bleacher


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a worker who bleaches (cloth or flour etc

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Lane United paid Willamalane $30,000 for the three-year period: $10,000 for use of the fields and locker room, and $20,000 toward the bleacher project.
Michalski and Bleacher pieced together topographic and other data from Mars-orbiting spacecraft to sketch a picture of the planet's past surface.
The volunteer group included both Sailors and civil servants from the command, who worked to set up and store four sets of mobile bleachers over a period of about five hours for Roosevelt International Baccalaureate Middle School, a command Partner in Education.
Based on consumer feedback, the 2012 Bleacher Creatures line-up will be a more realistic interpretation of the players rather than the cartoon character approach.
SPENCER - Two former Spencer fair employees who allegedly stole aluminum bleachers and other items from the Spencer Fairgrounds recently were arraigned in Western Worcester District Court Tuesday.
Bleacher Report is powered by our strong contributor base and we're constantly looking at ways to improve the experience for our writers and readers," said Dave Finocchio, Co-Founder and Vice President of Content and Product at Bleacher Report.
In the context of the present study, focus is on the interaction between the skin bleacher and her bleaching creams and the possible metaphysical assumptions and reasoning that possibly inform such interaction.
Even worse, if Mr Bleacher has his way, it will become a weekly affair.
The "Duke" and two assistants took over a makeshift ticket booth in a corner of the centerfield bleachers.
The House that Ruth built will no longer serve his favorite tipple in the bleacher section.
One of those victims in early 1999 was a young boy, Toby Lee, 6, of Minnesota, who fell to his death through a gap in the bleacher floorboards.
There are interludes of incomprehensible dancing--a duet and a trio in front of the bleacher crowd, and a solo by a limber young lady on a movable tower.
There would be a wider reach in Manhattan because you would get the foreigners and tour groups who would happily fill up the inside bleacher seats in a heartbeat," he said.
When war resumed in 1803, William Pike, a substantial County Tyrone bleacher, linked the future of Irish coarse linen trade with increasing the productivity of Irish weavers.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Bleacher Report, one of the fastest-growing sites on the Internet and the Web's fifth largest sports media destination with more than 16 million monthly unique users, has completed a $10.