Abercrombie


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Abercrombie

(ˈæbəˌkrɒmbɪ)
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(Biography) Sir (Leslie) Patrick. 1879–1957, British town planner and architect, best known for The County of London Plan (1943) and The Greater London Plan (1944)
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But the greatest misfortune that befell the English during the whole war was the repulse of General Abercrombie, with his army, from the ramparts of Ticonderoga in 1758.
Shirley, the Earl of Loudon, and General Abercrombie had each held the chief command at different times; but not one of them had won a single important triumph for the British arms.
Yes, the girl shall be called Evelyn Abercrombie, and her guardian's name shall be Mr.
1904 he and I worked together--the Abercrombie forgery case--you remember, he was run down in Brussels.
Shares of Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) are rising after the company raised its fourth quarter outlook and announced that its executive chairman will step down.
We put our customer at the center of everything we do and are constantly listening to their feedback to provide the right product and brand experience," Stacia Andersen, brand president of Abercrombie & Fitch and Abercrombie Kids, said in a statement issued to International Business Times.
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Thug Ross Abercrombie cornered Alicia Harris in an alleyway and struck her twice as she protected herself.
Amid controversy and years of attempted brand overhaul, Rainforest Action Network released a new report today aimed at investors of Abercrombie & Fitchrecently named the most-hated retailer in Americaexposing the social and environmental risk in its supply chain.
Supreme Court in an 8-1 decision ruled that Abercrombie & Fitch could be liable for religious discrimination for refusing to hire a Muslim teenager because she wore a headscarf --even though the interviewer did not ask whether she wore the scarf for religious reasons and the applicant did not ask to be excused from Abercrombie's dress code.
Supreme Court ruled June 1 that a Muslim woman who was denied a job at retailer Abercrombie & Fitch because she wears a headscarf has the right to sue the company.