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PARK, Eng. law. An enclosed chase (q.v.) extending only over a man's own grounds. The term park signifies an enclosure. 2 Bl. Com. 38.

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He was born and raised in Clinton, son of Albert and Margaret (Anderson) Parker, and was a lifelong resident.
We are enthusiastic about launching the Parker Rewards Program for a second year," said Rob Mason, president of Parker Bows.
I never intended it to be, but Parker looks a lot like my nephew," Hopley said.
Parker Pearson and Julian Thomas of the University of Manchester in England described the new findings Jan.
US Airways CEO Doug Parker promises the airline would spend $90 million to equalize pay among a combined airline's workers.
On top of all this, Parker was pushing plant output to a level that the existing bucket system could not reliably support.
Parker, 58, had agreed to an interview at her home in Stamford, Connecticut, to talk about a subject that she loves second only to her family: African American children's literature and publishing.
It's about capacity-building and creating understanding," Parker says.
Parker also was one of a few African Americans to obtain a U.
About 30 minutes after hitting the Texaco station, Parker entered Alexandria's Sunrise Mart convenience store as it was about to close.
Parker continued, "Yesterday afternoon, for example, I Mind Mapped two One Page Newsletter issues with MindManager's XP-5.
Kansas City conference goers are in for a very special treat--conference artist Jon Kimura Parker will present a solo piano recital and serve as this year's advanced-level piano master class artist.