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(har'ing-tŏn),
David O., 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Harrington-Flocks test.
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What's even more exciting is that you don't have to wait until then to get your hands on rare pieces to add to your home because Harringtons is currently selling beautiful and unique European furniture, timepieces, accessories, and paintings at reasonable prices.
Appreciating their buyers' discerning taste, Harringtons distinguishes itself by providing quality, authentic, and well-curated paintings, furniture, antiques, sculptures, photographs, historical pieces, memorabilia, jewellery, watches, and vehicles-both classic and collectible pieces.
WORCESTER - Near the end of brief remarks James Harrington gave yesterday at the renaming of the Boys & Girls Club on Tainter Street in his parents' honor, he choked up.
Harrington said as he looked to the sky outside the newly named Francis A.
In the middle of all this history and hype will be Oregon quarterback Joey Harrington, like Baker a Portland kid - Harrington went to Central Catholic High School, Baker to Jefferson - who stayed in-state and found stardom.
And as much as Harrington found himself looking forward this week - to DisneyWorld in Orlando, Fla.
Nevertheless, the Harringtons agreed to meet the Rockies owners without Tanzer.
The Harringtons accepted the Rockies' tentative $4 million offer.
After our initial test, we have now expanded the reach of our campaign to over 200 stations, and will continue adding new markets as quickly as possible," says Kevin Harrington, CEO of Reliant Interactive Media Corp.
Products in this category sell well at retail without much advertising, so with the millions of advertising dollars that we will spend to promote Pest Offense, we are expecting a big pop on the retail front," Harrington added.
His team trailing 12-6 and the clock about to run out, Harrington threw a
We ran a reverse; we thought we could catch them off guard,' Harrington said.

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