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John Edward Chappell, 56, of Chapel Street, Middlesbrough, fined PS660, licence endorsed with six penalty points, ordered to pay PS85 costs and PS66 in charges for driving without appropriate insurance.
The board has endorsed her candidacy, as it has of president Grant Brookes, who is standing for Capital & Coast DHB.
Beach soccer ball endorsed by fifa,beach volleyball ball endorsed by the fivb: with measures 65-67 inches in circumference; weight: 260-280 grams; waterproof, made of polyester and cotton.
Featuring nine categories, the ABA Endorsed Solutions help banks make money, save money, diversify income and improve efficiency.
Yesterday, Thai Election Commission has also endorsed her and an additional 11 MPs-elect, including the outgoing Prime Minister and the Democrat leader Abhisit Vejjajiva.
Over the preparations of the IHEC if the elections law will not be endorsed, Ubodi said "We do not have any plan but we will not be able to conduct the elections if the law will not be endorsed on Thursday's session.
Zbig" (May 5), I said that Zbigniew Brzezinski had endorsed John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt's book, The Israel Lobby, published in 2007.
They're dubious about whether the reporter who covers Hillary Clinton can be objective if his newspaper has endorsed Barack Obama -- and vice versa.
Students favored lectures for efficiency and directing learning, while PBL was endorsed for breadth of learning and enhancing interpersonal skills.
one of the most left-leaning House members; the concept has been endorsed by Republican presidential aspirant Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.
BAA's board endorsed Ferrovial's final bid of [pounds sterling]10.
The New York City District Council of Carpenters, representing more than 10 local unions, has endorsed Attorney General Eliot Spitzer's candidacy for Governor of New York State.