Researchers from the University of Warwick in Coventry, England, followed nearly 6,500 children from before birth until age 13.
On the phone from her home in Coventry, England, Davis laughs.
It would seem," says O'Brien, "that in coming to Hull Larkin had in a sense sent himself to Coventry.
Although he is most closely associated with Hull, Larkin was born in Coventry.
It makes me feel at times like a public moralist, or Peeping Tom of Coventry, or some such creature.
Mr. Palmer was born at Coventry, where his father had been mayor.
After examination, the bishop of Litchfield declared them to be heretics, and they were all condemned and burnt alive at Coventry.
"I don't care about your means, Mr. Coventry," said Grace, with a lofty smile.
Spalding wiped off five years, North Paddington two, and Coventry the rest.
She now called aloud to Mr. Coventry, thinking he must be on before her.