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streeter

n. an urban street person. These streeters have to be bright and clever just to survive.
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Streeter was the first black basketball player at Oregon to play more than a single season; at 6-feet-3, 192 pounds, he lettered three years for the Ducks, as a reserve center and forward as a sophomore and junior, and as a sometimes starter at forward his senior year.
Wall Street lawyer Jonathan Streeter said a legal case involving the purchase of data for trading purposes could be brought soon.
Abdel Ghaffar's statements came during his meeting Sunday with Director of the British Council in Egypt Jeff Streeter at the ministry's headquarters.
But even in the midst of depression, Streeter did what she always did when things got tough: She started writing.
The Board of Trustees of Finn Academy: An Elmira Charter School and Streeter Associates announced they have waived a confidentiality clause in a Letter of Intent (LoI) that outlines conditions for a lease deal for 610 Lake Street.
Partners Capital has appointed Suzanne Streeter as a senior investment principal to lead the firm's private equity asset class in North America, the company said.
Gilchrest) Streeter, 83, died Thursday, April 2, after a short period of failing health.
Gladstone Small and Andy Lloyd and footballers Dean Saunders and Gary Barnett were among the celebrities Streeter stole the show as he blazed But Lincoln Golf Centre's Paul Streeter stole the show as he blazed to a new course record of 63, nine under par, to collect the Murphy Salisbury Salver and the PS1,000 first prize.
The cup-tie started at a frenetic pace and in the fourth minute Brighouse created their first chance when Ernest Boafo broke down the left flank and crossed only for Newport keeper Gary Streeter to smother the ball before the Town midfielder James Hurtley could pull the trigger.
It achieved this through an apparently seamless leadership transition in which Stephanie Streeter joined the company as CEO in June last year, succeeding John Meier, who retired after a 41-year career.
Thomas Streeter, The Net Effect: Romanticism, Capitalism, and The Internet, New York and London: New York University Press, 2011, 232 pp.
It's a measuring wheel, a rolling tool that Streeter - a lease representative who worked for the company that owns the billboards - always had handy.
Streeter, Thomas, The Net Effect: Romanticism, Capitalism, and the Internet, New York University Press, New York, 2011, ISBN 9 7808 1474 1153, 219 pp.
Attorney Jonathan Streeter said that Raj Rajaratnam blatantly paid hundreds of thousands of dollars, used secret off-shore accounts and concocted elaborate cover-ups to obtain illegal, non-public information and make millions on stocks.