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Ha·worth

(hā'wŏrth),
Sir Walter Norman, British chemist and Nobel laureate, 1883-1950. See: Haworth conformational formulas of cyclic sugars, Haworth perspective formulas of cyclic sugars.
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Simon Haworth in action against Bolton Wanderers in January 2004
Ms Haworth said she had donated her councillor's allowance for the time affected to a local good cause which assists young people who are the first in their family to go into higher education.
In 1991, two years after Judge Haworth came to the bench, he was called to active duty in Kuwait as part of Operation Desert Storm.
The AM, who was on a prebooked holiday in Scilly when called Haworth upon to take up the seat, con-firmed she was closing the Llandudno guest house she runs with her partner Dennis.
Haworth offers general decluttering and organizing services, assistance with storage solution selection and advice on time management and maintaining organization.
Haworth 'Best In Class' designations have been given each year since 2011 to dealers based on performance in market development, sales and customer satisfaction, operational excellence, and enterprise development.
Rob Lazarus of NS stated to the media, "The cooperation with Haworth and our relationship with our dealers and agents will enable us to continue on our successful growth path.
The award recognizes a long and successful relationship between AkzoNobel and Haworth, dating back to 2000 when Haworth approached AkzoNobel to develop a coating product to improve the application transfer efficiency of their production lines.
Soon afterwards the medic threw an oxygen mask at Mr Haworth, said, "Here, put this on," and left him.
You are a burglar - that's what you do when your problems get on top of you," Judge Michael Dudley told Haworth as he sentenced him to three and a half years behind bars.
Officers were on the scene within minutes and, after seening Haworth climb over a fence and go towards woodland, they found him hiding behind a bush.
PHIL HAWORTH could have had a career in law accounting after studying the subject at Newcastle University, but after his passion for racing proved impossible to shake off, he instead embarked on a career in bloodstock that has allowed him to work with some of the finest establishments worldwide.