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English prelate and statesman

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The van crashed into the house on the corner of Wykeham Road and Fountains Way in Kirkdale
FLO-MO is the latest proprietary offering from Andrews & Wykeham that integrates dual-parallax imagery using ultra-high resolution optical nanostructures (20 nanometres resolution) into all-PC hot-stampable inlays and which can be incorporated into both ID cards and passport datapages.
Often referred to as the Welsh Wykeham, he has strong claims to be the outstanding builder among medieval Welsh bishops.
Wykeham McNeill, said that a special committee would be mandated to look into the issue.
The Wykeham Arms is a popular pub with rooms that is close enough to hear the cathedral bells from your bed.
The website said Britain's ambassador to Portugal, Alexander Wykeham Ellis, made the claim to his US counterpart on September 21, 2007 - two weeks af ter Portuguese police named Gerry and Kate McCann as suspects in the case.
I decided upon the Wykeham Arms, a quaint little pub tucked away down a side street behind the college.
Its bishops were men of enormous wealth and power, such as William of Wykeham, twice Chancellor of England, Founder of Winchester College and New College Oxford.
Winchester College was founded by Bishop William of Wykeham nearly one hundred years before the production of the manuscript.
He led the seniors round the course at Wykeham Lake and finished his distance of 1,250 metres to win the junior title by over five seconds.
ILPH spokesperson Lucy Wykeham said: "Our dilemma was that we had no way of safeguarding their future because, as a registered charity, we are banned by constitution from actually buying horses.
Treloar, Introduction to Polymer Science, Wykeham Publications, London, 1970.
Overall, scholars will be grateful for this re-examination of a remarkable late-medieval bishop who gave his time, money, and energy to the promotion of Latin grammar, the basis of education for centuries to come, and who proved a worthy successor to William of Wykeham.
Merseyside Police were sent to the scene on Wykeham Street in the early hours of yesterday.