A member of the Security Pro executive committee, Whitehead
was surprised after he missed an annual conference to get several messages from other board members representing larger companies all over the United States expressing their regret at having missed him.
The right of adopted children to trace their biological parents was a passion of Phillip Whitehead
and, as the Labour MP for Derby North, he sponsored the Children's Bill (1975), which did that.
They're going to be all great backs by the time they leave here,' Whitehead
She went to live at a Toxteth women's refuge for victims of domestic violence but Whitehead
tracked her down, punched her and bit her nose.
In the 1920s, British mathematician and educator Alfred North Whitehead
wrote an essay titled "The Rhythm of Education," in which he discussed the progression of a student in a formal learning situation.
recently, "Turning to the present day, the close identification of evangelical churches and organizations with the Republican Party, and in particular the current Bush Administration, has, in the opinion of some, resulted in their being manipulated and co-opted by political power.
Dyfed-Powys Police were informed that Ms Whitehead
was returning to Britain and alerted colleagues in Leeds.
The move required extensive coordination among many commands, agencies and civilian partners, said Whitehead
Deputies stopped the car as it left the area and arrested Whitehead
without incident, police said.
In an example of the software's speed, Spann and Whitehead
ran through several simulations of a part within minutes, adjusting and comparing flows until they reached the desired outcome.
has joined Domestications, a division of Hanover Direct Inc.
Luke Rendell and Hal Whitehead
of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, will publish a synthesis of cetacean research in an upcoming BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES.