Budd


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Budd

(bŭd),
George, English physician, 1808-1882. See: Budd syndrome, Budd-Chiari syndrome.
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DC Budd, who has three children and three grandchildren, said: "That's when I stood up and could feel pain in my right shoulder.
Budd He did deliver several passages that struck the tribunal as having the ring of truth: he had not before had a letter of complaint like the one he received from the claimant; he took no action for some days before discussing it with Mr Robinson and was unsure whether to do so at all.
Budd, 18, completed a few strides as the front-runner before Decker's spiked shoe caught on her heel, which caused American Decker to stumble onto the field.
But after 32 years not only has the pain dulled for Decker Slaney so has the animosity between her and Budd - now friends.
Cross Gate Services will continue to provide services to customer accounts with the expanded training, equipment and capabilities of The Budd Group to support their work.
Burroughs (who dedicated his 1970 book, The Last Words of Dutch Schultz) to Budd.
Meanwhile, The Grounds Crew's former owner David Bales said The Budd Group was the perfect choice to take his company to the next level.
Mrs Budd and husband Bob, 77, who live in the Australian capital of Canberra, made the 10,000-mile journey with three of their five children and eight of their 12 grandchildren.
She said: "I hid all the pictures and articles as I didn't want them to think of me as Zola Budd, the athlete, I just wanted them to think of me as Mum.
They showed that shortly after the half-way mark, with Zola Budd slightly in front, she and Mary Decker bumped into each other twice.
Budd focuses on the concept of aesthetic value: 'the idea of an object which is intrinsically valuable to experience, with understanding of both what kind of thing it is and its specific character' (2).