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Harte

(Francis) Bret. 1836--1902, US poet and short-story writer, noted for his sketches of Californian gold miners, such as The Luck of Roaring Camp (1870)
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Our partnership with BlueCava will be integral to the success of Total Customer Discovery," said Karen Puckett, CEO, Harte Hanks.
The Central Criminal Court heard Harte, Mr Gunn and two friends had been drinking in a city pub and left in the early hours for the flat being house-sat by one of the men, Kastriot Boza.
The Harte Hanks teams' ideas, creativity and enthusiasm were both inspiring and contagious.
Ironically, Blackpool were one of the clubs who told the 64-times-capped Harte he had no future in the game after Leeds threw him on the scrapheap.
It goes well with the full-flavored items produced by the White Harte kitchen, some of which are enhanced in the cooking process by robust brews.
The Harte Honors College was established in 1998 under the leadership of Dr.
Harte has strugged to keep his place in the Leeds first team this season.
On completion of his new contract, Harte will have served eight years as Tyrone manager.
The last time Bret Harte staged a school play was 1990, said Principal Diane Berger.
And City will do that - having kept tabs on Harte throughout this season through their Spanish network of scouts.
The oil industry started an economic boom - a lot of industry popped up in Newhall,'' said Harte, who gives frequent tours of the preserved town and its surrounding 800 acres, which were given to the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy in 1995.
McCarthy had lodged a bid to bring Harte to Sunderland as he attempts to turn around a nightmare season in the Premiership.