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Thomas. ?1572--?1632, English dramatist and pamphleteer, noted particularly for his comedy The Shoemaker's Holiday (1600) and his satirical pamphlet The Gull's Hornbook (1609)
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Stanley Black & Decker is among 113 companies to be awarded a position on the Climate A List in recognition of its actions to reduce emissions and mitigate climate change in the past reporting year.
Criminal charges against Decker were dropped but Voudouri was eventually convicted of stealing PS10.
Manning and Decker were among several Broncos, including the newly acquired Wes Welker, who spent this week training at Duke University's football facilities.
The most seriously injured was the driver of the single decker bus, who suffered a minor head injury.
Stanley Black & Decker joins several other industrial conglomerates in selling off units to focus on faster-growing businesses.
He leaves two daughters, Tricia Decker of Roscoe, NY and Tracy Decker of Walden, NY; two brothers, George Decker of Chester, NY and Steven Decker of Warwick, NY; three sisters, Michelle Day of St.
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Although Black & Decker conceded that tax avoidance was its sole motivation for the transaction, the court held that the second part of the definition was not satisfied, as the transaction did contain economic substance.
A member of FEI's Silicon Valley Chapter, and CFO since 2000, Decker spoke with Financial Executive's Managing Editor Ellen M.
Curry and Decker indicate that most street gangs hold meetings, often on an irregular basis.
And Donna Decker of the Donna Decker School of Ballet, with studios in Norwich and Oneonta in upstate New York, has been producing hers for fourteen years.
Decker got involved with a fellow she met there, and he drew her into the Minutemen, an anti-communist paramilitary group.