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Old·field

(ōld'fēld),
Michael C., 20th-century English physician. See: Oldfield syndrome.
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The reason we delayed the launch is we were going to go with a plastic pod but there was a lot of negative press about one-use plastic products," said Mrs Oldfield.
Oldfield would then put pressure on the insurer to settle, and sometimes logged a complaint with the targeted firm, criticising the HGV driver.
She said she now could not trust anyone because of the way Oldfield took advantage of her.
Prosecuting barrister Matthew Dunford said Mrs Oldfield, 73, met Weaver 15 years ago.
The name Oldfield was carefully chosen to represent the reliability of their products and pay homage to the town of Laurel, where the couple was raised.
Opposite winger Daryl Millard raced 50 metres to the line, before Oldfield completed the whitewash in the final minute with Alex Walmsley and Pelissier in the sin bin.
Oldfield read published reports about SQ109 and realized that the drug would likely be multifunctional because it had chemical features similar to those found in other systems he had investigated.
Still, at least Scotland Yard didn't waste any more money on intelligence, spying on Oldfield to try to find out if he's planning anything today.
The Metropolitan Police Service contacted Oldfield by letter and on Twitter to establish whether he was planning any action this year, saying they were "keen to facilitate any peaceful protest".
Oldfield, 36, mounted his protect against elitism by disrupting the traditional boat race featuring two of the world's most prestigious universities.
Singer, Leeds, West Yorks WHAT a pity Trenton Oldfield didn't get hit on the head by an oar.
Mr Oldfield, of Myrdle Street, was released on bail after being held in custody.