Fabian


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Fabian

1. of, relating to, or resembling the delaying tactics of the Roman general Q. Fabius Maximus (died 203 bc) who withstood Hannibal while avoiding a pitched battle; cautious; circumspect
2. a member of or sympathizer with the Fabian Society, an association of British socialists founded in 1884
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In response, the OCJ said Fabian had been a 'welcome asset' not only to their office but also the judiciary as a whole, citing her experience after 29 years in the private sector.
Dr Fabian has been a practising counsellor and psychotherapist, offering his services to a variety of patients suffering from depression, anxiety and behavioural problems as well as personality disorders.
Further, Fabian began his career with Procter & Gamble Company and most recently was president of the Max Factor business in Japan and Asia Pacific.
With his mother now looking after Bella and Logan in our house, Fabian rushed back to tell me Bella was happy, breathing and alert.
In the first letter, Middleton wrote to Fabian that she was touched by his "strength of character" and "positive energy," according to (http://www.
Liverpool Magistrates' Court heard how Mr Fabian had been on a night out with his girlfriend when he visited the venue at around 9pm.
The event will be free for paid-up members of the Birmingham Fabians, the Methodist Tax Justice Network and Jubilee Debt Campaign.
BEIRUT: Something like a Latin American breeze passed through Music Hall Wednesday evening, courtesy of the Fabian Bertero Tango Quartet, temporarily transporting the audience to Argentina and setting the scene for an evening of dance.
Fabian said he and his team were over the moon with the award, and said it recognised the dedication and discipline needed to run a successful fish and chip shop.
Caucasians ranked superior due to their larger crania, and it is from this scientific orientation that Fabian examines the scientific climate enshrouding early American physical anthropology.