Armitage


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Ar·mi·tage

(ar'mi-tăj),
Peter, 20th-century British statistician. See: Armitage-Doll model.
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As for Koizumi's achievements, Armitage called them ''pretty magnificent'' and pointed to three areas -- turning around the economy, defying traditional factional politics and making Japan into a global partner by committing the Self-Defense Forces to U.
Armitage also told Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward about Ms.
Armitage, who was well known in the transplant community for his work with organ procurement organization issues, was attacked on May 5 in his law office in downtown Kansas City.
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However, it started to swing in favour of Armitage and Clegg, when Liversidge failed to escape from a snooker on three occasions.
Mr Armitage, of Barnsley, South Yorks, suffered serious head injuries.
Scowcroft and Armitage will meet with Turkish President Abdullah Gul, State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul, and Energy Minister Taner Yildiz.
That would rule Armitage out of England's three November Tests - against Australia, Argentina and New Zealand - and potentially London Irish's first four Heineken Cup fixtures.
Armitage grabbed two tries and Bath's Matt Banahan also got on the scoresheet on his debut.
Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage expressed doubt Tuesday about the benefits of referring North Korea to the U.
Thomas Whaley (19) of Oldham denied the murder of 29-year-old Pc Alison Armitage but pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of manslaughter.
Richard Buchli has been charged with beating his law partner Richard Armitage to death.