Armitage


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Ar·mi·tage

(ar'mi-tăj),
Peter, 20th-century British statistician. See: Armitage-Doll model.
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Simon Armitage has now tackled two of these works: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and now Pearl.
Peaker was first in with a run of 17 but failed to make the most of his chance and Armitage stepped in to take advantage with an excellent break of 99 - missing the simplest of canons which would have seen a century break early in the match.
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.
Armitage watches from a folding chair with four company dancers sitting alongside her.
Armitage was yellow-carded by referee Alain Rolland following the first-half incident that involved Montpellier full-back Pierre Berard, but a complaint was then made against Armitage by citing commissioner Shaun Gallagher.
Armitage would not be available, for example, to play for England against New Zealand on December 1 without special dispensation from Toulon.
Armitage will be available to play again on December 9.
Now at the helm for her second year, Armitage has changed the focus from Ingram's original vision.
DELON Armitage will complete a rocky journey from the dog-house to the 'greenhouse' when he starts for England in tomorrow's Rugby World Cup opener against Argentina.