Rumsey

Rum•sey

(ˈrʌm zi)

n.
James, 1743–92, U.S. engineer and inventor.
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Food is a major part of the holiday season, and whether it's for a dinner party or stocking the pantry for houseguests, grocery shopping is the first step for every consumer to make sure the food they bring home is safe," says registered dietitian nutritionist and Academy Spokesperson Alissa Rumsey.
They were presented with the award by Sky Blues legend and former England cricketer Fred Rumsey.
For over six decades Zero Mountain has been blessed with the ability to adapt and grow our company successfully," CEO Joseph Rumsey said.
The 2015 graduating class includes Cody Campbell, Emily Brick, Sarah-Grace Williams, Jensine Bones, Jesse Coppola, Kat Newport, Kristopher Rumsey, Sabin Turner, Molliande Craven and Mikaiah Taylor.
Bradley Edge and Daniel Rumsey, of Clays Golf Club in Wrexham, plus Shauna Lyons from Conwy and Reuben Bather of Maesdu in Llandudno, will compete in the grand final of the Junior Wales Open in July.
Stuart Neil Rumsey, 30, of Stepney Road, Burry Port, Carmarthenshire, fell from a pedestrian bridge linking Swansea Railway Station with a car park on May 2 last year.
The role of Annie is being played at alternate performances by Hattie Rumsey and Lucy Foley.
Straight from the restart, Luctonians regained the lead with the opening try of the match after 44 minutes when Alex Rumsey ran in after the ball was played out to him following a rolling maul.
Matthew Rumsey, Producing Artistic Director for the Crown Uptown, says it is the quality of Hairspray that keeps the musical interesting.
of California's Berkeley School of Law) and Rumsey (a foreign and international comparative law librarian at the U.
ANU linguistic anthropologist Alan Rumsey has inquired into spoken and sung metrics and the interpenetrations of speech and song in the New Guinea highlands for quite some time, and ethnomusicologist and Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies researcher Don Niles has also long worked on matters of genre, style, and music history in the Central highlands for many years.
When she approached the show's editor Ian Rumsey, Miss Corpe claims he left her in floods of tears.