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Franklin. 1804--69, US statesman; 14th president of the US (1853--57)
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Since public and private hospitals will only pierce ears, young girls and boys who want to pierce navels, eyebrows or noses have to resort to illegal home-based piercing shops.
The Morning Call reported that Pierce "became suspicious when Cook, 22, of Easton, and Wright, 22, of Newark, N.
San Bernardino Valley -- which would have played Canyons in the semifinal -- was forced to forfeit its first-round victory Wednesday over Pierce College of Woodland Hills because of an altercation during the game.
This article chronicles the unique partnership that Pierce Memorial Baptist Home in Brooklyn, Connecticut, has with local high schools in operating its ELDERtech program.
Corie Pierce used to be solidly in the ranks of the young, urban professionals.
When Monte Pierce warms up before a competition, he doesn't stretch his leg or shoulder muscles.
TONY PIERCE REMEMBERS vividly the exact moment in November 2000 when the state of California began trampling on his life.
From the very beginning, we design our track's components, whenever possible, with castings as our intent," said Rich Demski, project manager for new product development at Pierce Manufacturing, a manufacturer of fire trucks and accessories located in Appleton, Wisconsin.
It was about six years ago, when Neil Bush's son, Pierce, who is now 16 and a high school junior, was first diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder.
Among noninfectious cases, granulomatous perichondritis of the nasal ala, sarcoidlike foreign body reaction from multiple piercing, paraphimosis from a distal penis pierce, and speech impairment, together with difficulty in chewing and swallowing from oral jewelry, have been reported (1,2,9,10).
Little's congregation, the Church at Pierce Creek, just outside of Binghamton, announced its concerns in an unusual way: a full-page advertisement, paid for by the church, that ran in USA Today on Oct.