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Platt

(plat),
Harry, early 20th-century British surgeon. See: Putti-Platt operation, Putti-Platt procedure.
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At Dublin's High Court, they applied to have the legal action dismissed after producing video which they alleged showed Mr Platt drove, shopped, and went out of the house daily - even to purchase marijuana.
Mr Platt, who ran family business Frank Platt Electrical Ltd in Holm-firth until it closed two years ago, was found dead in the summer house at his converted barn in Hepworth on May 12 this year.
IT is 25 years today since former Villa favourite David Platt scored THAT goal against Belgium at the Italia 90 World Cup.
More than four years after the National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded Platt a $1.
Platt, 48, was travelling from his Manchester home to Scotland when he was clocked by police at 77mph on the M74.
In conjunction with this announcement, Tempur Sealy and Leggett & Platt (NYSE: LEG), the leading global producer of bedding components, jointly announced that Leggett & Platt has acquired Tempur Sealy's three U.
Five minutes later Cov were sliced apart with Will Browne adding a second try, also converted by Platt.
Earlier this month Mancini walked into one of his press conferences wearing a Platt mask, a jovial reference to his recent habit of asking his number two to speak on his behalf.
Platt, 46, died of blunt force trauma after Aaron Earl Curry struck him in the head with a piece of firewood.
Platt, 59, stole pounds 145,000 from two war heroes, denying their final wishes that the money should go to Combat Stress, the charity that had cared for them.
The appointment of Platt to Roberto Mancini's backroom staff has been greeted with fury by the club's supporters.
Platt matched his wife's winning score from last month to make it back-to-back wins for the Platt household.