Robert Mills


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United States architect who was the presidentially appointed architect of Washington D

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Manager of Cargo at BAC Robert Mills was introduced during the meeting as the newest member to the group.
and her husband Robert Mills of Folkston, GA; a sister Mary Christiansen of Uxbridge; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
DHL Express (Middle-east and North Africa) vice-president for sales and marketing Robert Mills said: "This award, for the second consecutive year, solidifies DHL's commitment to Qatar and our loyal customers here.
For more information contact: Robert Mills, AMA Media Relations--Phone: (312-464-5970; e-mail: robert.mills@ama-assn.org
Robert Mills' gelding is a classy handicapper on the Flat.
The three-year-old chestnut has already been a decent servant for the Robert Mills yard, but can step up to the next level at the Oadby circuit.
Robert Mills, Geraint Jones, No 8 Ben Duggan and Dorian Davies, while centre John Thurston popped over a conversion and a penalty.
By Robert Mills. (London: Reaktion Books Ltd., 2005.
Karitane general manager Robert Mills said the service now had 100 staff, mostly nurses and administrative staff but Karitane employed two doctors and 12 allied health staff and also operated a phone line.
"We support the idea that in order to keep physicians up to speed and on the cutting edge of medicine, some financial incentives might be included," acknowledges AMA senior public information officer Robert Mills.
Robert Mills of Blue Rock, Ohio, claims this is used to pull railroad spikes when working on track switches where there are tight clearances.
Robert Mills was woken by his pet Sweetie Pie's frenzied squawking after his house filled up with thick smoke.
Robert Mills, a retired United Church of Canada minister and co-chair of the dialogue group.
Robert Mills, author of the Census Bureau's "Health Insurance Coverage: 2000," explains that the number of people covered by employer-based health insurance rose significantly in 2000, "driving the overall increase in health insurance coverage." More than 64% of the population was covered by an employer-based health plan for some or all of 2000.
Robert Mills, author of the Census Bureau's "Health Insurance Coverage: 2000," explains that the number of people covered by employer-based health insurance rose in 2000, "driving the overall increase in health insurance coverage." More than 64% of the population was covered by an employer-based health plan for some or all of 2000.