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Bart

Lionel. 1930--99, British composer and playwright. His musicals include Oliver (1960)
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Six lengths back in fifth at the top of the stretch, John Henry responded to a Shoemaker hand ride and caught The Bart at the wire.
Naming principals is no longer a priority for the directors of the Paris Opera Ballet," Bart said.
Marc Datelle, president of Cypress Care, said: "I'm proud to welcome David George and Bart Hester to the company both as investors and as important additions to our growing management team.
Box: (1) When it comes to Bart, the writing's on the board (See Text)
From Friday, September 1st to Thursday, September 14th, 101 BART "Golden Ticket" ticketbacks will be randomly distributed system-wide to BART commuters, giving lucky commuters a chance to win instant prizes.
It was nervy of Bart to try to include his sister-in-law and her husband when you barely know his wife.
FSN Bay Area and BART will produce basketball card themed-BART tickets for the remainder of the 2005-2006 NBA season, highlighting select players from the Golden State Warriors and featuring the network's Warriors telecast schedule printed on the tickets.
BART has an average of 320,000 daily San Francisco Bay Area riders and carries almost two million unique passengers annually.
The original contract, valued at roughly $44 million, provided for procurement and installation of new fare collection equipment throughout the BART system.