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British labor leader and statesman who played an important role in diplomacy after World War II (1884-1951)

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Bevins amicus brief argues in support of Hands-On, stating that, from its earliest days, the Commonwealth of Kentucky has been a haven for those seeking to live out their religious beliefs.
Bevins missed a couple of sitters which would have put the game beyond Lairds by half-time, but the hosts couldn't add to their lead before the interval.
Many stores want to take advantage of open ceilings, which are popular in retail settings, and the Retract36 product has been tested extensively and is able to overcome the real challenges these settings present and increase their appeal and functionality," Bevins added.
Five years ago, Bevins was a maths teacher in York who tried his luck in Dictionary Corner.
Together with his colleagues Dr Rob Ixer of University College, London and Professor Nick Pearce of Aberystwyth, Dr Bevins will next year have a peer-reviewed paper published by the prestigious Journal of Archaological Science.
Bevins was handed a 10-year sentence at Coventry Crown Court after pleading guilty to attempted murder.
Currently, Bevins serves as president and chief executive officer of Panavision Inc and senior executive vice president of MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc.
A scan revealed Mr Bevins, 89, had suffered a brain haemorrhage and was too unwell for surgery.
In fact, had the picture been correct, they would have been Bevin (named after Ernest the Minister for Labour) boys, but of course they couldn't have been as Bevin boys didn't start working down the pits until 1944.
With dreams of opening a business together, Akins and Bevins considered many possible endeavors, including opening a restaurant, before finally deciding to explore the electric vehicle industry.
According to Bevins herself, who was diagnosed with cancer in 1999, the stress of working as a payroll supervisor for the Crotched Mountain Foundation was too much to handle.
Anne Bevins, 48, said steamy liaisons created a political minefield within the Birmingham offices of the firm which undermined her authority.
Recreating retrocyclin is "ingenious," says Charles Bevins of the Lerner Research Institute in Cleveland, who studies similar antimicrobial compounds.
But it's really anyone's guess, said Jim Bevins of Canoga Park, who set out last week boating across Castaic to his favorite spot.
John Bevins, paralyzed from the waist down in a snow-tubing accident at age 20, wanted to ride a motorcycle since he was 16 years old.