ABLEY

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ABLEYAdvisory Board for Lovejoy Elderly and Youth (charity; Buffalo, NY)
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The exhibition at the Bob Abley Art Gallery in Spennymoor tells the fascinating story of his mural depicting the Durham Miners' Gala, painted by the artist in 1963.
Moreover, clients generally appreciate the opportunity to have a post-diagnostic discussion session (Abley et al., 2013).
In Spoken Here: Travels Among Threatened Languages (2003), Canadian journalist Mark Abley wonders what this incredible loss of diversity might mean for humanity.
LUCKILY not everything at the men's fashion shows was as scary as Bobby Abley's jumper.
As much as we should know better than to include fashion folly in dressed in the dark (they are only doing it for the attention) we couldn't let this pink nonsense from Londoner Bobby Abley go unnoticed.
Moreover, all technical disciplines related to walkability have their own terminology and jargon (Abley 2005).
It can deliver tangible business benefits to any organisation with a remote or mobile workforce," YRfree's EMEA business development manager Paul Abley said.
Paul Abley YRfree's business development manager (EMEA) of YRfree Technologies said "The YRfree Mobile platform is unique.
MARK ABLEY, who lives in Montreal, is the author of three collections of poetry and several works of non-fiction.
(241) Giorgianni (1985) 156 CLR 473, 500, 506 (Wilson, Deane and Dawson JJ); Abley v Crosaro [1946] VLR 53, 55-6 (Gavan Duffy J); Yorke v Lucas (1985) 158 CLR 661, 667 (Mason ACJ, Wilson, Deane and Dawson JJ); R v Jervis [1993] 1 Qd R 643, 648 (McPherson ACJ).
A Land Rover Discovery support vehicle will be driven by their friend, Rich Abley, area business manager for Barclays Bank, which has agreed to match fund their sponsorship.