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United States blues singer (1894-1937)

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Elizabeth Smith, owner, states "We are very lucky to have such a wealth of experience in all the doctors at our practice.
Among the winners celebrating this landmark occasion in the North East were Andy Garth from Middlesbrough who won PS1m in 2012, Washington's Kim and Ian McCarthy who won PS1m in 2012, Lynne Pittiglio who won PS180k in 2013 and Fred and Elizabeth Smith, also from Washington, who won PS2m in 2011
He knew the bungalow, knew the sort of people living in the area and Elizabeth Smith was an easy target, vulnerable, getting on in years," said Mr Morris.
Phillippa and John McKeown-Green, Alan Badley, and Marilyn Portman presented papers at the IAML Vienna Conference and Elizabeth Smith and Matt Steindl attended the IAML (Australia) conference in Perth.
I conclude that Jayne Elizabeth Smith killed herself.
Elizabeth Smith (4th), Jessica Coulson (26th) and Sarah McGrail (32nd) helped ensureWarrington took the team prize.
I'm here from London and I'm very proud to announce that Vinifest and Eventions, and Lebanon have created a new Guinness world record for the largest wine glass," Sky News quoted adjudicator Elizabeth Smith as saying.
He already has the support of two other big unions, Unison and the GMB, plus ex-leader Lord Kinnock and John Smith's widow Baroness Elizabeth Smith.
Correction (published March 13, 2010): Elizabeth Smith is not and was not an owner of Central Print, said her attorney, Aaron Noteboom.
ELIZABETH SMITH, an optical public relations expert who worked with the ACLM, Sauflon and the Eyecare Trust, has died suddenly.
Image: Everybody's favourite Nan Best Known For: The Royle Family Early Life: Born Elizabeth Smith on December 11, 1921, in Scunthorpe.
Elizabeth Smith of Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York.
Elizabeth Smith died at her home in the village of St Margaret South Elmham, near Harleston, Suffolk, after a brave battle.
COUNTRYSIDE: In regards to the article from Elizabeth Smith, Washington with the problems with the bears and raccoons getting into her feeders: Our bird feeders are on poles off our deck, the past few years we've had problems with bears and raccoons getting on the deck at night even though we bring in our feeders at night.
Police said Suzanne Elizabeth Smith, 36, was thought to have tried to use a ford across the River Rea, at Neen Savage, near Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, early on Sunday.