Carey Street


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Carey Street

(ˈkɛərɪ)
n
1. (Placename) (formerly) the street in which the London bankruptcy court was situated
2. the state of bankruptcy
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CYSBL Executive Director Ishmael Koffeh told reporters Wednesday, 3 January at his Carey Street office in Monrovia that Mr.
Marcus Reeley, 42, of Carey Street, Bell Green, admitted producing cannabis.
George, formerly of Carey Street, was also kept busy as a deliveryman and mechanic for the Middlesbrough GPs Levy and Drury, so the chance to escape into the countryside appealed to both of them.
Backing anything at 2-1 in a 16-runner handicap is usually a quick route to Carey Street, but the market at Goodwood last Sunday spoke so strongly about PRODIGALITY that those were the odds he went off at.
Staying at the Savoy for his appearance at the bankruptcy courts in Carey Street - "I thought you'd be seeing quite a bit of me so it was as well to remain handy" - w as a sublime touch but not everyone in real life has the gambler's sense of humour and the inevitable duly came to pass.
And have they thought what might happen to their smart offices and grand pensions when the rest of us are knocking on doors in Carey Street (i.
Carey Street and Keith Grimmitt extorted hundreds of pounds from the man, who was in his 50s and lived alone, Birmingham Crown Court heard.
The club could be heading for Carey Street this coming week if they lose their court battle with creditors Langston.
Farmers should write to The Reference Secretary (Veterinary Medicines), Competition Commission, New Court, 48 Carey Street, London, WC2A 2JT, fill in the online form on the Competition Commission website: www.
And business acumen, as well as the conspicuous lack of success that has followed spending sprees at Molineux and elsewhere, tells them the path to the Premiership can easily become a detour to Carey Street.
As part of the largest real estate sale in transportation history -- 220 total properties with an appraised value over $400 million -- Consolidated Freightways announced that it has rescheduled sale of its distribution facility located at 4601 Carey Street to the highest bidder, through a reserve auction process on February 19, 2004.
The pursuit at speeds of up to 50mph along residential streets continued along Carey Street and into Bell Green Road before making a right turn across oncoming traffic into Clark Street.