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casper

med. gone; departed. (In the manner of Casper, the friendly ghost—a cartoon character.) I’m casper. See you later.
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Matthew Dunford, defending, said Casper was a senior aircraftman based at RAF Valley and was highly regarded by his superiors.
Casper Loma-da-wa makes his home on the Hopi Reservation in northeastern Arizona.
But after nearly five months of intensive chemotherapy, Emily came home and her parents decided to get Casper to help her recover.
The City of Casper won the Silver Award for its "Road to Reuse" project that redeveloped an old Amoco refinery into an attractive natural space for the--community.
Under Casper's leadership Dial will continue to build on the strong foundation established by Baum both in Dial's businesses and in internal company culture, as well as confront any challenges the company may face in the coming years, says Lehner.
Mr Casper, who moved to Reading from Manchester United for pounds 300,000, said, 'The tackle and the injuries I sustained changed the course of my life and there have been some difficult times for my family and I.
DJ Casper's Cha Cha Slide is the latest in a long line of incredibly annoying, but strangely popular, novelty dance instruction records.
Scott Casper, an obstetrician-gynecologist employed by County Obstetrics and Gynecology Group, P.C.
The colleges are: (1) Casper College; (2) Central Wyoming College; (3) Eastern Wyoming College; (4) Laramie County Community College; (5) Northwest College; (6) Sheridan College; and (7) Western Wyoming Community College.
If you liked the book Black Hawk Down, about the incident surrounding the Special Operations raid in Mogadishu, Somalia, in October 1993, then you will find Larry Casper's Falcon Brigade equally compelling In a unique two-year command tour of the aviation brigade in the US Army's 10th Mountain Division, Colonel Casper played an instrumental role in two historic operations.
Casper is the new president of Thermo Electron Life Science, replacing Colin Maddix who resigned in November to pursue other personal and career interests.
Before bowing in the world premiere of the musical based on Friedrich Durrenmatt's "The Visit" at the Goodman Theater in Chicago, vet Chita Rivera will star in "Casper the Musical" at Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera in June.
corporate agenda-setting told by Barry Casper in an absorbing book
Pedro Quinones, 19, known to his customers as Casper, is a rising star in the ranks of barbers to the hip-hop set.
The Blood-Marriage of Earth and Sky: Robert Penn Warren's Later Novels, by Leonard Casper. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1997.