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Ashby

[′ash·bē]
(geology)
A North American stage of Middle Ordovician geologic time, forming the upper subdivision of Chazyan, and lying above Marmor and below Porterfield.
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CONTACT: John Ashby, Cellular: (403) 870-2672, (312) 922-4400; Joan Crockatt, (403) 455-7127, (403) 614-6116
The daughter of John Ashby, a leading show-business agent who has managed Cilla Black, Petula Clark and Matt Monro, she had longed to be a star herself.
The real man in Melanie's life is her partner of nearly five years, John Ashby, a showbiz agent and manager who she met in the early Nineties.
Others involved are Mr Jim Kennedy, executive director of Supermarket to Asia; Mr Maurice Crotti, managing director of San Remo Macaroni (food processing); Mr John Ashby, director Asia-Pacific of AT Kearney (logistics and chain management); Mr David Farley, marketing director of Kahlbetzer Investments (cotton, cattle & cereals); Mr Ian Donges, president of the National Farmers Federation; Ms Bev Clarke, first assistant secretary of Food & Agribusiness Industries Division; and Ms Lyndel Jack, national manager of Austrade's agribusiness division.
Concert organiser John Ashby said: "I decided to organise the concert because it's a great way of getting people together to help raise vital funds.
It was carrying survival equipment including tents and food, according to New Zealand Search and Rescue Mission Co-ordinator John Ashby.
Former Wales flanker Rob Appleyard, a member of the Wales Under-20 coaching team, and fitness specialist John Ashby had been temporarily pulled out of Rodney Parade.
Pc Medley's colleague, Pc John Ashby, chased and arrested the offender.
Barry Manilow's Copacabana is produced by Pittsburgh CLO and Dallas Summer Musicals, in association with Garry Kief, John Ashby and Stiletto Entertainment.
Driver John Ashby claimed he was injured when the steering wheel of his forklift spun out of control after it skidded through a spilt jar of the relish.