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Butterfield

William. 1814--1900, British architect of the Gothic Revival; his buildings include Keble College, Oxford (1870) and All Saints, Margaret Street, London (1849--59)
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Butterfield, director of Antelope Valley Hospital's Healthy Homes program, will be honored with nine other women at a March 11 luncheon at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
To assist with the transition, as well as the ongoing management and growth of the acquired business, Butterfield intends to offer positions to a majority of those Deutsche Bank employees available to transfer along with the acquired business.
The acquisition of Deutsche Bank's Global Trust Solutions business announced in October will provide Butterfield with a Singapore trust company.
It might be suggested, said Mr Butterfield, that Rafiq had been put under pressure to repay the money, even going as far as allegations of extortion - but that could not justify what the defendant was to do on that night.
plans to remain its space at 700 Butterfield Road and expand to a total of 4,822 square feet at the building.
His lawyer told Teesside Crown Court that ex-soldier Butterfield described it as a "generational thing".
Butterfield said the state Revenue Estimating Conference is projecting a decline in the fines, fees, and costs that fund the clerk both for the remainder of this year and several years to come.
But when Weimann had a shot blocked in the 18th minute after swapping passes with Chris Martin to power into the box, Butterfield pounced on the loose ball and fired past a stranded McGregor.
Despite making it clear he wanted to join the Rams, Butterfield (right) featured, and did well, in Town's next two games, at Fulham and at home to QPR, taking his appearance tally to 52.
Butterfield is rated A3 for long-term deposits, Prime-2 for short-term deposits, A3 for issuer rating and Baa1 for subordinated debt.
No architect's work had more abuse hurled at it than that of William Butterfield (1814-1900), the bicentenary of whose birth is being celebrated this year.
Brendan McDonagh, Butterfield s Chairman & Chief Executive Officer said, Cayman is an important financial jurisdiction and a key domestic market for Butterfield.