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Ashby

[′ash·bē]
(geology)
A North American stage of Middle Ordovician geologic time, forming the upper subdivision of Chazyan, and lying above Marmor and below Porterfield.
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Ashby remained in custody Friday at the Lane County Jail.
Dornan has extensively interviewed Herb Ashby and so the reader gets to see the war through Ashby's eyes.
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NUNEATON manager Roger Ashby knows his players now have extra motivation ahead of their FA Cup third-round replay with Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.
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That kind of safe and fun environment is also available to Cory Ashby, 17, even if not through an official GSA.
Ashby was sentenced by the District Court on December 2, 2002, to 300 hours community work and ordered to pay reparation of $8590 and $25,000 respectively.
Andy Ashby will have ``Tommy John'' surgery on his right elbow, officially ending his three-year stint as a Dodger and perhaps ending his major-league career.
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More and more Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking people are moving to the Bay Area," says Hollis Ashby, associate director of Cal Performances and a member of the series' advisory committee.