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kennet

(ˈkɛnɪt)
n
(Animals) archaic a small hunting dog, used in medieval and Tudor England
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The town itself is a famous old place, dating from the dim days of King Ethelred, when the Danes anchored their warships in the Kennet, and started from Reading to ravage all the land of Wessex; and here Ethelred and his brother Alfred fought and defeated them, Ethelred doing the praying and Alfred the fighting.
Thames Valley Police werecalled to Kennet Island on Saturday, July 13where officers found the baby to be unresponsive.
Munk, who has over 25 years of experience in corporate finance advisory, private equity and technology, has previously been with London and Silicon Valley-based private equity firm, Kennet Partners.
TULLIUS, the admirable gelding who gave members of the Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds syndicate that owned him such a thrill with a handful of Group victories, has been retired after sustaining a minor injury on his last outing at Goodwood in May.
Shockingly, Liverpool has some of the highest rates of prison drug use in the country, with the now-closed Kennet prison at the top of the table.
Prior to the acquisition, Rivo was backed by technology investors Kennet Partners and Eight Roads Ventures.
Gilead Sciences Canada: Kennet Brysting has been appointed general manager, assuming leadership of the company's sixth-largest market.
THE 200th anniversary of the magnificent Leeds and Liverpool canal is being celebrated by a voyage along its 127 mile length by Kennet, a former working boat.
BASED in Coleshill, Kennet Equipment Leasing specialises in both brokering and providing business finance to SMEs - many of which had already been turned down by the banks.
Darren Bigglestone, 46, of Berkshire, Lee George, 34, Charles Kennet, 28, and John Willet, all from Portsmouth, Graham Lewis, 55, George Policelli, 33, both of Oxford, and Alexander Dredge, 31, David Stewart, 33, both of Edinburgh, are charged with fighting at the Thistle Hotel in Glasgow on Tuesday.
Arnold Pickering, 44, from Chadderton, Greater Manchester, failed to return to HMP Kennet in Maghull, Merseyside, after leaving the Category C jail on day release at about 9.30am on Saturday.