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Darts Incredible Championship 1988 Final B Anderson vs J Lowe

Darts BDO The public Championship 1988 Final - B Anderson v Lowe.

LADIES' DARTS: Leaders Tramways 'A' capitalise on possession rivals Fulfordgate loss - The Press, York

YORK John Smith’s Ladies Darts Unite division one front-runners Tramways ‘A’ won 7-4 at Edinburgh following a spirited fightback. The teams were level pegging at 3-3 after the singles, with Emma Frankland, Chris Lamb, Amanda Bevan pleasant for the home team and Tina Platt, Bev Harton and Jayne Janes replying. Frankland and Bevan edged ‘Burgh in the lead in the pairs, before Platt and captain Tracey Farmeary levelled and Harton and Janes snatched victory. Second-placed Fulfordgate past 7-4 at close rivals Burnholme, whose Sharon Neads got the ball rolling. Despite replies from Dawn Exton and Michelle Britton’s two tons, ‘Holme pulled away with Caroline Whittaker, Sarah Jackson hitting a 138 and Jane Dobson. ‘Exit pairs Lynn Thompson-Britton and Exton-Muriel Britton set up a deciding leg, which was claimed by Whittaker and Lynne Willstrop. Severus ‘B’ devastated 7-4 at home to Priory. The teams were on equal terms going into the pairs, before Ann Anderson and Ellen Platt edged Priory in face and colleagues Di Moreland and Babs Harrison sealed victory. Severus ‘A’ were 7-4 winners at Marcia, whose Joan Tracker, Barbara Russell, Faye Hawksby all scored before Jackie Simpson, Carol Robson and Sue Richardson levelled. Simpson and Sheila Elliott put the visitors in fa, only to be held back by Russell and Hunter, but Robson and Davina Shannon snatched the win. Division two leaders Golden Slipper were beaten 7-4 at almshouse by Leeman ‘B’, whose Louise Warren, Julie Oliver and Sal Richardson got them off to a good start, before Ann Parkyn and Doreen Johnstone closed the deficiency. Maggie Bedingham then restored the visitors' lead, and Brenda Dawe and Warren sealed the game before Slipper won the other legs as a consolation. Subordinate-placed Puss also suffered defeat, going down 8-3 at Leeman ‘A’. The hosts raced into a 4-0 lead totally Dawn Clarke, Margaret Yeomans and Debbie and Charlotte Witts. Gemma Fletcher and Jackie Young gave Slipper Dialect expect, but Witts and Janet Nelson claimed the win. Tramways ‘B’ claimed a big 9-2 win at home to Clifton Hotel, whose pairs Alice and Linda Turgoose and Sarah Evans and Elma Ongoing were the only winners. The teams were tied 3 – 3 entering the pairs, before Ellie Rankeillor and Lisa Benton edged ‘House in face, only for Burton pairs Marianne Deamer-Linda Embleton and colleagues Susan Barker-Sandra Pallister to secure go with points. Published by Newsquest Yorkshire & North-East, a division of Newsquest Media Group Limited, with trading direct at 84-86 Walmgate, York. Source: www.yorkpress.co.uk

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    12/04/17 ,via The Press, York

    Teeth of replies from Dawn Exton and Michelle Britton's two tons, 'Holme pulled away with Caroline Whittaker, Sarah Jackson hitting a 138 and Jane Dobson. 'Barrier pairs Lynn Thompson-Britton and Exton-Muriel Britton set up a deciding leg, which was

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    11/29/17 ,via Daily Star

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Gary Anderson (darts better) - Wikipedia

Gary Anderson (born 22 December 1970) is a Scottish expert darts player from Musselburgh, currently playing in the Professional Darts Corporation, and a former ...

Tips from the Pros - Bob Anderson - YouTube

Perspicacious advice for darts players of all standards, from former World Champion and Team Unicorn legend Bob Anderson

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ME - MU - True Bristol Street Directory 1871
ME - MU - True Bristol Street Directory 1871
Mathews' Bristol Avenue Directory 1871 Mead Street, Bath Road to St Luke’s Road, Bedminster George Adams, butcher, Weare mead James Thomson, grocer, etc William H. Lonsdale, toy stock-in-trade William Gill, grocer and tea dealer James Cobley, tailor and draper John Courtlce, coach spring maker Charles Hemmings, grocer, etc William Harris, approximate dealer Harriett Beer, dress maker St. Luke's School Maurice Britton, grocer James A. Head, boot maker James Butler, vict, Exeter Inn (pub) 1871 - 74. James Butler / 1876 - 78. Ellen Podbury / 1879 to 1891. George Pollard / 1892. Alice Shipp / 1896. Julia Bird 1899 - 1904. Julia Pope / 1906. Rose Fudge / 1909. John Chorley. Edward Poole, vict, Princess August (pub) 1872 - 75. James Hucker / 1876 - 78. Edward Poole / 1882. C. W. White / 1883 - 89. John Shipway / 1891. Explicit Barnes 1892. William Jefferies / 1899. Henry Davis. Meadow Street, Clark Street to East Road William Moreton, coach builder, etc Thomas Organ, boot maker ?. Clark...
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Towers of acme-rise buildings with footprints east of North Michigan Avenue
Towers of acme-rise buildings with footprints east of North Michigan Avenue
The Deity: C.F. Murphy Associates (Chicago, Ill.); Loebl, Schlossman, Dart and Hackl; Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Graham, Anderson, Probst, Snowy; Hirschfield, Pawlan & Reinheimer Description: View of upper part of Water Tower Place and the John Hancock Center, with American Dental Bonding Building (211 East Chicago Avenue), and Carriage House apartments (also Galter Carriage House, formerly at 215 East Chicago Avenue, demolished 2006) in foreground . Photograph acclaim: Brubaker, C. William, 1976 Date: 1961 (Carriage House); 1966 (American Dental Association Building); 1976 (A-one Tower Place) Geographic coverage: Near North Side (Chicago, Ill.); Streeterville (Chicago, Ill.) Collection: C. William Brubaker Whip-round (University of Illinois at Chicago) Repository: University of Illinois at Chicago. Library. Special Collections Department Rights: This archetype may be used freely, with attribution, for research, study and educational purposes. For permission to...
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Chicago Tribune parking lot and Near North Side buildings
Chicago Tribune parking lot and Near North Side buildings
God: Hirschfield, Pawlan & Reinheimer; Graham, Anderson, Probst, White; Arpen Group; C.F. Murphy Associates (Chicago, Ill.); Loebl, Schlossman, Dart and Hackl Portrayal: View north from the south end of North Saint Clair Street, with Chicago Tribune truck parking lot in the foreground. The train facades of 201-207 East Grand Street are directly behind the parking lots, and a glimpse of North St. Clair Drive is visible on the extreme left. The Underwriters Laboratories building (now demolished) is in the right middle ground, and the high-rises at 230 and 233 East Ontario Circle rise behind it. Water Tower Place is in the upper left. The American Dental Association Building (211 East Chicago Avenue), and Car House apartments (formerly 215 East Chicago Avenue, demolished 2006) are in front of it. Brubaker's caption on the aboriginal slide reads: "St. Clair from Hubbard, view from Equitable Plaza." Photograph credit: Brubaker, C. William, 1976 Swain: 1903...
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