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Culpeper

Nicholas. 1616--54, English herbalist and astrologer; his unauthorized translation (1649) of the College of Physicians' Pharmacopoeia and his Herbal (1653) popularized herbalism
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HOUSTON -- Michael Gilbert and Kris Culpepper have joined the DaCott Energy Management team as Managing Partners.
They bumped next to religious revival within the company," principle Chip Culpepper said.
In a 3,000-meter race loaded with strong runners, Culpepper emerged victorious and with a meet record in hand.
But in half-decent weather (that's the best it will be), New York can't do to Culpepper what it did to Donovan McNabb.
In the men's category, Alan Culpepper won the half marathon with a time of 1:07:57; Jason Parks, Broomfield, finished second with a time of 1:14:00; and Denver resident John Nichols finished third with a time of 1:15:19.
This film was very clever and well done," said Chip Culpepper, creative director at advertising firm Mangan Holcomb Rainwater Cufpepper, who was on the three-person judging panel.
MR COOL: Rich Gannon; IN A JAM: Jamal Lewis must rush if the Ravens are to move on; VI-KING: Daunte Culpepper
Theological education, in a state of revision for many denominations, was explored by Alan Culpepper, dean of the McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University.
Carrie Tollefson, Shayne Culpepper and Jen Toomey were ranked Nos.
Active participation would seem to be a Culpepper family trait.
Culpepper passed for two touchdowns as the Vikings prevailed for the sixth time with a 28-20 victory over the Denver Broncos (5-2).