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Phebe

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Phoebe

(both: fē`bē), in the New Testament, deaconess at Cenchrea.
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Garfee Williams in 2012 as Medical Director at Phebe Hospital is said to be falling into trouble over his alleged defense in favor of four individuals suspended for alleged corrupt motive.The concerned citizens and the health workers have stressed the need for Dr.
General Dynamics CEO Phebe Novakovic says Silicon Valley companies should work with the US government, noting that it is "troubling" some firms do not want to work with the Pentagon.
An election day Facebook post of Phebe Gamata Crismo, a friend of mine whose first husband was among the desaparecidos during the Marcos dictatorship: 'The worst thing - the ultimate insult of my life - happened to me this afternoon.
Phebe Balzer has served on the school board since 2015.
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Some women bucked traditional expectations outside the home, but others, especially her great-grandmother, Phebe, were dependent on the whims of male relatives.
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Jake Champion painting a picture, above, and Phebe Crocket, right
The light baritone of Florian Sempey makes a characterful Pollux, and both Emmanuelle de Negri (Telaire) and Clementine Margaine (Phebe) are distinctive in their roles, with de Negri displaying a beautifully even instrument.
Wilfrid also volunteered at the Veteran's Administration in Omaha and the Arapahoe County Courts in Centennial, ColoradoWilfrid Brodeur was predeceased by older sisters Therese Chauche, Phebe Frank, older brother Edward, and younger brothers Jean and Leonide.