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(kar'dĕn),
Henry D., 19th-century British surgeon. See: Carden amputation.
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STAFF at Carden Park Hotel have another reason to celebrate after what was an award-winning 2017 for them.
DAN CARDEN, the MP for Liverpool Walton, visited Woodlands Hospice recently to hear about the work of the hospice and meet with staff and volunteers.
The Good Place" star D'Arcy Carden would like to have a Janet as her personal shopper.
Carden is one of the finest officers with whom I have had the honor and pleasure to serve, said Maj.
Carden takes readers on a journey through the struggle for emancipation in both the North and the South of the US.
MTNA member Joy Carden passed away in April at age 81.
TWO employees of the Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa suffered minor health issues after it is believed they inhaled chlorine gas relating to a chemical spill.
Ambassador for ASEAN, David Carden, opened the four-day drill Monday on the outskirts of the capital, Jakarta.
On a recent spring day, Carden presides over an impossibly hyperactive programming schedule--mainstage and workshop productions, readings, commissions, a seemingly endless array of programming from EST/Youngblood (a program for playwrights under 30) and the Alfred P.
Dave Carden, 53, a PE teacher, routinely took labrador Ruby to school and left her in his car for another teacher to take into class.
CARDEN TWILIGHT has avoided the competition big guns in the draw for round one and Mark Wallis's dog is worth a speculative each-way interest at big odds for the John Smith's Kent St Leger starting at Crayford tonight as a result, writes Jonathan Kay.
Nigel Carden has led the school through major changes in his 11 years there, including overseeing the move into a new building.