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North Tyneside

(ˈtaɪnsaɪd)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop: 190 800 (2003 est). Area: 84 sq km (32 sq miles)
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"Nancy's byline has been synonymous with cooperatives," says Janet Hunter, the editorial director of the Farm Credit Bank of Texas.
Director Janet Hunter added: "We are experiencing sustained demand for our mortgage debt advice service.
Chair Janet Hunter and her committee produced a sell-out crowd and a celebration of great circus families, including the Rosaires and the Wallendas.
Janet Hunter, Women and the Labour Market in Japan's Industrialising Economy: The Textile Industry Before the Pacific War (London: Routledge Curzon 2003)
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I see your face when I am dreaming That's why I always wake up screamingFrom Janet Hunter, of Christchurch, Dorset: He said he'd tak me oot tae dine If Ah would be his Valentine He said he liked ma sexy lips - So whit did Ah get?
Her children are John Osborne, Ann Keating, twins Janet Hunter and Mary Curly, Sandra Hunter, Linda Cooke, Tommy Osborne, Richard (known as Georgie) Osborne, Josie Tully, Eddie Osborne, Paul Osborne and "baby" Gwen Byrne.
With John Harris and Janet Hunter, he edited The New Institutional Economic and Third World Development (1997).
First, Janet Hunter examines the impact of Japanese foreign borrowing upon military successes against Russia, concluding that loans from western nations helped Japan to expand into Northeast Asia.
With her choice of descriptive essays, Janet Hunter effectively persuades the reader that overall, Japanese women have experienced fairly unpleasant labor market conditions during the last century.
Coun Janet Hunter, ward councillor, said: "The village is a busy local centre and is very much valued by local residents.