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English editor who in 1818 published an expurgated edition of the works of Shakespeare (1754-1825)

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To meet the criteria for the Cyber Essentials scheme, FBC Manby Bowdler had to demonstrate it had measures in place to protect its systems from issues such as hacking, phishing and password guessing.
Louise Howard, associate solicitor and military specialist at Lanyon Bowdler, said: "We are delighted to have won top prize in this competition and are really excited about our trip to look around the RAF base at Shawbury.
"Lanyon Bowdler has had a presence in Conwy since March 2018, and we have been receiving a growing number of instructions from people who previously felt they had to travel to firms over the border to obtain the services we provide.
At FBC Manby Bowdler LLP, Gareth Ruddock acts for a range of SMEs (including construction and software companies), as well as insolvency practitioners, which the firm advises on collecting book debts.
Lee Bonner, prosecuting, said Bowdler, 41, of Samuel Street, Warrington, discussed "every Muslim in Britain getting waxed", which was "urban slang for the act of being killed".
Westlake Financial has also appointed Ken Sopp, current vice president of Midway Leasing - Fleet) as chairman/managing general partner of CULA, John Thomas will remain CEO of CULA, and Terry Bowdler will transition to a strategic advisor role, it said.
Bowdler then went on to expurgate Edward Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire of all passages of "an irreligious or immoral tendency." A decade after his death, Bowdler's name had become synonymous with censorship on moral grounds, and bowdlerize was used to describe the expurgation of literary works.
Bowdler admitted fraud and was given eight month's jail suspended for a year.
"My role is to drive our philanthropic strategies and small business through business development and financial capabilities," said Janis Bowdler, from Washington DC, who recently joined JPMorgan Chase's Global Philanthropy team to manage strategic investment in three of the foundation's major gift areas: consumer financial empowerment, small business and affordable housing.
The idea was the brainchild of FBC Manby Bowdler paralegal Samantha Roberts, whose father John started the fruit farm 44 years ago.
IN an age when parents are beside themselves with worry over what their children are watching on the internet, it's worth remembering today marks the birth 260 years ago of one of Britain's best-known censors, that great "expunger of naughtiness" omas Bowdler.
The banK said non-executive directors Duncan Bowdler, Peter Harvey, Bob Newton and Len Wardle will stand down, but will remain on the board of the financial services arm of the wider funerals-to-supermarKets Co-op Group.
MIDDLESBROUGH couple Joanne Couhig and Richard Claypole tied the knot Marton Hotel and Country Club Picture by Neesams Photography Guisborough KATIE MacDonald and Martyn Angus, both of Acklam, got married at The Sporting Lodge, Middlesbrough Pictures by Simon White Photography EMMA Rayner and Gary Bowdler, both of Darlington, became Mr and Mrs at All Saints Church, Manfield Picture by Simon White Photography | To feature on the weddings page, email pictures, with bride and grooms name including brides maiden name, where you are from and where you got married to or post them to Gazette People, News Desk, Evening Gazette, Borough Road, Middlesbrough TS1 3AZ.
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