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(rŭn'dĕl),
A.T., British physician. See: Richards-Rundle syndrome.
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KATHERINE FERNANDEZ RUNDLE, the 11th Circuit's state attorney, hosted 34 elected district attorneys from across the country in a national summit focusing on issues of mental health and gun violence.
Dan Rundle is this series' top tryscorer, and Howells thinks it is only a matter of time before the winger wins international recognition.
The film was produced by regional Emmy[R] nominated filmmakers Kelly Rundle and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films, and Garry McGee of McMarr, Ltd.
NORTON manager Adam Rundle says his five new recruits from Darlington will play a big part in the Ancients' survival bid in Northern League Division One this season.
Previously, Rundle spent 16 years with Kimberly-Clark in various positions, including as marketing director and business unit director for South Africa and the USA; vice president of Central and Eastern Europe; and vice president of NATO Brand Development.
The legal representatives of both Davidar and Rundle have issued carefully worded statements to the media.
"The general feeling inside the organization was that would be both a good thing to do commercially and a very decent thing to do ethically," Penguin Group chairman John Makinson told The Globe and Mail in a telephone interview from London, praising Rundle as "a very good rights director."
Rundle has filed Canadian dollar CAN522,910 in damages against Davidar and her former employeer, for sexual harassment on Davidar's part and wrongful dismissal on Penguin's.
Dale made it two in the 11th minute when Rundle released Le Fondre who appeared to be offside.
While Rundle did not rebel against the constrictions the Company wished to impose on him as overtly as his Wesleyan superior, James Evans, Rundle still managed to independently chart his own path through Rupert's Land.
Very stressful in fact," says Rundle. "But for me the most stressful thing is watching myself, so I steer well clear of that.