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Culpeper

Nicholas. 1616--54, English herbalist and astrologer; his unauthorized translation (1649) of the College of Physicians' Pharmacopoeia and his Herbal (1653) popularized herbalism
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Culpepper, MHP principal and chief creative officer, said he misses what the ADDYs once represented, "the very best that the talented professionals in our market produced each year." But he said "a number of triggers" dampened MHP's enthusiasm, eventually pushing the firm to drop out.
C., thanks to Culpepper who was a member of the jury for the Slovak Ekotopfilm festival last year, where she noticed Balaz's film.
Under the terms of his employment agreement, Culpepper's termination was based on the investigation conducted by the special committee of the company's board of directors regarding improper expense reimbursements.
"Our research told us what gamers wanted," Culpepper says.
"In order to make a rug that will be durable enough for outdoor use, it is best to use a larger, solution dyed yarn," said Culpepper. "The PET yarns we are using now are finer in order to give the soft, silky hand that have become the calling card for Karastan rugs...
"Ed Culpepper was well loved and served our Arizona credit unions with passion and heart," Scott Earl, president/CEO of the Mountain West Credit Union Association, stated.
Tim Culpepper, a Military Intelligence officer in the U.S.
1542: "I die a Queen but I would rather have died the wife of Culpepper," - said to be the last words of Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII, before she was beheaded on Tower Green.
Pierce County Superior Court Judge Ronald Culpepper issued the ruling after extensive arguments over whether Initiative 502, the voter-approved state law that legalizes adults' recreational use of marijuana, left any room for such local bans.
Sagesse started strongly thanks to their American guard Randy Culpepper, who played his second match in Lebanon, as the visitors led 24-15 by the end of the first quarter.