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Ashby

[′ash·bē]
(geology)
A North American stage of Middle Ordovician geologic time, forming the upper subdivision of Chazyan, and lying above Marmor and below Porterfield.
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Twice-divorced Ashby, who teaches maths, allegedly started seeing the 17-year-old at the school prom in June.
5 million to get it started," said Ashby of Siboney's investors.
As reported in later editions of yesterday's Chronicle, Ian Ashby, 30, who taught at Stanley School of Technology College, until he resigned earlier this year, is charged with possessing cocaine with intent to supply.
Pete Armitage was left scratching his head when mail sent from Australia addressed to "Roy Ashby, a brilliant violinist in a village close to Tamworth, England" landed at the town's delivery office.
Christina Mae Ashby, 23, was formally charged in Lane County Circuit Court with unlawfully and recklessly causing the July death of Mary Louise Johnson of Eugene through abuse or neglect.
The Last Man Standing: Herb Ashby and the Battle of El Alamein, Allen & Unwin, ISBN: 9781741149890, paperback, 248 p.
BET365 have priced up the Mixed Pairs World Matchplay and title holders John Price and Carol Ashby look nailed on at 5-6 to win their semi-final today with Paul Foster and Rosa Gandaro.
NUNEATON manager Roger Ashby knows his players now have extra motivation ahead of their FA Cup third-round replay with Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.
Ashby J, Tinwell H, Lefevre PA, Joiner R, Haseman J.
That kind of safe and fun environment is also available to Cory Ashby, 17, even if not through an official GSA.