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cruse

a small earthenware container used, esp formerly, for liquids
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Contact Cruse CRUSE Bereavement Care Wales' vision is that all bereaved people have somewhere to turn when someone dies.
Cruse is responsible for leading OticPharma's information technology/systems, facilities, and project management functions and will provide support for ongoing business development activities.
Cruse Bereavement Care provides a tailored bereavement service based on the support needed.
Anyone interested in volunteering should contact: Cruse Bereavement Care Birmingham - 0121 687 8011 or email: enquiries@crusebirmingham.
Cruse ran off but another member of staff saw what was going on and recognised the defendant.
Cruse, 60, swerved in an attempt to miss her grandson.
He took Cruse to task for failing to define his basic concepts, vicious scapegoating, and ignoring the existing African-American culture that was forged from the stubborn survivals and creolization of African ethnic cultures with European and indigenous cultures.
Cruse leads a programme that has delivered over PS50m of investment into the grass roots of English cricket.
American Vicki Cruse, 40, was the only person on board and there were no other injuries, said police.
Dan is probably one of the most adaptable people I ve ever met," said Randy Cruse, business manager at the Boilermakers Local 83 union in Kansas City, Missouri.
The Hot-head Paisan creator's illustrations might not have the polish exhibited by, say, Alison Bechdel or Howard Cruse, but her work has a jagged richness of its own.
The staffing situation will be desperate in July, so any help will be appreciated," said a letter from a church partner in Dodoma, Tanzania to Jill Cruse, co-ordinator for the Volunteers in Mission (VIM) program of the Anglican Church of Canada.