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beadle

1. (formerly, in the Church of England) a minor parish official who acted as an usher and kept order
2. (in Scotland) a church official attending on the minister
3. Judaism a synagogue attendant
4. an official in certain British universities and other institutions
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About Zane Beadles Parade Foundation Founded by Zane Beadles, #68 of the Denver Broncos, the Zane Beadles Parade Foundation aims to enrich the lives of children and youth through new experiences.
Beadle is not a sadist, and most definitely is not a disciplinarian, but one gets the impression he would rather enj oy drawing blood from a foe; and he has got plenty of them.
Philip Beadle, the artist formerly known as Philip Kane, is now the unlikely pin-up boy of the nation's staff rooms.
Prior to the BRC, Beadles was a solicitor with Blake Lapthorn and Stewarts for eight years.
Leon's tearful older sister Anne shook with anger and said: "I never want anything to do with that man Beadle.
Motor neurone disease victim Leon, 60, killed himself with a cocktail of drugs in a hotel room in 1989 after asking close friend Beadle to help him.
Beadles will share valuable insight on how organizations can build an effective network access control strategy on a panel moderated by Pete Lindstrom, research director for Spire Security, a market research and analysis firm.
com), Mark Beadles oversees ENDFORCE's product architecture, security, and standards compliance.
In addition, Beadles opened a United Country franchise in Thomas, Okla.
Beadles has been a licensed Auctioneer and real estate professional in several states for more than 34 years.
Beadles joins Nortech Systems after a 24-year career in sales and management with high-tech companies, most recently with ReyHan PGF, Eagan, Minn.
Photo: A high-resolution digital photo of Patrick Beadles is available by contacting Warren Djerf at warren@brookcomm.