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As a mentor, you have to come at it with an open mind and not assume that you have all the answers or you'll come across as arrogant, condescending and irritating," said Paxon, who made the decision to be a mentor as a nod to the mentors who made a difference in her life.
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Internationally-recognised jeweller Adam Paxon has hand-made a striking acrylic pin inspired by the world-class glass collection at Broadfield House Glass Museum.
The Ship drew 2-2 with Hazlerigg Victory, while the Wheatsheaf defeated Mauretania 5-0 with Peter Paxon notching twice, as did Michael Whittaker for Independent Reserves in their 4-0 victory over Robin Hood.
Sarah Buckingham, defending, said Paxon had acted totally out of character and it was the alcohol he had consumed that was behind the offence.
00), presenting a new collection of urban fantasy stories by such notables as Diana Paxon, Eric Flint, and even two new ones by Lackey herself, and one by Rosemary Edghill.
At the same time, Gingrich deputies Dick Armey, Tom DeLay, and Bill Paxon were talking privately of a revolt of their own.
Spokesman Jim Paxon said: "We're on the scoreboard.