of hallucinogenic drugs, the effects of which had a strong influence on the production of the album. The Cure recorded ''Disintegration'' at Hook End Manor Studios in Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Berkshire, with co-producer David M. Allen in late 1988 through early 1989. During production, founding member Lol Tolhurst was fired from the band. Location IBM Internet Security Systems is headquartered in Sandy Springs, near Atlanta ( Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia
by Neil Halstead and Rachel Goswell in October 1989. The two sang and played guitar, and had been friends since they were six years old. At a Sunday youth group, they began making music in an indie pop band called The Pumpkin Fairies, with bassist Mike Cottle and drummer Adrian Sell. When the Fairies disbanded, Slowdive formed with drummer Adrian Sell, and Nick Chaplin, his friend who played bass. A third guitarist named Christian Savill, previously of the band "Eternal", joined when he became the only person to answer an advert from the band. The ad called for a female guitarist, but Savill wanted to join so badly he offered to wear a dress. He was subsequently recruited. Watson (2005a), p. 2 The name "Slowdive" was inspired by a dream Nick Chaplin experienced. Cox joined his home town club, Reading (Reading F.C.), at the age of nine. Checkendon is served by two bus routes: * Reading Transport route 142, Reading (Reading, Berkshire)-Woodcote-Checkendon Reading-buses.co.uk * White's Coaches route 145, Woodcote-Checkendon-Henley (Henley-on-Thames) Whitescoaches.com Hawk-Eye (w:Hawk-Eye), the company that was working on the goal-line technology that is already being used for line calls in tennis, reacted with disappointment: "I'm livid, it is completely out of the blue... A year ago they met and gave us four criteria to meet and we have met all of them, yet they have kicked it out now... We have invested an awful lot of money and now we have no return on that investment," director Paul Hawkins said. He said he was encouraged to continue research on the project only 10 days ago at a private showing for IFAB members at Reading's (w:Reading, Berkshire) Madejski Stadium (w:Madejski Stadium).
Southall is served by Southall railway station on the Great Western Main Line, providing links to Heathrow Airport, Reading (Reading, Berkshire) and Oxford as well as London Paddington (Paddington station). In February, 1235 Hugh de Wells died and the canons of Lincoln cathedral (Diocese of Lincoln) met to elect his successor. They soon were at a deadlock and could not reach a majority. Fearing that the election would be taken out of their hands, they settled on a compromise candidate, Grosseteste. He was consecrated in June of that same year Fryde, et. al. ''Handbook of British Chronology'' p. 255 at Reading (Reading, Berkshire). British History Online Bishops of Lincoln accessed on 28 October 2007 He instituted an innovative program of visitation, a procedure normally reserved for the inspection of monasteries. Grosseteste expanded it to include all the deaneries (deanery) in each archdeaconery of his vast diocese. This scheme brought him into conflict with more than one privileged corporation, but in particular with his own chapter, who vigorously disputed his claim to exercise the right of visitation over their community. The dispute raged hotly from 1239 to 1245, with the chapter launching an appeal to the papacy. In 1245, while attending the First Council of Lyons, the papal court ruled in favor of Grosseteste. In October 1965 it was confirmed that postal coding was to be extended to the rest of the country in the "next few years". "G.P.O. robot postman sorts 20,000 letters an hour", ''The Times'', 5 October 1965 On 1 May 1967 postcodes were introduced in Croydon. The codes for central Croydon started with the three letters CRO, and those of the surrounding post towns with CR2, CR3 and CR4. This was to be the beginning of a ten year plan, costing an estimated £24 million. Within two years it was expected that coding would be used in Aberdeen, Belfast, Brighton, Bristol, Bromley, Cardiff, Coventry, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newport, Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Sheffield, Southampton and the Western district (W postcode area) of London. "Someone, Somewhere in postal code", ''The Times'', 12 October 1966 By 1967 codes had been introduced to Aberdeen, Southampton, Brighton and Derby. "Post Office plans faster service", ''The Times'', 4 July 1967 In 1970 codes were introduced to the Western and North Western (NW postcode area) London areas. "London in brief", ''The Times'', 15 September 1970 In December 1970 Christmas mail was franked with the message "Remember to use the Postcode", although codes were only used to sort mail in a handful of sorting offices. "Inside the Post Office", ''The Times'', 18 January 1971 thumb Gatwick Airport railway station (File:Gatwick Airport Station 02.JPG) The Gatwick Airport railway station is next to South Terminal and provides connections along the Brighton Main Line to London Victoria (London Victoria Station) and London Bridge (London Bridge station) stations, as well as Brighton and Worthing to the south. The Gatwick Express to Victoria, operated by Southern (Southern (train operating company)), is the best-known service from the station, but other companies, including First Capital Connect and First Great Western, use the station as well, and Southern provides services to Victoria and London Bridge under its own brand. First Capital Connect provide direct trains to Luton Airport (London Luton Airport) and First Great Western trains provide a direct rail link with Reading (Reading, Berkshire) and connections with Oxford and the West. Early life Branagh, the middle of three children, was born and brought up in Belfast, the son of working-class Protestant (Protestantism in Ireland) parents Frances (née Harper) and William Branagh, a plumber and joiner who ran a company that specialised in fitting partitions and suspended ceilings. Cox joined his home town club, Reading (Reading F.C.), at the age of nine. Checkendon is served by two bus routes: * Reading Transport route 142, Reading (Reading, Berkshire)-Woodcote-Checkendon Reading-buses.co.uk * White's Coaches route 145, Woodcote-Checkendon-Henley (Henley-on-Thames) Whitescoaches.com Hawk-Eye (w:Hawk-Eye), the company that was working on the goal-line technology that is already being used for line calls in tennis, reacted with disappointment: "I'm livid, it is completely out of the blue... A year ago they met and gave us four criteria to meet and we have met all of them, yet they have kicked it out now... We have invested an awful lot of money and now we have no return on that investment," director Paul Hawkins said. He said he was encouraged to continue research on the project only 10 days ago at a private showing for IFAB members at Reading's (w:Reading, Berkshire) Madejski Stadium (w:Madejski Stadium).
OF DEATH 24 April 1965 '''Xansa plc''', trading as '''Xansa''', was a British (United Kingdom) outsourcing and technology company, and was quoted on the London Stock Exchange until 17 October 2007 when the purchase of Xansa by Steria was completed and the company was delisted. Its headquarters were in Reading, Berkshire, England, and it had a major
presence in India. In the 2007 financial year the company had a turnover of UK£ (Pound sterling)379.7 million. Silsoe lived near Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Berkshire and was an active member of the congregation at All Saints Church, Rotherfield Peppard, acting as volunteer "taxi driver" for a number of infirm or learning disabled parishioners and serving for some years on the Parochial Church Council. He was instrumental in shaping the revised Henley deanery
in Washington D.C. is a memorial to American President Abraham Lincoln. * Maiwand Lion located in Reading (Reading, Berkshire), in England, and commemorating the Battle of Maiwand. * Mamayev Kurgan *Cumbrian Coast Line *Great Western secondary main line (Reading to Taunton Line) between Reading (Reading, Berkshire) and Taunton *West of England Main Line between Basingstoke and Exeter This allowed the King to move directly on London. Rupert urged
meeting was held in early May 1185 with Philip II (Philip II of France) and it was agreed to send both men and money to the Holy Land. This did not satisfy Heraclius, who had hoped to take back with him either Henry himself or one of his sons. Henry had promised to go on crusade years before after the murder of Thomas Becket; Heraclius reminded him of the vow and declared him and his children to be of the devil when Henry chose to stay at home. Publishing career By 1740 he had started
their own narrative comedy show called ''Live!Girls! present Dogtown''. Sam is co-creator and performed many of the main characters. The show shown on BBC Three in 1996. foundation 1997 (Demerger of Centrica) 2000 (Demerger of Lattice Group from BG Group) location Reading (Reading, Berkshire), United Kingdom key_people Sir Robert Wilson (Chairman) Sir Frank Chapman (Frank Chapman (businessman)) (Chief Executive
playing a young version of the character Nyssa (Nyssa (Doctor Who)). In 1989 she starred in the hit children's television programme ''Press Gang'', where she played Julie Craig. She left after the first series for another role, but returned for the fourth and final series until 1993, where her role was expanded somewhat. In 1989 and 1990, Benjamin appeared in two series of LWT sitcom '''Close to Home (Close to Home (1989 TV series))''', playing Paul Nicholas' teenage daughter Kate
on a compromise candidate, Grosseteste. He was consecrated in June of that same year Fryde, et. al. ''Handbook of British Chronology'' p. 255 at Reading (Reading, Berkshire). British History Online Bishops of Lincoln accessed on 28 October 2007 He instituted an innovative program of visitation, a procedure normally reserved for the inspection of monasteries
attended the (Amateur) Reading Cine & Video Society (now called Reading Film & Video Makers) '''Elizabeth Taylor''' (née '''Coles'''; 3 July 1912 in Reading, Berkshire - 19 November 1975 in Penn, Buckinghamshire) was a British novelist and short story writer
'''Reading''' ( ) is a large town (town status in the United Kingdom) and unitary authority area (unitary authorities of England) in the ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) of Berkshire, England. It was an important centre in the medieval (Middle Ages) period, as the site of Reading Abbey, a monastery with strong royal connections. The town was seriously affected by the English Civil War, with a major siege and loss of trade, and played a pivotal role in the Revolution of 1688 (Glorious Revolution), with that revolution's only significant military action fought on the streets of the town. The 19th century saw the coming of the Great Western Railway and the development of the town's brewing, baking and seed growing businesses. Today Reading is a commercial centre, with involvement in information technology and insurance, and, despite its proximity to London, has a net inward commuter flow.
The first evidence for Reading as a settlement dates from the 8th century. By 1525, Reading was the largest town in Berkshire, and tax returns show that Reading was the 10th largest town in England when measured by taxable wealth. By 1611, it had a population of over 5000 and had grown rich on its trade in cloth. The 18th century saw the beginning of a major iron works in the town and the growth of the brewing trade for which Reading was to become famous. During the 19th century, the town grew rapidly as a manufacturing centre. It is ranked the UK's top economic area for economic success and wellbeing, according to factors such as employment, health, income and skills. PWC Demos Good Growth for Cities 2013 Reading is also a retail centre serving a large area of the Thames Valley, and is home to the University of Reading. Every year it hosts the Reading Festival (Reading and Leeds Festivals), one of England's biggest music festivals. Sporting teams based in Reading include Reading Football Club (Reading F.C.) and the London Irish rugby union team, and over 15,000 runners annually compete in the Reading Half Marathon.
The '''Borough of Reading''' has a population of 155,698 (2011 census) Neighbourhood Statistics 2011 Census, Accessed 17 June 2014 and the town formed the largest part of the Reading Wokingham Urban Area which had a population of 318,014 (2011 census). north from Basingstoke.