Blakemore

Blake·more

(blāk'mōr),
Arthur H., U.S. surgeon, 1897-1970. See: Sengstaken-Blakemore tube.
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On an evening in the latter part of May a middle-aged man was walking homeward from Shaston to the village of Marlott, in the adjoining Vale of Blakemore or Blackmoor.
Scholars boss Charlie Blakemore describes the FA Trophy last-16 clash at Eastleigh as "one of the biggest games in our history.
Charlie Blakemore brings his Chasetown team to face the Bluebirds tonight, admitting: "I'll be a Bluebirds' fan forever.
Northumberland coroner Eric Armstrong said it must have been "incredibly distressing" for those who had to stand by and watch as Dorothy Blakemore, 61, was killed by the train 200 yards from Hexham station in Northumberland on July 19.
Teesside Crown Court heard that Lisa Blakemore is teetotal and prefers nights in with a joint at her Stockton home.
Wolverhampton-based food wholesalers A F Blakemore and Sons does things "The Blakemore Way".
CHARLIE Blakemore has warned his Chasetown players that only the best will be good enough to continue their record-breaking FA Trophy run tomorrow.
CHARLIE Blakemore will be at Wembley on Saturday - and he'll be 'unashamedly yelling his head off in support of the Bluebirds', writes Terry Phillips.
A woman who died when she was hit by a train yards from where commuters waited on a platform has been named as Dorothy Blakemore.