Cumberland


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a river that rises in southeastern Kentucky and flows westward through northern Tennessee to become a tributary of the Ohio River in southwestern Kentucky

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HMS Cumberland sailed into the port three times under hostile conditions to rescue British and other entitled personnel and evacuate them to Malta before returning to patrol along Libya's coastline, enforcing the arms embargo and naval blockade under UN Resolution 1973.
pieces, which can be further reduced with a Cumberland granulator.
As Cumberland - nicknamed "the fighting sausage" - passed Plymouth Hoe on her way to Devonport dockyard she fired a defiant 11-gun salute as her 260 crew stood to attention, many in tears.
The Cumberland River (once known as Warioto by Native Americans and Shauvanon by French traders) received its official name in 1748 from Dr.
Cumberland will maintain responsibility for product formulation, development and manufacturing.
With Hagerstown, Cumberland, and Frederick verbally committing to field teams, it was decided then to field four teams, with Martinsburg of West Virginia agreeing to become the fourth league club.
Thousands of people make Cumberland sausages, but no more than a few dozen adhere to the artisan style handed down through the generations.
The court held, inter alia, that under the circumstances, where, inter alia, the patient testified at her deposition that Cumberland's physicians "told" her that she "had to go" to Cumberland "every year" for a "checkup" and a mammogram because of her "fibro," an issue of fact existed as to whether the 'continuous treatment doctrine' was applicable.
Staffs had Cumberland struggling on 168 for eight at one stage after former Durham player Gary Pratt had made 74.
In late May the Royal Victoria Dock was the site for the inaugural Cumberland Cup, an invitational teams racing event in small keelboats, hosted by the Royal Thames Yacht Club which, back in 1775 held races on the River Thames.
PLAINS STATES--In October, Al Lucchetti, Cumberland Foundry Co.
Although chiefly educational, Colin & Cumberland's nighttime nuggets are a highlights of the BBC Scotland's evening schedule.
The company has filed suit against Percara Enterprises Inc., and Cumberland Swan Holdings Inc.
CUMBERLAND, RI -- CB Richard Ellis/New England announced the sale of Cumberland Crossing, a 288-unit class "A" apartment community located in Cumberland, Rhode Island to 100 Crossing Drive Apartments Investors LLC.