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Gardner,

city (1990 pop. 20,125), Worcester co., N central Mass.; settled 1764, inc. as a city 1921. Its furniture and lumber industries date from c.1805. Diversified metal and electronics manufactures add to the city's economic base. A state prison is there.

Gardner

Ava. 1922--90, US film actress. Her films include The Killers (1946), The Sun also Rises (1957), and The Night of the Iguana (1964)
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Actually, I keep in the fridge my Lady Godiva's chocolates, which are also made by Campbell Soup,'' rejoined David Gardner.
At the time, the younger Gardner was in graduate school at the University of Montana.
In November 1993, in their e-mails on AOL to each other, Tom Gardner said he planned to drop AOL since he could get free Internet access through school.
The final night, just before he was going to drop off, he went into the personal finance area and just started putting up notes about the Motley Fool,'' recounted David Gardner.
Tom Gardner offered to give away Motley Fool newsletters for free.
The idea of a center, which Hayes and Gardner had discussed on their own, was pitched to medical center administrators, who liked what they heard.
The painstaking process will continue Saturday as Gardner leads the 5-1 Waves against seventh-ranked Kansas at the Wooden Classic in Anaheim.
Jelani Gardner ultimately asked for a release from his scholarship and transferred to Pepperdine to play for Romar, who, as an assistant coach at UCLA, had been central to the Bruins' recruitment of him.
Jelani Gardner carries the taint around with him to this day, whether he likes it or not.
From the family home in West Covina, Tom Gardner approached the subject as he would an appointment to get his gums scraped.
Jelani Gardner can't look back on the entire Cal experience without reaching, however briefly, the same conclusion.