Haygarth

Hay·garth

(hā'garth),
John, English physician, 1740-1827. See: Haygarth nodes.
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Edmund Haygarth, prosecuting, said Gerrard offered PS300 for a puppy, which was priced at PS550.
Colin Tait made 46 and Roy Haygarth weighed in with 34.
Committee members: Sarah Arrowsmith, Janet Dyson, Angela Haygarth, Su Jenkinson, Lynda Parker and Frances Shaw The club wishes Anne a very successful year in her new post as lady captain.
Edmund Haygarth, prosecuting, said that during the early hours of July 20 last year a Vauxhall Tigra, stolen during a burglary of a house in Wrexham earlier that night, crashed off Clayton New Road near the entrance to Alyn Waters Country Park on the outskirts of Wrexham.
RAPP, a multichannel marketing agency and part of The DAS Group of Companies (DAS), a division of Omnicom Group (NYSE: OMC), today announced its acquisition of Haygarth, a United Kingdom-based brand and retail agency.
Adel Abidin, Frank Gehry, Richard Armstrong, Jean Nouvel, Subodh Gupta, Bharti Kher, Stuart Haygarth, Abdulnasser Gharem, Ghada Amer, Mohammed Kazem and Marina Abramovic (her debut in the Middle East), are just some of the names in town that week, reflecting the international calibre of Abu Dhabi Art and the capital as a cross-roads for the arts scene," said Rita Aoun-Abdo, executive director, Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority, the event organisers.
Farmer Lawrence Haygarth, 69, had both of his arms torn from their sockets and his ribs were "snapped like carrots" as the Belgian Blue repeatedly rammed into his body, causing horrific internal injuries.
After the appeal was turned down, Edward's devastated sister Lynne Haygarth told Wales on Sunday: "He had no right to go the European Court.
Dixon, 24, is the son of Paul Dixon, the Horsemen's Group chairman and is well acquainted with his Haygarth House training operation in Retford, Nottinghamshire, having worked there under Jeremy Glover and more recently David Nicholls, who used the base as a satellite yard.
Alfie Green rushed to help Lawrence Haygarth when the two-tonne Belgian blue charged the 69-year-old farmer, pinning him against a wall as he tried to move a herd of cows.
PC Peter Haygarth, the officer responsible for training Durham police marksmen, told the hearing yesterday that firearms were only used "as a very last resort".
Murder victim Edward Carthy's stepmother, Beatrice, and sister, Lynne Haygarth, said they were sickened by the killer's bid to use European legislation to overturn his "whole life" jail term.