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Haden

(ˈheɪdən)
n
(Biography) Charles (Edward). born 1937, US jazz bassist, esp. noted for his collaborations with Ornette Coleman and Keith Jarrett
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Having travelled from Plymouth, he arrived in the city in the morning, with producer Laurence Grissell, and they paid a surprise visit to the owner of the Dylan Thomas Birthplace, Geoff Haden.
The Cleveland Browns parted ways with veteran cornerback Joe Haden Wednesday.
Haden Freeman says it will move further into the multi-billion-pound European pharma market and has promised new jobs as a result of a co-operation agreement with global consulting and engineering firm, Tebodin B.
FOLLOWING a successful launch in the region, Redcar-based engineering specialist Haden Freeman has announced the appointment of a business development manager to help grow the company's presence in the region.
Though back in Olympus Hills, Daphne Raines and Haden Lord are far from safe in this second installment of the Into the Dark series.
Haden dead in her bed, and later said he discovered her body on a couch.
Haden Cross Community Fire Station is currently being built and will replace the previous Halesowen and Cradley Heath stations.
The pair, Joshua Hughes, 19 and James Haden, 18, brought parts of Wrexham town centre to a standstill after they climbed on to office roofs near Chester Street and hurled roof slates, stones and glass in late April.
oliver Haden, 27, disguised his voice when he burst into the home of Sheila Croft, 79, a court heard.
El pianista Keith Jarrett (Pennsylvania, 1945) Y el contrabajista Charlie Haden (Iowa, 1937) son dos leyendas vivientes del jazz.
US plant and building facilities services provider Maclellan Services yesterday said it has sold its paint finishing division in India, Haden International Group, to German builder Eisenmann, for an undisclosed sum.
Obtencao e manejo das progenies: foram identificadas plantas isoladas das cultivares Haden e Espada dentro de plantios comerciais da cultivar Tommy Atkins, numa fazenda exportadora de manga, em Petrolina-PE.