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Pusey

Edward Bouverie . 1800--82, British ecclesiastic; a leader with Keble and Newman of the Oxford Movement
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He also challenged Pusey to walk the entire length of the canal with him to see firsthand why it was worthy of protection.
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Presently, Pusey serves as president and CEO of the American Insurance Association, which she joined in December 1996 and was promoted to president and CEO in February 2009.
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The duke and the captain shared a joke, with Mr Pusey saying about his colleague: "He's very good with advice and parenthood - in terms of good tips," and William laughed and replied, "Dishing out parent advice".
Joel Pusey, of Bradley Boulevard, appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court in Huddersfield yesterday.
The SEC has charged investment banker Steven McClatchey and his close friend Gary Pusey, a plumber, with insider trading after the analysis and detection center within the SEC enforcement division's market abuse unit uncovered an illicit pattern of trading by Pusey, whom McClatchey tipped with nonpublic information on 10 different occasions ahead of public merger announcements.
The Eucharistic Theology of Edward Bouverie Pusey: Sources, Context and Doctrine Within the Oxford Movement and Beyond