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Shaffer

Sir Peter. born 1926, British dramatist. His plays include The Royal Hunt of the Sun (1964), Equus (1973), Amadeus (1979), and The Gift of the Gorgon (1992)
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15, the Franklin County Sheriff's Office received information regarding allegations of sexual assault against Shaffer, who is a jail employee.
Alliant has added John Shaffer III to its Mid-Atlantic team.
In his new role based at the firm's Bethesda, Maryland office, Shaffer will focus on designing and delivering a full range of insurance and risk management solutions to clients throughout the region.
This is a great step in the right direction for the Shaffer Equipment/Arbuckle Creek area so that they can begin fixing the situation that is harming residents of Minden.
Dalton Shaffer answered the phone and wanted to do much more.
I want her to be happy," Shaffer said responding to Judge Marvin Bagley who asked why Shaffer had a relationship with the girl.
Patricia Shaffer is the Chief Flight Nurse and Medical Instructor at Medway Air Ambulance, which is an international ambulance service providing air ambulance emergency transport services.
That's because the wirehouse firms -- Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, UBS and Wells Fargo -- want to protect the roughly one-third of the wealth industry's client assets they now manage, and sources like Cerulli Associates "say that share continues to shrink," said Shaffer, CEO and founder of Halite Partners, an RIA in Columbus, Ohio, in an interview.
In a tribute posted online, Radcliffe said: "Peter Shaffer was and remains one of the UK's greatest playwrights.
Sir Peter's late twin brother, Anthony Shaffer, was also a playwright, and penned Sleuth and the screenplay for The Wicker Man.
He called back a third time and said he was going to kill himself, so Shaffer called police.
Benjamin Shaffer's accomplishments during his 25 years in practice.