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Shropshire

a type of English downs sheep. It has short wool, and is used mainly for meat; it has a black-brown face and legs.
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In that last event, Worthen couldn't quite catch Churchill's Amy Atwater, who joined teammate Samantha Molinski in running on both winning relay teams while also taking first in one individual event and second in another.
Maria Worthen, Vice President for Federal and State Policy, iNACOL
Right now they have offers out to a lot of the elite, elite, premier guys," Worthen said.
hunting knife decorated enough to be worn to work," Worthen said.
Chasse employees were installing a motor on a vessel Worthen uses in its manufacturing process.
Shakespeare and the Force of Modern Performance concerns itself with issues of textuality defined more broadly, and with the performativity, or what Worthen calls the "force," of a broader range of contemporary performance practices that include the theatrical but extend into cultural tourism, film, video, e-mail, and the Internet.
On the opening page, Worthen clarifies that he is interested here with a "small slice" of performance studies: "the stage performance of scripted drama" (1).
Frederich Worthen, a prisoner of war who sent his wife-to-be a piece of his parachute.
John Worthen, in a cleverly argued introduction to his wide-ranging study of Wordsworth, Coleridge and their intimate circle, feels that instinctively we sense that biographies are frequently incomplete.
Worthen ("Reconstructing the Globe: Constructing Ourselves"), in discussing the different ways various historical reconstructions from Disney World to Colonial Williamsburg construct the visitor and commodify experience, points out that plays at the New Globe are not performances of performances (like the performance of actual work by pilgrim-impersonators at Plimouth Plantation, for instance) but rather (and perhaps unavoidably) contemporary engagements by contemporary means with the Shakespearean text.
Scott Worthen and his colleagues at Denver's National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine, along with researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St.
Suzanne Worthen was named assistant vice president of claims for the company's Midwest operation.