Needham


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Needham

(nēd`əm), town (1990 pop. 27,557), Norfolk co., E Mass., a suburb of Boston; founded 1680, set off from Dedham and inc. 1711. Although largely residential, paper products, electronic equipment, software, and other items are manufactured there.
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Top instructor Alex Needham and founding member Liv Harrison were keen to get back to competition to work on their development targets.
LOS ANGELES -- Hal Needham, a top Hollywood stuntman who turned to directing rousing action films including "Smokey and the Bandit,'' "The Cannonball Run'' and "Hooper'' has died.
Eugene Needham IV, the current owner and president of S.
Needham, a strong scientist and a staunch advocate for the use of exposure science in public health, passed away on 23 October 2010 after a 2-year battle with renal cell carcinoma.
March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Corporate Directors Group (CDG) today announced that Needham & Company, LLC, a privately held, full-service investment bank, has become a corporate sponsor.
The event was organised by solicitors Needham & James and hosted by Andrew Owen, partner and head of the employment law department.
Burrtec Waste Industries, which holds the city's commercial trash disposal franchise, is drafting the details for a materials recovery facility at the proposed 508-acre Needham Ranch Industrial Park along the undeveloped ridges south of Newhall.
Barbara Bradshaw, 65, Needham Road: ``I don't agree with the situation at all.
Joseph Needham began his career as a biochemist working in embryology.
THE uncle of missing child Ben Needham was last night at the centre of a police investigation in North Wales.
NEW YORK -- Needham & Company, LLC will hold its 2012 Needham Software & Services Conference on Wednesday, June 6, at Needham & Company, LLC's headquarters in New York City.
SHELLEY youngster Tim Needham has been on a journey though Europe in his quest to earn a place in the Great Britain junior taekwondo team.