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Corder sued, alleging her free speech rights were violated, as well as her freedom of religion and equal protection rights.
"It was a wonderful score which I had known since I was a teenager," says Corder. "I always associated it with winter and it has rustic and magical elements to it which seemed so suitable for The Snow Queen."
If you haven't heard of Jim Corder, you are not alone.
Leon Barbachano of Allen and Petersen Kitchen and Appliance in Anchorage, Alaska, follows Corder as second vice chairman.
"No one looks out for EW," Corder said, because today "budget people do not support and protect EW." He went on to note that efforts to centralize EW management will generate no results without real budget power of its own.
Emma Corder, country manager of Nilfisk South Africa , a leading international cleaning equipment manufacturer, says: 'According to the World Health Organization an estimated 600 million people fall ill and 420 000 die every year after eating contaminated food.
Prof Roger Corder, from Queen Mary University of London and author of The Red Wine Diet, confirms Tannat wines contain three to four times more procyanidins than Cabernet Sauvignon.
Halo by Zizou Corder (Puffin Books, pounds 6.99) What's it about?
The children at Farnley Tyas First School were visited by Anne Corder, secretary of the Huddersfield and District Beekeepers Association.
This triple bill of Petrushka, Le Baiser de la fee and The Firebird sandwiches a Michael Corder piece with two Fokine classics.
Next is the world premiere of Michael Corder's Le Baiser de la fee with designs by John F Macfarlane which will help maintain BRB's position as a creative and forward-looking company.
The ballet has been choreographed by award winner Michael Corder, with new arrangements of a musical score by the Russian composer Serge Prokofiev.