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Rollins

Sonny, original name Theodore Walter Rollins. born 1930, US jazz tenor saxophonist, noted for his improvisation
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Rollins could not afford to have it removed or her roof repaired.
Rollins is a global consumer and commercial services company.
Earlier Friday, the Washington Post reported that Rollins will replace Reed Cordish, who is stepping down as assistant to the president in the Office of American Innovation.
Rollins will partner with the Phillips family, who will remain with the company, along with their entire management team.
The match still hasn't been officially added to the card as Rollins recovers from a knee injury.
Owens wanted to put insult to injury after the match as he tried to Pedigree Zayn, but Rollins made the save, hitting the Prizefighter with a flying knee before Zayn got revenge on Owens with another Helluva Kick.
Rollins took the newly created CRO job after resigning Sept.
The alleged trespasser, subsequently identified as Kenneth Jay Rollins, was "disorderly" and on private property when Ellis was called to the scene, the investigation team said in its summary of the incident.
Rollins earned the nation's third highest award for demonstrating courage under fire in action against the enemy June 19, 2008, while serving as 1st Squad Leader, 2nd Platoon, Company G, 2d Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Devout Tony Rollins, aged 45, was arrested by police in June 2008 after complaints were made about the sermon he was delivering on New Street in the city centre.
IF Henry Rollins were a question on a multiple-choice quiz, the correct answer would be "D.
When I relocated to PIMCO's New York office in 2002 from California, I knew I wanted to live in a black community and help kids with their career and life choices," says Rollins, 35, who grew up in a lower-middle-class family outside of San Francisco.