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footwear usually with wooden soles

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Patten, of Bridle Road, Eastham, Wirral, admitted assault causing actual bodily harm, but was cleared after a trial of raping and sexually assaulting the girl, 17.
It's an incredible opportunity," said Gary Sumner, managing partner at Patten Companies.
Bridesmaids/flower girls: Maid of honour Lauren Patten, 26, Demi Patten, 14, Megan Patten, 12, Emily Patten, 11, Bethany Ball, 19, and Courtney Ball, 13.
Mr Thompson alleges BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten and trustee Anthony Fry gave "specific untruths and inaccuracies" in their evidence to the public accounts committee on July 10.
It was a really challenging weekend," Van Patten noted in a conversation a few days later at the company's headquarters.
It was in Boston in the late 1960s that Patten, as an isolated young mother, began her charitable work in earnest.
Lord Patten joined BBC bosses including director-general Tony Hall and human resources director Lucy Adams at the committee.
Eve Patten concentrates on Manning's Second World War writing, in particular the figure of the wartime refugee, so that Imperial Refugee is, as the title suggests, much wider in scope than a biography, setting Manning in the literary, political and international contexts her novels deserve and establishing her, in Patten's words, as 'a pre-eminent novelist of British wartime experience.
Appearing before the Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Lord Patten insisted yesterday the settlement was "better than any other course of action" amid fears of an unfair dismissal claim.
BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten is backing the family of Kenilworth journalist Russell Joslin - insisting any inquiry into bullying allegations before his death must be "appropriately independent".
Mesquite resident Darren Patten is the new man in charge at the Reid Gardner Power Station in Moapa.
THE BBC should perform a U-turn on planned cuts to local radio by putting back pounds 10m it had planned to axe, Lord Patten said yesterday.
Patten, 86, of Sterling, went home peacefully to be with her Lord, surrounded by family members, on Friday, July 1, under the care of the loving staff at Oakdale Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in West Boylston.
BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten has signalled pay cuts for senior executives at the corporation.
THE BBC needs to apologise quickly when it makes mistakes, its chairman Lord Patten said yesterday.