, who among others trained Frisby Folly to St Leger glory for Brookes, said: "My wife Berice and I were very sad to hear the news of the death of Roy Brookes.
She ran really well and I think she deserved the win," added Crapper
, from the Conwy Valley, was one of three people who died in the crash on the A470 between Llanrwst and Maenan in May last year, an inquest heard yesterday.
And the luxury lavatory also features tiny brass brackets, each showing the Crapper
The female driver of the Land Rover Freelander, in which Mr Crapper
was a passenger, was last night in hospital in a serious but stable condition.
It was only until Thomas Crapper
invented the classic toilet, activated by the pull of a chain, called the Marlboro Silent Water Waste Preventer, that the perfect toilet was found.
Plumber Thomas Crapper
did NOT invent the flushing toilet.
When these prisoners scrounge the crapper
for their daily rations, I hope you're watching.
Both are found in Alscot Park, near Stratford, and were made by Warwickshire luxury lavatory manufacturer Thomas Crapper
Many people think that English plumber John Crapper
invented the toilet.
Most of the art is graft-oriented, but it's the little captions that'll make you laugh while you're wiling away the time on the crapper
Next to wed were Deborah Biltcliffe, 34, and Major Tom Crapper
, from Bath, followed by Nadine Hopkins, 31, and carpenter Jim Hooper, 30, from Hertfordshire.
The English sanitary engineer Thomas Crapper
(yep, that's how it got its name) is credited with being the first to invent a flush toilet, in the 1800s.
But no one got quite as creative as Jennifer Stefanski of Downingtown, Pennsylvania, who nominated THOMAS CRAPPER
(1837-1910), the inventor of the toilet.
In the ancient Orient, a sensible system developed whereby waste was collected on traveling carts, then brought to dung heaps for decomposition, In the West, chamber pots were simply ' dumped in the streets, creating serious health hazards, until the renowned Thomas Crapper
invented the flush water closet in Victorian England.