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Hines

Earl, known as Earl "Fatha" Hines. 1905--83, US jazz pianist, conductor, and songwriter
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Hines Supply: The Extraordinary Story of the Edward Hines Lumber Company," chronicles the evolution of the company, from delivering lumber using horse-pulled wagons to an industry leader providing a full range of building products, including lumber, roofing, siding, millwork, cabinets and decking, while using the latest in distribution technology.
Duncan Hines was born in Kentucky in 1880 and found success as a traveling salesman in Chicago.
Hines did not threaten any of the lawyers with physical harm, but did tell one he planned to report him to the state Board of Bar Overseers.
This is the ninth time Hines has been recognized by the EPA and the sixth time Hines has received the Sustained Excellence Award.
The properties are currently managed by Argent, which retains an asset management role working alongside Hines and Moorfield.
THE financial crisis at West Ham has provided at least one positive spin-off for manager Gianfranco Zola - the emergence of striker Zavon Hines.
xiii-xiv; essay "Earl 'Fatha' Hines and the Art of the Jazz Piano Solo," p.
LES Hines must be non-league football's most travelled man.
Prosecutors say Watkins was beaten and shot by gang members Hines recruited.
But scratch all you want: The biggest dance musical of the season is probably going to be Hot Feet--a retooling of The Red Shoes to a funk soundtrack by Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White that's been conceived, choreographed, and directed by Maurice Hines.
has named JOHN HINES senior vice president and chief financial officer.
NATHAN Hines has a gentleman's agreement with Perpignan that will thwart any immediate moves for the lock to resume his international career.