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The namesake of Burt's Bees was many things to many people.
led by James Moore, sold its namesake project at 7200 Counts Massie Road for $2.
Administration standard-bearer Mar Roxas has welcomed the decision of his namesake to withdraw from the presidential race.
Liberal Party presidential standard-bearer Mar Roxas on Wednesday asked the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to declare as nuisance candidate a namesake, Manuel Antonio Roxas, who also wants to be the country's next president.
The 39-year-old nursery nurse, who is the namesake of the SNP leader, is going to vote Labour.
The Namesake, directed by Mira Nair, was released in the US in 2007 and received positive reviews from American film critics.
Amelia Rose announced via Twitter the names of 10 flight-training scholarship recipients during her flight over the area where her namesake was believed to be lost.
from the store's namesake, the Dorothy rose, so the clothing features prints of the flower and pastels for an altogether romantic collection.
FORMER Punjab chief minister and Congress candidate Captain Amarinder Singh is facing an identity crisis in the Amritsar parliamentary constituency due to the presence of a namesake in the poll fray.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- On April 10, Disney Parks is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic song "It's a Small World" and its namesake attraction that opened as a tribute to UNICEF's work for children around the world at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
THIS greedy bee could easily be a robot in disguise - pulling off a good impression of his Transformers namesake Bumblebee.