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Charn·ley

(charn'lē),
John, English orthopedic surgeon, 1911-1982. See: Charnley hip arthroplasty.
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The board comprised of four members: Charnley, McClaren, chief scout Graham Carr, and Moncur.
Charnley, who spoke to Beardsley on Monday before placing him on gardening leave the following day, has spent the week speaking to assorted witnesses after El-Mhanni's claims were supported by written submissions from five team-mates.
Charnley, mandated by owner Ashley to mastermind the transfer business, has been the focal point for Benitez's anger.
Slick handling and centre Oliver Gildart's superb final assist saw Charnley cross for his sixth try in four games.
Charnley also saved a try with a desperate tackle on Chris Dean, who seemed certain to score as Widnes attempted to hit back.
handpicked Charnley was hired by director " Madden, from Elderslie, Renfrewshire, stars alongside Idris Elba, who plays a CIA agent, in the film.
Charnley is following in the footsteps of Jason Robinson who earned 51 caps for England and five for the British Lions after switching from Wigan to Sale in 2000.
The demand for high-speed, reliable broadband internet is growing within all market segments," Charnley says.
And Charnley knows just how much it will have hurt McDowall to call time on his stint at Ibrox.
Charnley takes the role vacated last summer by Derek Llambias, who resigned following the appointment of Joe Kinnear as director of football.
I'm a dad myself and I know how important it is for parents to be able to take their kids somewhere where they can have fun inside in a nice, clean environment," Mr Charnley said.