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According to Clinton Fire Chief John McLaughlin, the 9:10 p.
He is replaced by John McLaughlin, 54, who moves from HMP Altcourse, a category B jail, in Liverpool, where he has been in charge for the past nine years.
Last month we told how John McLaughlin died while he was a patient on the Eighton Ward of the Tranwell Unit in Gateshead's Queen Elizabeth Hospital in 2008.
020 7245 1100 Notes to editors: John McLaughlin was appointed as Chief Executive of X-Phonics in August 2006.
Ever reliable and precise, it was Bonk who, along with Deputy Director John McLaughlin, camped at Bush's ranch in September 2000--two months before the election--to carefully tell the Republican nominee state secrets.
When Scots hitmaker John McLaughlin and the Razz appealed for Scots songwriting and performing talent last year, we couldn't have dreamed what an impressive response we'd get.
Striker John McLaughlin got the opener, rifling home from 20 yards for his fifth goal in five games for the North West lads.
Hammersley refers to the part of his corpus presented here as "organic abstract paintings" in part to mark their difference from his hard-edge abstractions, which negotiate a cheerful territory somewhere between Ellsworth Kelly and John McLaughlin.