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British physicist who (with Ernest Walton in 1931) first split an atom (1897-1967)

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It was 57 years ago that Kathleen Cockcroft was told her husband Private Roy Gibson had tragically died.
Apart from Ashley Giles and Alex Loudon, there can't be a better spinner in the county than Stephen," Cockcroft said.
Dr Cockcroft said payment would relate to a "course" of treatment and patients returning within two or three months needing more treatment would not be required to pay extra.
Mr P O'Toole - Miss K Weldrake Mr J Cockcroft - Miss L Gray Mr P R Smith - Miss Z L Hughes
Mr Cockcroft predicts that with the car industry becoming more and more global, groups will look abroad for components, particularly into the emerging markets such as South Africa.
Dave Cockcroft, of the Stroud Football Poets, said: "He is very interested in football and often watches matches.
Working closely with Mirfield Neighbourhood Policing (NPT) team and Pc David Cockcroft over the summer, the 11 to 18-year-olds took part in a number of crime prevention initiatives around Thornhill Lees, Dewsbury.
Dr Barry Cockcroft, Department of Health Chief Dental Officer for England
However, acting dental chief officer Dr Barry Cockcroft said it was "utterly unlikely" that the contracts in dispute would end up being rejected.
Professor John Cockcroft of the institute said: ``Many elderly people may be unaware that their blood pressure is raised and the first time they realise may be when they have a heart attack or a stroke.
Harborne's leg-spinner, Jon Cockcroft, took two for ten.
The bride is the daughter of Nigel and Pamela Cockcroft, of Kirkheaton, and the bridegroom is the son of Veronica Walker, of Taylor Hill, and Malcolm Walker, of Meltham.
But chief dental officer Dr Barry Cockcroft pointed out there were now 655 more NHS dentists after one in 10 refused to sign in 2006.
The UK now ranked 13th - and its fall in the index was blamed on its failure to introduce legislation to tackle the bribery of foreign officials and concerns over money laundering in banks, said Laurence Cockcroft, chairman of TI UK.
RUNNING ON: Mike Tomlinson, the husband of the late charity fundraiser Jane Tomlinson, inset, and double gold Paralympian Hannah Cockcroft are chased by two Vikings during the launch of the first Yorkshire Marathon outside York Castle Museum