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Caldwell,

city (1990 pop. 18,400), seat of Canyon co., SW Idaho, on the Boise River; inc. 1890. On the site of an Oregon Trail camping ground, the city is a major processing and distribution center for an agricultural and livestock area. Transportation equipment and wood products are manufactured. Caldwell is the seat of Albertson College of Idaho.

Caldwell

Erskine . 1903--87, US novelist whose works include Tobacco Road (1933)
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"We bring the power of one of the largest networks in the country and yet still have the relationship and one-on-one attention an individual agency would look for in a partner," Caldwell said.
Caldwell will serve on the Capacity, Preparedness and Resiliency, or CPR, Subcommittee.
Ninety-five percent of the old furniture, Caldwell said, was reused, sold or donated to local nonprofits.
In January 2015, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson spent 19 days clawing their way towards the top of a seemingly impossible climb on the 3,000 foot vertical face of El Capitan, in Yosemite National Park.
The theme is a society based on justice, equal opportunity and 'love thy neighbor as thyself,'" Caldwell said.
"We are strongly values based," said Caldwell President and CEO Eric Mertz, pointing to a sign listing the company's eight values.
And the Tiger Woods Foundation arranged for Woods (left) to meet Caldwell, who has lung cancer, on the range before teeing off in the first round.
Emily was working in a veterinary clinic as a receptionist at the time," says Caldwell. "We both had an interest in animal welfare.
When Caldwell purchased his Napa Valley property in 1974, he had envisioned a real estate development, but Napa County's agricultural preservation ordinance nixed those plans, and he opted to plant vines instead.
BSF said the combination of these firms will give it added strength to serve clients in key California markets, and will provide Caldwell Leslie's attorneys with a global platform from which to serve existing and future clients.
Caldwell bought her partner a PS10,000 car, her neighbour a PS6,000 motor, and put down a PS24,000 deposit on a new-build Bellway Home.
Dr Caldwell died in Singapore in March, aged 91, and now more than 200 lots of his collection will be sold by Newcastle auctioneers Anderson & Garland in a three-day sale from September 6 to 8.