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Hurst,

city (1990 pop. 33,574), Tarrant co., N Tex., a suburb of Fort Worth; inc. 1952. Helicopters, aviation parts, draperies, and bedspreads are manufactured. The city has benefited from the growth of high-technology and defense-related industries in the Dallas–Ft. Worth metropolitan area.
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Following this overview, Hurst introduces the mobilizational legal regimes that emerged in China and Indonesia from the early 1950s to late 1970s.
At that time, nearly every drag racer was familiar with Hurst's products.
Judge Timothy Petts, sitting with magistrates, threw out the appeal and said Hurst had lied.
Hurst, Truett-Hurst president, chief executive officer and director will join Precept to focus on national and exclusive brands.
Hurst, whose Wembley hat-trick in the 1966 World Cup final provided the English game with its finest hour, can see the wider benefits of selling.
Hurst will join current co-organizers Martin Eichenbaum, the Charles Moskos Professor of Economics at Northwestern University, and Jonathan Parker, the Robert C.
Dottie Ardina battled back from four down with a late birdie binge but ran out of holes and settled for second with a 68 in the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women's Health Classic ruled by American Vicky Hurst at The Links at Stoney Point Golf Club in Greenwood, South Carolina Sunday.
Arrogant James Hurst, from Sutton Coldfield, also boasted: "I'm a star" and invited officers to Google him, Llandudno magistrates had been told.
Former Wrexham AFC fullback James Hurst, 26, failed to turn up for a trial at Llandudno magistrates' court.
Paul Hurst faces former fellow 'pupil' Danny Cowley at Wembley today - just two years after letting him copy his non-League homework.