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Haden

Charles (Edward). born 1937, US jazz bassist
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Instructors will lead an hour-long circuits class in nearby Haden Hill Park.
Petra Haden has great taste in music and is a true movie lover.
Geoff Haden, a consultant to Tourism Swansea Bay, said the weakness of the pound against the euro has led to consumers from Southern Ireland heading across the border to Ulster to make their purchases.
Haden has been leading his jazz-classical-folk hybrid Liberation Music Orchestra since 1969, when political activism and protest music were fashionable (and, just as today, labeled as ``unpatriotic'' by the sitting Republican president).
Haden Young's managing director David Beck and director of the building services contractor's Midlands and Southern Region, Alex Currie presented the outcome of the company's fourth National Customer Survey to more than 70 leading clients from the construction industry.
The club had to admit an own-goal after five-year-old Thomas Haden spotted tickets for the Birmingham City game were dated Sunday, March 24, 2001 instead of 2002.
3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Riordan Lewis & Haden | Equity Partners (RLH) is pleased to announce that our portfolio company, CyberCoders Holdings, Inc.
Haden Old Hall, in Cradley Heath, is believed to have been built in the late 1600s, although little else is known of its history.
Her brother, Donald Haden III, discovered the body in the second-floor apartment.
Haden Building Services Division has taken 12,000 sq ft of ground-floor space at the building, which has been developed speculatively in a joint venture between Landmark Securities and Robert Hitchins.
Elegant Italian pianist Pieranunzi has found like-minded players in bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motion, with whom he collaborated last year on ``Fellini Jazz.
Leaders of Birmingham City Council have now agreed to offer the college a new site at Haden Circus, close to the city centre.