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Michel , Duc d'Elchingen. 1769--1815, French marshal, who earned the epithet Bravest of the Brave at the battle of Borodino (1812) in the Napoleonic Wars. He rallied to Napoleon on his return from Elba and was executed for treason (1815)
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The fire began on the kitchen stove of a double-wide manufactured home and spread into the cabinetry and into the wall, Ney said.
Ney is also fearful of water in general - avoiding swimming pools, lakes and trips to the seaside.
Ney accepted international and domestic trips, meals and drinks, concert and sporting tickets and tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions.
After almost getting killed in a shootout by a gangster named Faisal (Farid Regragui), Ney plots his revenge.
Imagine if Ney's opponent had $500,000--enough to hire a research staff and buy some radio ads raising questions about, for example, the odd statements that Ney introduced into the Congressional Record in support of Abramoff's casino-boat franchise.
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Former Ney Metals Vice President Ron Mayer retains that title with Belmont Metals and former Ney Metals General Manager Herbert J.
Phillip Ney, have lectured and published widely on issues of medical ethics.
Peter Jones, 32, was jailed at Chester Crown Court in August 2002, after pleading guilty to the manslaughter of 46-year-oldBill Ney.
Businessman Bill Ney never regained consciousness following the unprovoked attack on September 1 last year, and he died four days later in hospital.
Robert Ney (B-Ohio) and CBC member Albert Wynn (D-Md.