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Orr

Robert Gordon, known as Bobby. born 1948, Canadian ice-hockey player
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In 1971, ORR expanded beyond safety distribution to establish ORR Protection Systems-one of America's first fire suppression companies.
The painstaking harvest includes Orr snipping each individual stalk with a pair of scissors.
Refusing the application however, District Judge Ken Nixon said Orr had created the lengthy criminal record "by his own hand".
Orr has served on the division's board of governors for seven years.
Orr, who was remanded in custody, will be sentenced later this month.
Orr said: "I didn't deserve what I got in the first place.
But out of total investments amounting to over pounds 145,000 Mr Orr received payments of just under pounds 69,000 leaving a shortfall of pounds 76,327.
ORR will do everything it can to ensure that the prosecution proceeds as quickly as possible.
Orr knocked in Mykal Stokes, who had singled, with a double for a 3-1 Ems lead in the third.
Orr is Chair of Excellence and an assistant professor in the Austin Peay State University School of Nursing in Clarksville, Tenn.
Orr was sentenced at Warwick Crown Court last March to four-and-a-half years in jail for burglary offences.
Orr earned a BA degree from Pomona College in 1937 and an MBA from the Stanford University in 1939.