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... On 16 July 2010, Taylor resigned the Tory Whip as he had been charged with six offences of false accounting, claiming more than £11,000 in overnight subsistence and mileage claims ... at Southwark Crown Court before Mr Justice Saunders, Taylor was found guilty by the jury which delivered majority verdicts (11 votes to 1) on six counts of false accounting, relating to a total of £11,277.8 ... Taylor actually lived in Ealing, West London and had no home in Oxford ...
... Taylor sept, one of several Clan Cameron groups Taylor series, in mathematics, a way to represent any function in power series Taylor University, located in Indiana, USA "Taylor" (song), by ...
... John Gregory Taylor (born March 31, 1962) is a former American football wide receiver with the San Francisco 49ers ... Taylor attended Pennsauken High School and was one of six NFL players to come from PHS during the 1980s ... Taylor attended Delaware State College and was a member of their football team, the Hornets ...
... John David Beckett, Baron Taylor of Warwick (born 21 September 1952) is a member of the House of Lords in the Parliament of the United Kingdom ... Taylor initially practised as a barrister and has also been a company director and a TV and radio presenter ... Taylor was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment on 31 May 2011 but was released under home detention curfew just 3 months later ...
... Taylor stood unsuccessfully for the Conservatives in the 1992 general election in Cheltenham, losing to the Liberal Democrats in a campaign portrayed ... Taylor was made a life peer as Baron Taylor of Warwick, of Warwick in the County of Warwickshire in 1996 he was the first black Conservative peer ...
Famous quotes containing the word taylor:
“Adultery itself in its principle is many times nothing but a curious inquisition after, and envy of another mans enclosed pleasures: and there have been many who refused fairer objects that they might ravish an enclosed woman from her retirement and single possessor.”
—Jeremy Taylor (16131667)
“Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
How I wonder what you are!
Up above the world so high,
Like a diamond in the sky!”
—Ann Taylor (17821866)
“I do not call the sod under my feet my country; but languagereligiongovernmentbloodidentity in these makes men of one country.”
—Samuel Taylor Coleridge (17721834)