.
Grandmother-of-seven Paula Whitelaw, 71, suffered a brain haemorrhage and died in hospital.
Paula Whitelaw, 71, suffered a fatal blow when she and several other travellers tripped during a 'domino effect' at the bottom of stairs as the Krakow airport bus arrived to ferry them to their Manchester-bound plane.
The quiz was won by Ali and Kevin Shackleton, Jan Hamilton and Robert Whitelaw. The vice-president then thanked the president for all his hard work throughout the year and for organising a most enjoyable evening.
Sally was born August 4th, 1928 in Whitelaw, Wisconsin to Joseph and Agnes Meidl (nee Lemberger).
BUSINESSES need to act now to capitalise on the opportunities offered by the commerce of the future, according to Stephen Whitelaw, the seasoned technology entrepreneur.
Willdan Group Inc (NASDAQ:WLDN) declared on Friday that its board of directors elected Debra Coy as a director and Paul Whitelaw and Micah Chen as corporate officers.
The company behind the proposal is Whitelaw Brae Windfarm Ltd, which was set up by 2020 Renewables to develop the scheme.
Beckett wrote plays specifically for Billie Whitelaw, Jack MacGowran, and Patrick Magee, and often went head-to-head with casting directors and immigration officials to ensure their inclusion in productions, citing their privileged understanding of and ability to represent his work.