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After a neighbor, Robbie Wilson, borrowed the old cutter in the 1950s, the Reives almost lost track of it, but thanks to a chance conversation a few years back, it's home again.
The Reives also had a rack that fitted on top of their cutter, so it could double as a wagon at haymaking time.
James Tudball and Nick Reive caught on to this trend early on and created The White Tree, a wedding and events company with a unique twist.
Just before the half-hour mark,Sean Jehu's effort was bobbling goal wards when Caernarfon defender Paul Roberts, in attempting to ret reive the situation, merely forced the ball into his own net.
Wilson has practiced law in Sanford since 1977 and is a partner in the law firm of Wilson & Reives.
Furthermore, Socolar and Reives (2002) surveyed 323 physicians about potential obstacles and facilitators to performing medical evaluations for child abuse and neglect in the primary care setting.
REIVES is a Ventures Scholar at the Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis.
According to Socolar and Reives (2002), facilitators to performing medical evaluations for child abuse and neglect include