Nasby

Nasby

nickname for U.S. postmasters. [Am. Usage: Brewer Dictionary, 745–746]
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SAMIR Nasby kept up the pressure on the league leaders with a 3-1 victory over Beast Rummage Albion at PitchIN Wavetree.
and Carrie Nasby Professor Emeritus of New Testament, Luther Seminary, St.
May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Second Harvest Heartland, the Upper Midwest's largest hunger-relief organization, has honored David Nasby, former vice president of the General Mills Foundation and founder of the nation's first food bank network, with its inaugural Hunger Heroes Director's Award.
He will take over the role of squaddie Nasby after Nabil Stuart's injury put him out.
She failed to yield and her 2002 GMC pickup was struck in the driver's side by a 1988 Freightliner log truck driven by Albert Nasby, 66, of North Bend.
5) and Bill Nasby visited with us, and testified about their recoveries.
That was just how Zoe's owners, Wayne and Linda Nasby, hoped the dog would react.
Designed to build their confidence and self esteem, staff nurse Jenny Nasby said the aim was to show them they are not alone.
Nasby engages Avaalaaqiaq through an essay compiling excerpts from Avaalaaqiaq's memoirs with skilled commentary composed from ethnographic (especially from Rasmussen's 1931 report on the Fifth Thule Expedition), administrative, historical and art specialist's resources to broaden context for the reader.
Nasby, Judith, Irene Avaalaaqiaq: Myth and Reality.