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Hazelwood,

city (1990 pop. 15,324), St. Louis co., E. Mo., a suburb of St. Louis; inc. as a village 1949, city charter approved 1969. Manufactures include aircraft, motor vehicles, microbiology instrumentation, plastics, power tools, medical equipment, and chemicals.
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The Hazelwood site sits on 750 acres adjacent to the Bobcat Gas Storage facility owned by Spectra Energy.
Yesterday at Preston Crown Court, Hazelwood was one of 13 men jailed for a total of 62 years and nine months for their part in a drugs and money laundering gang.
Meanwhile, Lord Hazelwood is not feeling too clever - he has a pain in his chest and that hacking cough doesn't sound any better than last week's episode.
Keith Roberts, who runs a microlight business and saw the tragedy, said Mr Hazelwood was a gifted pilot and "meticulous" with his checks.
Josh Hazelwood bowled in the corridor of uncertainty just outside the batsman's off stump.
The Hazelwood Bar opened on the site in 2012 and is billed as a family-friendly pub, with regular events for local pensioners.
Hazelwood College had reasonable expectation of possession of the time-bound lease by the start of this new academic year.
One year after Hazelwood, Mark Goodman, then-director of the Student Press Law Center, said censorship calls to the SPLC were up 22 percent.
By Art Hazelwood (San Francisco: Freedom Voices, 2011, 84 pp.
Hazelwood as the third bishop of the New England Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America will be filled with sacred solemnity.
He discovered that the IRS had slapped a lien of $473,000 on the property for personal taxes unpaid by the previous owner, Dwight Keith Hazelwood of Little Rock, according to Lindsey's lawsuit filed in Pulaski County Circuit Court.