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Ash·man

(ash'măn),
R., 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Ashman phenomenon.
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Crazed Ashman had plunged the knife through Mr Pennington six times, slicing open most of his internal organs.
Ashman, 51, was sent to a secure mental unit after a trial in Bristol.
is working with Ashman Technologies in the use of proven Aerospace and Defense Industry technologies in the development and manufacturing of an advanced electrical generator, alternator and a flywheel electricity storage system with a superconducting bearing system for the renewable energy industry.
Mr Ashman added: "I have enjoyed an excellent partnership with the police and crime commissioner and I will always be grateful to Dame Vera for giving me the opportunity to lead this force and the personal support she has always given to me.
Yesterday Ashman looked surprised when JPs in the city gave him an eight-week jail sentence suspended for six months.
Rachel Brand QC, prosecuting, said Ashman had arrived at the club with a group of friends at around the same time as Mr McCalla.
She was screaming and Miss Ashman rushed into the front room of the premises and there she saw the defendant holding Tallullah, dangling her by the hair of her head.
Sian, 48, was pictured with millionaire motor racing entrepreneur Jonathan Ashman in a Sunday newspaper.
Never was this clearer than in the first half, when two sparkling breaks from Altrincham stand-off Tim Ashman set up unconverted tries, with only a penalty from Chris Johnson for Huddersfield to build on for the second period.
Last month the High Court ruled that Robert Ashman should be detained indefinitely at a secure unit for the murder of Andrew Pennington at the MP's offices in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, in 2000.