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sorrel

1. a weed and poisonous plant. See rumex.
2. a horse coat color, light or golden chestnut.
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Sorrels is a name partner in Dallas' Sorrels, Udashen & Anton, one of the country's leading white-collar and criminal defense law firms.
What luck, then, to have the Sorrel Quartet in Liverpool and Chester over two days.
By choosing to establish their headquarters at Majestic Park West, companies like ProCore validate the premier qualities of this location, including functionality and aesthetics, as well as proximity to DFW airport and multiple major arteries throughout the metroplex," Sorrels said.
Everyone here is happy to learn that we've been named one of the top law firms in the country," says attorney Barry Sorrels, co-founder of the firm.
Sorrels frequently is involved in high-profile, headline-grabbing cases for prominent business executives, public figures, sports personalities and law enforcement officers.
Allpoint offers our customer businesses and their employees the largest network of surcharge-free ATMs in the nation," Keith Sorrels, Comdata senior vice president, sales and marketing, said.
DALLAS, April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas lawyers and the staff at D Magazine again have selected noted Dallas white-collar and criminal defense lawyer Barry Sorrels of Sorrels, Udashen & Anton for recognition among D Magazine's annual "The Best Lawyers in Dallas" edition.
The man, identified by police as James Sorrels, 45, a Texan with an E.
Keith Sorrels, SVS senior vice president, said "The initial gift card design is a great team shot designed to appeal to the loyal Falcons fans.
Sorrels has represented such retailers as Ann Taylor, Brooks Bros.
says Vera Sorrels, pointing to Smith on her left and Kekona on her right.
has won the gold medal first place, Carl Sorrels of Northwest Windshield in Walla Walla, WA placed second and Jason Horne of Cindy Rowe Auto Glass took third.