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Holbrook,

town (1990 pop. 11,041), Norfolk co., E Mass.; settled 1710, set off from RandolphRandolph,
town (1990 pop. 30,093), Norfolk co., E Mass.; settled c.1710, set off from Braintree and inc. 1793. A suburb of Boston, it has diverse light manufacturing.
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 and inc. 1872. It has both agriculture and light manufacturing.
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Two were members of the Fighting Groups, and the third, Grace Holbrook, entered a group the following year, and six months later was executed by the Iron Heel.
For more than 11 years, Arizona energy therapist Julie Holbrook has dedicated her life to helping clients create healthy and successful lifestyles.
A 10-year lease for The Holbrook Karate and Fitness Center.
Mark Holbrook, the 36-year president/CEO of the $1 billion Evangelical Christian Credit Union will retire on May 31, the Brea, Calif.
Best known for North American Herpetology, John Edwards Holbrook (1794-1871) also published several ichthyological works, the most important of which was his Ichthyology of South Carolina (18556, 1860).
Persimmon Homes South Midlands has been granted permission to build 100 new homes on land off Holbrook Way - north of St Paul's cemetery - with homes ranging from two to four-bedroom properties.
Construction of the Holbrook Bypass is the last major project on the Hume Highway.
Says author Michael Holbrook, “We stop giving the other person the attention or love they desire or crave.
Abandoned by his mother and father when he was two, Holbrook and his two sisters each commenced their separate journeys of survival.
ISLAMABAD, December 16, 2010 (Frontier Star): Nawaz Sharif has written a letter to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and condoled the death of Ambassador Richard Holbrook "It is with a profound sense of deep grief that I received the shocking news of the passing away of Ambassador Richard Holbrook.
The crowd sang happy 175th birthday to Mark Twain before the lights went down at the Clemens Center, then laughed along with the nearest incarnation of the late author and humorist: Hal Holbrook.
First published in 1953 and re-issued here with a new introduction, this work by Oregon journalist and historian Stewart Holbrook (1893-1964) profiles various capitalist tycoons of the late 1800s and early 1900s, including John D.