Charnley


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Charn·ley

(charn'lē),
John, English orthopedic surgeon, 1911-1982. See: Charnley hip arthroplasty.
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It is Charnley who will make the final decision on the deal, however.
ag se tu t ESinfield's delayed pass put Gareth Ellis over, before the backrower turned provider, sending CHARNLEY in for his second.
It is believed Mr Charnley requested the meeting and the two organisations are hoping to build on the success of events such as the Magic Weekend which saw top sides take part in a Rugby League weekend extravaganza at St James' Park.
Wigan took the lead inside the first 90 seconds with a try from nothing when the ball was spread wide from Sean O'Loughlin and Joel Tomkins to John Bateman who fed Charnley on the wing.
Charnley denied a charge of indecently assaulting the girl in 2013, which the prosecution alleged occurred after a period of grooming.
Charnley wants a head coach who will be happy to have only a marginal input into the buying and selling of players.
Former Partick Thistle star Charnley has remained friends with the outgoing Ibrox caretaker boss, right, since their playing days at Firhill and St Mirren.
Charnley also reiterated that Toon owner Mike Ashley (below) is not ready to sell up.
Charnley had been the football secretary at Newcastle, having been appointed as a director in 2008.
Imported from Portugal, the play centre was the brainchild of Mr Charnley, who introduced the garden centre 15 years ago with his father Llewellyn.
Two tries by Josh Charnley and one from Joe Burgess closed the gap to 24-14 with 20 minutes remaining.
Now the Federation's national manager John Fitzpatrick has handed its top award to the council's trading standards manager Bob Charnley and officer Toan Nguyen.