Stocker


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Stock·er

(stok'ĕr),
Frederick William, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1893-1974. See: Stocker line.
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"With the release of our new record, we wanted to play shows in places we hadn't been able to go to yet," Stocker explained.
The judge said the libel was "not trivial", and assessed the appropriate compensation at [pounds sterling]5,000 - though Mr Stocker did not want any money.
The reality, he said, is that Welsh farmers Stocker were champions of world-leading animal welfare standards who were proud of their ability to turn grass - often in marginal areas where other crops cannot grow - into top quality lamb, beef and dairy products.
The signature case, to which Stocker dedicated more than 560 pro bono hours, was a civil rights lawsuit stemming from the city of Jacksonville's interpretation of the Springfield zoning overlay, which prohibited Ability Housing from purchasing and renovating a dilapidated apartment building as part of a nearly $1.4 million project to create permanent, supportive housing for disabled homeless veterans.
| Musical hall star Nanette Stocker, whose grave (pictured) is close to the west door of St Philip's Cathedral in Birmingham.
A set piece from Swiss attacking-midfielder Stocker on 12 minutes picked out Brooks 10 yards out, and the American international headed past Marwin Hitz.
Stocker, of no fixed address but formerly of Bromborough, was jailed for 91/2 years at Liverpool Crown Court after pleading guilty to kidnapping, ABH, criminal damage and breaching a restraining order.
Mr Stocker continued: "As there are currently no stocks of vaccine available here in the UK we would expect vaccine manufacturers to be watching this situation very closely.
| Eight of nine victims being |repatriated to the UK yesterday at the Brize Norton air base in Oxfordshire, following the terror attack in Sousse, Tunisia, (from top left clockwise), Ann and James McQuire, Lisa and William Graham, Janet and John Stocker, Trudy Jones and David Thompson