EARP


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EARPEntente Athlétique Romanaise et Péagoise (French athletic club)
EARPEnvironmental Assessment and Review Process (Canada)
EARPEuropean Academy of Relocation Professionals (est. 2003)
EARPEnergy-Aware Routing Protocol
EARPEuropean Action on Rapid Prototyping (EU)
EARPEffective Anterograde Refractory Period
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Their (https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20181221005579/en/) public filing  revealed that Syfy actually ordered "Wynonna Earp" Seasons 4 and 5.
Role: Wyatt Earp, former lawman in Dodge City who comes to Tombstone to start a business and later adds a federal marshal badge
Keith Grogan, 42, and Carl Barrett, 51, who were both said to have been disgusted by the violence inflicted by Earp, kept watch outside during the violent raid.
In the beginning episodes of The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, O'Brian carried a pair of 4-3/4-inch blued and case-colored Colt SAA ,45's in Hollywood Fast Draw Holsters by Arvo Ojala.
Not only does Barrell star in the TV show Wynonna Earp, her character, and likeness, have been added to the comic book spin-off as well.
On July 17, 1819, Bolton and his accomplice Thomas Earp were spotted during a hand-over near the New Inn, Smethwick.
Nicholas Porter Earp, father of the Earp boys, Wyatt, Virgil and Morgan, was from a long line of Walsall saddlemakers who prospered in the States.
Mary Doria Russell's six novels include The Sparrow (1996), A Thread of Grace (***1/2 May/June 2005), and Doc: A Novel (*** Sept/Oct 2011), about the friendship between Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday.
Those men were Charlie Bassett, Neal Brown, Bat Masterson, Bill Tilghman and Wyatt Earp. Researchers have found long-barreled Colt SA's--which weren't labeled as Buntline Specials--from the years 1876 to 1884.
In a similar instance earlier this year, a Colt .4 5-caliber revolver belonging to gunslinger Wyatt Earp, which he allegedly carried during the O.K.
Hugh O'Brian's style of self-discipline, enterprise, and tenacity, learned from his Marine Corps dad, carried him from being the youngest Marine Corps drill instructor in history to a legendary career as TV's Wyatt Earp, versatile movie roles, Broadway and stage shows, as well as numerous guest appearances.