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Gaskell

Mrs. married name of Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson. 1810--65, English novelist. Her novels include Mary Barton (1848), an account of industrial life in Manchester, and Cranford (1853), a social study of a country village
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There will definitely be a strong focus on developing the Booze Buster brand, which will continue to provide a local community service for our customers and offer strong discounts; said Gaskell.
WHAT would Dickie Gaskell have made of betting exchanges?
The Gaskell men, through several generations, seem to have been taciturn and frequently depressed, and at first we are led to regard this as a misfortune for the women.
Whereas Victorian critics frequently castigated Gaskell for revealing too much about Bronte's life, gender critics have sometimes castigated her for revealing too little.
The district court elected to view the "qualifying event" as the point at which David Gaskell experienced a loss of coverage because of the reduction in hours.
Gaskell said on 938 parcels throughout the city used in the survey, cap rates were used that varies from 8 percent to 17 percent.
Gaskell says he thought this would be a daunting prospect, but that the Wasps environment and friendly culture made it straightforward.
Oliver Wright this year went on to become Junior Net Champion with a magnificent net 64 and James Gaskell has been confirmed as the Harrogate Union Player of the Year and wins the prestigious Norman Whitehead Trophy.
Gaskell had missed six matches and Lomax had been sidelined for four games - and both were among the tryscorers.
UK faculty rejected Gaskell largely because of online lecture notes where he states "there are significant scientific problems in evolutionary theory" which "are bigger than is usually made out in introductory geology/biology courses.
SALE received a major boost last night after scans revealed skipper James Gaskell has not broken his leg.
Gaskell of Sarasota, Florida formally of Worcester and Harwich, MA.