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Lit·tle

(lit'ĕl),
William J., English surgeon, 1810-1894. See: Little disease.
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Carol Littler, Susan Baker, Diane Baker and Keiran Casey
This week it was announced that their appeal had been refused, which prompted a joint statement from Littler Investments and the council suggesting the airfield's future could soon be resolved.
The new deal for Littler is the latest in a series of moves to build for the future, with Swinton chairman Andy Mazey working tirelessly alongside his coach to agree new deals with star players such as Matty Ashton, Mike Butt and Luke Waterworth.
Raoul Parekh, partner at GQ Littler, said: "Many businesses facing an employment claim feel like they are operating under a cloud until that claim is dealt with.
But she came home around midnight, and Littler came downstairs and "flew off the handle".
Miss Littler said: "We were delighted to take part in the National Championships, the top teams in the country were present and the finals were all about narrow margins in close games.
Littler Investments has previously wanted to see the site developed for housing while the council has pledged to protect the businesses there, which employ 200 people, and to retain Wellesbourne as an airfield.
Otters (from left) Stella Wood, Naomi Littler, Amy Wakefield, Jacob Crossland and Imaan Rehman
"We are excited to have helped guide Littler through the lease renewal process at 900 Third Avenue.
"The franchise model creates unique challenges from an employment law perspective as franchisees often have limited resources to devote to managing compliance with constantly evolving labor and employment laws," said Angelo Spinola, shareholder in Littler's Atlanta office.
Littler, 25, was arrested the next day and the cash which he had hidden for his drug dealer will now be used in the fight against the trade.
Littler's international operations span three continents North America, South America and Europe and include Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, France, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico and Venezuela.