[Patch.com] - The Rav-4 operated by William Williams, 48, of Merrimack, spun out as a result of the crash. Barney's Mercedes continued eastbound, police said, striking Perry's van, which was also headed west. Perry was transported by Merrimack Rescue to St. Joseph
[Knoxville News Sentinel] - Michelle Williams and William Williams to Kane Construction LLC, in Marlee Park subdivision, $50,000. U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to David Dinwiddie, in Cokers addition, $44,625. Capital Bank and GreenBank to Jennifer Breeding
[Patch.com] - Drivers were Matthew Barney of Nashua, William Williams of Merrimack and Caitlin Perry of Stratham. Perry was transported to a local hospital. 6:08 p.m.: Arrested Matthew Barney, 19, go 6 Colleen Roa, Nashua, on charges of reckless driving, driving
[Norfolk Eastern Daily Press] - The last time the family were together was in July when L-Cpl Bannister had a break. Now he is back from tour they are going to focus on time together. William Williams, 23, who was on his first tour, is the fourth generation of his family to serve in
[Lancaster Newspapers] - Police charged William Williams, 42, no fixed address, Oct. 20 with repeatedly calling a woman despite a protection from abuse order and police warnings. He was taken to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $5,000 bail on each of two complaints.
[The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines (blog)] - William Williams Walker, who is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Cedar Rapids, was a big proponent of railroads in the 1850s and 1860s but felt the main route through town should go west of the river rather than through the downtown district. (Oak Hill
[Orlando Sentinel] - Said senior William Williams: "The back is the core of your golf swing and everything that comes along with it. Your driving, your chipping, your putting all involves your back. Playing with a bad back is really tough." Silverman will cheer on his
One thing I am convinced more and more is true and that is this: the only way to be truly happy is to make others happy. When you realize that and take advantage of the fact, everything is made perfect. - Letter to his mother, written from the University of Pennsylvania (12 February 1904), published in The Selected Letters of William Carlos Williams (1957) edited by John C. Thirlwall, p. 5
[Brooklyn Rail] would be nothing special, would be the same thing over and over again, like a William William Williams, who does not know I am relative to the emigrant Carlo, a poor and friendless son of earth, who has, like Uncle Hermann of Redburn's Amerika, no
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