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As·bur·y

 (ăz′bə-rē), Francis 1745-1816.
British-born American religious leader and first American Methodist Episcopal cleric to become a bishop (1784).

As•bur•y

(ˈæz bə ri)

n.
Francis, 1745–1816, English missionary: first bishop of the Methodist Church in America.
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While Toll Brothers does not currently have any projects underway in Asbury Park proper, they are heavily invested in Central Jersey.
Asbury said that the acquired dealership generates approximately USD 70m in revenues annually.
8220;Asburied In Time,” a Machete Media Productions first full-length documentary, is about Asbury Park's legendary history.
Asbury Automotive Group, Incorporated (Asbury) (NYSE: ABG), an automotive retail and service company in the United States, has chosen Porter Novelli as its public relations agency of record.
The cottage was the childhood home of Asbury, who emigrated to become the founder of Methodism in America.
Asbury Carbons, 406 Old Main St, PO Box 144, Asbury, NJ, 08802-1036
Preasmyer; Jennifer Kellogg, 26, who lived with the Preasmyer and Cowles in the Gadsden Avenue apartment; and David Asbury, 27, have been charged in the case.
Peter Swann, a former police superintendent and Home Office adviser, claims alleged killer David Asbury should have faced a retrial for the murder of Marion Ross.
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The McLarty car dealership operations joined Asbury Automotive in 1998.
Alcohol Concern spokesman Jim Asbury said: "The aim of our project is to establish a collection of new self-help groups, in which individuals from the local community can offer guidance, understanding and mutual support to others.
Asbury Care Center is the 104-bed nursing home component of a CCRC known as the Methodist Home in Charlotte, NC.