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Canadian hockey player (born 1948)

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In mid-June, the city's state-appointed emergency manager Kevyn Orr asked creditors to accept pennies on their dollars to keep the city out of bankruptcy.
Orr claimed she had been defending herself during a "catfight".
Orr said: "I didn't deserve what I got in the first place.
The ORR's railway safety director Ian Prosser said: "After careful consideration and examination of Network Rail documents not previously seen by ORR, we have concluded that there is enough evidence, and that it is in the public interest, to bring criminal proceedings against NR for serious breaches of health and safety law which led to the deaths of Olivia Bazlinton and Charlotte Thompson at Elsenham station footpath crossing in December 2005.
Orr is particularly illuminating on the difference between the personal and the intimate in poetry, the rise of MFA culture and the consequent democratization of the art, and the effect of the culture of poetry on the way poems are made.
Orr knocked in Mykal Stokes, who had singled, with a double for a 3-1 Ems lead in the third.
By the numbers, the estimated growth of ORR in 2010 and beyond can be put down as following:
You can read Orr's complete paper by visiting www.tnaonline.org and clicking on Tennessee Nurses Foundation.
Orr was described as white, 6ft 1ins tall and of medium build.
Other obstacles Orr's team encountered included inability to draw multidisciplinary faculty representation into the design process and lack of communication among designers and mechanical engineers.
Verne Orr, a former Secretary of the Air Force died on November 27, 2008.
DANNY ORR inspired rampant Harlequins to victory as they routed winless Warrington Wolves at the Stoop.
The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) said the number of trains running on time for local services in southern England should rise from 90 per cent to at least 93 for 2009-14, while other services must rise to 92 per cent.
Paradoxically, although Orr's songs received acclaim from these distinguished musicians, his music remains relatively unknown outside of his native country, and it has been largely misunderstood and overlooked even in England.
GARY ORR will probably not be winning the KLM Open on Sunday - the Scot's putting tends to let him down when the pressure is cranked up at the business end - but he can be expected to post a decent finish at Kennemer Country Club.