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From left, Peter Candler, managing director of Jesmond Dene House, and Michael Howard, trustee of Jesmond Dene Real Tennis Club, on the Jesmond nursery site which is up for sale
The report, said Candler, can be used by the communities to "allow them to have a stronger say in management of the river where it really affects them.
Mr Candler said the combined operation was now the largest independent paper wholesaler in the UK, holding some pounds 12million of stock at any one time.
Both Mr Griffiths and his business partner Courtney Candler had worked for Premier Paper in the past and so had a strong knowledge of the business.
Candler transcribed it in abbreviated form at some period after Standish's death in 1883.
Consider one such success story: Baltimore's historic Candler Building.
I anticipate the appeal will be heard on Friday, October 21, following a series of delays,' said solicitor Hugh Candler.
In October 1918, my grandfather Edmund Candler wrote to his brother Henry from London (1) as follows: "I lunched with Conrad yesterday.
To stimulate interest and enhance the reading skills of their own children, as well as their friends and classmates, Harris and fellow parent volunteer FeFe Handy created the Pass the Book, a voluntary book club for third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students at Murphy Candler Elementary School in Lithonia, Georgia.
Commercial fishing doesn't represent a widespread threat to the ocean," says Linda Candler, a vice president at the National Fisheries Institute, a fishing and seafood trade organization based in Arlington, Virginia.
uk and for details of the seminar ring Vicky Candler on 01785 276615.
By leading the campaign to build an airport on the site of Candler Field (named for yet another of the city's mayors, Asa G.
Robert Kysar is a distinguished pastor, teacher and author, most recently at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta.