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The JIAN Group in Fredericksburg, Virginia represented Shone Lumber in this transaction.
Yesterday, Mary's brother Andrew Matheson, 58, said: "Shone is in total selfdenial.
At 4.30am yesterday , a laser was shone at the helicopter over Southwick.
Nathan Barry Griffiths, 23, was "guilty of being stupid", when he shone the laser into the night sky, magistrates said yesterday.
Yesterday, the helicopter was flying over the Thornaby area when a laser pen was shone at the aircraft from an upstairs window.
RICHARD SHONE, a London-based art historian and associate editor of The Burlington Magazine, is the author of several books, including Bloomsbury Portraits (Phaidon, 1976), The Post-Impressionists (Octopus, 1979), and Sisley (Phaidon, 1992).
Christopher Shone who is originally from Penymynydd, near Buckley was found guilty in Scotland of murdering his partner Mary Craig.
Jurors heard Christopher Shone broke down in front of police and said: "I cannot believe it."
Newcastle Magistrates' Court heard the driver was "momentarily blinded" by the laser, which Cave shone from his bedroom window.
LIVES were put in danger when a laser was shone into an aircraft cockpit.
2 : to be glossy : gleam <He polished the silver until it shone.>
Flintshire magistrates had found him guilty of assaulting neighbour Peter Graham Shone.