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Haden

Charles (Edward). born 1937, US jazz bassist
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They opted for Haden Cross because they felt Haden Hill would be confused with the neighbouring leisure centre.
Haden is also accused of an earlier house burglary in Crescent Close, Wrexham, when a TV and DVDs worth PS800 were allegedly stolen.
Theia's friendships are strong, and her feelings for Haden will resonate with many teen readers.--Kelly Czarnecki.
Maclellan said in a statement Haden is part of its non-core operations.
Meanwhile, Miss Haden's and Mr West-bury's wedding plans are also moving ahead, with the ceremony due to take place in 2008.
Mourie, one of the most respected figures in New Zealand rugby, was standing next to Haden when the big lock cheated.
Haden drove this advance through a development focus on process quality and reliability.
Anyone with information for PC Haden can phone him on 01788 541111 extension 3710.
Michael Luttig concurred with Niemeyer, but wrote of Haden's "utterly bewildering treatment of this relatively straightforward case.
Although the billing on the cover of this CD might lead you to think that some of the cuts might find Charlie Haden and Ralph Towner sitting in with Metheny and the Heaths, this is not the case.
Wayne Baxter, managing director at Haden Freeman, attributes the success to the increased buoyancy and investment in the North-east engineering and manufacturing industries.
Geoff Haden, who restored and now runs the Dylan Thomas Birthplace at 5, Cwmdonkin Drive in Swansea's Uplands after the local council gave up the lease, said: "Time is of the essence as the developers of Hotel Chelsea have told Artie that they are blocking up the doorway and tearing up parts of the apartment to make way for a maintenance stairwell."