Sansom

San·som

(san'sŏm),
Arthur E., English physician, 1839-1907. See: Sansom sign.
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Laurie Sansom's production made an ill-considered transfer into London in November after forming part of a Priestley season nearer to the writer's roots in the West Yorkshire city of Leeds.
South African Trevor Sansom, 32, was jailed for three and a half years last week after he was caught with cannabis worth pounds 135,000 at Glasgow airport.
His price-tag had reached 121,000gns by the time trainer Jacqui Doyle, representing a syndicate within her Lambourn yard including owner Tom Ford, finally forced the other partner, Bob Sansom, to shake his head.
Healthy Rivers Project executive, Ian Sansom, says the study's extension into the schoolyard is an excellent example of how government agencies can develop community collaboration and education programs for budding scientists.
But we don't have enough evidence to say that they were sharks with jaws," says Sansom.
Sansom worked in banking and advertising until World War II.
MY daughter bought me a copy of Dissolution by C J Sansom for my birthday last month.
Jordan William Sansom, of Sycamore Drive in Chester, admitted two abduction charges on March 21 and March 26, in that he kept her out of the control of her mother.
A second officer, Stephanie Sansom, saw Larson being choked from behind by Brickey and rushed to her colleague's aid, Perlow said.
TROUBLED footie legend Kenny Sansom has been given the boot by his fiancee three months after proposing to her.
IAN SANSOM - A READING Date: Thursday 28th April 2016 Time: 8.00pm Gallery Two, ISLAND Arts Centre Ian Sansom is an acclaimed novelist, journalist and broadcaster who has won many fans and admirers for his very popular 'Mobile Library Mysteries', a series of whodunit novels set in Northern Ireland.
He reserved held special praise for the team's oldest member Gary Sansom, who he felt 'led by example' and fought his heart out.