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Todd

(tod),
Robert B., English physician, 1809-1860. See: Todd paralysis, Todd postepileptic paralysis.
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'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street' will open in October 2019 at The Theater at Solaire.
Todd has experience with a broad variety of building types including residential, commercial, multi-family, education, hospitality & entertainment.
The book, by Todd's secretary, Susan Woodhouse, is one of those biographies where every pin that drops is recorded.
Todd pushed against the parameters erected for women of her time, applying her intelligence and talents to music, painting and travel writing.
As many musicians are belatedly searching for music written by persons of color to add to their repertoire, Bob Watt, retired assistant principal of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and a longtime member of the recording scene in Southern California, has joined forces with composer and arranger Todd Cochran to present an album of exactly this.
Fortunately for Rudeen, Todd was seated next to her, and he immediately came to her aid.
Such cases are commonplace in Florida, according to Todd, and we can't turn a blind eye.
Newcastle Crown Court heard Johnston and Todd struck during a series of offences in July and August this year in Gateshead.
Gary Todd was made redundant from his position as a manager at the mine in February after working for Cleveland Potash Ltd since 1980.