Surratt


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Sur•ratt

(səˈræt)

n.
Mary Eugenia (Jenkins), 1820–65, alleged conspirator in the assassination of President Lincoln.
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As JAG he presided over the trials of Mary Surratt and those who frequented her boarding house as well as that of Henry Wirtz, Commandant of Andersonville.
In Conseco's case, the Home Improvement Division solidified itself as a strong performer in uncertain economic times, says Jeff Surratt, division senior vice president.
While the rectal site has long been recognized as the "gold standard" (Kenney, Fortenberry, Surratt, Ribbeck, & Thomas, 1990; Pransky, 1991), most parents find it less than desirable to obtain because it is invasive, messy, time-consuming, and stressful for the child (Erickson & Woo, 1994; Muma, Treloar, Wurmlinger, Peterson, & Vitae,1991).
Beaumarchais himself warned against any "burlesquing" that would debase the role, yet Surratt's Figaro just seems silly.
Organist Michael Surratt will play Saint-Sans' "Symphony No.
Legacy Family Office was founded in 2006 by Tammy Surratt and serves families in the Naples area.
Following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865, police arrest Mary Surratt (Robin Wright), who owns the boarding house where the men responsible, including her son, met.
Dyas will tell the story of Mary Surratt, executed for her part in the conspiracy to kill President Lincoln.
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The company president and chief executive officer, Mike Surratt, said, 'The silver stream agreement with Silver Wheaton was a critical step in the funding for the expansion of the Mineral Park Mine.
"With each season we have a chance to recreate our look, and fall is a great time to get inspired," says Troy Surratt, Maybelline New York's global consulting makeup artist.
* Maybelline New York has named Troy Surratt as consulting makeup artist.