Budd


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Budd

(bŭd),
George, English physician, 1808-1882. See: Budd syndrome, Budd-Chiari syndrome.
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The court heard how Budd, who bowed his head while his sentence was handed down, had a "personality change" since the crash - becoming "withdrawn" and a "depressed young man to the extent that he is on medication".
Dr Budd, who also chairs the board North Edinburgh Drug and Alcohol Centre, added: "It is like if you had a chest pain, and we said you
Will Morey, Marketing and Sales Director for Pragma, said, "Grace and Budd have joined at a very exciting time in our business, their expertise and support will help shape Pragma into a more agile business that revolves around the changing needs of our resellers."
Budd said it is saving clients about $3,000 per move.
Over the past four years in office, Mr Budd has spent close to PS17m in interest alone.
But Benetton were back in front soon after as Budd touched down for his second try.
Fans are waiting eagerly to find out who was behind the bomb that killed her during a high-profile speech in a surprise twist, and have watched as Budd tries to unravel the mystery around her death.
Eagle-eyed viewers recognised the man driving her as a member of the veterans' group David Budd attended.
Budd, no longer with the mum of his kids (who believes he needs help), was then promoted.
Budd in his re-election effort and believe he is the right person to continue representing North Carolina's 13th district in the U.S.
DC Budd explained how they were executing a warrant at the address on September 19 last year when the attack happened.