HOLME


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HOLMEHandshape, Orientation, Location, Movement, and Expression (sign language)
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Last month, the Ministry of Justice announced that Holme House was part of a PS9m project to stamp out drugs inside.
Holme, of Wardgate Avenue, West Derby, had been to a boxing event and was on the way home in his girlfriend's Corsa.
Catherine Butters, a friend from Liverpool, said Mr Holme was a "very safe" and "very careful" climber and that Mr Hutton-Potts was "extremely competent".
Lord Richard Holme - who leaves his wife Lady Holme, two sons, two daughters and numerous grandchildren - was chairman of the 1997 Lib Dem election campaign.
We haven't had all the donations in yet, but we think we've raised about pounds 3,000 and are hoping that Holme Towers can put it to good use.
Nine partners from the original CPA firm jointly own 25% of Keiter, Slabaugh, Penny & Holme. Three partners in the HR company (two of them CPAs) also work in the spun-off business and own 75% of it.
Holme Lacy House is set in glorious surroundings in the Wye Valley, with extensive grounds, including a lake, topiary gardens and woodland.
After moving to London in 1879, Holme became great friends with Arthur Lasenby Liberty and set up in business with Christopher Dresser, with whom he traded in Japanese and Indian goods as 'Dresser & Holme' on Farringdon Road and undertook a commission to decorate a room in India.
River Holme Connections says the potentially damaging species has taken root in several places along the River Holme and without treatment it will spread.
HMP Prison Holme House, on Holme House Road, Stockton, has been contacted for comment.
Holme, 18, of Whitelands Meadow, Upton, pleaded guilty to assaulting David Hughes causing actual bodily harm.
Holme Tower offers home and inpatient care for cancer sufferers and their families free of charge.