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LIDFORD LAW. Vide Lynch Law.

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The 39-year-old, of Lydford Court, Newcastle, is charged with perverting the course of justice in that he carried out a series of acts which attempted to unlawfully dispose or conceal a death.
Lifelong pals John, of Lydford Road, West Derby, and Martin, of Martensen Street, Edge Hill, were passengers in a Morris Marina van which overturned on the M1 near Northampton on August 18, 1984.
Lydford Gorge Near Tavistock, Devon Work up an appetite here with an exhilarating wildflower walk to the gorge's 30-metre high White Lady Waterfall and the bubbling Devil's Cauldron below.
e Their lair was hidden in Lydford Gorge and the clan of stockily-built redheads would steal sheep and cause mayhem with their pilfering.
PHIL Hughes, of Lydford Close, Wyken, sent in this picture.
Preventive Detention, A Species of Lydford Law, 52 GEO.
R osanne Dobson, owner East Lydford, Somerset Note: This letter was sent to mark Boga's return to action at Bath on September 9.
The presentations that I saw and the discussions that I subsequently had with presenters and attendees proved invaluable in shaping the design," said Philip Lydford, chief executive of e-Shelter (UK) Ltd.
Conductor Semyon Bychkov drew a grippingly well-hewn account of this demanding score from his young charges, so well-coached during a post-Christmas residency at Denstone College near Uttoxeter, and the many spotlit solos were confidently handled, not least by Annie Lydford manipulating the mighty Symphony Hall organ.
It cannot continue like this," said David Phillips, the principal and CEO of the Lydford, St Ann-based National Meats, the island's largest importer and marketer of meats.