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In the 1840s up to 100,000 people are said to have flocked to see world champion rower and boat builder Harry Clasper, hailed as the first North East sporting superstar, in action.
Mike Clasper CBE, 60, was previously the Group Chief Executive of B plc from 2003 to 2006 and Chairman of Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs from 2008 to 2012.
CHALLENGE: PC Stuart Clasper, PCSO Will Parker and PC Marc Kelly
Clasper said: "Performance in 2010 wasn't good enough.
1994) and photographed by Nick Caloyianis (Pratt & Carrier 1995), showing only the distal end of a clasper inserted into the female.
FLOUR POWER: Hannah Healy mixes it up with Philip Clasper yesterday
London's BAA now effectively under the control of the Spanish construction group Ferrovial, has lost the services of Mike Clasper, who has resigned.
6 million, which chief executive Mike Clasper said was lower than expected due to a strike by British Airways ground staff at London's Heathrow Airport last summer, Reuters reported.
A circular was distributed to shareholders on May 3, in which BAA CEO Mike Clasper commented on BAA's future ambitions and advised: "don't sell your shares.
BAA, headed by chief executive Mike Clasper, handled 14.
Maturity in males was best described by an inflection in the relationship of clasper length to fork length when combined with clasper calcification.
AFTER 65 years together, Connie and Walter Clasper, left, are officially Britain's happiest married couple.