Farrand


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n.1.Manner; custom; fashion; humor.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Terence Farrand, 71, a semi-retired builder, has lived in Europe but is clear we should be out of the EU, with no second vote.
Pte Herbert Farrand Hogley, 34, of Rock View, Liphill Bank, Holmfirth, had been wounded twice before.
But the visitors levelled through Adam Farrand just three minutes later.
The IAPT programme represents a paradigm shift away from the conventional delivery of face-to-face 'high intensity' CBT by experienced and specialist mental health professionals towards the delivery of 'low intensity' CBT (Bennett-Levy, Richards, & Farrand, 2010).
Gretter and a Committee for the Farrand Training School for Nurses, Detroit, Michigan.
Elizabeth Needs befriended Bunty Farrand before taking a four figure sum from her bank acount while she was in hospital for several weeks after having a leg amputated.
Chris Farrand said: "We've adopted Chris and nicknamed him George."
Reconstruction and Peace Building in the Balkans: The Brcko Experience by Robert William Farrand. With Allison Frendak-Blume, Rowland and Littlefield: Lanham, MD, ISBN: 978-1-4422-1235-0, 2011.
"This really has become the most global of every cheese competition, because of the 2,700 cheeses less than 25 per cent are from Britain and we have more than 30 countries represented," said Bob Farrand, chairman of the awards, which have been running since 1988.
When Margaret “Marge” Farrand contracted with Mike Loin of Bertin Engineering based in Southbridge, Mass., to build her new deck and railing near her pool, she knew exactly what she wanted: an entertainment space with great looks that requires very little maintenance.
Bob Farrand, Chairman for The Great Taste Awards, said: "Winning Gold in the country's largest and most respected independent food accreditation scheme is a massive pat on the back for any producer - independent proof their products are of the highest quality.
"We believe that a lot of these children don't get lunch over the summer because their parents might be indifferent or working," explained Christopher Farrand, the Massachusetts emergency disaster services director for Salvation Army.