[Sunderland Echo] - Fortunes ebbed and flowed, with Snaith restoring the two-goal lead before Marron failed with a Birtley penalty. John Martin made it 3-2 six minutes from time, but Whickham withstood strong pressure to seal the win. In Division One, West Auckland are
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[NW Evening Mail] - John Martin, HiDef's managing director, said: “We couldn't be more delighted with the development and testing phase of our next generation digital video cameras. We have improved the image resolution and colour rendition of the sensors. Our system
[This is Surreytoday] - Preparatory work will include clearing vegetation from the verges, drainage works and installing temporary closed- circuit TV cameras. John Martin, project manager for the Highways Agency, said the work will ease congestion for the 146,000 road users
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - John Martin, Oakleaf's boss, said the company would now press ahead with a separate plan to convert Cotswold House, in Cotswold Avenue, Duston. “Some people with a brain injury you manage to turn around reasonably quickly and others take a lot longer
[Times Higher Education] - John Martin, a professor at University College London and Yale University, spoke in favour of the motion. But he said the UK had "failed in its potential to produce wealth from science over the last 20 years". This was because universities were "driven
Then, my lords, permit me to say, that admitting the narrow and confined constitutional doctrines, which I have heard preached in this court, to be right, I am not guilty of the charge according to this Act! In the article of mine, on which the jury framed their verdict, which was written in prison, and published in the last number of my paper, what I desired to do was this, to advise and encourage my countrymen to keep their arms; because that is their inalienable right, which no Act of Parliament, no proclamation can take away from them. It is, I repeat, their inalienable right. I advised them to keep their arms; and further, I advised them to use their arms in their own defence against all assailants - even assailants that might come to attack them unconstitutionally and improperly, using the Queen's name as their sanction.
[Journal Live] - Snaith restored Whickham's two-goal cushion and after Marron had missed a penalty, John Martin threw Birtley a lifeline but the home side held on. Alnwick Town scored their first goal and claimed an initial win when they defeated Thornaby 4-1 with
[Lynn News] - When I returned to read accounts of that meeting in the Lynn News, I was grateful – for the sake of my health – that I did miss it. Had I been in the public gallery, I should undoubtedly have burst a blood vessel, if the security heavies hadn't already