sue


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sue

1. To initiate legal action.
2. To make a petition or pleading to the court.
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Sue will be hugely missed around trustee tables and the LawDeb office, but we hope we can persuade her to return occasionally bringing her optimism and enthusiasm for pensions with her.
Sue Padden Real Estate, LLC has been practicing the art and science of buying and selling homes in New Hampshire since 1994.
By that September, Sue and Beth were both enrolled at St.
My Name Is Sue is a collaboration between James and writer-director Ben Lewis.
The 59-year-old was too ill to do that and Sue rushed there to fill in paperwork.
Sue, who is originally from York but has lived in Edinburgh for almost 20 years, said: "Like most people, I think I must have thought that breast cancer wasn't something that was likely to happen to me.
Now Sue was stuck in science and math courses, next to students fresh out of high school, talking about meta-this and osmosis-that.
More tributes have also flooded in from the Mirror readers who adored Sue, and never missed the column she wrote weekly for 13 years.
Sue has successfully completed her diploma and launched Giggle in January 2011.
Sue, 52, acted as a go-between when the couple were trying to save their marriage last year.
Sue, who is semi-retired, runs a specialist maternity acupuncture clinic at Calderdale Royal Hospital for women in Huddersfield and Halifax.