Armitage


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Ar·mi·tage

(ar'mi-tăj),
Peter, 20th-century British statistician. See: Armitage-Doll model.
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The 27-year-old, who is the younger brother of former England internationals Delon and Steffon Armitage, played last term at Ealing Trailfinders as the ambitious London club finished runners up in the IPA Greene King Championship.
"We want to work with Kirklees Council to come up with a plan to make Armitage Bridge safe again."
The original is a masterpiece, and Armitage certainly does it justice, but Pearl is not a difficult poem.
Besides being a poet, Armitage is also a novelist and playwright.
An EPCR statement read: "Delon Armitage, the RC Toulon player, has been suspended for 12 weeks as a result of a misconduct complaint lodged against him by EPCR."
Armitage, who together with former Assistant Secretary of Defense Joseph Nye released the third Armitage-Nye report on the U.S.-Japan alliance last August, expressed frustration over the dominance of the relocation of Futenma to Henoko in the bilateral relationship.
About the creative process, she says that for Armitage, "the first place is always very abstract.
Armitage, who has a poor disciplinary record, pleaded not guilty to the offence, but his suspension means he cannot play again until March 18, which is three weeks before Toulon's Heineken Cup quarter-final against Leicester.
Armitage would not be available, for example, to play for England against New Zealand on December 1 without special dispensation from Toulon.
Armitage worked for 10 years as a inspector for the Quirk Wire Company in West Brookfield before retiring in 1988.
Armitage was also found guilty of striking lock Dave Attwood with a knee during the same fixture, that offence carrying a three-week penalty which will be served concurrently with the longer punishment.