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Steele

(stēl),
John C., 20th-century Canadian neurologist. See: Steele-Richardson-Olszewski disease, Steele-Richardson-Olszewski syndrome.
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Steele, who is married with two young daughters, started in business selling cars in the south of England, starting as a salesman at the age of 17 and owning his own garage by the time he was 21 years old.
His solicitor Colin Adam said that after weeks of ignored call and letters Steele got through to them only to be told there was nothing Virgin could do.
Orbis Business Intelligence, headed by Steele, has been at the heart of the US probe into alleged Russian election meddling in 2016.
Alongside a statewide team of staff and volunteers, Steele leads fundraising, mission and advocacy initiatives and engages local communities across the state.
Steele intends to use the crucial investment for creating a brand that would emote as the premium one stop solution for up-to-the-minute clothing in competitive markets like Punjab.
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MidFirst Bank has announced the completion of its acquisition of Denver-based Steele Street Bank & Trust.
With Blue Bailer, Steele and his team at Bill Steele's Kustoms in Oakdale, Pennsylvania, chalked up their third win in the contest for this highly sought-after prize.
Just who Melanie Steele is remains something of a mystery.
Dr Steele was fond of telling how Dr Mountin challenged him by asking, "What are you veterinarians going to do now that the war is over?
Steele finished his outstanding season with 11 goals and nine assists and helped the Sammies to their third straight state championship.