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Ham·mond

(ham'ŏnd),
William A., U.S. neurologist, 1828-1900. See: Hammond disease.
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"The Hammonds are devoted family men, respected contributors to their local community, and have widespread support from their neighbors, local law enforcement, and farmers and ranchers across the West," Sanders said, adding: "Justice is overdue."
The problem is that Walden is ignoring decades of violations and other crimes committed by the Hammonds.
Nick Green, partner and head of the Squire Sanders Hammonds' Birmingham office, commented "It was good to see such a varied mix of local, national and international clients and advisers joining us and shows the strength and depth of the West Midlands and its significant contribution to international business."
Prior to her appointment Hammonds was the vice president of the Boeing Information Technology Infrastructure organisation.
Prosecutor Sharon Elves said Hammonds twice headbutted Mr Chalmers, causing him to fall onto a metal magazine rack, then repeatedly punched him on the ground.
Hammonds, who's been racing since 1984 and heads Tom Hammonds Enterprises, has joined North Carolina A&T State University to enhance its motorsports technology program, which includes teaching students how to build an engine.
-- Tim Hammonds is stepping down from his position as president and chief executive officer of the Food Marketing Institute.
Harris didn't pay the deposit, but she did hand Hammonds a $5,000 check, the lawsuit said.
Johnny Piper of Lamar County, Texas, pursued a suspected bank robber, Michael Hammonds, down a country road.
CUSTOMERS Mary Buckler and brother John Shringley have helped Hammonds celebrate its new Nuneaton store.
In two short years, the Hammonds have come to grips with the culture and language, and set up a successful small business called Burgundy Discovery.