Eggleston


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Eg·gle·ston

(eg'gĕl-stŏn),
Cary, U.S. physician, 1884-1966. See: Eggleston method, Bradbury-Eggleston syndrome.
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Burgess said that customers have been pleased in the few months since Eggleston Trade & Pawn partnered with U-Haul and noted that with the addition of storage units, U-Haul was the ideal fit given the moving applications of both operations.
Then Ben was amazed to spot it on eBay last week with his dad's name, Sgt Stephen Eggleston, on the back.
Rev Eggleston said: "Discrimination is a way of seeing others as less human, less valuable than ourselves.
In addition, Eggleston says keeping personal and business monies separate is easier if it's done from the beginning.
ENHANCED Woodend House, Newtown, Eggleston, Barnard Castle, has lots of character but plenty of practical modern features
Ever since Janelle made her electri-fying arrival on the music scene, she has captured our imaginations, stirred our souls, and made us all move our feet," said Eggleston.
They say their American investors are particularly concerned that perhaps the defense of, and the protection for, these facilities is not quite what it could be," Eggleston said.
Eggleston has now shed light on the effect of processing green, versus burnt, cane.
Sitting in his central Edinburgh office, Eggleston admits that in the beginning he had a lot to learn.
Eggleston says the team is conscious that creating GM mosquitoes in Africa was a major step and that it was important to tread cautiously.
These mildly erotic pieces--for Eggleston keeps his distance from overt sexuality--were complemented by works, which tend to be more close-up, that suggest a fascination with dirt and with its opposite, cleanliness.
Current alcohol dependence and current substance use were each higher in those affected with the disorder, said Angela Meade Eggleston, Ph.