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Woolley

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(Biography) Sir (Charles) Leonard. 1880–1960, British archaeologist, noted for his excavations at Ur in Mesopotamia (1922–34)
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Noun1.Woolley - English archaeologist who supervised the excavations at Ur (1880-1960)
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His platform was going to be free Chuckit balls for life," said Terran Woolley, of Hutchinson.
Summary: Woolley ran over woman trying to stop him and his girlfriend from stealing her handbag
Hazel Woolley was at home alone in her Llansamlet bungalow and claims the perpetrator entered the property via an unlocked set of French doors.
TREVOR Woolley (Feedback, August 13) appears to be dismissive of the list of jobs created post-Brexit and also makes the assumption that the jobs will be part-time - I wonder how he knows this.
But at Woolley Grange, a luxury hotel on the edge of the Cotswolds, that's exactly what my son is being encouraged to do.
NEED TO KNOW Sherna | Noah stayed at Woolley Grange, Bradfordon-Avon, Wiltshire, as a guest of the hotel.
Woolley's Classic Suites is an upscale reintroduction of the original all-suites hotel created by Robert Woolley in 1969.
Reading Comprehension: Assisting Children with Learning Difficulties by Gary Woolley is a general consensus of the possibilities for reading comprehension instruction for students who struggle with reading, including those with reading disabilities and those learning a second language, with a focus on practices in the United States of America and Australia.
Woolley & Co can now boast 100 per cent Resolution membership among its team of family law specialists across England and Wales.
ProScribe, which was founded by Karen Woolley and Mark Woolley, will become Envision Pharma's fifth division, named Scientific Solutions.
Natalia Woolley allegedly kicked, punched and stamped on 69-year-old client Winston Fernandez on an escort visit to his suburban house.
INITIAL LIGHT BULB After a decade working in health-care IT, Scot Woolley saw an emerging opportunity based on two factors: employers pushing more of the responsibility for coverage to employees, and the lack of online tools empowering health-care consumers.