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Hurst

(hŭrst),
Edward Weston, 20th-century Australian physician. See: Hurst disease.

Hurst

(hŭrst),
Arthur Frederick (born Hertz), English physician, 1879-1944. See: hertz.
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In 1886, Hurst said, his grandfather was working on the railroads and living in Buena Vista, Colo.
Hurst would send money back to Tipton, working in Little Rock.
Although Tipton & Hurst doesn't have greenhouses anymore, at one point the company had almost 50,000 SF of greenhouse space.
Today, Tipton & Hurst is the largest independent florist in Arkansas, with about 50 employees in four retail locations.
Mrs Hurst's three children, John, 52, Larry, 51, and Lorna, 48, vowed to fight to keep their mum in the family home and got in touch with the ECHO to see if we could help.
Mrs Hurst's family have done most of the repairs, recarpeting, decorating and home improvements themselves over the years.
Tending the front and back garden, covered in flower beds, cropped grass and shrubs, was a labour of love for Mr and Mrs Hurst in their spare time.
n Pennsylvania Dutch country, where horse-drawn buggies are still as common as Bmws, the Hurst family has a problem.
Hurst says he expects to do $15 million in sales for 1990.
" Many of our customers like to buy produce from local farmers, " says Hurst. The store's decor reinforces the image with antique tractors and wheelbarrows positioned above the cases.
If it had not been for persistent and brave lawyers, bosses like Joe Hurst would have continued to get away with stuffing ballot boxes and sending the graveyard in to vote.
For his own political career, it was an unalloyed blessing when Joe Hurst's political machine was broken up.