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Turpin

Dick. 1706--39, English highwayman
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Turpin argues "that markets and commutative justice are distorted, and distort us, by our acceptance of the idea that commutative justice is the only justice that matters" (6).
Instead of saying that the Great Orme Summit Complex includes Randolph Turpin's bar, it instead trumpets the delights of "Randolph Turnip's Bar".
Anyone downstream who drinks that infected water can become sick--even die," Turpin said.
Turpin is one of the small yet loyal cadre of superfans who take up residence in the Beverly Hilton each year for their own personal taste of the Globes.
This fantastical story begins with these words: "'Another gray day,' says Turpin, the taxi driver." This is the entire text, making this book, in its experiences, universal.
The private buyer at the sale by Colwyn Bay auctioneers Rogers Jones Co said the gloves will return to Turpin's home town of Leamington.
Iliff professor Turpin points more to a spiritual explanation for parents' tendency to overconsume for their kids.
In 1994, Dave Eskenazi traveled to Yoncalla, Oregon, to visit one of the Pacific Coast League's all-time great pitchers, Harold "Hal" Turpin. As a ninety-first-birthday present, Eskenazi handed Turpin a packet of letters written to him by some of his former Seattle Rainiers teammates.
CHARLTON - "My name is John Turpin and I'm a big fan of Halloween," was how the e-mail began.
Written by Tom Turpin (Professor of Entomology in Purdue's College of Agriculture), Flies in the Face of Fashion, Mites Make Right, and Other Bugdacious Tales is jam-packed with fun facts about insects--from the bug that ancient Egyptians used to worship as a god to how horseflies can fly without a head to the inordinate contribution that humble fruit flies have made to science.
Kris Hanson, Cheryl Reid and Benoit Turpin recently joined Protient, Inc., St.