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EDDIE AhErn yesterday strenuously denied the race-fixing accusations made against him and vowed to "vigorously defend" himself against the BHA charges.
Last month, the actor issued a statement which said: "I strenuously deny these allegations and will do everything in my power to prove my innocence.
In a statement released on the Blades' website, his legal representatives said: "Ched wishes to place on record that he strenuously denies the charge and will defend it vigorously in order to clear his name.
It is understood that Mr Simpson, who lives in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, and also appeared on the live ITV show last week, has strenuously denied any sexual offence.
Quinn's statement added: "He strenuously denies any wrongdoing and will be doing everything within his power to clear his name.
London, Sep 23 (ANI): Sunderland defender Titus Bramble has strenuously denied any wrongdoing after being arrested on suspicion of rape from a city centre hotel.
Yesterday, her solicitor Chris Pendle said she strenuously denied the charges.
The widow had claimed that she had suffered physical and verbal abuse - allegations her relatives strenuously denied.
The presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton admitted that her husband Bill, the former US president, supports a free trade agreement with Colombia that his wife strenuously opposes.
However, nearly all of the book (except for the last chapter and the chapter on the home economics field), takes great pain to chronicle how strenuously (and sometimes even viciously) pro-business groups such as the NAM and the American Legion fought against the anti-consumerist bent of many educators in the period of 1900-1980.
But then, the network has enjoyed so much success, it didn't need to sell itself to advertisers too strenuously.
Indeed, his work, perhaps inadvertently, conveys more than a hint of the problematics of meaning in contemporary painting: As much as he strives to articulate his place in a figurative tradition that stretches from John Constable to Walter Sickert and Giorgio Morandi, his quasi homage strenuously resists its own time.