Claybrook

Clay·brook

(klā'bruk),
Edwin B., U.S. surgeon, 1871-1931. See: Claybrook sign.
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Shortly after the crash Ludden apologised to the house's occupants Abbey Claybrook and her partner Danny Jones, 24.
Seconds earlier, Abbey Claybrook, 21, had walked out of the room to attend to her baby.
Only captain James Claybrook offered any real resistance, as the visitors were bowled out for just 74.
In January, Claybrook Capital became part of the partnership in Boston.
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Summit boasts several top regional businesses, including Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Capitol Plaza, Claybrook at Sugarbush Resort, CONA Bank North, State of Vermont, Woodstock Inn and Resort, Yankee Candle company INC, and Mass MoCA as well as a various condominium developers, retail and hospitality operations, and higher education.
He added that to put Claybrook Marsh, which neighbours the proposed site, "in jeopardy would be a disgrace".
Texas A&M student body president to veto 'Religious Funding Exemption Bill' (Bryan-College Station Eagle): "Texas A&M student body president John Claybrook has vetoed legislation from the student senate aimed at letting students opt out of funding the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Resource Center, or other university services, based on religious grounds.
According to Joan Claybrook, Public Citizen's president, CEOs in corporations owning or managing 11 of the nation's largest property/casualty insurance companies have received a 68 percent pay raise on the average since 1982.
Brymbo's James Claybrook took 2-13 with Gerallt Lyall (Denbigh) bagging 2-23 before assertive Denbighshire replied with a winning 111-5 from 39 overs.
Site engineer Mark Handford, aged 22, died instantly when the bucket from an excavation digger came loose and fell on him as he helped to carry out levelling work on Claybrook Drive in Redditch on August 12, 2009.
Change is always tough, but we think this will open up some things offensively in the women's game," said Leslie Claybrook, who chairs the NCAA committee on women's basketball rules.