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Carver

A craftsperson who is skilled in the ornamental engraving and cutting of wood or stone, in various forms of relief.
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The dismissal of Blackwell at Elland Road opened the way for Carver and he took charge of the team for the midweek Carling Cup win against Queens Park Rangers.
Deborah Wright, chairman and CEO of Carver Federal Savings Bank, said, "We applaud Apollo's recognition that local insight is an important ingredient in promoting successful real estate development in New York's inner cities.
Sea a traves de un padre que se pelea a puno limpio con otro por la travesura de su nino o de un hombre que decide abandonar un perro para empezar a cambiar su vida, Carver tiene la facilidad de sacudimos de forma irremediable.
George, who took the surname of Moses Carver who raised him, had to face difficulties other than his poverty, frail health, and orphaned status.
Tony Biddle and Mark van Rooij have transferred from Biddle's board to become non-executive directors on the Carver board.
Carver was in the saddle when the mare, on whom he has won six times, finished third in the cantorindex.
This question is asked by Raymond Carver in a review of Richard Brautigan's Tokyo-Montana Express.
The sharpest cortisol declines occurred in women who entered the study with pessimistic views of their lives and then reported psychological growth after group therapy, Carver says.
This edition of the complete works of Robert Carver (ca.
4), Nesset insists that his critical priority is not with the social problems of American life as these are reflected by Carver, but in the ways these stories 'present those problems', with the writing itself, rather than its field of social experience.
Robert Carver is the dominant figure among pre-Reformation Scottish musicians.
Today's point man in that movement is Nevada county commissioner/bulldozer operator Richard Carver, whose room and dad opened a modest restaurant and bar deep in the Nevada desert in 1938.