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Web·ster

(web'stĕr),
John, English chemist, 1878-1927. See: Webster test.

Web·ster

(web'stĕr),
John C., U.S. gynecologist, 1863-1950.
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Webster Financial Corporation (NYSE: WBS), holding company for Webster Bank, a USD24 billion regional bank, has planned to add three additional banking centers that are expected to open in late January in the greater Boston area, bringing its total network in the area to 18, the company said.
High School Art Department, Webster; The Black Tavern Historical Society, Dudley; The Church of the Reconciliation, Webster; Daughters of the American Revolution, Dudley chapter; Dudley-Charlton Regional School District; First Congregational Church of Dudley; Grace Church, Oxford; Harrington HealthCare at Webster; Kennedy Donovan Center South Central MA; Massachusetts Audubon Society; Oxford Bandstand Corporation; Oxford Free Public Library; Oxford High School Art Department; Oxford Middle School; Saint Anne Elementary School, Webster; Southern Worcester County Educational Collaborative; St.
Webster Bank has negotiated the leasehold interests in 14 Citibank locations in greater Boston and will open the banking centers under the Webster brand in mid-January, subject to OCC approval.
Webster has USD28.9b in assets and is the parent of Webster Bank National Association and its HSA Bank division.
Following his clerkship, Webster joined the Jackson office of Bradley Arant.
In his new role, Soto will oversee Webster's lending strategy and lead the credit risk management governance program.
Noting that other magazines in the vicinity remained unscathed, Webster recalls resisting "the temptation to blame the parish priest, a difficult sort who used to get his homily ideas from The Wanderer."
Webster photographed the Beach Boys, the Rolling Stones, the Doors, Harry Nilsson, Liza Minnelli, Igor Stravinsky, Henry Mancini, Kirk Douglas, Rock Hudson, Harry Dean Stanton, Cher (and Sonny) and just about anyone else making the scene.
Webster Hall will now be better suited to maximize the artist experience and fan enjoyment by focusing on every detail for each show that Webster Hall hosts, which already includes The Studio at Webster Hall, Marlin Room at Webster Hall, and their new venue Slake (around the corner from Penn Station).
Webster, 54, was jailed for 30 years in 2011 for murdering his first wife Claire Morris in Aberdeenshire and trying to kill his second wife Felicity Drumm in New Zealand.
Their nine new titles continue the Federal Street Press reputation of inexpensive excellence with: Webster's Dictionary for Students: 4th Edition (9781596951235, $3.99); Webster's Dictionary for Students: Special Encyclopedic Editions: Four Edition (9781596951259, $4.49); Webster's For Students Dictionary/Thesaurus Set (9781596951274, $7.99); Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (9781596951129, $3.99); Webster's American English Dictionary/Webster's American English Thesaurus Set (9781596951167, $6.99); Webster's Dictionary & Thesaurus for Students: 2nd Edition (9781596951075, $12.98); Webster's Everyday Spanish-English Dictionary (9781596951174, $3.99).
Malcolm Webster, 52, a qualified nurse, murdered Claire Morris, 32, in a staged car crash in 1994 and fraudulently claimed more than pounds 200,000 from insurance policies following her death.

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