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(rād)
n.1.A raid.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Charles Rader of Chester, who died just south of Danang on March 3, 1966.
Scott Penny, chief acquisitions officer of Brown & Brown and Chuck Hemphill and Kevin Rader, the principals of CKP Insurance, announced that Brown & Brown of Florida, Inc.
This is the message that Kent Rader gave to conference-goers during the ACA Annual Luncheon, sponsored by Aramark Correctional Services and Falcon Correctional and Community Services, Inc., that took place Tuesday, Jan.
Dave Rader, R-Tulsa, and its companion, House Bill 2638 by state Reps.
by Peter Rader, Simon & Schuster, New York City, 2018 288 pp., $26 cloth, $17 paper (available August 2019), $13.99 ebook, $17.99 audio download.
Michael Rader and Mike Meyer of Bartimus Frickleton Robertson Rader represented the plaintiffs.
Among the artists represented are Hao Zeng and Sloan Laurits, both of whom have shown their work in editorial publications; Natalie Krick, a gallery-based creator who photographs her mother, her sister and herself while exploring feminine identity and selfhood; the late Emma Bee Bernstein, whose work delves into feminist issues and often includes self-portraits; and husband-and-wife team Reed + Rader (Pamela Reed and Matthew Rader), who have worked with Adidas, Nike, Spotify, MTV and more national clients.
Ed Chung sued Terry Rader of Rader Fishman for legal malpractice after the firm failed to come through with a successful suit of several computer companies.
After leaving it on her front porch to dry, Cathy Rader noticed a familiar face in the shell: Jesus.
Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader said five people remain missing and seven others were taken to hospital after a Ride the Ducks boat sank on Table Rock Lake in Branson.
Seven people were taken to hospital following the incident on the "Ride the Ducks" amphibious vehicle on Table Rock Lake, near Branson, Missouri, Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader told reporters.
Six people are unaccounted for and 14 survived, Stone Country Sheriff Doug Rader indicated.