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sue

1. To initiate legal action.
2. To make a petition or pleading to the court.
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Sue have Sue, from Penzance in Cornwall, said: "As soon as I finish one appointment I'll be on the phone booking my next.
Tom Morgan, director service delivery for Kinchbus and trentbarton, said: "Sue has always had a passion for developing and leading a team and is uncompromising when it comes to delivering high standards.
"But this is a team effort and I have been fortunate to have been surrounded by the very best people over the years, who make such a difference to the lives of so many." As a teacher of 42 years, Sue has dedicated her longstanding career to the educational, social and emotional welfare of children.
Although most of Sue's visits are with families she knows, there are emergencies too.
Their tribute read: "Sue was bac treas c the backbone of our family, our treasure, the joy of our lives, so cruelly taken from us.
And as reported, last month Boro defender Ben Gibson - Sue was friends with his mum and aunt - officially started a 10k race in her honour to raise funds for James Cook University Hospital's chemotherapy ward.
Sue Padden Real Estate, LLC has been practicing the art and science of buying and selling homes in New Hampshire since 1994.
Since there's no one else to care for him, I deferred two terms and came home.' ' 'D'you come home most summers?' Sue shook her head.
Sue spent the rest of that summer wrapped in a wool blanket.
My Name Is Sue became a cult musical hit after winning the Total Theatre Award at the 2009 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Sue and Kevin, a former Royal Regiment of Wales sergeant major, knew he had battled kidney cancer in the past but thought he had beaten the dreaded tumours.