Budde

Bud·de

(bud-uh),
E., 19th-century Danish sanitary engineer. See: Budde process.
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Photo Caption: Tony Budde and Ivan Jackson- NI Water, Joseph McHugh- RSC Group, Vincent O'Neill- Meridian Utilities Ltd, Des Nevin- NI Water, Peter McAllister- McAllister Bros Ltd, Jane Mellor- NI Water, Barry Smyth- Meridian Utilities Ltd, Sylvia McCay- RSC Group.
Training residents and physician assistants in the same location will lead to more opportunities for cross-training and collaboration among the SIU teams and the medical staff at SIH Memorial Hospital of Carbondale just across the street," said SIH President and CEO Rex Budde.
For Army veteran Ray Budde and his Marine friend William Garnett Jr., getting together for lunch and dinner throughout the year is a regular ordeal, but Military Appreciation Night has a special feel for them.
TULSA More than a year ago, Sabrina Budde was living in her apartment, but not doing much else.
During her time as an undergraduate, she landed another internship for David Budde, a prosecutor in the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office.
Germany's Laureen Budde snatched the gold medal and South Korean jockey Kwon Manjun grabbed the silver.
Cathy Budde told reporters that her children were the first ones to catch the jogger defecating while squatting with her shorts down on their lawn.
Summary: The family kept finding the runner's poop, Budde said, and the dirty paper napkins she leaves behind
A caring police officer called Raymond (Michel Vuillermoz) spirits the boy to an orphanage run by headmistress Madame Papineau (Monica Budde).
Only one member of the fourstrong crew, wireless operator Rudolf Budde, survived.
During a drunken outburst, the matriarch takes a tragic tumble down the stairs and a caring police officer called Raymond (Michel Vuillermoz) spirits the boy to an orphanage run by caring headmistress Madame Papineau (Monica Budde).