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Hazelwood,

city (1990 pop. 15,324), St. Louis co., E. Mo., a suburb of St. Louis; inc. as a village 1949, city charter approved 1969. Manufactures include aircraft, motor vehicles, microbiology instrumentation, plastics, power tools, medical equipment, and chemicals.
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The Hazelwood coal-mine fire burned for 45 days in early 2014, making it the largest and longest-running mine fire in the Latrobe Valley.
Hazelwood reportedly stalked the two teenagers and shot them behind a Publix in Roswell.
As Earth Island Journal reported last year, the Hazelwood plant gained notoriety over the past decade due to concerns about the sheer level of emissions released from the burning of brown coal there.
Hazelwood reframed Tinker by broadening school-sponsored speech to include all student expression in a curriculum supervised by faculty.
The case against Ms Hazelwood and chairman of the Bala Lake Railway Trust Julian Birley, who funded the project and owns the actual locomotive Alice, was due before the Royal Court of Justice.
Hazelwood claimed five for 50 and all-rounder Marsh (three for 32) removed Darren Bravo, Marlon Samuels and Johnson Charles in a spell of three for seven to break the back of the West Indies reply after Australia had set them 271 for victory.
This compilation CD contains two dozen Lee Hazelwood compositions.
Keith Roberts, who runs a microlight business and saw the tragedy, said Mr Hazelwood was a gifted pilot and "meticulous" with his checks.
The Hazelwood Bar opened on the site in 2012 and is billed as a family-friendly pub, with regular events for local pensioners.
More than 200 pupils were sent home from Hazelwood Integrated College in North Belfast yesterday as they were unable to use new mobile classrooms on land belonging to the Belfast Education and Library Board.
Hazelwood stated that such a car was a notable gap in the company's present range.
Retreating from Tinker, the Hazelwood court said public school officials could censor student expression that, while neither disruptive nor harmful to individual students, was--in the court's sweeping decision--inconsistent with the educational goals of the school.