Cartwright


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English clergyman who invented the power loom (1743-1823)

a workman who makes and repairs carts and wagons

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The homeowner chased Cartwright, who scrambled over a fence to escape.
Cartwright repeatedly sent text messages to Mr Riley demanding payments.
Rachel Knight, prosecuting at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court, said Cartwright sent a message to Mr Riley, saying he would ask for his money from someone else and days later returned again to the business premises armed with a hammer.
Prosecutor Jenny Haigh told Teesside Crown Court that Cartwright, an IT installer, left the house in Braemar Road, Billingham, and flagged down the police as they arrived.
Robert Campbell, prosecuting, said for two years Cartwright claimed employment support allowance.
Cartwright will retire from the company's Board of Directors, effective May 20, 2014, following 22 years of service.
James Hoss Cartwright, who was Joint Chiefs vice chairman, allegedly leaked information about a U.
Regional law firm Freeth Cartwright, which has an office in Birmingham, is to join forces with an Oxford-based rival.
Rather than move away from the Dallas-area setting's origins as a luxury spa dating to the 1960s, founder Michael Cartwright and his staff have embraced the site's history.
The event will mark the 50th anniversary of the Coventry West Indian Wanderers team as well as raising money for the Tom Cartwright Memorial Fund.
Raymond Cartwright murdered Alyson Bow, 45, following a row over a smashed window.
LONDON and NEW YORK, March 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Ketchum, one of the world's leading public relations agencies, has named Rod Cartwright as director of its Global Corporate Practice.
Fine art students Nora Battenberg-Cartwright, 21, and Paul Cartwright, 20, say their marriage is "more honest" than a traditional one because they can tell each other when they see other people.
Caroline Cartwright, 49, who was in court again for breaching an anti-social behaviour order (Asbo), had been banned from "shouting, screaming or vocalisation" during romps with her husband Steve, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.