Budd


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Budd

(bŭd),
George, English physician, 1808-1882. See: Budd syndrome, Budd-Chiari syndrome.
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In 2014, The Budd Group converted an unused area of their Winston-Salem facility to an 800 square foot wellness center complete with cardiovascular and strength training equipment, locker rooms, filtered water fountains and healthy snack options.
Mr Budd (16,680) and Mr Preston (14,265) stayed in the race with all other candidates eliminated.
Burroughs (who dedicated his 1970 book, The Last Words of Dutch Schultz) to Budd.
She said: "I hid all the pictures and articles as I didn't want them to think of me as Zola Budd, the athlete, I just wanted them to think of me as Mum.
They showed that shortly after the half-way mark, with Zola Budd slightly in front, she and Mary Decker bumped into each other twice.
Addressing the widow of Cpl Budd and more than 12 of his comrades who attended an inquest at Oxford Coroner's Court, Mr Walker said: "On August 20 2006, Cpl Bryan Budd was on active service, leading his men through a maize field in Sangin when they came under withering fire.
Budd was initially disqualified for obstruction, but she was reinstated after officials viewed films of the race.
In the early 1970s, Budd moved to the former May Department Stores Company, now part of Macy's Inc.
Budd when she helped the Mark Twain Circle of America become a not-for-profit organization.
Cpl Budd, pictured, from Ripon, was married to Lorena and was father to two-year-old Isabelle.
Mrs Budd is expecting their second child in a few weeks.