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Derby

A city in the East Midlands UK; pronounced DAR bee.
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With a career in the industry spanning 16 years, Roberson noted, "I'm excited and proud to join the Darby family.
I suggest a small footnote regarding the magnitude of Darby's contribution to both the Industrial Revolution and our profession.
Darby, of Highcroft Crescent, pleaded guilty to being the owner of a dog which was dangerously out of control and caused injury.
Darby, 64, soft-spoken, bespectacled and tattooed, was once one of the most prodigious bootmakers in the Texas prison system, turning out more than a thousand pairs of custom-made footwear for police, FBI agents and the governor's office, prison officials said.
Medical historian Robert Darby (author of the 2005 University of Chicago Press book A Surgical Temptation: The Demonization of the Foreskin and the Rise of Circum, which upon its appearance I reviewed, describing it as "spectacular") has recently published a short electronic book (e-book) about circumcision, Why Can't the United States Stop Circumcising Boys?, expanded from a 2005 article he published in the journal Contexts.
A Washtenaw County resident for nearly twenty years, Darby is very knowledgeable and familiar with the area.
"It wasn't just that we have more space." said Bobby Darby, vice president of sales and marketing, "but we are able to make more efficient use of the space.
Sime Darby Berhad has announced that it has priced its inaugural $400 million 5-year Sukuk issue at a fixed coupon rate of 2.053 per cent, and its $400 million 10-year Sukuk issue at a fixed coupon rate of 3.29 per cent.
Malaysia: Former head of Malaysian plantation giant Sime Darby appeared in court Tuesday over a land deal that saddled the state-controlled firm with $30 million in losses, a prosecutor said.
* F you thought of Rhys Darby simply as the third wheel in the Flight of the Conchords phenomenon, then you might like to think again.
Paul Darby, Gaelic Games, Nationalism and the Irish Diaspora in the United States (Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2009, 256 pp., [euro]28 paperback)
Back in Texas, flyers soon began appearing at coffeehouses urging leftists to beware of Brandon Darby, an "FBI informant rat loose in Austin." The allegation came as a shocker; Darby was a known and trusted member of the left-wing protest crowd.