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Ash·man

(ash'măn),
R., 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Ashman phenomenon.
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Mr Ashman joined Northumbria Police in 2009 as an assistant chief constable and became deputy in 2013.
Mr Ashman, an "experienced yachtsman" from Orpington, Kent, was adjusting the sail of his team's boat just after midnight on Saturday when he was knocked unconscious by the sail and possibly the boom, race organisers said.
Most lately, Ashman worked as vice president of supply chain with building products giant Masco Asia in Hong Kong.
Ashman, of Marshfield Court, Tonyrefail, denied 19 sex and violence offences against numerous victims over an 11-year period.
Ashman is currently in Broadmoor Hospital and was remanded back there until sentence.
Ashman, who is at Broadmoor, was remanded back there until sentencing in 12 weeks.
Mr Ashman said at the time "We've been treated appallingly.
Mr Ashman then worked for Cleveland Police before moving to Northumbria.
Mr Ashman is now in police custody here in the West Midlands and he will appear before the court to answer a murder charge in the morning.
We all lived in a shared house together and in our last year of university we set up the company," said managing director Dan Ashman.
The bride, the daughter of motor racing entrepreneur Jonathan Ashman who is married to TV weather presenter Sian Lloyd, wore a sleeveless ivory dress with a lace overlay and a full veil.
Mark Ashman, 51 and from Wolverhampton, pocketed PS21,000 by telling the Department of Work and Pensions he needed round-the-clock care for crippling arthritis.