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Sixteen-year-old GiGi Gianni of South Barrington, the namesake of Hoffman Estates-based GiGi's Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Centers, will sing the National Anthem before the Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field at 7:05 p.m.
Staff members (from left)William Marshall, William Hughes, William Taylor, Willie Agnew, William Rankin ANDWILLIAM Fergie greeted their popular namesake.
* Sherwood Senior Apartments LLC acquired the 78-unit project at 201 Teague Lane in Sherwood for nearly $4.3 million from its namesake owner, Senior Residences of Sherwood Ltd.
An artist based in Seattle, Washington, USA, got blocked from her social media accounts for allegedly impersonating a pop star who, coincidentally, is her namesake
Auto Business News-June 4, 2018--Fiat Chrysler excludes two namesake brands from five-year plan
The namesake of Burt's Bees was many things to many people.
Administration standard-bearer Mar Roxas has welcomed the decision of his namesake to withdraw from the presidential race.
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.
Eighty-six years later, aviatrix and philanthropist Amelia Rose Earhart successfully completed an around-the-world flight to retrace her namesake's final route.
The title stems (no pun intended honest!) from the store's namesake, the Dorothy rose, so the clothing features prints of the flower and pastels for an altogether romantic collection.