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DAVID JONES Missing People Ref 12-002058 Went missing on December 8, 2010, aged 38, from Carmarthenshire.
Give your mechanic a heads-up if the belt guide has holes, or if there are loose or missing bolts.
By expanding our teamwork even further, through support of the Code Adam program, our intent is to make an even greater impact nationwide in helping find missing children.
In April remains believed to be missing Americans from World War 11 and [lie Vietnam War were returned from Papua New Guinea and Laos.
It is shocking to think that more than 50 native women disappeared in Vancouver, but we also know there are more than 110 missing aboriginal women in Alberta.
Similarly, missing data make it difficult to measure effects.
The Missing Foster Children Web site has the potential to integrate the District Attorney's Office's Abducted Children Web site and also to add missing and abducted children from the probation system, officials said.
They report a child as missing or abducted to hide their involvement in the child's death or conceal their knowledge of the child's location.
The organizations concerned with locating and returning missing children to their families are no exception, and provide an excellent microcosmic view of the phenomenon.
The absence of Ajax's "pig meat" utterance, yet its evocation through supplemental conceit, reveals its simultaneous properties as both missed yet not missing from the narrative.
Every missing child, every missing adult is an important missing person.
In all, 740 foster children were listed as missing several months ago when the troubled Department of Children and Family Services issued its most complete accounting.