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English empiricist philosopher who believed that all knowledge is derived from sensory experience (1632-1704)

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Delegates were given an extensive introduction to the proposed framework by members of the Scottish Qualifications Authority, Martin Dodd, Bill Fairbairn and Dr John Lock.
Richard Austen, Ian MacFairlane, Dennis Pick and Reverend Graham Spicer' Albert Attwood, David Webb, John Lock and Martyn Parfect Pictures, John Hipkiss' Barbara Cryer, Toni Wightman, Tom Cryer, Beverley Lindsay and Lyn Ankcorn' Paul Gilmore, Nick Woodward and Iain Kelso
But his review ironically suffers the disease its title, "John Lock Lite," describes.
Michael John Lock, 66, of Deedmore Road, Wood End, Coventry, driving a vehicle with excess alcohol, fined pounds 250, banned from driving for 12 months and a drink drive course was offered and accepted.
Desmond Bayliss, currently gangster doorman John Lock in Ray Winstone's ITV1 drama Lenny Blue, started acting after he was featured in Shooters two years ago.
His parents, retired nurse Sarah Jones and IT security manager Andrew John Lock, were yesterday inconsolable as they attended the opening of their son's inquest.
PENSIONER John Lock said he was overjoyed that rogue builders Christopher O'Brien and Gary Woods had been jailed.
IT only took five days to put up John Lock's new house in East London.
Jason John Lock, 24, of Nauls Mill House, Middleborough Road, Radford, Coventry, failing to comply with a community punishment order, fined pounds 50 and community punishment order to continue.
Desmond Bayliss - currently gangster doorman John Lock in Ray Winstone's ITV1 drama Lenny Blue - started acting after he was featured in Shooters two years ago.
Chairman Mr John Lock said the success of the scheme was due to the incentives offered to youngsters.
Club captain, John Lock, presented the winners with their trophies and thanked everybody who turned out, in all weathers, to make this event the success it was.
Widower John Lock, who lived on his own at a semi-detached house in Bordesley Green worth pounds 190,000, was targeted "by rogue builders under the banner of MWW Design and Build", Bernard Linnemann told Birmingham Crown Court.