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North Tyneside

a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop.: 190 800 (2003 est.). Area: 84 sq. km (32 sq. miles)
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Two of the three Americans were identified as Barbara Stevens, 33, and her nine-month-old son Nathan.
Banquet emcee and Houston Comets four-time WNBA Champion Head Coach Van Chancellor, Russell Athletic's Carol Mabe, Life University Head Coach Sharon Baldwin (NAIA), Notre Dame Head Coach Muffet McGraw (NCAA Division I), Seward County Community College Head Coach Jim Littell (JC/CC), Ohio Wesleyan University Head Coach Nan Carney-DeBord (NCAA Division III), Bentley College Head Coach Barbara Stevens (NCAA Division II), Russell Athletic's Rishal Stanciel and WBCA CEO Beth Bass.
LGC chief executive, Barbara Stevens, has said that falling population in some areas of Knowsley means there are wide inequalities in the number of people represented by the borough's 66 councillors.
The comic, who achieved worldwide stardom for his 1960s partnership with the late Peter Cook, was also accompanied today by his 76-year-old sister Barbara Stevens, also in a wheelchair.
2010 _ Barbara Stevens of Division II Bentley University becomes the fifth coach in NCAA women's basketball to reach 800 victories.
Deputy chairman will be Coun Barbara Stevens, of Tynemouth.
Barbara Stevens, 58, said: "I have read both sides of the argument so far and I firmly believe there is not enough evidence yet to go to war.
His sister, Barbara Stevens, who lives in the Cotswolds, said: "It's wonderful that he was able to fly over.
Barbara Stevens, chief executive of the LGCE, says falling population in some areas of Knowsley means there are wide inequalities in the number of people represented by the borough's 66 councillors.
conventional ports conducted by Barbara Stevens, RN, OCN, CCRA of the Toledo Clinic, Toledo, Ohio.
After 25 years working with cancer patients, 63-year-old oncology nurse Barbara Stevens knew how scary a diagnosis could be.
VICTORY: Labour's Brian Burdis, left and Steve Cox, second left, look stunned as Conservative candidates Barbara Stevens and JonJo Macnamara celebrate after taking the Collingwood ward in North Tyneside