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Libby

Willard Frank. 1908--80, US chemist, who devised the technique of radiocarbon dating: Nobel prize for chemistry 1960
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Libby had eye cancer treatment in the US paid for by the NHS, but funding was not given to Mia.
Libby was a charter member of our Branch when the charter was granted in 1967.
Young girls here are told this is what you can do in three or four years if you keep working hard like Libby.
At only nine years of age Libby, from Billingham, has time to hone her skills with the racquet, so who knows what the future may hold.
And no one damned Dad for hiding in a bar--not even Libby.
And tomorrow they will present a cheque for PS35,000 to Birmingham Women's Hospital, where Libby Mae was born.
Name: Libby Byrne Age: 11 Lives: Kensington Strengths: Art, P.
Elizabeth, 41, of Fenham, Newcastle, said: "It is a miracle that Libby is here with us today.
Libby was named in court papers as Elizabeth Ann Elliot or McRae, of Ellon, Aberdeenshire.
Libby, a 41-year-old mother of five, whose battered and partially nude body was discovered Aug.
Voted Best Boutique in Mississippi in 2011 and One of the Best Boutiques in the country by Elle Magazine in 2012, Libby Story has become synonymous with creative fashion, Libby Story has also received national praise by other publications such as Nylon Blog, Refinery 29, Daily Candy, Greedy Girl, Seventeen Magazine and more, with Libby's handmade jewelry line, Lenna Agnes, gracing the pages of Lucky Magazine.