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Wayland,

town (1990 pop. 11,874), Middlesex co., E Mass., W of Boston; settled c.1638, inc. 1835. Electronic and chemical research is carried on there.
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Moreover, Wayland claims to have found an instance in which George had purchased another parcel of property from Interstate Landscaping for far below market price, and in that case a promissory note of $298,780 was also paid to Shirley rather than her company.
While this conventional wisdom is far from wholly mistaken, it does tend to blur the line between outcomes and intentions: that is, it allows what eventually transpired in the wider sectional conflict--secession and war--to distort our understanding of the motivations and intentions of many clergymen such as Fuller and Wayland, moderate in mind and spirit, who favored church division.
After a brief period of study for the ministry and an even briefer stint asa college tutor, Wayland accepted the pastorate of a Baptist church in Boston, where he remained for four years.
The Boston Globe reports that Wayland officials say they agreed to the settlement to avoid a long legal battle and maintain that the town did nothing wrong, that the plastic containers in question where thought to be contaminated and therefore thrown out.
Owner: MES-Wayland Assisted Living LLC, Wayland, Mass.
He discarded several pages of his work before leaving Wayland prison for the open North Sea Camp jail near Boston, Lincs.
Wayland, which holds 650 inmates, is close to Archer's home in Grantchester, near Cambridge.
Mary Archer will only have a 45-minute drive to visit her husband at Wayland from their home in Grantchester near Cambridge.
The competition is sponsored by Olympus Cameras and Hodder Wayland.
Wayland joined the Department of Justice (DOJ) in 2010 as the Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Enforcement in the Antitrust Division and he was named acting head of the Antitrust Division in April 2012.
Wilcox had given Wayland one-year exclusive rights to sell the land starting from November 2013.
Wayland firmly believed that a college education should be morally formative by instructing students in the ethical principles of the Christian life and cultivating an environment where virtues could be developed and practiced.